(OLDS, Alberta – February 28, 2018)
The Community Lifestyles Committee of the Olds Institute in partnership with the Red Deer & District Community Foundation is pleased to announce the Women of Excellence Nominees.
Nominated in the Health Category – Jody Carrington: Mother, wife, and psychologist, Jody is a passionate volunteer. She dedicates her time to coaching hockey, her church – where she offers presentations about relationships and connections, and at community conferences and sessions.
Nominated in the Health Category – Maureen Gustafson: Maureen has been volunteering in different capacities in our community for over 20 years. Her leadership and dedication to schools, her church, and to health is exemplary.
Nominated in the Community Category – Lucinda Watkins: Lucinda is a dedicated wife, mother, avid promoter of health, and founder of the Olds Lending Shelf. Since 2008, Lucinda has worked tirelessly to provide clothing to families that require a little extra help.
Nominated in the Community Category – Lisa Nicholson: Lisa is the founder of the non-profit Hope4mvckids Society. She dedicates her time to raising money to provide support to families who have children with medical needs.
The Red Deer & District Community Foundation Women of Excellence Awards Program “is a celebration of innovation, leadership, achievement, and talent as demonstrated by women throughout Central Alberta who have used their vision and determination to make Central Alberta a better place to live.”
The recipients will be announced at the 11th Annual Red Deer & District Community Foundation’s Women of Excellence Award Gala on June 6, 2018.