New Port McNeill COC board

Congratulations to the executive and board of directors for this year.

Congratulations to the executive and board of directors for this year.

President: David Mitchell, Community Futures Mount Waddington;

Vice-president: Annie Leblanc, Bo-banee’s Cafe;

Treasurer: Shelley Downey, Peoples Drug Mart;

Secretary: Angela Smith, Ocean Rose Coastal .

Past president: Sharon Barratt, Barratt Enterprises Ltd.

The Board of Directors: Jon Lok, Strategic Group; Les Beech, Timberland Sports Centre; Catherine Rosback, ShopRite Stores; Barry Foster, Code 3 Charters; Terrence Eissfeldt, West Coast Helicopters; Doug Brown, Sunlife Financial; Dr. Michelle Dowker, MSC. ND, Well Balance Clinic.

With appreciation, we honour outgoing president Sharon Barratt for her service to  the Chamber of Commerce as a President. We look forward to her continued involvement in the office of past president. A tremendous vote of appreciation and thanks to Miles Trevor, Access Forest Management, for his service as Secretary and Director and for his time and relentless enthusiasm for Christmas, Orcafest and the McNeill Bay Trail.

Our community is richer for his participation and care.

Thank you to Terrence Eissfeldt for serving as treasurer.

We appreciate your continued service to the community of Port McNeill as a director.

 

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