Caisse Populaire Alliance ltee Panache Award
The next edition of the Caisse Populaire Alliance Panache Awards is planned for 2019
HEARST CELEBRATES YOUTH
Young Professional 1: Samuel Lachance, estimator/project-manager, Villeneuve Construction
This award is for a youth from outside Hearst who chose to live and have a career in Hearst.
Young Professional 2: Amélie Lacombe, registered nurse, Nordaski Family Health Team
This award is for a youth from Hearst who has done his/her studies outside Hearst and has returned to live and work here.
Young Enterprise: Fanny Lachance, owner Pure Esthetics
This prize is awarded to a young company that stands out for all of its management and development and growth strategy.
Business Succession: Mariève Sigouin, owner Signé Sigouin Signs
This prize is awarded to a youth that has completed all the major elements in the buying or succession of a business.
Ambassador: Patrick Vaillancourt, Eric Buteau, Jonathan Blier, members executive committee Hearst Lumberjacks
This award is given to a youth that has contributed to the promotion of Hearst through his/her actions.
Volunteer of the Year: Mélissa Larose, Business Account Manager, Caisse Populaire Alliance Ltee
This award is for a youth who is known for his involvement at the community level, economic development or athletics.
School Perseverance: Shawn Trudel, technician, Longval Transport
This award recognizes a young person who is known for his/her efforts and perseverance in his/her academic progress, despite the obstacles and difficulties.
Surpassing oneself: Gaetan Baillargeon, general manager, AmikNuna
This award is to honor a youth who has made accomplishments that have made him an example of courage and determination.
Youth Initiative: Kerrigan Iserhoff-Couture, student HHS
This award recognizes an outstanding project aimed at youth for its positive contribution to the community. This project also needs to be organized by youth.
Université de Hearst Award: Martin Rancourt, owner Missinaibi Hardware
This award is presented to a youth who has studied at the Université de Hearst, Hearst campus and who works in a business or organization in the region. It aims to recognize the professional success of its graduates.
Collège Boréal Award: Danny Blanchette, employee, Lebel Chain Saw
This award is for a youth who has studied at the Collège Boréal, Hearst campus and who works in a business or organization in the region. It aims to recognize the professional success of its graduates.
Jury Selection: Jean-François Sylvestre
Business Longevity: Mike and Tom Wilson, owners Ted Wilson Men’s Wear