Tony Fritsch | Mar 28, 2013
The Township of Addington Highlands is requesting public nominations for the Ontario Senior of the Year Award.
This award gives each municipality in Ontario the opportunity to honour one outstanding local Ontarian who after the age of 65 has enriched the social, cultural or civic life of his or her community. Recipients must be at least 65 years of age and must have made their community a better place to live. Seniors who qualify for this award may have contributed in many different fields, such as the arts, literature, community service, voluntarism, education, fitness and sport or humanitarian activities.
The certificates are presented to the recipients by your municipality at a local event during the month of June – Seniors' Month.
If you have any questions, please contact the township office at 613-336-2286.
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