Business and citizenship recipients announced

The Business and Citizenship Awards Gala will be held Oct. 24th at the Stettler Community Hall

President Dave Goodwin and the Executive of the Stettler Regional Board of Trade & Community Development are pleased to announce the 2019 recipients of the Stettler Business & Citizenship Awards.

The recipients include ‘Male Citizen of the Year’ – Justin Tanner; ‘Female Citizen of the Year’ – Tanya Derr; ‘Youth Citizen of the Year’ – Jace Thorsteinsson; ‘Business of the Year’ – Stettler Auction Mart 2016 Ltd.; ‘Small Business of the Year’ – Today’s Sweet Cakery; ‘Corporate Citizen of the Year’ – Walmart; ‘Stettler Customer Service Award’ – PatchouliMint Spa Ltd.; ‘Marketing Award’ – Stettler Dodge Ltd.; ‘Stettler’s Best Kept Secret’ – Buzzed and Baked; ‘Heritage Award’ – Alberta Prairie Railway Excursions; ‘Learning in the Workplace’ – County of Stettler Housing Authority and the ‘Eco Excellence Award’ – Stettler Veterinary Clinic

“The Stettler Awards Gala has been a celebration of our community for many years honoring the outstanding achievements of our local businesses and citizens,” noted a release. “The 2019 Business and Citizenship Awards Gala will be held Thursday, October 24 at the Stettler Community Hall. Cocktail hour begins at 5:30pm.

“This year we are excited to have Greg T., mentalist, as the entertainment for the evening. Join us in celebrating business and citizenship in Stettler. Tickets are on sale at the Stettler Board of Trade Office starting October 1st.

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