Congratulations to the recipients of the 2022 Alumni Crowning Achievement Awards!

By University Advancement and Communications Posted: October 20, 2022 11:00 a.m.

Friends, colleagues, and fellow alumni celebrated the 2022 ACAA recipients, pictured, left to right: Melissa Coomber-Bendtsen Bed’02; Ann Bishop CA’89, BA’96; Valerie Creighton, C.M., S.O.M. BFA’74; Dr. Kathie Cameron BScHons’76; and Molly Thomas BAJ’10
Friends, colleagues, and fellow alumni celebrated the 2022 ACAA recipients, pictured, left to right: Melissa Coomber-Bendtsen Bed’02; Ann Bishop CA’89, BA’96; Valerie Creighton, C.M., S.O.M. BFA’74; Dr. Kathie Cameron BScHons’76; and Molly Thomas BAJ’10 Credit: Michael Bell

It was a celebratory scene at the 2022 ACAAs on Thursday, October 13 as the University community gathered to toast this year’s five outstanding recipients.

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The ACAA dinner crowd at the Queensbury Centre at the REAL District.
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Lisa Mitchell, Associate Vice President of University Advancement & Communication presented the Outstanding Service Award to Ann Bishop BA’96.
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Distinguished Humanitarian & Community Service Award recipient Melissa Coomber-Bendtsen Bed’92 and Lori Campbell, Associate Vice-President, Indigenous Engagement, share the moment.
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Amie Evans, District Agriculture Manager for Saskatchewan and Manitoba, TD Insurance, presented the Young Alumni Award to Molly Thomas BAJ’10.
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Dr. Jeff Keshen, president and vice-chancellor, chats with guests.
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Dr. Kathie Cameron BScHons’76 enjoys the evening with family.
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Valerie Creighton, C.M., S.O.M. BFA’74 is presented the Lifetime Achievement Awards by Tyler Taylor of Taylor Portfolio Management.
Credit: Michael Bell