Langley women eligible for YWCA awards

Nominations are open for women from Langley and the rest of Metro Vancouver for the 31st annual Women of Distinction Awards.

Lower Mainland women are eligible for the awards that are presented by YWCA Metro Vancouver.

The YWCA Women of Distinction Awards honours women whose outstanding activities and achievements contribute to the well-being and future of their community.

In addition to recognizing women across Metro Vancouver, there is an award category honouring businesses and organizations that support the diverse needs of their employees.

Langley’s Sandee Krause was a 2012 nominee for entrepreneurship.

Individual nominees must live and work in Metro Vancouver and businesses and organizations must operate within the Metro Vancouver region including Hope, Pemberton, Sunshine Coast and the United States border.

Deadline for submissions is noon on Friday, March 7. The online nomination form and information can be obtained at ywcawomenofdistinction.org or by calling 604-895-5768.

The Awards Dinner will take place Tuesday, June 3 at the Westin Bayshore. Tickets go on sale April 1st at ywcawomenofdistinction.

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