With the last ornament packed away. lights wrapped, carpets rolled up and the stands and sand bags tucked away for another year, we finally get down to the challenging task of counting the ballots and announcing a winner for Best Overall Tree.
The Parade of Trees once again extended onto the plaza at Lynn Valley Centre, so there were multiple places that collected votes.
It took a bit of time to gather everything and tally up.
We know you’ve been eagerly awaiting the results so without further ado, here they are . . . *drumroll please*
Outreach workers at the North Shore Lookout Society use coffee cards to encourage people without homes to make social connections, access vital health and well being services.
Last year when LVCA shared that there were people experiencing homelessness in our community, you showed incredible generosity and community spirit by donating hundreds of bags of blankets, coats, warm socks, hats and gloves. The Shelter nearly ran out of storage space! It was awesome!
Each year, the District of North Vancouver recognizes and honours special projects and accomplishments in the field of heritage conservation with Community Heritage Awards.
Lynn Valley Community Association (LVCA) is proud to be awarded the 2020 Heritage Advocacy Award for the Lynn Valley LINK trail kiosks.
Through the hard work of LVCA volunteers and district parks staff – and the leadership of local residents Suzanne and Gabriel Mazoret, the LINK started in 2016 with the initial opening on September 16th, 2017 and was completed at the end of 2019.
Thank you again to all of you who attended the All Candidates Meeting on October 9th, 2018.
Due to the large number of candidates, time was very short and questions had to be kept to a minimum. As promised, we forwarded unasked questions to the candidates to respond to. Here are the responses that we have received to date. Continue reading →