Some of Quinte West’s most committed community members were honoured at last night’s council meeting.
Mayor Jim Harrison took some time to present the 2016 Volunteer Excellence Awards to about 30 people people.
Members of the community were recognized for volunteer work with various organizations, like the National Air Force Musem, Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation, local fantasy of light displays and more.
Here’s the complete list:
Recognized for work with the National Air Force Museum of Canada:
Murray Ratchford (18 years), Master Corporal Haley Thomson (5 years), Elizabeth Constantine (24 years)
Recognized for work with the Trenton Memorial Hospital Foundation:
Lorna Nicol (5 years), Carmen Smith (5 years), Darrell Smith (5 years), Chrissy Panelas (20 years), Scott Latour (20 years)
Recognized for work with the Doug Whitney Festival of Lights:
Sylvia King, Gerry King, Ross Livingstone, Arden Wannamaker, James Whitney, Billy Fry, Paul Coveney, Mike Morden, Scott Pennington, Brad Graham, Everett Langstaff
Recognized for work at the Mount Evergreen Cemetery:
Gail Crews, Art Crews, Beverly Hann, Carol Sullivan
Recognized for service to the Trenton Lions Club:
Andy Lapointe (22 years), Harm Zylstra (17 years)
Recognized for work with the Quinte West Amateur Baseball Association:
Recognized for work with Trenton High School athletics:
Recognized for work with the Frankford Fantasy Lights Committee:
Doug Phillips, Chris Rose, Vern Davenport
Recognized for work with the Frankford Santa Clause Parade Committee:
Kathy Rupert, Sheila Cole, Lesa Huard
Recognized for work with the Frankford Fundraising Committee:
Lynda Reid, Joanne White