2015 WOW Award Recipients

You can see photos of the five award winners, and learn more about them below. Congratulations to the winners, and to everyone who was nominated!

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Adam Irwin-Gunn 


Adam Irwin-Gunn (in orange) is recognized for his tireless volunteer work, support of the self-advocacy movement and raising awareness of what it is like to live with autism.

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Chris Weekes 

Powell River

Chris Weekes is recognized for helping the people CLBC serves build support networks and skills through music.

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Garth McCreedy


Garth McCreedy (left) is recognized for mentoring and supporting individuals to gain confidence and connections both in and outside the workplace.

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Shelley De Coste


Shelley DeCoste is recognized for launching the Diverseabilities campaign to shift attitudes about the ability of the individuals CLBC serves.

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Kelowna Sunrise Rotary


Sunrise Rotary is a recognized for being a strong supporter of people CLBC serves to develop skills and find employment.

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