Recognizing good neighbours in Dundas

SDSG MP Guy Lauzon, left, and South Dundas Mayor Evonne Delegarde, right, congratulated Mallory Trizisky, winner of the South Dundas Good Neighbour Youth Award. (Photo/Supplied)

WILLIAMSBURG – Four Dundas County residents have been recognized for their contribution to various projects in their community.

The second annual Linking Hands Good Neighbour Award ceremony was held Saturday at the Williamsburg Odd Fellows Hall.

There were 14 nominees for the awards.

The adult winner for South Dundas was David Lapier and the youth award went to Mallory Trizisky.

David Lapier, left, winner of the South Dundas Good Neighbour Adult Award, was acknowledged for his many contributions by the municipality's mayor, Evonne Delegarde. (Photo/Supplied)
David Lapier, left, winner of the South Dundas Good Neighbour Adult Award, was acknowledged for his many contributions by the municipality’s mayor, Evonne Delegarde. (Photo/Supplied)

In the North Dundas category, Elva Patterson-Rutters was the adult and Eric Mikkonen was the youth award winner.

SDSG MP Guy Lauzon, left, and North Dundas Mayor Eric Duncan, right, were on hand to offer their support to North Dundas' Good Neighbour Award winners, Elva Patterson-Rutters (adult award) and Eric Mikkonen (youth award). (Photo/Provided)
SDSG MP Guy Lauzon, left, and North Dundas Mayor Eric Duncan, right, were on hand to offer their support to North Dundas’ Good Neighbour Award winners, Elva Patterson-Rutters (adult award) and Eric Mikkonen (youth award). (Photo/Provided)

South Dundas Mayor Evonne Delegarde, North Dundas Mayor Eric Duncan and SDSG MP Guy Lauzon were also there for the awards.

The afternoon event also featured the talents of several area youth, including Reegan and Ryan Derikx on piano, as well as two very talented singers, Maddi Lennox and Mackenzie White. In addition, members of the North Dundas Girl Guides and Brownies volunteered their time to serve refreshments.

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