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22 Wing/Canadian Forces Base North Bay receives Community Builder Award

A community builder is someone who understands, invites, works alongside, and inspires members/residents to get involved
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Shelley Lachapelle Interim Executive Director, United Way Centraide North East Ontario presented an award to Colonel Mark Lachapelle on behalf of 22 Wing Canadian Forces Base In North Bay. Also present is Chief Warrant Officer Paul Worthington. Photo credit:  Corporal Robert Ouellette, 22 Wing Imagery Technician.

Each year United Way North East Ontario recognizes and celebrates the extraordinary efforts of individuals, workplaces, and community groups across the district who work behind the scenes to make our community a great place to call home.

“We are thrilled to recognize 22 Wing/Canadian Forces Base North Bay with our Community Builder Award,” says Shelley Lachapelle, interim executive director with UWCNEO.

“This award represents leadership and commitment. For United Way, a community builder is someone who understands, invites, works alongside, and inspires members/residents to get involved. We are proud to present this award to the 22 Wing/Canadian Forces Base North Bay and are truly grateful for what they make possible in our community.”

This is not the first time 22 Wing/Canadian Forces Base North Bay has received the Community Builder Award, a testament of their long history of being community leaders. UWCNEO would like to recognize their participation in the Government of Canada Workplace Charitable Campaign and for assisting with the annual plane pull.

To learn more about UWCNEO and its work in the community, including funded programs, click here




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