Finalists announced for Golden Brush Awards

Event taking place Saturday, Oct. 26

The finalists for the Chemainus & District Chamber of Commerce 2019 Golden Brusha wards have been announced.

They are, as follows:

Not For Profit of the Year, Business or Society – Cowichan Neighbourhood House, Chemainus Thrift Shop Health Care Auxiliary, Communities In Bloom.

Outstanding Customer Service – Julie Stevens, Kelly-Ann Argue, Amy Hughes.

Individual Award for Volunteer of the Year – Tom Andrews, Christine Kemppi, Betty Short.

Young Entrepreneur of the Year – Brittany Pickard (Remax), Sean Orza (Wiffle Games), Kelly Bellamy (Wildwood Collective).

Business of the Year 1-10 Employees – Bound To Be Different, Riot Brewing, Maple Lane Café.

Business of the Year 11-19 – Sandpiper Garden & Glass, Willow Street Café, Rexall.

Business of the year 20+ – Sawmill Taphouse Bar & Grill, 49th Parallel Chemainus, Best Western Plus Chemainus.

The event is being held Saturday, Oct. 26 at the Sawmill Taphouse & Grill Event Venue. Tickets are currently on sale.

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