Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce votes in board

Business group will be led by Kerry Cavers for second year

The Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce has voted in a new board for 2017.

The board will be led by president Kerry Cavers.

Others on the board include:

Steve Grundy, Royal Roads University; Alayne MacIsaac, Sheringham Distillery; Alison Forster, OOMPHATICO; Beth Cougler Blom, Beth Cougler Blom Facilitation; Dan Houle, Prestige Oceanfront Resort; Gillian Dixon, Point No Point Resort; Les Haddad, Sooke Delivery Guy; Linda Ferguson, Linda Ferguson SKIN; Lorna Danylchuk, Your Perfect Gift; Michael Russo, REMAX Camosun (Westside); and Shandra Collins, Focus Driving School.

 

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