Granisle citizen of the year

At a recent luncheon, the Granisle & Area Seniors Citizens Association awarded the 2016 citizen of the year award to Zarna Dilley.

At a recent luncheon

At a recent luncheon, the Granisle & Area Seniors Citizens Association awarded the 2016 citizen of the year award to Zarna Dilley. This award recognizes outstanding contribution to the community. Dilley is a current Village of Granisle councillor. She is vice president and treasurer of the Granisle Seniors Association, traffic controller for the Granisle Volunteer Fire Department, secretary for the Northern Health & Wellness Group in Granisle, as well as secretary treasurer for the Rod and Gun Club. She was also a school trustee for District 55 for more than 17 years. Prior to moving to Granisle 24 years ago, Dilley lived in the Rose Lake area, a community she was also always very involved in supporting.President Diane Stryd presenting the award.

 

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