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Jan 24, 2019

Sharon Colle Presented with Award

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Sharon Colle, retired President & CEO of FBC, was presented with the Sharon Colle Partnership Award on January 14, 2019 by FBC’s Board of Directors.

Thanks to many donors and friends, $190,000 was raised for this award, which recognizes Sharon’s significant achievements in building partnerships across Canada and internationally during her 27-year tenure.

Thank you again to all of the incredible people who made this award possible. Sharon was honoured to receive it and especially moved by your generosity.

You can view the presentation of the award by clicking on the video below:

Many thanks to Board Director, George Sheen, who captured these special moments and created this video for all of us.

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