Arthur Daye recieved his Senior of Distinction Award

Our own Arthur Daye recieved his Senior of Distinction Award. The Kiwanis Club of Grand Falls-Windsor is very proud to have him as a member. 

Congratulations Mr. Arthur Daye

The Newfoundland and Labrador Seniors of Distinction Awards recognize and celebrate the contributions, achievements and diversity of seniors throughout Newfoundland and Labrador.

The Seniors of Distinction Awards are an opportunity to recognize seniors of all walks of life - seniors who are experts in their field, seniors who share their culture and talents, seniors who volunteer as coaches, organizers and fundraisers, and seniors who care for people in need of understanding and companionship.

To be eligible for the award, a senior must be nominated by an individual or group, must be 50 years of age or older and be a current or past resident of Newfoundland and Labrador. Seniors will be considered for both voluntary and paid work, and nominations from last year will be reviewed again this year at the request of the nominee. Posthumous awards may also be given.

Arthur Daye and MHA Susan Sullivan - Senior Distinction Award

Arthur Daye – Grand Falls-Windsor

Arthur Daye was born in 1938 and raised in North Sydney, Nova Scotia. In 1957 he joined the RCMP and spent his entire 25-year career in Newfoundland and Labrador. Later, Mr. Daye worked with Abitibi-Price (1981-1990) as Chief of Security and Fire Chief and from 1991-1997 as Security Crew Chief at the Bull Arm Hibernia Construction Site. He has been a long-standing member and volunteer with the Kiwanis Club of Grand Falls-Windsor, and particularly active with the annual music festival. In addition, Mr. Daye has been a member of the Canadian Red Cross, Exploit’s Valley Branch, for many years during which time he has supported several humanitarian programs and services including Water Safety, Disaster Relief and Response and Fund Development. 


Mr. Daye was awarded the Kiwanis Foundation of Canada Mel Osbourne Fellowship for long and distinguished service in 1997. He has been active with the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Parish since 1975. He was named the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor Citizen of the Year in 2004.