Oct. 3 Letter – Nominations now open

Community Futures Boundary and the Boundary Country Regional Chamber of
Commerce are preparing for Small Business Week.

Community Futures Boundary and The Boundary Country Regional Chamber of Commerce are pleased to announce the 1st Joint Annual Business Excellence and Community awards. The Awards are Thursday, October 24th at the Grand Forks Curling Club on from 5 pm -7pm.

For the past thirteen years Community Futures Boundary has been pleased to host an annual Small Business awards night celebrating local entrepreneurs. This year the awards have a new look. Community Futures Boundary and the Boundary Country Regional Chamber of Commerce are jointly hosting a Small Business Week event that still celebrates small businesses and community organizations but also includes recognition of individuals who make a difference in our community.

Nominations for the various awards categories are now open to any business, organization or individual meeting the specific criteria of the awards located in the entire Boundary Region.

There are nine categories for Boundary Area residents to vote on. Nomination forms can be found at Community Futures offices in Grand Forks and Greenwood. You can use survey monkey on our websites www.boundarycf.com or www.boundarychamber.com or find us on Facebook and Twitter as well.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Susan Green, Community Futures Boundary

James Wilson, Boundary Country Regional Chamber of Commerce

 

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