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APEGGA members congratulated Summit Award® winners at
the annual gala, April 25 at the TELUS Convention Centre in
Calgary. More than 800 people attended the gala, which featured
official presentations, an art show, speeches and entertainment.
Clockwise from top left: Dr. Chan Wirasinghe, P.Eng., Dean
of Engineering at the University of Calgary, speaks after
accepting the Centennial Leadership Award; master of ceremonies
Sue Evison, P.Eng., a past APEGGA president, keeps the proceedings
moving; Ron Tenove, P.Eng., outgoing APEGGA president, presents
the APEGGA Early Accomplishment Award to Kim Farwell, P.Eng.,
who was also elected to Council; Annie Dugan demonstrates
why she's considered the world's most versatile hula-hoop
performer; Mr. Tenove and his wife Pat show off a painting
they were presented; and a performer in Flamenco Asi swirls
in the stage lights. The full list of Summit Award winners
can be viewed here,
with further detail on-line in Creating A Better Alberta,
the 2002-2003 APEGGA Annual Report.
-Photos By George Lee