OSCOR Awards

The OSCOR Awards recognize and thank individuals, groups and organizations who have contributed to the betterment of life in Old South London. Each year, OSCO’s Board of Directors nominates and selects several recipients representing a mix of citizens, volunteers, businesses and organizations.

The OSCOR Awards program was created in 2003. In 2006, OSCO unveiled a wall plaque honouring recipients. The plaque is proudly displayed at Landon Library.

OSCOR Awards are awarded every year at OSCO’s Annual General Meeting, held on the 2nd Tuesday of November.

Past Recipients:

  • Hopkins Family
  • Move For Health in Old South
  • Gene Lamont - Longtime Wortley Village merchant, most recently Hexter's Antiques
  • Bob Porter - OSCO President and 15+ year Director, along with numerous other community involvements
  • Archie Young - Original Director of South London Community Association (became OSCO)
  • Bill Janzenberger
  • Community Breakfast Program
  • Dave Tuckey
  • Deb Dobson
  • Doug More
  • Ed Holder
  • Eleanor Huber
  • Fraser Petley
  • Fred Peters
  • George Novacich
  • George Sinclair
  • Jack Groom
  • Janet McEwen
  • John Balch
  • John Fraser
  • Landon Library
  • Lee Walker-Evans
  • Linda Logan
  • Linda Moss
  • Mary Kerr
  • Steve Lundy
  • Tecumseh Community School
  • Wortley Roadhouse Silent Auction

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OSCO meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the month
from 7-9 p.m. at London Library, 167 Wortley Rd.  All Welcome.