Congratulations to North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo Association treasurer, Leslie Stirling, on being awarded the Canadian Fair Champion Award for Western Canada on behalf of the Canadian Association of Fairs and Exhibitions (CAFE).
Three winners are selected annually from across Canada to receive an expense paid trip to the CAFE Convention, where they will be honoured at a gala luncheon. This year’s convention is in Vancouver, BC.
The 2014 winners of the competition are:
“Wanda Aultman, nominated by Powassan Agricultural Society in Powassan, ON.
“Susan Page, nominated by the Lone Pine Agricultural Society in Didsbury, AB., and
“Leslie Stirling, nominated by the North Thompson Fall Fair, North Thompson, B.C.
These three outstanding women were selected from nominations from across Canada. Each of them exemplifies unselfish dedication to community, and has gone beyond and above the “call of duty” for their local fair or exhibition.
The Canadian Fair Champions Competition is sponsored annually by North American Midway Entertainment and administered by the Canadian Association of Fairs and Exhibitions (CAFE). CAFE is a national nonprofit organization which fosters excellence in leadership in the Canadian Fair Industry by providing programs, resources and leadership.
Congratulations are also in order to North Thompson Fall Fair & Rodeo Association past president, Donna Kibble, on being awarded the The Canadian Association of Fairs and Exhibitions Roll of Honour award.
This award recognizes distinguished service by an individual or organization to the Canadian fair and exhibition industry.
Recipients of the award have made significant contributions to the industry through leadership, vision, specific expertise and/or outstanding service, including impact beyond their local community.