The Olds Regional Exhibition's former long-time Executive Director recently received national recognition. At the Canadian Association of Fairs & Exhibition's 2019 Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia it was announced that Tami Gardner has been recognized with a Roll of Honour plaque for her distinguished service to the fair industry.
Tami Gardner from Olds was honoured during the 2019 Canadian Association of Fairs & Exhibitions (CAFE) Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia.
she received a Roll of Honour plaque from CAFE which recognized her distinguished service to the fair industry.
Gardner explains how she was nominated.
Gardner spent 19 years as the Executive Director of the Olds Regional Exhibition before retiring earlier this year.
She is enjoying spending time with her grandchildren during retirement.
The Canadian Association of Fairs & Exhibitions is a non-profit organization established in 1924 and funded primarily by its members. The organization represents a broad spectrum of fairs from small community rural fairs to large urban exhibitions. The membership includes provincial associations that represent agricultural societies from across the nation, industry service providers and affiliate associations who have a direct interest and link with the Canadian fair industry.