Susan Hagel

Locals setting the bar in business excellence

The Lake Country Chamber of Commerce hosted the 2011 Business Excellence Awards at Gray Monk Estate Winery last Thursday evening.

The Lake Country Chamber of Commerce hosted the 2011 Business Excellence Awards at Gray Monk Estate Winery last Thursday evening.

A meal catered by the Grapevine Restaurant was followed by the awards presentations.

This year’s winners are:

 

Business Role Model

Marsel Ahmadzadegan for Mona Vision

Community Involvement

Joni Fey for Silver Lining Studio

Creativity in Business

Marsel Ahmadzadegan for Mona Vision

Service Excellence

Mike Holmes for Holmes Electric and Susan and Tom Hagel for Woodsdale General Store

Environmental Commitment

Lauren and Ched Gaglardi for Beelineweb.com

New Business Champion

Kris Killick for Seca Marine

Tourism Enhancement

Jennifer and Peter Madsen for Oyama Zipline

Outstanding Contribution to Agriculture

Julie and Jim Elliot for Jim Elliot Orchards

Young Entrepreneur

Sarah Fraser for Crave Fitness

Community Contributor

Petrina McNeill for Lake Country Art Gallery

Gerry Morton Award

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