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This year’s Accessibility Award winners recognized

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The City of Sarnia has presented its annual Accessibility Awards to individuals and companies that go above and beyond in providing services to people with disabilities.

This year’s winners are:


* RBC Lambton Mall Road – Prelude to Excellence (large business);

* Junior Baker – Prelude to Excellence (small business);

* The Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery Staff, for Artpod Program– Exceptional Leadership in Customer Service;

* Holly Wenning, Amy Mayea, Jenn-Brown Nead, for Expressive Arts Program – Creating Opportunity for an Accessible Community;

* Patodia Eye Institute – Exceptional Accessible Physical Environment;

* Detroit Metro Shuttle Inc. – Going Above and Beyond Award;

* Sarah Nishimura-Nissen – Champion for Inclusive Employment Award;

* Amber Harding – Emerging Leader in Accessibility and Inclusion;

* Lynne Betteridge, for Women in Touch – Age-Friendly Sarnia Award.


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