Armstrong chamber selects board

he new board was sworn in during the chamber of commerce’s annual general meeting Wednesday.

The Armstrong-Spallumcheen Chamber of Commerce has announced its 2015/2016 board of directors.

The new board was sworn in during the chamber of commerce’s annual general meeting Wednesday.

“The chamber has been a part of the community for 84 years,” said Fran Stecyk, president.

“We are looking forward to working together with our members, municipal partners and the community to make Armstrong-Spallumcheen an even better place to do business whether it is a new business or an existing business.”

The executive includes Stecyk from VantageOne Credit Union, first vice-president Donna Steeves from Valley First Insurance and second vice-president Peter Rotzetter from Chocoliro Finest Chocolate.

Re-elected as a board director for the next two years is Sean Newton from Caravan Farm Theatre while the newly elected directors for a one-year term are Deborah Fox from Kohler and Cheryl Hood from DIY Chixs.

Returning directors for one-year terms are Bev Carlson from Royal LePage Downtown Realty, Jayme McKillop from Re/Max, Linette-Jean Keir from H204U, Lori Shippy from Rossworn Henderson and Phillip Hughes, a private member.


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