Thanks from the Friends of Mt. Revelstoke

On behalf of the board of directors I would like to say thank you to all of those that attended our Annual General Meeting.

Editor,

On behalf of the board of directors I would like to say thank you to all of those that attended our Annual General Meeting.  It’s a strong membership that helps us continue be seen as a great organization in the community.  We would like to welcome our new board members and Myrna Robinson, Megan Tabor and Colette Poirier.  We still have two openings on our board.  Our new President is Travis Hunt, Vice President Chris Tait and Treasurer Collette Poirier.  There will be lots of volunteer opportunities for all of you to participate this summer.  An email will be sent out shortly on everything you can do with us.

Thanks,

A. Neills Kristensen, Executive Director

Friends of Mount Revelstoke and Glacier

 

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