Ontario Senior Achievement Award recipients announced for 2003

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Ontario Senior Achievement Award recipients announced for 2003

Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration

TORONTO, May 25 - The 20 Ontario seniors selected to receive Ontario Senior Achievement Awards for 2003 will be honoured at a Queen's Park ceremony on June 1 attended by both the Lieutenant Governor James K. Bartleman and the Minister Responsible for Seniors John Gerretsen. The Ontario Senior Achievement Awards are presented annually to recognize and honour outstanding seniors over 65 who have made significant contributions to their communities. Their outstanding voluntary or professional achievement can be related to any field of endeavour. The 2003 recipients, listed in alphabetical order, are: Eric Bergenstein, of Fonthill Jean Mackey, of New Liskeard Almeda Brown, of Port Carling Heather McCurdy, of Pembroke Liang Hui Daniel Dao, of Toronto Barbara McVean, of Scarborough Donald Fisher, of Wikwemikong D. Aubrey Moodie, of Richmond Cornelia Heyermans, of Ridgeway Audrey Oldfield, of Dundalk Marjorie Hodges, of Oshawa Bhavin Oza, of Kitchener Robert Koil, of Etobicoke Ken Thompson, of Sudbury Sheila Thibaudeau Lambrinos, Walter Tovell, of Orangeville of Markdale Irene G. Turner, of Bradford Harry Learn, of Welland West Gwillimbury Sylvia Luxton, of Bradford Doris E. Wilson, of Waterford Madeline Dorothy Stanton of Kingston was selected as a recipient in 2002 but was unable to attend the ceremony and will receive her award this year. Disponible en fran├žais http://www.gov.on.ca/citizenship/seniorsFor further information: Patti Munce, Minister's Office, (416) 585-6333; Rick Beaver, Ontario Honours and Awards, (416) 314-6608