Community Builders' AwardsAcknowledging those who have made an outstanding contribution to Archway and the community.
2022 Community Builders Awards
About Community Builders
The annual Archway Community Builders Awards are designed to acknowledge those who have made an outstanding contribution to Archway Community Services and the community.
For more information, email: email@example.com
The deadline for nominations in 2022 is now closed. Stay tuned to see this year’s list of recipients after the ceremony on November 3rd.
In 2022, there will be a special awards category for Flood Heroes. These awards will recognize individuals, groups or organizations who took significant action to provide volunteer relief efforts to those affected by the catastrophic flooding in the Fraser Valley
The nomination form is designed to allow the nominator to provide information about the nominees’ exemplary contribution to the community and to Archway.
The Selection Committee comprised of Archway staff and Board Members choose the winners at their discretion based on the information contained in the nomination as well as information requested from our programs or the nominee themselves.
Past Recipients of Community Builders’ Awards
The Community Builders’ Awards was created in 2006 by our Board of Directors to honor and acknowledge individuals who have made a significant contribution to not only Archway Community Services but to the community at large. Since then the program has grown to include individuals, organizations and for profit companies.
- Michael Adkins
- Betty Johnston
- Kevin Murray
- Abbotsford Division of Family Practice
2020 – Event was not held due to COVID
- Dr. Elizabeth Watt
- Home Depot
- Liz Sweeney
- Margaret Rowley
- Abbotsford Rotary
- Karl Olfert
2013 – Arlene Kropp & Dr Ray Dyck
2012 – Dave Holmberg
2011 – Susan Underwood & Alan McGill
2010– Thelma Schrock & John Richards
2009 – Ian Hazenberg & Dave Robertson
2008 – Jack Andrews & Jasbir Saran
2007 – Walter Paetkau & Ruta Belec
2006 – Gordon Ray & John Oostenbrink