Senior earns honour from the province

News Nov 12, 2009 Ancaster News

Dr. Charles Johnston of Ancaster has been recognized for his outstanding contributions at a recent ceremony at Queen's Park.

Twenty seniors were honoured with a 2009 Ontario Senior Achievement Award.

The award recognizes Ontarians over the age of 65 who have made outstanding contributions to their community in a variety of categories, including arts and literature’ community service and volunteerism; education; environment and science; fitness, recreation and sport; humanitarian activities; keeping history alive.

The Ontario Senior Achievement Award is the province's highest recognition for seniors.

“The outstanding seniors being honoured today have made a tremendous contribution to Ontario,”said David C. Onley, lieutenant governor of Ontario. “As active role models, they have enriched the lives of so many Ontarians and prove you can make a difference at any age."

Johnston is an accomplished academic, teacher, friend and supporter of education and helping to keep history alive.

Since retirement from McMaster University in 1988, he continued to research and write, including, the biographies of all those who appear on McMaster's Honour Roll of the 20th-century war dead.

Senior earns honour from the province

News Nov 12, 2009 Ancaster News

Dr. Charles Johnston of Ancaster has been recognized for his outstanding contributions at a recent ceremony at Queen's Park.

Twenty seniors were honoured with a 2009 Ontario Senior Achievement Award.

The award recognizes Ontarians over the age of 65 who have made outstanding contributions to their community in a variety of categories, including arts and literature’ community service and volunteerism; education; environment and science; fitness, recreation and sport; humanitarian activities; keeping history alive.

The Ontario Senior Achievement Award is the province's highest recognition for seniors.

“The outstanding seniors being honoured today have made a tremendous contribution to Ontario,”said David C. Onley, lieutenant governor of Ontario. “As active role models, they have enriched the lives of so many Ontarians and prove you can make a difference at any age."

Johnston is an accomplished academic, teacher, friend and supporter of education and helping to keep history alive.

Since retirement from McMaster University in 1988, he continued to research and write, including, the biographies of all those who appear on McMaster's Honour Roll of the 20th-century war dead.

Senior earns honour from the province

News Nov 12, 2009 Ancaster News

Dr. Charles Johnston of Ancaster has been recognized for his outstanding contributions at a recent ceremony at Queen's Park.

Twenty seniors were honoured with a 2009 Ontario Senior Achievement Award.

The award recognizes Ontarians over the age of 65 who have made outstanding contributions to their community in a variety of categories, including arts and literature’ community service and volunteerism; education; environment and science; fitness, recreation and sport; humanitarian activities; keeping history alive.

The Ontario Senior Achievement Award is the province's highest recognition for seniors.

“The outstanding seniors being honoured today have made a tremendous contribution to Ontario,”said David C. Onley, lieutenant governor of Ontario. “As active role models, they have enriched the lives of so many Ontarians and prove you can make a difference at any age."

Johnston is an accomplished academic, teacher, friend and supporter of education and helping to keep history alive.

Since retirement from McMaster University in 1988, he continued to research and write, including, the biographies of all those who appear on McMaster's Honour Roll of the 20th-century war dead.