Seniors Minister Leo Glavine opened nominations Feb. 25 for the Intergenerational Awards, which celebrate seniors, young people and community groups for outstanding efforts that inspire interaction between younger and older generations.
"Great things happen when our young people and our seniors can share their experiences and learn from each other," said Glavine. "These awards celebrate those activities that enrich our communities and the lives and well-being of all involved."
Three awards will be presented: outstanding volunteer group; outstanding volunteer service for a younger generation individual; outstanding volunteer service for an older generation individual.
The deadline for submissions is April 7.
For more information about the awards or to download the nomination form, visit the website.