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2013 Mayor and Council's Toast of Champions Nominees

*Indicates that the nominee was also a recipient of the 2013 program

Picture1 * Mattea Adairis a community volunteer, mascot and volunteer for Events Wood Buffalo, the Boreal Arts Institute and Interplay, among others.
Picture2 Erica Angel is the dedicated volunteer Captain of the 868 YMM Rotary Northstar Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron.
Picture3 * Trevor Boe is a community volunteer committed to youth through minor hockey, ringette, and a variety of community organizations.
Picture4 Sandra Campbell and Jackie Dings are avid gardeners, hardworking volunteers and advocates for the Helen Pacholko community garden.
Picture5 Sandra Campbell and Jackie Dings are avid gardeners, hardworking volunteers and advocates for the Helen Pacholko community garden.
Picture6 Erika Fordis a community developer passionate about advancing organizations such as Social Prosperity and Volunteer Wood Buffalo.
Picture7 * Keisha Gendron is a determined volunteer for Heritage Park who raised funds and awareness for the flood relief effort.
Picture8 Pam Gibot is a volunteer in the community of Fort Chipewyan, leading the force being a strong Parent Association at the school.
Picture9 * Lynn Hannah is a volunteer board member for the Fort McMurray SPCA who is a strong advocate for animal welfare.
Picture10 * Barb Jewers changed the lives of those living in Wood Buffalo through the work she did with the United Way, Habitat for Humanity and a variety of other community organizations.
Picture11 * Roxanne Marcel is an ambassador for the community of Fort Chipewyan who is committed to teaching cultural activities.
Picture12 The Mikisew Cree First Nation Chief & Council advocated for and supported building the Elders Long Term Care Facility in Fort Chipewyan.
Picture13 PAWs for People (Pets And Wellness Fort McMurray) are special volunteers who provide pet therapy for seniors, individuals in care, and those who benefit from the support of animal friendships.
 Picture14 Eithne Pierre is a high school teacher, learning coach and positive role model who leads the way for Father Mercredi Community High School’s Santas Anonymous program.
 Picture16 * Nathalie Reid is a high school teacher and guiding mentor for the Teens for Change program at Holy Trinity High School who support local, national and global initiatives.
 Picture17 Howard Rensler is the Executive Director of the Fort McMurray Boys and Girls Club where he enriches the lives of children and youth in our community.
Picture18 * Pamela Tremblay is a well known volunteer in the hamlet of Conklin where she supports students to embrace their Métis culture through jigging, fiddling and community celebrations.
Picture19 Dale H. Unruh is the Chairman of the Keyano Foundation Board of Directors and is a strong advocate for education, leadership and athletic development.
Picture20 Dr. K. P. Wong is long term resident and physician who has delivered countless babies in our region. He is an active volunteer and supporter for Fort McMurray Chinese-Canadian Cultural Society.
Picture17 Lana Sweeney is a busy and devoted volunteer who spends her time supporting organizations such as Canadian Mental Health, Fort McMurray Tourism, the Ghana Playground Project and the 2015 Western Canada Summer Games, among others.

Below, you can meet he nine people who received special recognition after nominations were received for the 2014 Citizen Recognition Program:

Pamela Tremblay

Barb Jewers

Trevor Boe

Roxanne Marcel

Natalie Reid

Mattea Adair

Lynn Hannah

Keisha Gendron

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