PHOTO GALLERY: 2011 Small Business Awards

Community Futures Boundary’s 2011 Community Awards were held at the Grand Forks Curling Club on Oct. 13.

Some of the winners from the 2011 Small Business Awards in Grand Forks.

Community Futures Boundary’s 2011 Community Awards were held at the Grand Forks Curling Club on Oct. 13. Taking home awards this year were:

2011 Community Entrepreneur Award – Jazzercise, Edie Raspberry Faulkner

2011 Innovative Community Organization Award – Habitat for Humanity Group, Rick Friesen

2011 Green Business Award – Western Aviation Services Ltd., Ron Wyers

Boundary Wage Incentive Program 2011 Employment Award of Excellence – Transorb Electrical Products, Bob Milner and Peter Cozza

2011 Essential Edge Award – Boundary Electric Ltd., David Evdokimoff and Justin Docksteader

2011 Youth in Business Award – The SunBean Café, Alyssa Milne

2011 Continuing Success Award – Boundary Taxi, William “Sonny” Schneider

2011 Business of the Year Award – Your Dollar Store with More #180, Chris-Anne and Lawrence Gilmore

2011 Business Innovation and Community Impact Award – Kettle River Canoes, Mike Elliot

2011 Volunteer of the Year Award – Dave Marshall

2011 Community Volunteer Recognition Award – Dennis Thome

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