District gives out long-service awards

Four employees recognized for 10 or more years of work

Distict of Clearwater chief administrative officer Leslie Groulx receives a 10-year service award from acting-mayor Barry Banford.

District of Clearwater chief administrative officer Leslie Groulx smiles as she receives a 10-year long service award from acting-mayor Barry Banford during a town council meeting on Jan. 19. Groulx started as the Wells Gray Country (Area A) service coordinator with Thompson-Nicola Regional District before the municipality was formed.


TammyLeft: Tammy Rutsatz receives her 10-year service award from acting-mayor Barry Banford. Now a receivables/payroll clerk, Rutsatz began work with the Clearwater Improvement District.







Below: Bryan Lipp, District of Clearwater maintenance worker, proudly holds the 10-year long service award he received from acting-mayor Barry Banford. He started working for Clearwater Improvement District. Not pictured is Theresa Affleck, who received her 13-year long service award.


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