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Congratulations to 2012 Greater Victoria Business Awards Winners

Sector Learning Solutions congratulates all the winners and runners-up of the 2012 Greater Victoria Business Awards.

We are so proud to receive recognition from the community as runner-up for the Business of the Year (1 to 10 employees) Award.

Compliments to the winner in our category:
Luxe Home Interiors.

A few words from CEO, Gerry Brimacombe,
recorded on the evening of the awards ceremony:

“I am very proud of Sector and our wonderful staff and contractors. Tonight we were recognized as the BUSINESS OF THE YEAR 2012 RUNNER-UP. Congratulations to Luxe Home Interiors who edged us out for the win. And thank you to the Chamber for your continued support.”

-posted by Kelly Marshall,
Sales and Marketing Coordinator,
on behalf of the Sector Learning Solutions Team.

5th Annual “Unsung Hero” Banquet Honours Walter Adams

Gerry has emceed the Unsung Hero Banquet for the past four years. This year he is helping to organize the event but will not be attending as he will be representing Sector Learning Solutions at the Chamber Business Awards Gala – where we are nominated for Business of the Year (1 to 10 employees) Award.

Gerry urges you to please consider attending the 2012 Unsung Hero Banquet to  support Walter Adams and the Rainbow Kitchen.

Walter Adams, a tireless volunteer at the Rainbow Kitchen, has been chosen as this year’s “Unsung Hero” by the First Unitarian Church of Victoria and the Community Council. He will be honoured at a banquet on Friday, April 27.

This is the fifth year that the church and Council have honoured a local person for their low-key quality public service. The Rainbow Kitchen will receive a donation of up to $4,500 and Adams will be Guest of Honour at a celebration dinner in the church attended by 100 guests.

The project partners describe unsung heroes as ordinary people doing extraordinary things within “social profit” (otherwise known as non-profit) organizations. The annual award is intended to awaken the rest of the community to “some quietly remarkable people in our midst.”

Other nominees for this year’s award are Jennifer Powell, a home care nurse and co-founder of the Moms and Mentors Society, Don Cain a mentor for street people, Dominga Passmore, a Montessori teacher and president of the Victoria Filipino Canadian Association, active with the Inter-Cultural Association, Hazel Meredith, executive director for the BC Schizophrenia Society; Clive Beal and Pam Oliver for their work in art therapy and founders of the Pandora Arts Collective Society; Linda Geggie for her work in food security and founder of LifeCycles Project Society; and Geoff Hughes, executive director of the Vancouver Island Addiction Recovery Society.

“Picking a winner is a tough exercise,” said Ted Humphreys, one of the organizers, “because each of these nominees is, in fact, a local hero, with a track record to prove it.”

For details about the banquet, go to www.communitycouncil.ca and to reserve a tickets contact ghonlnst@gmail.com or 250-385-7595.

-Kelly Marshall,
Sales and Marketing Coordinator,
Sector Learning Solutions

Sector – Finalist for Business of the Year

Sector Learning Solutions has been chosen as a Finalist for the Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce’s Business of the Year (1 to 10 employees) Award for 2012!

Awards will be awarded at the Awards Gala on Friday April 27, 2012 at the Westin Bear Mountain Golf Resort & Spa.

Stay tuned to hear the results!

Sector would like to congratulate all of the other businesses who have been nominated:

-Kelly Marshall,
Sales and Marketing Coordinator,
Sector Learning Solutions