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Cranbrook Health Care Auxiliary elects new board

The Cranbrook Health Care Auxiliary elected a new board and announced new executive directors at an annual general meeting on March 14th at the Heritage Inn.
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Cranbrook Health Care Auxiliary outgoing President Melanie Dodgson (left) and incoming President Jean Lees. Photo courtesy Kate Fox.

The Cranbrook Health Care Auxiliary elected a new board and announced new executive directors at an annual general meeting on March 14th at the Heritage Inn.

The eleven-member Board of Directors serve a two-year term, with four directors elected and two directors appointed annually.

The three new directors and one incumbent who were elected are Dianne Camilli, Sandy Savarie, Linda Foster and incumbent Anne Little.

The executive directors were selected at a meeting of the new board following the elections.

Jean Lees will take over as president with Linda Foster as First Vice President and Odette Rouse as Second Vice President Treasurer Lynn Maffioli and Secretary Vicky Anderson will retain their current positions.

The 79 members attending the AGM thanked outgoing president Melanie Dodgson (who is stepping down from the board due to health reasons) for her incredible three years as president, including one extra year due to COVID-19. She was presented with a bouquet and a video of her five years on the board of directors.

Outgoing directors Lorette Ament and Linda Fedorowich, who were not seeking re-election, also received bouquets and applause.



Barry Coulter

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Barry Coulter had been Editor of the Cranbrook Townsman since 1998.
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