Re Order of the Spirit Catcher Award:Lisa WeilandSupervisor of Administrative Support Services(705) 739-4220 x5077Lisa.Weiland@barrie.ca
Re Barrie Heritage Awards:
Tomasz WierzbaPlanner 705-739-4220 x4403
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the awards program is currently on hold. It is anticipated to re-launch sometime in 2021.
The Order of the Spirit Catcher award was established in 2000, and is the highest honour bestowed by the City to a volunteer (youth and adult) for outstanding service to our community. The City seeks nominations annually for the Order of the Spirit Catcher Award (19+ years of age) and the Youth Spirit Catcher Award (12–18 years of age). Individuals considered for a Spirit Catcher award must be residents of Barrie.
This award will be presented to a young person, aged 12 to 18, who has shown dedication and creativity in assisting one or more community organizations in Barrie, or has supported the needs of a particular sector in the community, for the benefit of the City as a whole. This can be through extensive volunteer hours, by spearheading a project, or by performing a singular heroic act.
Brian Moosang & Jason Helmond
The Heritage Barrie Committee annually seeks nominations 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 during a promoted annual call for nominations.
Accessibility Advisory Committee developed the Business Accessibility Award to acknowledge the many ways in which businesses contribute to the community by making their business or business practices accessible. Learn more.
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