Relive the 46th annual Port McNeill and District Chamber of Commerce Excellence Gala

The 46th Port McNeill and District Chamber of Commerce Excellence Gala was held Jan. 11.

The 46th annual Port McNeill and District Chamber of Commerce Excellence Gala was held Friday, Jan. 11 at the Lion’s Hall. The doors opened at 5:30 p.m. and awards were presented after a delicious dinner courtesy of Archipelago Bistro.

* Watch the live stream of the awards here!

Awards handed out were as follows:

Business of the Year – Strategic Natural Resource Consultants

Small Business of the Year – Aussie Signs, Decals & Designs

New Business of the Year – Archipelago Bistro

Home-Based Business of the Year – KPH Photography

Tourism Award – MacKay Whale Watching

Customer Service Excellence Award – Melissa Legacy, Archipelago Bistro

Professional Merit – Jackie Hildering, “The Marine Detective”

Chamber Spirit Award – Karen Stewart and Spencer Andrews

Senior of the Year – Christina Hinton

Youth of the Year – Clayton Harder and Stephanie Lacasse

Community Spirit Award – Gaby Wickstrom

Non-Profit of the Year – Kim Leonard, Cats Meow

Check out our photo gallery below!


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