Chamber awards honours Boundary’s best

Great turnout for Small Business and Community Awards Show.

Winners from the 2013 Boundary Country Chamber of Commerce awards from Oct. 24 at the Grand Forks Curling Rink.



The Boundary Country Regional Chamber of Commerce in conjuction with Community Futures Boundary put on the Small Business and Community Awards show on Oct. 26 at the Grand Forks Curling Rink.

More than 100 people jammed into the curling rink to celebrate the best small businesses the region has to offer, and, of course, to mingle and network.

BUSINESS OF THE YEARMorrissey Creek Building SuppliesMikki HamagamiSponsored by CFB

FAMILY FRIENDLY BUSINESSBored Room BistroSponsored by BCRCC & GFCU

INDIVIDUAL – SERVICE EXCELLENCECyndi ZibinSponsored by GF GAZETTE & BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES

BUSINESS – SERVICE EXCELLENCEJogas Espresso CaféSponsored by BCRCC

COMMUNITY VOLUNTEERLes JohnsonSponsored by CFB

COMMUNITY IMPACTGrand Forks Hospital Auxiliary Thrift ShopSponsored by CFB

YOUTH ENTREPRENEURMaxwell NicholsonSponsored by PHOENIX FOUNDATION

GREEN BUSINESSKettle Valley Waste Ltd.Ron Liddle / Cynthia HowardSponsored by BOUNDARY SENTINEL

RETAIL EXCELLENCEThistle Pot GiftsSponsored by BCRCC

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