It was a night of celebrating at the 2018 Annual Business Awards Gala in Morinville.
 
Thursday evening (Nov.8) was spent recognizing 13 local businesses for all their hard work and contributions in the community.
 
Over 200 were in attendance. Justin Hogg provided entertainment for the western-themed event.
 
"It was a really fun evening, well done by the Morinville Chamber of Commerce," said Tam Anderson, owner of Prairie Gardens and Adventure Farm.
 
Prairie Gardens and Adventure Farm was one of this year's winners, taking home the award for Agri-Tourism.
 
"It's so exciting to be recognized as an agri-tourism operation in Sturgeon County and it was a wonderful group of nominees, so we're really honoured to be in that situation where we've had such great support."
 
Find the full list of categories and winners below:
 
New Business of the Year:
JLS Decals & Signs 
 
Community Spirit:
Higher Grounds
 
Agri-Tourism:
Prairie Gardens & Adventure Farm
 
Artisans Recognition:
Gutta Muzik
 
Spirit of Business:
Astikasa Metal Works Ltd. Pisim Contracting
 
Farm Family:
Boissonneault Family Farm
 
Home Based Business of the Year:
RT Septic & Water Systems
 
Small Business:
Animal Wellness Veterinary Clinic
 
Medium Business:
Morinville RV Park & Campground
 
Large Business:
RV City
 
Youth Customer Service:
Athalie Quin (from Shell Gas and Restaurant)
 
Business Legacy:
Creative Design Framing
 
Business Integrity:
J.M Turner Goldsmiths

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