Chamber seeks award nominees

The WestShore Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for its inaugural WestShore Community Awards.

The WestShore Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for its inaugural WestShore Community Awards.

Award categories aren’t precisely set, but the chamber is seeking nominations of any business, non-profit group or individual under the themes of environmental leadership and sustainability; ethical business practices; and community involvement.

Nominees do not have to be associated with the chamber.

“We want to recognize those the community sees as leaders in the community,” said Deanna Deacon, the chamber events co-ordinator.

See www.westshoreawards.ca for details or to submit a nomination or call 250-478-1130 for any questions. The deadline is Aug. 26.

The chamber will announce finalists in early September and the winners will be announced at a gala event at Westin Bear Mountain on Sept. 30.

 

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