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The Fernie Arts Station wins the Community Impact Award

Ruth Thomas of Finning Canada presenting Courtney Baker from the Arts Station with the Community Impact Award  - Nicole Liebermann
Ruth Thomas of Finning Canada presenting Courtney Baker from the Arts Station with the Community Impact Award
— image credit: Nicole Liebermann

The Fernie Arts Station wins the Community Impact Award at the 2012 Community and Business Excellence Awards presented by the Fernie Chamber of Commerce. The Fernie Community Impact Award is sponsored by Finning Canada and was presented by Ruth Thomas.

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