ADMASTON BROMLEY HANDS OUT 2018 CITIZEN AWARDS
7/5/2018 1:54:04 PM


Admaston-Bromley Township has honoured some of the Township's outstanding citizens. At the 2018 Canada Day Celebrations, Dianne Campbell was recognized as Senior of the Year. She has a big family of her own, but for many years has provided respite one weekend a month for parents of an individual with special needs. Dianne also teaches and is leader of the "Tai Chi for seniors" program in Eganville. She remains a very active member of the CWL at St Michael's Parish in Douglas, and pilots a reading program at St Michael's School. Recognized as Citizen of the Year in Admaston-Bromley is Anna McIntyre. Her talents include Renfrew County 4-H, and the Fair Boards of Cobden and Renfrew. Anna is active in her local church and helps at events held at the DACA centre.   In her spare time she helps at Admaston Public School, but works full-time as a 911 dispatcher for the Renfrew County EMS.
Honoured as the Township's Youth Citizen is Rachel Enright. Rachel has graduated from Grade 12 at Opeongo High School and in the fall will be attending Laurentian University in Sudbury.   Rachel was very active in numerous activities and programs while attending Opeongo High School, including production with The Tempest as well as spearheading Anti-Bulling awareness and mental health initiatives.   She took part in the Amplify Leadership Conference, was a member of OSAID (Ontario Students Against Impaired Driving) and didn't let up over the summer as she worked at Summer Vacation Bible Camp (Noah's Ark) every August for the last 5 years besides helping with parish and CWL activities.    

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