Have you submitted your nomination(s) for the Stittsville volunteer awards

May 6, the date to have your nominations submitted for the Stittsville Volunteer Awards, is fast approaching. Do you know a business, group or individual who has displayed a positive influence on Stittsville? If so, Councillor Glen Gower wants to know more.

This year, there are six categories for awards whereby you can bring to light the volunteerism of your candidate(s).

  • The Roger Griffiths Memorial Citizen of the Year: Awarded to an individual who best exemplifies community involvement and participation.
  • Senior of the Year: Awarded in recognition of a senior citizen who has made a significant and long-standing contribution to our community.
  • Business of the Year: Awarded to a local business that goes above and beyond in order to support the community and make it a better place in which to live.
  • Volunteer Group of the Year: Awarded to a group of citizens who are  actively working together in order to make a difference in the Stittsville community.
  • Youth of the Year: Awarded to a young person who exemplifies leadership, inspires their peers and has made a significant contribution to the community through volunteer service.
  • Teacher of the Year: Awarded in recognition of an outstanding teacher in our community. This award is for the teacher who goes above and beyond to support students and inspire the next generation of leadership in the community.

Three options are available to submit your nomination(s) form:

  • by email to glen.gower@ottawa.ca
  • Drop off at the Councillor’s ward office at CARDELREC-Goulbourn (1500 Shea Road)
  • Canada Post mail to Councillor Glen Gower, 110 Laurier Avenue, West, Ottawa, ON, K1P 1J1

Nominations must be received by end of day on May 6th. Download your form from either of these two formats:

The awards ceremony and celebration will take place in June.


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