Congratulations

I would like to congratulate Sharon McCoubrey on winning the Gerry Morton award at the Chamber of Commerce Business Awards.

I would like to congratulate Sharon McCoubrey on winning the Gerry Morton award at the Chamber of Commerce Business Awards.

I would also like to congratulate Phyllis MacPherson on her nomination for the award.

Phyllis has volunteered and worked tirelessly at our Food Bank for the last 26 years. She manages, makes food hampers, washes freezers and floors, gives advice and recipes and love.

When she’s not at the Food Bank she’s at home doing the paperwork, and looking through the flyers for the best buy on the needed food, then arranging the pick ups and organizing the volunteers to come stock the shelves.

Thank you Phyllis, hats off to you.

 

 

 

Brenda Pym

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