Terrace Search and Rescue (SAR) received the Community Impact Award and Newsmaker of the Year Award at this year’s gala. Pictured: SAR president Dwayne Sheppard and SAR member Scott McGinlay. (Facebook Photo)

Terrace Search and Rescue (SAR) received the Community Impact Award and Newsmaker of the Year Award at this year’s gala. Pictured: SAR president Dwayne Sheppard and SAR member Scott McGinlay. (Facebook Photo)

Terrace Business Excellence Award winners announced at 20th annual gala

Local businesses, organizations and entrepreneurs were celebrated

The Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce announced the 15 Business Excellence Awards winners at their 20th annual gala evening on Oct. 26.

The awards are a chance to recognize and celebrate outstanding individuals, businesses and organizations in our community and region.

“The community did a tremendous job of supporting this year’s voting process, we saw a record number of people take part,” said Loralie Thomson, President of the Terrace and District Chamber of Commerce in a press release. “The gala was a sell-out and proved to be a fun-filled evening.”

READ MORE: Terrace Chamber of Commerce reveals list of finalists for Business Excellence Awards

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2019 Award Winners

Best Kept Commercial Property:

  • Terrace Child Development Centre – Park Centre

Business of the Year:

  • Save-On-Foods

Community Impact:

  • Terrace Search & Rescue

Contributor to the Arts:

  • R.E.M. Lee Theatre Alive Society

Customer Service Award:

  • Misty River Books

Executive of the Year Award:

  • Christian Theberge – My Recreation Mountain Coop

Home Based Business Award:

  • Spirit Bear Express – Eric Roy

Most Valuable Employee Award:

  • Grace Makowski – Northern Savings Credit Union

Newsmaker of the Year Award:

  • Terrace Search & Rescue

Resource Industry of the Year Award:

  • Skeena Sawmills

Tourism & Hospitality Excellence Award:

  • Terrace Off-Road Cycling Association

Volunteer of the Year Award:

  • Dave Gordon

Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award:

  • Cameron Bell – Farmer Cam’s Foods

Chamber Choice Award:

  • CityWest


 


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