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Community awards night in Qualicum Beach

QUALICUM BEACH — There are still tickets available for the Qualicum Beach Chamber of Commerce Community Awards on Wednesday, February 16.

Everyone should come out and support the people that make Qualicum Beach the place it is by giving that little extra of themselves. And Roberta Martell, our guest speaker for the evening will motivate all of us to be better citizens of our community.

The special event will be held at the Civic Centre with the reception at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at 6:30.

To reserve for dinner and the awards presentations call the chamber office at 250-752-0960.

Cost is $35 per person or $300 for a table of ten. All ticket prices include tax and gratuity.

The nominees:

2010 New Business of the Year

Curves

Fish Tales Cafe

Thalassa Restaurant

2010 Award for Outstanding Customer Service

Ryan Matsu

Bonnie Paul

Brian Slater

2010 Business of the Year

Arbutus Emporium

Mulberry Bush Book Store

Sunny Day Spa

The 2010 Volunteer of the Year

Suzanne Adkins along with her husband Bill

Mike Green

Karen Vanderberg

The 2010 Citizen of the Year

Barry Blair

Paul Gibbons

Ron Hadley

This very special event on begins with a reception at 5:30 p.m. with dinner at 6:30. Also to be presented is the Coastal Community Credit Union Lifetime Achievement Award to Hilda Pearce.

— Submitted by the Qualicum Beach Chamber of Commerce

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