Princeton businesses awarded for accessibility

Businesses that have made an extra effort to be accessible to everyone were awarded at the Rick Hansen Relay.

The Princeton Accessibility Awareness Committee and the Princeton and District Chamber of Commerce were very pleased to present Accessibility Achievement Awards at the Rick Hansen 25th Anniversary Relay ceremony.

These awards acknowledge the businesses and organizations that have made an extra effort to be accessible to everyone, regardless of ability.

Congratulations to the Bel Aire Restaurant, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Coopers Foods, Okanagan Regional Library – Princeton Branch, Princeton & District Community Services, Princeton & District Museum, Senior Citizens’ Branch 30, Shoppers Drug Mart and Valley First.

Your efforts have helped Princeton become a more inclusive community and we thank you.

Brenda Crawford, president

Princeton Chamber of Commerce

Ken Carlson, chairman

Princeton Accessibility Awareness Committee

 

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