Do you know a Langley resident who goes above and beyond for the community?

Langley Chamber taking submissions for this year’s HD Stafford Good Citizen of the Year

Do you know a Langley resident who contributes the most towards bringing together business and citizens to make a difference in the community?

The Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce presents the 2017 H.D. Stafford Good Citizen of the Year award at its Dec. 12 meeting.

Since 19890, the Chamber has offered the Good Citizen of the Year award to a deserving resident of Langley to thank them and recognize their outstanding contribution to the community. The award is dedicated to the memory of the late Harold Stafford who epitomized what a good citizen should be, said the Chamber.

Last year’s winner was Gordon Zacher, whose many contributions as a volunteer for B.C. Summer Games for Athletes with a Disability, to Senior Games, to chairing the B.C. Disability Games. Past winners have been Tim Lounsbury, Eric Bysouth, Dale Ball, Jim McGregor, George Preston, Langley Community Music School’s Susan Magnusson and more.

Deadline for nominations is Friday, Nov. 24.

Submit your nomination by clicking here.

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