Lori Sims and Charlotte Riddell honoured by May Court Club

Lori Sims and Charlotte Riddell,May court Presidents award
Lori Sims and Charlotte Riddell honoured by May Court Club
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Lynn Pike

Lynn Pike

Lynn Pike is the Public Relations Officer for the May Court Club of Oakville, the Chair of the OTMH Sunset Cinema, as well as a Patient and Family Advisor for Halton Healthcare.

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At Spring General Meeting, the May Court Club of Oakville proudly presented two prestigious club awards to two valued members: Lori Sims and Charlotte Riddell.

Lori Sims was presented with May Courts President’s Award. The President’s Award is given based on merit to a member who exemplifies the values of May Court and it acknowledges exceptional service in many different areas over a number of years. This recipient is nominated by the current President and the current Board of Directors. Please join us as we congratulate LORI SIMS (left) for her amazing contribution and dedication! CONGRATULATIONS LORI!

Charlotte Riddell was presented The Ruth Kindersley Award. The Ruth Kindersley Award is presented to a member who has demonstrated a consistent dedication to The May Court Club of Oakville & has contributed in many ways. The recipient is nominated by fellow members. Please join us as we congratulate Charlotte Riddell (right). CONGRATULATIONS CHARLOTTE!

Lori Sims and Charlotte Riddell

Charlotte Riddell was presented The Ruth Kindersley Award.

The May Court Club of Oakville is a volunteer women’s organization that provides services and funds to our community. Their focus is on women, children, seniors and today, they are the gold standard for volunteerism in our community! May Court is Canada’s oldest service organization established in 1898 and we have been in the Oakville community since 1956. May Court has stood the test of time and has continued to grow over the years to over 240 members strong. Because May Court is 100% volunteer run, they have minimum administration fees and the funds they raise go directly to our community and stay in our community.

Much of the Club’s work has focused on society’s most vulnerable. Since 1956, the May Court Club of Oakville has donated countless hours and significant dollars in Oakville and neighbouring communities within the Region of Halton.

For more information about the May Court Club of Oakville please visit their page on Facebook or at www.maycourt.ca.

Lori Sims and Charlotte Riddell thank you both for your hard work and dedication.

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