REPORTING · 18th March 2015
Premier Christy Clark and Keith Mitchell, the chair of the British Columbia Achievement Foundation named this year’s recipients of the B.C. Community Achievement Awards on Tuesday, March 17th and there is a Kitimat name on the list of recipients.
"These 2015 award recipients have all gone above and beyond to make their communities stronger," said Premier Christy Clark. "The whole province can be proud of their contributions."
"We recognize individuals today who have made a significant contribution either as volunteers or in the course of their work," said Mitchell. "We are privileged to showcase and celebrate the contributions of these exceptional British Columbians."
On the list of Recipients is Maryann Ouellet, who runs the Kitimat Humane Society.
“The recipients of the 2015 British Columbia Community Achievement Awards will be recognized in a formal presentation ceremony at Government House in Victoria on April 24, 2015. Each recipient will receive a certificate and a medallion designed by B.C. artist Robert Davidson.,” says a press release issued on the 17th.
Comment by Cem on 24th March 2015
Congratulations Maryann ! you really go the extra mile to make the world a better place for all those abandoned pets. Kudos to her husband and all the volunteers for sorting all those bottles and cans so more money can be used to help the animal shelter.
Making the community stronger
Comment by vanne hanisch on 23rd March 2015
Yes! I totally agree!