Three of our school sports volunteers, L to R, videographer Chris Taylor, on-air host Shawn Moynihan and community producer Peter Cobb were recognized at the annual KCSAC Catholic elementary school coaches banquet for their contributions to local elementary sports coverage. Shawn was presented with a vintage 'COGECO Sports' hoodie on the occasion of his retirement from teaching.
Our amazing TVC Chatham crew stepped up to help us televise more than seven hours of live and taped coverage of the 2013 Ontario Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting.
We celebrated the recent Volunteer Week with a video game party in the TVC Chatham studio.
Two TVCOGECO volunteers were recognized at this year's Ontario Volunteer Service Awards ceremony at the Chatham Capitol Theatre. James Browning received his two year Youth Award for his contributions to our production crew and special projects. Andrea Dickinson received her 10 Year Award for her assistance with our many community film screenings, student video competitions and Film 101 student video workshops over the years.
The first annual Chatham-Kent Film Festival featured the world premiere of Dark Betrayals, a feature film produced by volunteer community producers Corrinne Wood and Kristina Garant. Jesse Martens was one of the many crew volunteers on the production.
A new year brings new TVCOGECO programming. Volunteer Community Producer Peter Cobb hosted a double-header of college basketball games recently at the St. Clair College Thames Campus Healthplex featuring the Niagara Knights vs the St. Clair Saints.
Tanya talked us into having a holiday ugly sweater day at the TVC studio. Even co-op student, Jesse got in on the fashion extravaganza!
Here's a look at this year's Film 101 student video workshops attended by 130 potential new volunteers and co-op students.
TVC volunteers at some of our many fall shoots.