Municipalities in MRC Pontiac recognize community volunteers
Article published on 17 September 2021
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MRC Pontiac, in collaboration with the 18 municipalities, held an event Monday night at the Bryson Lions Hall recognizing volunteers in local communities and thanking them for their efforts. Representatives from the municipalities joined Warden Jane Toller in highlighting the efforts of each individual or group before presenting them with a certificate.

Since last year’s event was postponed due to COVID-19, the awards for both 2020 and 2021 were presented.

Here is the list of volunteers by municipality:

Candidate for 2020 : Le comité du cénotaphe de Danford Lake
Candidate for 2021 : Merlin Peck

Candidate for 2020 : Shirley Green
Candidate for 2021 : Ken Bernard

Candidate for 2020 et 2021: Le Club de L’Âge d’Or de Bryson

Campbell’s Bay
Candidat pour 2020 : Cletus Ferrigan
Candidat pour 2021 : Raymond Shea

Candidate for 2020 : Elwyn Lang
Candidate for 2021 : James Howard

Candidate for 2020 et 2021: Pierre Bourassa

Candidate for 2020 et 2021: Groupe L’île-du-grand-calumet

Otter Lake
Candidate for 2020 et 2021: Lee Vadneau

Candidate for 2020 : Ivan Schryer
Candidate for 2021 : Bob Ferrigan

Candidate for 2020 : Todd ‘TJ’ Vibert
Candidate for 2021 : TransporAction Pontiac

Candidate for 2020 : Coopérative de Solidarité Aventure Héliante
Candidate for 2021 : Louis Harvey, Phare Ouest

Portage du Fort
Candidate for 2020 : Robert Tovee
Candidatee for 2021 : France Carpentier

Rapides des Joachims
Candidate for 2020 : Doris Larochelle
Candidate for 2021 : Comité Life Down Town

Candidates for 2020 : Palliative Care Volunteers
Candidate for 2021 : Denzil Yach

Candidate for 2020 : Joann McCann
Candidate for 2021 : Cindy Wheeler

Candidate for 2020 et 2021: Waltham Helping Hands

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