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Fort Macleod Chamber of Commerce seeks Citizen of the Year award nominations

Fort Macleod residents have until the end of this week to submit nominations for six prestigious awards.
The Chamber of Commerce will accept nominations for Citizen of the Year and five other awards until 5 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14.
The Chamber will announce the winners at a banquet Thursday, Feb. 27 at the Holy Cross Hall.
Nomination forms are available at the Rural Alberta Business centre, YPM and The Macleod Gazette.
Nominations are to be submitted to the Chamber, P.O. Box 178, Fort Macleod, T0L 0Z0 or dropped off at the office at the Rural Alberta Business Centre.
Sharon Monical was the most recent recipient of the Citizen of the Year award.
The Small Business Award recognizes a business that has shown outstanding community spirit and support.
The Community Enhancement Award is presented to a business, organization or individual who has shown outstanding community spirit and support.
The Customer Spirit Award recognizes integrity and a positive attitude that encourages repeat business.
The Employee Service Award goes to a “shining star” who demonstrates excellent service, integrity and leadership.
Banquet tickets are available at the rural Alberta Business Centre, YPM and The Macleod Gazette.

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  • There are 358 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Alberta, including one in Claresholm.
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