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Education benefits Lumby

The Village of Lumby’s chief administrative officer continues to improve his skill base.

Tom Kadla has received a certificate in local government executive management from the Ministry of Community Development’s board of examiners.

“He’s very driven about education and that benefits the village,” said Mayor Kevin Acton of Kadla.

To achieve the certificate, a CAO must indicate strong academic qualifications and work experience.

 

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