Surrey Cares – Serving With Distinction Awards – (Video,Pictures)

Surrey – The 2018 Surrey Cares Serving with Distinction Awards were held Tuesday evening at the Sheraton Guilford to a packed ballroom.

FVN Fraser Valley News Editor/News Director Don Lehn was Emcee along with a host of entertainers including Saxophonist Paul Choisil who shared his incredible brand of jazz. Born in Haiti, Paul attended the Conservatory of Music. As his interest in popular music expanded, he became involved with local groups playing Caribbean, Latin and Brazilian music. Once Paul arrived in North America, he found himself willfully influenced by Jazz.

The V’ni Dansi’s Louis Riel Metis Dancers had everyone on the dance floor (eventually) Here is a video:

The final farewell and thank you from FVN’s Don Lehn:

Nominees and Winners 2018 (Winners in Bold ):

  • Navinder Chima, SFU – Leadership Award
  • Options Community Services
  • Tom Oleman, Cwenengitel Aboriginal Society – Vital Signs Award
  • Lookout Society
  • Kinsmen Lodge
  • R.E.C. For Kids Society  -Youth Award
  • Jean “Mac” Blackburn, Royal Canadian Theatre Company – Community Engagement Award
  • Jill Glennie, Semiahmoo House Society
  • Michael Chang
  • The Realistic Success Recovery Society – Client Success Award
  • Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland
  • Palmqvist, Options for Sexual Health (Opt)
  • Resham (Paul) Dosanjh, PICS
  • Ernie Jantzen, Clothes 2 U
  • Dan’s Legacy Foundation
  • Down Syndrome Research Foundation
  • Muslim Food Bank and Community Services Society

Surrey Cares – Karen Young

Surrey Cares – Silent Auction

Surrey Cares Emcee – FVN’s Don Lehn

 

4 Comments on "Surrey Cares – Serving With Distinction Awards – (Video,Pictures)"

  1. Inspiring event. Grateful to have won the award for Client Success first time nominated! Energetic MC. The Trilogy Houses celebrated another resident achieving one year clean and sober. 10 of 30 residents share that success.

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