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Bernie Bauhaus Receives Paul Smith Award

The Yellowknife Community Foundation is very pleased to congratulate Bernie Bauhaus on receiving the 2014 Paul Smith Memorial Award for his volunteer work with the Foundation. The award was presented by the Certified General Accountants Association of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut at their annual membership and awards dinner held in Yellowknife on September 27.

In existence since 1993, the Yellowknife Community Foundation is the leading philanthropic organization in Yellowknife. A registered charity, the Foundation was formed in 1993 to provide residents (and former residents) with a means of supporting projects in our community for the enduring future. The Foundation is not singularly dedicated to any specific area of support. It embodies a simple concept – that people working together can make a difference. Donations are placed in a capital fund. The money, invested over time, will grow and will continue to have an impact long after the original gift is made. Donations to the Foundation are eligible deductions for income tax purposes.

For more information contact Yellowknife Community Foundation President Charles Dent at (867) 445-3368, or visit www.yellowknifecommunityfoundation.ca.

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