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Church in the Valley's Extreme Home Repair Ministry Receives Nomination From Community

The Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce nominated AOK's Extreme Home Repair to possibly receive an award at their 23rd Annual Business Excellence Awards in the category of "Community Impact - Non-profit".

Pastor M. Dauncey, Lorne Brownmiller, and Garth Dauncey

Lorne Brownmiller, Pastor M. Dauncey, and Garth Dauncey at the awards gala.

For 16 years the Acts of Kindness Extreme Home Repair Ministry based out of Church in the Valley has renovated worthy recipients' homes in the Township of Langley. Fortunate individuals who are unable to repair and maintain their homes get an act of kindness from our team and receive the renovation completely free of charge. Our mission Statement is: Repairing homes; restoring lives.

The Greater Langley Chamber of Commerce nominated AOK's Extreme Home Repair to possibly receive an award at their 23rd Annual Business Excellence Awards in the category of "Community Impact - Non-profit." The awards banquet was held on October 24 in a large banquet hall at Cascades Convention Center in downtown Langley. Pastor Dauncey along with Lorne Brownmiller and Garth Dauncey attended the beautiful gala and were able to connect with other businesses and non-profit organizations from their local community. Church in the Valley is honoured the Township of Langley recognizes the ongoing and faithful work which the Church and Extreme Home Repair conducts in their community. God willing, we will continue to make a kingdom difference in our local community!

Award plaque presented to Acts of Kindness Extreme Home Repair

The plaque presented to Acts of Kindness Extreme Home Repair Ministry.