City hands out long service awards


Photo: Mayor Bruce Lantz (left) hands Jim Rogers his award for 20 years of service – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.ca

Three city workers were handed long service awards on Monday night.

Director of Facilities and Protective Services, Jim Rogers was awarded for his 20 years of service.

Rogers started with the city as a part-time maintenance manager in 1989, and in March 2004, he took on the roll of Director of Protective Services.

Because of his knowledge of facilities, he was granted Director of Facilities and Protective Services. Meanwhile, Facilities Maintenance Manager Steve McLain was awarded for his 15 years of service.

McLain began in 1994 as a part time maintenance worker. He worked his way up to Facilities Maintenance Manager and has fulfilled that roll for the past five years.

Naomi Gallant was also honored for her five years with the city. Gallant started in 2004 as a part-time aquatic supervisor at the North Peace Leisure Pool.

She later transitioned into accounting, and currently holds the position of Utilities Clerk.


Photo: Steve McLain (right) accepts his 15 year award on Monday night – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.ca


Photo: Mayor Bruce Lantz awards Naomi Gallant her five year long-service award – Christine Rumleskie/Energeticcity.ca

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