Hats Off to these winners at Delta Chamber of Commerce gala

In addition to Citizen of the Year, the Delta Chamber of Commerce handed out nine other awards at the annual Hats Off gala last Friday night at Tsawwassen Springs:

Volunteer of the Year: Linda Edwards (James Latheron and Dianne Taylor were the other finalists)

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Employee of the Year: Kevin Adlem of Eastlink Community TV (Marcello Oliverio and Helen Wiacek)

Special Event Excellence: Delta Dance Delta Cup (Day at the Farm and Rotary Club of Tsawwassen Bathtub Festival)

Rising Star Business: Nineteen-02 Kombucha (Good Hound Training & Daycare and X-Treme Clothing Boutique)

Environmental Leadership: Plascon Plastics (Micron Waste Technologies and Que Pasa Foods)

Small Business of the Year: Newmans Fine Foods (Clair’s Bed & Breakfast and element re:design)

Medium Business of the Year: HoneyDo Lifestyle Assistant (Pillars TranSporT and Royal Ocean Events)

Large Business of the Year: SEI Industries Ltd. (Ocean Trailer)

Business Leadership: David and Tara Anderson Budget Blinds of Delta (Eduard Epshtein of Delta Ice Hawks and Clair Oates of Clair’s Bed & Breakfast)

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