Honouring Exemplary Community Service in Kamloops

On Wednesday night at Sandman Centre, the City of Kamloops handed out two Freedom of the City Awards and seven Exemplary Service Awards.

All nine recipients received their awards from Mayor Ken Christian, with every honoree citing the importance of volunteering in their short speeches to a large crowd that included family, friends and city staff.

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Clockwise from top left: Andrew Yarmie (Exemplary Service), Kirstin McLaughlin (Exemplary Service), Cheryl Kabloona (Exemplary Service), Tyson Andrykew (Exemplary Service), Doug Collins (Freedom of the City), Lisa Lake (Exemplary Service), Penny Douglass (Exemplary Service), Patricia Wallace (Freedom of the City) and Lisa Fuller (Exemplary Service).

Click here and here to read the biographies of the award recipients.

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