FEO Awards recognize event volunteers
In place of its regular in-person awards ceremony, The Festival & Events Ontario (FEO) recognized events and industry members in 2019 and 2020 that were able to “Adapt – Pivot – Evolve” – strong industry pillars during the pandemic, at their Achievement Awards held during the virtual summit this February.
“Clearview Township applied to the FEO Achievement Awards on behalf of several community partners who should be recognized for their ability to adapt, pivot and evolve,” said Amanda Murray, Community Culture and Tourism Coordinator, “The Parks, Culture and Recreation Department is proud of the efforts that the volunteers, service clubs and sponsors made to continue to create a festive community, virtual or otherwise.”
Clearview would like to congratulate the following events for receiving an FEO Achievement Award: Clearview Canada Day Celebrations, Christmas in the Valley, including the Tree Stroll and Stationary Santa Claus parade in Creemore, and the Stayner Santa Tour, as well as the Small Halls Festival video, Taste of Clearview and the Clearview Virtual Holiday Greeting.
The Creemore BIA, Creemore Tree Society, Clearview Chamber of Commerce and the Stayner and District Kinsmen Club along with the participating restaurants during Taste of Clearview will receive certificates of achievement from Festivals and Events Ontario.
To watch the virtual award announcements, visit www.feoconference.com/awards.