Celebrating The Community’s Contributions With The Return Of The Community Recognition Awards


Nominations are now being accepted for the Town of Bracebridge’s Community Recognition Awards. Council’s Community Recognition Committee is excited to be launching the program again since it was paused in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This initiative recognizes residents for their valuable contributions to the community in two categories:

Community Service Awards

  • Good Citizenship;
  • Volunteer Service;
  • Volunteer Achievement;
  • Recognition of Merit;
  • Senior Achievement;
  • Accessibility;
  • Community Arts and Culture;

Community Sport Awards

  • Athlete of the Year;
  • Team of the Year;
  • Coach of the Year; and
  • Baseball Wall of Fame (player, coach/official, fan/supporter, builder/sponsor).

Nominations can be made by friends, family, colleagues etc. or by self-nomination and are due by Friday, May 3 either online or in-person to the Bracebridge Sportsplex. Nominations can also be made to multiple categories if applicable and for achievements that have taken place since 2020.

To learn more about the Community Recognition Awards, criteria for each award category and to review the nomination package and nomination forms, visit bracebridge.ca/communityrecognition.

“The Town of Bracebridge is committed to supporting community vibrancy and well-being. Bracebridge is such a special place because of the dedication and contributions of our community members, and I am pleased to see the return of the Community Recognition Awards so we can celebrate the people that are truly making a difference.”
– Rick Maloney, Mayor, Town of Bracebridge


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