Apr 26, 2018

AwardsWhilst we have extraordinary individual volunteers in CPS- ECP, we also know that there are exceptional teams of people too. 

And so we are pleased to announce two new Awards - the Chief Commander’s SQUADRON OF THE YEAR AWARD and the Chief Commander’s DISTRICT OF THE YEAR AWARD. The Awards will be presented for the first time at the Ottawa AGM in October. Squadrons and Districts can be nominated by others, or nominate themselves. Don’t be shy! Let us know what you have achieved and how your achievements can inspire other Squadrons and Districts. What a great title to be able to put on your web site - Squadron of the Year 2018 or District of the Year 2018! Nominations will close June 30th 2018.

You will find all the details at www.cps-ecp.ca when you log-in and go to Members Moorings, Membership Awards or CLICK HERE

While you are thinking about these two new Awards, have you completed your Nominations that include VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR * OFFICER OF THE YEAR * INSTRUCTOR OF THE YEAR * ELECTRONIC INSTRUCTOR OF THE YEAR? Please take the time to get them done soon, and honour the person who brings an extraordinary voluntary commitment to the work of CPS-ECP. Yes, Members Moorings is the place to go for these Application Forms too. Nominations close May 31st, 2018

Get in touch soon - we want to hear from you with your Nominations for Squadron, District and Individual Awards.

Marilyn McBeath
National Secretary

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