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Order of the Spirit Catcher Award
The Order of the Spirit Catcher, established in 2000 (replacing the Civic Award of Merit), is the highest honour bestowed by the City to a volunteer (youth and adult) for outstanding service to our community. The City is seeking nominations for the 2016 Order of the Spirit Catcher Award (19+ years of age) and the 2016 Youth Spirit Catcher Award (12–18 years of age). Individuals considered for this award must be residents of Barrie who have:
- volunteered selflessly
- made a significant contribution to the lifestyle of the community
- benefited others and brought honour to the City of Barrie, through exceptional achievement
If you know of an individual who may qualify for either award, please submit a Youth Spirit Catcher Nomination Form and/or Order of the Spirit Catcher Nomination Form by Friday September 23 by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), fax (705-739-4243), or in person at the Legislative and Court Services Department, City Hall, 70 Collier Street.
The Order of the Spirit Catcher Committee annually reviews the nominations and selects the award recipients, who are recognized at a gala each November, held by the Barrie Community Foundation, and at City Council meeting shortly after.
||Order of the Spirit Catcher Award
||Youth Spirit Catcher Award
||Keli Perencz & Sheena Tracey
||Shane Denis & Tom Oldershaw
||Grant Bond & Erika Campbell
Barrie Heritage Awards
The Heritage Barrie Committee is seeking nominations for the 2016 Barrie Heritage Awards for property owners and individuals who've made strides in fostering local identity through heritage preservation and awareness in Barrie. All residents are invited to submit nominations for a property from any of the following categories:
- Residential Buildings
- Commercial Building with a business including office, restaurant or store
- Institutional Building such as a church, school, or public facility
- Individual or Group of people who stand out in terms of their heritage contribution to the community.
Nominations for buildings with at least two of the following attributes will be considered:
- Are at least one hundred years old
- The property and buildings are well maintained
- Are sensitive to the heritage features of the property, especially if the property has been restored, rehabilitated or adaptively re-used
- Enhances the streetscape
- Assists in revitalizing the community through heritage conservation
Nominations for an Individual with the following attributes will be considered:
- Demonstrate a commitment to heritage preservation
- Built awareness and understanding of local history and heritage
- Help revitalize the community through building local heritage awareness
Please complete the nomination form, attach a photograph and forward by e-mail to Heritagebarrie@barrie.ca. The deadline for nominations is September 21.
Heritage Barrie Committee members will select Award Winners at a regular Heritage Barrie Committee meeting. Awards are presented at Barrie City Council meeting in December.
Past Award Recipients
2012 Barrie Heritage Award Recipients
2014 Barrie Heritage Award Recipients
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