Some of the recipients shown above are: Front row: Gail McColl, Jean Irvin, our Lady of the Year for 2019 Cindy Postnikoff, Heather MacKenzie, Carol Fergus, Heather Smith; Second row: Audrey Hunt, Judy Caron, Liz Kranabetter, Faith Mathews, Donna Purves, Jean Minnifee; Third row: Marlene Driscoll, Elizabeth Forsyth, Judy Chorney.

Beta Sigma Phi Lady of the Year is Cindy Postnikoff

Congratulations to Cindy Postnikoff, Beta Sigma Phi Lady of the Year for Kimberley.

Since 1983 the Kimberley chapters of Beta Sigma Phi have chosen to recognize a Lady of the Year. The current recipient of the award is honoured at an annual dinner attended by members of Beta Sigma Phi as well as by past Ladies of the Year.

Postnikoff is well known in Kimberley as the driving force behind Military Ames and the Quilts of Valour program.

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