Winners named for Stettler business, citizenship awards

Winners have been announced for the annual Stettler Business and Citizenship Awards which will be presented Oct. 21 by Stettler Regional Board of Trade and Community Development.

“Our guest speaker this year will be Greg Kolodziejzyk, an adventurer, world record holder and motivational speaker, whose amazing story of success was built on ambitious goals and determined action,” said board of trade president Gail Peterson.

This year, a couple involved with KidSport Stettler will receive top honours with Marg Grandfield declared as Female Citizen of the Year while husband Rob Grandfield was named Male Citizen of the Year.

Other awards winners will also be recognized during the event timed to celebrate Small-Business Week – Oct. 17 to 23.

Those winners include:

• Business of the Year – Lawlor Jewelry.

• Small Business of the Year – Cas Tech Computers.

• Learning in the Workplace Award – Kal Tire, presented by William E. Hay Composite High School in Stettler.

• Customer Service Award – Pfeiffer House of Music Audio Video Ltd. Honourable mention – Artemis Computers, KJ Casuals, Wells Furniture, Stettler A&W, Maggie Jo’es Restaurant and Catering.

• Marketing Award – Wares Jewelers Ltd.

• Business Service Award – Panda Flowers.

• Business Community Involvement Award – Family Chiropractic – Dr. Wayne Smith.

• Community Service Award – Stettler and District Handibus.

Tickets are currently available for the event at Stettler Community Hall.

After social time at 5:30 p.m., supper will be served at 6:30 p.m.

For tickets or more information, phone the board of trade office at 403-742-3181.

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