Our community volunteers
Hundreds of people-- of all ages-- donate thousands of hours to community organizations and causes during the year. Below is a sampling of just a few of the people that have made a difference to our community in the past year. The Acton Agricultural Society was named Acton Citizens of the Year for its 92-year contribution to this community. Society members Terry Foster, president Dale Hewitt and Frank Hanes will be among those to accept the award at a banquet on Friday, May 12. The Society with more 100 members has, for 92 years, provided the most successful and continuous event in Acton.
Brian James was named as Georgetown Hockey Heritage award winner for his four decades work as hockey volunteer. Shirley Broostad of Acton received the Seniors Achievement Award from the Province of Ontario. She was recognzied for "working tirelessly" on committees serving serniors, children and families.
Shell Lawr received his 60-year medal for service to the Georgetown Legion. His many non-legion ctiivities in the community were also recognized.
Glenda Benton of Limehouse has been named Georgetown Citizen of the Year for her work with the Georgetown Agricultural Society and Limehouse Presbytertian Church for more than 40 years, Halton Hills Quilters Guild and Women's Insitute-- just to name a few organizations that have benefited.
Bert Stewart of Hornby was honoured with the 4-H Ontario Arbor Award for his decades of service to the 4-H organization and for his creation of the Scotiabank Classic-- now the prestigious dairy calf show in the world.