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Fort Macleod Chamber of Commerce announces Citizen of the Year award nominees

The nominations are in for the Fort Macleod and District Chamber of Commerce 2016 awards.
Ten people were nominated for Citizen of the Year and a wealth of nominations were made for the eight other awards that will be presented.
The awards will be presented at the Chamber gala on Thursday, March 17 at Holy Cross Hall.
Guest speaker at the gala is Karon Argue of High River, a visually impaired artist and author.
Tickets for the gala are on sale at ATB Financial, Chinook Financial, Tru Hardware and Village Greenery.
The Chamber has struck a committee to choose the winners in each award category.
Citizen of the Year nominees are Linda Ripley, who won in 2015, Virginia Wishart, Josh Beusekom, Ronda Reach, Angie O’Connor, Val Kostelansky, Trent Moranz, Kristi Edwards, Alissa Wollersheim and Lee Holfeld.
Outstanding Business Award nominees are Tru Hardware, Westco Construction, Scougall Motors, Chinook Credit Union, Synergy Land Services, Don’s Barber Shop and Economy Lumber.
Small Business Award nominees are Larson’s Tire, Prairie View Homes, Village Greenery, Sun Life Financial (Jacky Ketel), Sinkel Floral Design, Cafe Orange and Perfect Touch Massage.
Community Enhancement Award nominees are the STARS volleyball fund-raiser, Kids First Family Centre, the Fort Macleod Playground Committee and Hansen Family Foods.
Customer Service Award nominees are Et Cetera, Optical Studio and Fort Pharmacy.
Employee Service Award nominees are Don Doherty, Melissa Duncan, Alissa Wollersheim, Murphy and Danny Urness, Kaley Murphy and Sharon Cleaver.
Agricultural Business Award nominees are Friesen Farms, Fairwinds Farms and Ralph and Fran Van Driesten.
Home Based Business Award nominees are Perfect Touch Massage, Going Green — Enviro Clean, Webo Waffles and Crazy Stitch.
New Business Award nominees are Sinkel Floral Design, V2 Fashion and Going Green — Enviro Clean.

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