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Grant Cockshott is the new chairman of the board of the Independent Welding Distributor Cooperative.

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Grant Cockshott is the new chairman of the board of the Independent Welding Distributor Cooperative. Photo Store

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Grant Cockshott, president of Welders Supplies, Medigas Manitoba Ltd. and Adhere Distributors, was recently appointed as the first non-American citizen chairman of the board of directors of the Independent Welding Distributor Cooperative. IWDC's head office is located in Indianapolis and it is a 65-year-old marketing group that serves industry members in the area of industrial, specialty, and medical gases and related equipment, goods and consumables throughout the U.S.A., Canada and Mexico.

 

COMPANIES

 

Studio 26 Hot Yoga recently opened its doors at Unit 1 -- 1763 Pembina Hwy. Owner Todd Miller has 30 years of experience in the fitness and dance industry and was a national presenter and teacher trainer for YMCA Canada. For further information and class times see, info@studio26hotyoga.com.

 

JF Fabrics is proud to announce it has acquired the exclusive distribution rights in Canada for Duralee Fabrics. They welcome Mark McGrath of McMar Sales & Marketing as their new representative in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and northwestern Ontario. McGrath will be representing all JF Fabric lines as well as the Duralee Fabric lines.

 

BOARDS

 

The Manitoba Association for Volunteer Administration is pleased to announce its 2013-14 board of directors: president, Angie Boehm; past president, Peggy McRitchie; vice-president, Lesley Camaso-Catalan; co-treasurer, Caitlin MacDonald; co-treasurer, Elise MacDonald; secretary, Kim Wark; chairwoman of professional development, Evelyn Casey; chairwoman of professionalism & advocacy, Kasia James.


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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition October 28, 2013 B5

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