Sylvan Lake Chamber awards deadline nears

The deadline for nominations for the Sylvan Lake Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards is fast approaching.

The deadline for nominations for the Sylvan Lake Chamber of Commerce’s annual awards is fast approaching.

Awards for Business of the Year, Employee of the Year, Citizen of the Year, Green Business of the Year and the Cheryl Darling Memorial Award for the outstanding business woman will be presented on Oct. 26 during the Mermaid Ball & Small Business Awards Night. Nominations must be submitted by Sept. 9 to the Tourism/Chamber of Commerce office or to participating merchants in Sylvan Lake.

The form can be downloaded from the chamber website at

Additional information about the Mermaid Ball & Small Business Awards Night can also be found on the chamber website, or by calling the chamber office at 403-887-3048.

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