Volunteers Celebrated at Spring Luncheon

It was wonderful to see many of our volunteers at the Volunteer Recognition and Years of Service Ceremony on April 11. Volunteers make such a difference in our communities and SOS is so lucky to have such wonderful people on our team! Volunteers were serenaded by a band made up of SOS staff members (SOS JAM), they had a lovely lunch catered by Galloping Gourmet, and many received Years of Service certificates and pins. Those who have been us for many years received bouquets of flowers, this included 40-year volunteer Irene Lambert, 35-year volunteer Rita Paul, and 20-year volunteers Phil St. Luke and Alan Moore. Thanks to local dignitaries who attended Gord Johns: Courtenay-Alberni Member of Parliament, Tamie Norh representing Michelle Stilwell, MLA Parksville-Qualicum and Qualicum Beach Mayor Brian Wiese. And of course our Queen, SOS Founding member Edith Chamberlayne, pictured below with MP Gord Johns. 

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