In honour of Queen Elizabeth's commitment to public service, Brison said he was pleased to recognize the contribution of a group of people "who've helped define the meaning of being a Canadian."
Geraldine Browning of Centreville is currently Anadrol Makes Me Feel Weird chair of the Valley African Nova Scotia Development Association. He noted she has spent the better part of her life advocating for others, whether in the role of teacher, nurse or community advocate.
A volunteer with the Sierra Club of Canada for 10 years, Janet Eaton of Wolfville is a passionate advocate for more sustainable communities and a more sustainable Canada.
A retired farmer and former provincial cabinet minister, Glenn Ells of Atlanta writes a regular column, On the Farm, in the Kings County Advertiser.
A long time Wolfville business operator and founding member of the Wolfville Business Development Corporation, Peter Herbin of Grand Pr served as co chair of the Nomination Grand Pr Advisory Board for the UNESCO World Heritage Site designation.
Henry Hicks of Centreville is the current chair of the 'Our Community Our Health' fundraising campaign for the Valley Regional Hospital Foundation and Valley Hospice Foundation, but also a long time community fundraiser for organizations including Landmark East School.
A Anavar Zmrc fervent advocate for slow food, farmers, school gardens and healthy lunch programs and culinary tourism, Chef Michael Howell is the leader of Slow Food Nova Scotia, chair of the Taste of Nova Scotia and president of the Restaurant Association of Nova Scotia.
Kenneth Isles of Mount Uniacke leads the Uniacke Heritage Society. He was "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" instrumental in the establishment of the Mt. Uniacke Fishing Derby, and has served with the Community Policing Program and the Hants West and Mt. Uniacke Community Health Board.
Having retired as a public school teacher in 2001, June Jain of Coldbrook has continued "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" as a volunteer art teacher with local public and private schools. She is also a volunteer at Valley Regional Hospital in Kentville.
Arriving from Holland at age 19, Keith Meerman has been a member of the Wolfville Lions Club and the fire department. Since 2001, he has been collecting recyclables to "buy cheap jintropin online" purchase sundries and medicines to take to Cuba every winter.
Former director of the Fundy Mental Health Centre in Wolfville and administrator and psychiatric social worker at the Valley Regional Hospital in Kentville, John Murphy of Canning also served as chairperson of the National Council of Welfare from 1998 2007 and as a Member of Parliament from 1993 1997.
Janet Newton of Port Williams is retiring after 12 years as a Kings County councillor. She was previously the first chair of the Annapolis Valley Regional School Board.
As a student in 2007, Travis Price of Coldbrook co founded Pink Shirt Day in support of a student at his school who was bullied. Price has organized anti bullying events for the last five years.
Currently manager of the Old Orchard Inn in Greenwich, Judy Saunders has been a leading tourism advocate in Nova Scotia. She has served on the Nova Scotia Innkeepers Guild, the Evangeline Trail Tourism Association, Destination Southwest Nova, and the Tourism Industry Associaton of Nova Scotia.
The senior town crier in North America with 31 years of service, Lloyd Smith is the official Town Crier for Windsor and honorary crier for Kings County, West Hants, Wolfville, New Minas, Kentville and Kingston.
Owner of Domaine de Grand Pr, Hanspeter Stutz is a passionate advocate for quality in the Nova Scotia wine industry. He is involved in the Winery Association of Nova Scotia and serves on the board of Taste of Nova Scotia.
A Kings County singer, who has performed at multiple fundraisers and produced three CDs to raise money for charities, Susan Ueffing has also served on the Valley Regional Hospital Foundation board and as a director of the Kentville Rotary Club.
One of the founding members of the Community Association of People for REAL Enterprise in Canning, Judy Van Amerongen helps support entrepreneurs with intellectual disabilities. The organization has become an international model, Brison pointed out, of supported enterprise for intellectually disabled people.
Marilyn Van Buskirk of Wolfville is celebrating her 40th anniversary as a leader with the Wolfville Cub Pack. As well, she is one of the founders of the Wolfville Food Bank and an active member of the Kings Kikima Grannies raising funds to help grandmothers who look after their grandchildren in Kenya.
Valley Regional Hospital "Oxandrolone Powder India" Foundation, Sierra Club Buy Cialis Norway of Canada, Wolfville Business Development UNESCO Valley Hospice Foundation Landmark East School Taste of Nova Scotia Restaurant Association of Nova Scotia Uniacke Heritage Society Wolfville Lions Club Fundy Mental Health Centre National Council of Welfare Annapolis Valley Regional School Board Old Orchard Inn Winery Association of Nova Scotia Kentville Anadrol Keifei Rotary Club Community Association of People REAL Enterprise Wolfville Food Bank