New executive for Chamber of Commerce

Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce names new 2013 executive and directors

The nomination process is closed and the Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce thanks  those who sent in letters of intent to stand on the board.

By acclamation:

Vice Chair – Michael Nyikes

Secretary – Laura Reaney

Director –  Steve Knowles, Randy Welters

 

The 2013 Executive

Past Chair – Angela Burnell

Chair – Frederique Philip

Vice Chair – Michael Nyikes

Treasurer – Shelley Godin

Secretary – Laura Reaney

 

Directors:

Karen Mason

Rebecca Armitage

Marion Desrochers

Naomi Ponech

Lorna Danlychuk

Randy Welters

Jason van der Valk

Chris Ricketts

Melinda Brake

Steve Knowles

For more information on the chamber, contact:

Kari Osselton, Executive Director

Offices located at: Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce

301, 2015 Shields Road, Sooke

Mailing address: Box 18, Sooke, B.C.

V9Z 0E4

email: info@sookeregionchamber.com

Website: www.sookeregionchamber.com

Telephone number: 250-642-6112

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