Outstanding Achievement Awards Ceremony 20th Annual Awards Night
Twenty years ago, the Town of Lennoxville created an event to highlight the outstanding achievements of its citizens. The Outstanding Achievement Awards were thus born.
Once a year, community members who have excelled in the fields of Arts & Culture, Citizenship & Volunteer Work, Education, Sports, Business Development, Urbanism, Heroism and Youth Leadership, are awarded framed certificates during a ceremony held in their honour.
The Donald-Patrick Award, also presented during this ceremony, is given to an individual or a group who has greatly contributed to the community of the Borough of Lennoxville. This annual prize was established in 1982 by Bishop’s College School in memory of Mr. Donald Patrick, a man forever admired by Lennoxville residents for his tremendous involvement in many social causes such as assis- Hockey coach and teacher
accepted the Sports Award on behalf of Galt’s 2009-2010 season senior boys hockey team which finished with a 37-3 record, the best in 40 years.
The 2009-2010 season was a near perfect season for Coach Robert Fisk and the Galt Pipers Senior Hockey Team. Always a contender in the ETIAC, the Pipers were a force to be reckoned with right across the province, winning tournaments at Bishop’s University, Centennial High School and Massey-Vanier High School. The team finished first in the ETIAC League, also winning the play-offs. The team then took home the prestigious Graham Neil Trophy as the Provincial Champions for the first time in 17 years, with wins over BCS, LCC and Heritage, to finish the Dressing in costume was just part of the fun at last weekend’s Winter Fun Day in Ayer’s Cliff. SQ mascot Community Officer Sgt. and Ayer’s Cliff mayor are standing in back.
Polixe, Alec van Zuiden