Board roles remain unchanged

The positions on the Summerland Chamber of Commerce board of directors are unchanged for this year.

The positions on the Summerland Chamber of Commerce board of directors are unchanged for this year. In March, at the chamber’s annual general meeting, the members of the board were sworn in after they were elected by acclamation.

Arlene Fenrich of Edgy Petals will remain chamber president, Jason Embree of Good Omens will continue as vice-president and Maged Said of Mission Bottle Washing will continue as treasurer. Directors on the board are Christine Coletta of Okanagan Crush Pad, Thor Clausen of Bartlett Tree Experts, Connie Denesiuk of Advocacy First and Dianne Owens of Beauty and the Brit.

Owens is new to the board this year, while Darin Fair, who served on last year’s board, did not return.

 

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