Accepting awards at an Oct. 19 PAH foundation ceremony are (left to right) Sonja Mills

Foundation thanks its friends

Community members and businesses honoured at awards ceremony

Peace Arch Hospital and Community Health Foundation paid tribute to several community leaders last week at a ceremony at Morgan Creek Golf Course.

The third annual Friends of the Foundation Awards, honouring individuals and businesses on the Semiahmoo Peninsula that have made extraordinary contributions to the community, were handed out Oct. 19.

Receiving awards last week were:

• Brian Goodchild and Raymond Rae, ESC Automation/Delta Controls, Donor Friend Award

• Peter Philips, Financial Advisor Friend Award

• Kim Karras, Legal Friend Award

• Dr. Grace Park, Medical Friend Award

• Len Fowler and Sandy Wightman, Volunteer Friend Award

• Semiahmoo Rotary Club and Rotary Club of White Rock, Friends for Outstanding Community Service in Support of Health

For more on the foundation award recipients, visit www.peacearchhospital.com

 

 

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