New board for Enderby chamber

The board includes seven incumbents and four newly appointed directors.

The Enderby and District Chamber of Commerce has announced this year’s board of directors.

The board includes seven incumbents and four newly appointed directors.

The returning members are:

President Lynne Holmes (Johnston Meier Insurance)

Vice-president Neil Fidler (Enderby Arts Council)

Treasurer Dustin Stadnyk (Rossworn Henderson)

Secretary Ryan Boe (Shuswap Insurance Brokers)

Director Judy Dangel (Enderby Jewellers)

Director Marilyn Hareuther (Enderby and District Financial)

Director Keith Beckett (Quilakwa Investments)

There new directors are

Sharon Taylor (Enderby Curling Club)

Bretton Melanson (Shuswap Insurance Brokers)

Claire Brownlee (Howard Johnson Inn)

Yvonne Meyer (Meyer Print Graphics)

“We excited to have some new energy on the board and looking forward to an exciting year ahead” said Holmes.

“The board would also like to thank outgoing directors Scott Hemenway (Enderby Evangelical Church and Graham Todd (Graham Eye-Tech Optical) for their services this past year”.

 

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