The return of the ‘Of the Year’ awards celebration

Chamber of Commerce and ski club team up to bring back event to honour Citizen of the Year, last held in 2012

Editor, The Times:

Members of Clearwater and District Chamber of Commerce are pleased to announce that we will be resuming our ‘Of the Year’ Citizen and Businesses recognition awards evening.

On Friday, March 17, 2017, we will be honoring the contributions of several businesses – in various categories, plus one amazing employee and one volunteer extraordinaire.

This event will be held in collaboration with Clearwater Ski Club and will feature an awards ceremony and a dinner at the Clearwater Ski Hill in the Lodge.

The details will be found in upcoming issues of the Times, on social media and sent to all paid up members of the Chamber of Commerce. The y will be available as well as being available in several Chamber membership businesses – located in each of the major sections of town.

We will look forward to receiving your submissions, due March 3, as we will need to determine the most deserving recipients from amongst what we hope will be an amazing amount of submissions sent in by you, the public.

Cheryl Thomas, director

Clearwater and District Chamber

 

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

QUIZ: How much do you know about British Columbia?

On this B.C. Day long weekend, put your knowledge of our province to the test

Pipeline camp liquor license gets second public hearing

“We really didn’t hear from enough people and we didn’t have the full spectrum of information.”

No new COVID-19 cases for the first time in weeks: Interior Health

Hospitalization also down to zero across the region

Chase RCMP seek information for decade-long missing person investigation

Shayne Murray Robinson’s truck was found abandoned by the Barriere RCMP detachment in 2010

Back in Time

Historical Perspective

VIDEO: Otter pups learn to swim at B.C. wildlife rescue facility

Watch Critter Care’s Nathan Wagstaffe help seven young otters go for their first dip

Alleged impaired driver sparks small wildfire near Lytton after crash: B.C. RCMP

Good Samaritans prevented the blaze from getting out of control

Travel restrictions inspiring co-operation in border communities

Small border towns are asking for exemption to travel ban

B.C. First Nation adopts ‘digital twinning’ software to better manage territory

Software allows users to visualize what a mountain might look like if the trees on its slopes were logged

All inquiry recommendations implemented after fatal Port Hardy RCMP shooting: Ministry

The Independent Investigations Office of B.C. cleared the RCMP officers involved of wrongdoing

Leave your deets when dining: Restaurants taking personal info to trace COVID-19

Health officials say indoor dining presents a higher risk

Raptors kneel for both American and Canadian anthems ahead of tipoff

Majority of players have substituted their names on the backs of their jerseys with racial and social justice messages

Wild’s Mathew Dumba makes anti-racism speech, kneels ahead of Blackhawks vs. Oilers

Matt Dumba, 26, took to center ice to speak on behalf of fellow members of the Hockey Diversity Alliance

Most Read