Community Impact by an Organization Award

celebrating 20 yearsThe Monday Night at the Movies committee is thrilled to announce that this morning, at the Town of Orangeville’s mayor’s breakfast for the arts, Monday Night at the Movies won the award for “Community Impact by an Organization”.

How wonderful to win on the eve of our 20th anniversary.

Thank you Nancy Frater, owner of BookLore, for the nomination and to all our patrons for their support. We are a happy group today!

Congratulations to all the recipients of the 2016 awards:

  • Established Artist of the Year: Pat Burns-Wendland
  • Emerging Artist of the Year: Ricky Schaede
  • Student Artist of the Year: Megan Walmsley
  • Arts Educator of the Year Award: Mary-Margaret Courtney
  • Community Arts Volunteer Advocate Award: Anne Jordan
  • Community Impact by an Organization Award: Monday Night at the Movies, accepted by Brenda Stephen, Pam Church, Andrea Stewart, and Sharon O’Donovan
  • Community Impact by a Business Award: Meridian Credit Union, accepted by Glen Travers and Penny Prior
  • Creative Cultural Event Award: Orangeville & District Music Festival, accepted by Lynne Smith and Shirley Jemmett

Read the full story -> Award winners announced at seventh annual Mayor’s Breakfast for the Arts

 

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