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City honours volunteers at annual Civic Awards

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Apr 11, 2014 - 3:22 PM |
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April 10 event highlights work of youth, groups and volunteers

The Greater Sudbury Civic Awards, which recognize individuals and groups who consistently give back to the community, were presented to three youth recipients, four groups and 26 individuals April 10.

The awards strive to promote and reward leadership, humanitarian service, and enrichment of the human spirit through volunteerism and community involvement, said a news release from the city.

"It is an honour to recognize these individuals and groups for the contributions they make to our great city," Mayor Marianne Matichuk said in the release. "The people and groups recognized here make a significant and lasting change in our city, and we thank them for it."

The following are recipients of 2014 Civic Awards:

Youth Recipients:
Quade Howald
Sierra Howald
Alexandra Sirois

Group Recipients:
Camp Quality Puppet Program
Kanata 1534 troupe
Sudbury & District Quilting & Stitchery Guild
Sudbury Parole Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC)

Individual Recipients:
Terry Arsenault
Rolland Bedard
Marlene Bilsborough
Bryan Chapelle
Elizabeth June Davis
Don Degagne
Dean Dion
Sharon Duhamel
Rolland Dutrisac
Christian Fortin
Mary Ann Guzzo
Stan Hayduk
Dick Johnstone
Joel Mackey
Franco Mariotti
Andrew Olivier
Cathy Orlando
Richard Picard
Eddy Picco
Mark & Sheila Ripley
Lawrence Rivers
Roger Szydziak
Wayne Tonelli
Joan Wall
Henry Wall

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