Nominations for the 2020 Above and Beyond award are open until Sept. 15. (Submitted photo)

Qualicum Beach seeking nominations for Above and Beyond Award

Deadline for submissions is Sept. 15

The Town of Qualicum Beach is inviting the public to nominate a deserving individual for the 2020 Above & Beyond Award.

This person must have been actively engaged for at least one year in volunteer activities that have benefited the community of Qualicum Beach. They will also have demonstrated good character, leadership, selflessness and integrity.

The award historically is presented at the Town’s Annual Volunteer Appreciation Reception but due to COVID-19, the 2020 event is postponed until 2021.

Visit our website the town’s website at to get further information on the award and the deadline to nominate that special person is at 4 p.m., Sept. 15.

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