Sicamous businesses recognized for excellence

Fifty-six businesses and associations nominated by community.

Jeff Mallmes and Kim Hyde pose for a photo during the Mardi Gras-themed Sicamous & District Chamber of Commerce Business Awards dinner held Oct. 4 at the rec centre. Winners in this year’s event are: Business Role Model of the Year – TA Structures; Community Involvement – Askew’s Foods; Creativity in Business – Artists House Heritage Bed & Breakfast; Service Excellence – Reds Rentals & Marina; Tourism Enhancement – Waterway Houseboat Vacations; Young Entrepreneur – Ryan Airey

 

Jeff Mallmes and Kim Hyde pose for a photo during the Mardi Gras-themed Sicamous & District Chamber of Commerce Business Awards dinner held Oct. 4 at the rec centre. Winners in this year’s event are: Business Role Model of the Year – TA Structures; Community Involvement – Askew’s Foods; Creativity in Business – Artists House Heritage Bed & Breakfast; Service Excellence – Reds Rentals & Marina; Tourism Enhancement – Waterway Houseboat Vacations; Young Entrepreneur – Ryan Airey, Fruit World; Community Service Contributor – Eagle Valley Snowmobile Club; The Doreen Wilson Volunteer Excellence Award – Pamela Beech; and Family Friendly Business – D Dutchman Dairy. There were 56 businesses and associations nominated, as well as 15 individuals.

 

 

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