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Leadership evolves at Enderby Chamber of Commerce

Ted Morrison has resigned as president of the Enderby Chamber of Commerce but he will remain as a director. - Photo submitted
Ted Morrison has resigned as president of the Enderby Chamber of Commerce but he will remain as a director.
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There’s been a change in leadership at the Enderby Chamber of Commerce.

Ted Morrison has stepped aside as president so he can focus on his duties at the Enderby Credit Union.

“He will remain on the board as a director,” said Darren Robinson, chamber general manager.

“Vice-president Cora Prevost will step as interim president until elections in November at the annual general meeting.”

Prevost is a realtor with Re/Max.

 

 

 

 

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