THE votes have been counted and the nominations for the ScottishPower and Wrexham Mail Your Champions Awards have been declared.
And on Thursday, November 18 at an awards dinner, attended by Falklands hero Simon Weston, at Chester's plush Grosvenor Hotel, the Wrexham nominees will hear if they have been named as the overall Your Champions 2004 in their respective categories.
The Wrexham Young Person of the year nominee is 11-year-old Elizabeth Roberts.
Elizabeth, who, herself has recovered from leukaemia, teamed up with a fellow Gresford Methodist Church worshipper to raise funds for Leukaemia Research.
In a busy year of tireless fundraising Elizabeth and her new friend Pearl Evans, 62, raised more than £2,000 for the charity after baking cakes, cooking breakfasts and putting on musical concerts for friends and family.
The team nomination went to disabled transport scheme, Chariotts.
The scheme is operated by volunteer drivers who give up their time to help people with mobility problems.
Catherine Mattocks, who originally nominated them, said: 'My sister lives in Llay and has multiple sclerosis. Chariotts help her get about. The drivers are wonderful and even take passengers to special places from time to time just to give them a day out and a change of scenery.
'Chariotts improve the quality of life for those with severe mobility problems, they are very flexible and they carry out their work with good humour. Without them I don't know where we would be.'
The person of the year nomination went to Linda Griffiths who started up and still runs a charity called Reactivate.
The charity aims to give youngsters with disabilities the chance to perform in drama productions.
Linda said: 'I started with this cause because I wanted disabled children to be given the same opportunities as other children.
'We realised that disabled people, children in particular, had enormous difficulty in attending any sort of theatrical event.'
The Wrexham school nomination went to Park Infants School after pupils worked hard raising funds for Nightingale House Hospice.
And our sports nomination went to Ellen and Paul Hunter who returned from the Athens Paralympics with a haul of cycling medals - including a gold for Ellen and her partner Aileen McGlynn in the women's B1 tandem time trial.
Both Paul, 44, and Ellen, 36, acted as able-bodied co-pilot guides to visually impaired cyclists.
But Ellen's involvement in the Paralympics is remarkable considering she had to fight her way back to fitness after suffering a career-threatening injury just a year ago - she broke her back in a riding accident.
But after intensive training and medical care she was ready for Athens.