Receiving pics for their work are Angela Hall

Awards presented to members of BC and Yukon Cancer Society

Awards presented to members of BC and Yukon Cancer Society

The local chapter of the BC and Yukon Cancer Society met on November 1, 2013 to honour some of their members.  The Chapter recognized Audrey Gurr for 32 years of hard work raising funds and organizing events for the Cancer Society.

On behalf of the BC and Yukon division of the Cancer Society, Milicia Epp presented Margaret Brekke with a Certificate of Merit for long service. Brekke has served for 28 years as secretary, vice-president and president, her current position.  In turn, Brekke presented long-term service pins to members.

Five-year pins were awarded to Connie Nygaard, Angela Hall and Joan Cole, and ten-year pins were awarded to Lynn Nelson and Ullii Richards.

 

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