Amrik Singh Aulakh will be awarded for his exemplary service to Surrey Community
Surrey: BC Community Achievers award recipients have been announced. Amrik Singh Aulakh of Surrey has been named as one of the 34 recipients for this year’s B.C. Community Achievement Awards. Amrik became a volunteer member of the Surrey Crime Prevention Society in 1998. He was active on Citizens on Patrol, Counter Attack and Speed Watch. Since 2007, he has served as an Auxiliary Constable with Surrey RCMP. Amrik’s dedication to safety is exemplary and he is recognized as a role model in his community. Premier Christy Clark and Keith Mitchell, chair of the British Columbia Achievement Foundation made the announcement. “As British Columbians, we are inspired by those in our communities who make a difference by their efforts,” said Clark. “Thank you to the 2014 recipients for their contributions; you make our Province stronger with your commitment and generosity.”
“We recognize individuals today who have made a significant contribution either as volunteers or in the course of their work,” said Mitchell. We’re honoured to celebrate the contributions of these exceptional British Columbians.” The recipients of the 2014 British Columbia Community Achievement Awards will be recognized in a formal presentation at Government House in Victoria on April 29, 2014. Each will receive a certificate and a medallion designed by B.C. artist Robert Davidson.