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By Christine Rumleskie


The deadline is fast approaching to nominate a fellow Fort St. John resident for a prestigious award.

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Sci-Tech North’s Executive Director, Lori Ackerman, discussed the Community Awards on Moose FM’s Issues and Answers on Wednesday morning.

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There are a total of 15 awards up for grabs ranging from ‘Corporate Citizen of the Year’ to ‘Athlete of the Year’.

Ackerman says Sci-Tech North is sponsoring the ‘Environmental Benefactor of the Year’ award.

Nomination forms are available below, and can be dropped off at City Hall by 4:00 p.m. on April 1st.

The Community Awards Gala is set for Thursday, April 15 at the Pomeroy Hotel.

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