Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce board adds three newcomers

The Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce re-elected one member to its board of directors Wednesday, adding three newcomers.

The Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce re-elected one member to its board of directors Wednesday, adding three newcomers.

Elected as directors to two-year terms:

•    Kevin East, Ambassador Shuttle Service;

•    Mackenzie Gartside, Verico Select Mortgages;

•    John Gower, Gower Design;

•    Margaret Szafron, Prestige Video Transfer (re-elected).

Nine candidates sought the four positions available.

While Chamber officials counted ballots, Linda Oprica of Ascent Coaching led attendees in a networking exercise.

Chamber members can meet the full slate of board members at the annual general meeting April 18 at Crown Isle Resort.

Tom Sparrow, chief project officer of the North Island Hospitals Project, will speak following the official portion of the evening.

— Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce

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