Two outstanding members of Drayton Leisure have been just lately honoured with Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee pins.
Cambridge MP Bryan Could introduced the pins to Alex Mustakas, Drayton founder and present creative director, and Steven Karcher, government director, on Dec. 20 to acknowledge their contributions to arts and tradition in Canada, in addition to the cultural, social, instructional, and financial impression of dwell theatre in every of the communities wherein Drayton Leisure operates.
“The Platinum Jubilee pins are gratefully accepted on behalf of everybody who works at our group to provide dwell theatre, together with employees, technicians, artists, musicians, artistic groups, and our legion of volunteers,” mentioned Mustakas in a launch.
“It takes a complete group engaged on the entrance line and behind the scenes to do what we do. With an formidable 2023 season simply forward, we’re all dedicated to producing the very best theatre experiences for our loyal viewers.”
The pins are used to mark the seventieth anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II on the throne. She was Canada’s longest reigning Sovereign and the primary to rejoice a platinum jubilee.
MPs have been supplied with restricted provides of commemorative pins, bearing the platinum jubilee emblem.