(Vancouver, BC) –BC Métis Federation Vice President Daryl Piper attended the BC Aboriginal Achievement Awards last night with Mrs. Jocelyn Eisert for her award at the BC Aboriginal Achievement Awards in Vancouver. This is a great recognition of her hard work and dedication and she was one of a select few Aboriginal owned businesses recognized at the prestigious event.
Jocelyn is Métis and a board member of the Fort St. John Métis Society. She continues to donate time to support her community whenever possible. BC Métis Federation will have representatives in attendance to support her in this achievement.
BC Mètis Federation Vice President Daryl Piper said; “I was so pleased to attend with Jocelyn, her husband and friend Paulette Flammond from Fort St. John. Jocelyn received her Aboriginal business award in front approximately 500 delegates in attendance and she was proud of her Mètis heritage and especially proud of her membership with the BC Mètis Federation.”
BC Mètis Federation President Keith Henry concluded; “Thank you to Vice President Piper for attending on my behalf and congratulations Jocelyn. I appreciate the kind words of acknowledgement for our work together to ensure a success Mètis cultural event in Kelly Lake this past summer. I look forward to our future work together in 2013 to ensure Mètis cultural events throughout BC. You deserved that award for your professionalism and delivery of real results.”
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BC Métis Federation
Vancouver, BC V5R 5W2
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