Dave Bennett and Catherine Keogan from the Sooke Fine Arts Society accept the Not-for-Profit Excellence award from Frederique Philip

Sooke businesses shine at annual awards dinner

Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce hands out excellence awards

The winners and finalist results from the April 11 Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards (winners are in bold). All the nominees  deserved an award but only one could be chosen. Congratulations to everyone.

 

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES EXCELLENCE AWARD

West Coast Medical (winner)

Hallgren & Faulkner

S.D. Robb & Associates

 

RETAIL AND SERVICES EXCELLENCE AWARD

Barking Dog Studio  (winner)

Little Vienna Bakery & Cafe

The Stick in the Mud Cafe

 

MANUFACTURING AND INDUSTRY EXCELLENCE AWARD

Sea-Flora Wild Organic Skincare  (winner)

E-Fish-Ent Fish Co. Ltd.

Jake Grant Jewellery Design

 

DINING AND HOSPITALITY EXCELLENCE AWARD

Stickleback West Coast Eatery  (winner)

Little Vienna Bakery & Cafe

Shirley Delicious Cafe

 

SUSTAINABILITY LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE AWARD

Sooke Harbour House  (winner)

Sooke Salmon Enhancement Society

The Stick in the Mud Cafe

 

HOME-BASED EXCELLENCE AWARD

Star Mobile Aesthetics  (winner)

Country Canine Salon

Puddle Jumpers Daycare

 

NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANIZATION EXCELLENCE AWARD

Sooke Fine Arts Society (winner)

Sooke Food CHI

Sooke Philharmonic Society

 

NEW BUSINESS OF THE YEAR EXCELLENCE AWARD

Tastes of India in Sooke  (winner)

Barking Dog Studio

Sooke Laundry

 

BUSINESS OF THE YEAR EXCELLENCE AWARD

The Stick in the Mud Cafe (winner)

Little Vienna Bakery & Cafe

Sooke Centre Auto Repair

 

PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD

The Stick in the Mud Cafe (winner)

 

PRESIDENT’S AWARD OF RECOGNITION

Michael Nyikes, Past President of Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce (winner)

 

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