Cruisers Sports annually recognizes its athletes and volunteers at the Cruisers Sports Awards Gala.  Athletes are recognized for Spirit of the Game, Most Improved and Most Valuable Player. Cruisers Sports also uses the Gala platform to recognize members, volunteers and/or community partners who have made substantial contributions to the growth and development of the club. These awards are aptly named the Linda Beacham Builder Award and the Cruisers Community Award.  

Alexander J. Szerenyi Award

The Alexander J. Szerenyi Award is open to members of Cruisers Sports who meet ALL of the following criteria: Individuals, who are or will be attending a Post-Secondary Educational Institution in Canada and who have a physical disability.

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Past Recipients

2016  -  Sam Hutchings
2015  -  Aidyn Low

Cruisers Community Award

  The Cruisers Community Award was established in 2008 as a way of recognizing individuals, volunteers, corporations or private donors who have contributed to the success of our club and the permeation of our brand into the communities that we serve. Cruisers Sports relies exclusively on volunteers and fundraising to provide its many programs and services, and these individuals have contributed immensely to that mandate.  

Past Recipients

  2016  -  Cherie Over
  2015  -  Scott Legassie
  2014  -  Alex Szerenyi
  2013  -  Kathy and Harrold Ludwig 
  2012  -  Cindy Pettibone
  2011  -  Linda Beacham  
  2010  -  Ken Hall
  2009  -  Barb and Anthony Protamanni
  2008  -  Tony and Anna Gale

Linda Beacham Builder Award

  The Cruisers Builder Award was established in 2012 as a way of recognizing individuals who have been instrumental in the growth, evolution and overall development of the club. The award was renamed in May 2016 in honour of past president Linda Beacham, who embodied of all these qualities and remains one the most influential contributors to the club’s current success.

Past Recipients

 2016  -  Hanson Family  
 2015  -  John and Lynn Clark
 2014  -  Tony Gale
 2013  -  Karen and Ken Thom
 2012  -  Bonnie Charbonneau and Marlene Little