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The Canadian Public Relations Society, Manitoba Chapter

would like to extend a huge congratulations to David Hultin on his achievement of accredited public relations (APR) designation. APR-designated public relations professionals have demonstrated a detailed knowledge of PR, and have an excellent reputation for integrity and high ethical standards in their work. Hultin demonstrates these high standards in PR at his current position as communications specialist at Health Sciences Centre.



Lori Binder

marking her 10th year as vice-principal at Gray Academy, has recently accepted the newly created position of associate head of school to begin in the 2014-15 school year. In this role, she will oversee the general studies curricula, and will work with the Winnipeg Board of Jewish Education to develop its strategic plan. Gray Academy would also like to congratulate its athletic co-ordinator Jamie Kagan who was recently recognized by the Manitoba High Schools Athletic Association for his "outstanding volunteerism and commitment to High School Sport in Manitoba."



The Retired Women Teachers' Association

a chapter of the Retired Teachers Association of Manitoba is pleased to announce its executive for 2014-15: president, Diane Bewell; past president, Dolores Hebert; vice- president, Ruth Hartnell; treasurer, Dolores Tutkaluk; recording secretary, Pat Opalko; corresponding secretary, Cathie Morgan Matula; membership convener, Cecile Alarie-Skene; club notices, Brenda Zebrinsky; social committee, Bessie Marie Hill; Louise Burton, Lynda Tunny, Kathy Deyman, Donna Manjusz; tickets, Birdielyn Gray, Kathleen Parums; RTAM & pensions, Peggy Prendergast; visiting, Emily Williamson; publicity, June Slobodian; archivist, Cathie Morgan Matula; pianist, Charlotte Stech.


The International Association of Business Communicators Manitoba chapter

is pleased to announce its 2014-15 board of directors: president, Susan Buffie; vice-president, Kennis Fung; past president, Wendy Elias-Lopez; career development director, Linda Lee, ABC, MC, CAE; marketing & communications director, Meghan Franklin; leadership development director, Mekala Wickramasinghe; professional development co-directors, Andrea Shalay and Jennifer MacRae; finance director, Lindsay Ridgley; administration director, Zahra Rezaie.


The board of directors of the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences

has announced the appointment of Allan Reid as president and CEO of CARAS, The Juno Awards and MusiCounts. Reid transitions into this role from the position of director of MusiCounts, CARAS' music education charity.


The Winnipeg & District Branch of the National Association of Federal Retirees

is pleased to announce its executive and board of directors for 2014-15: president, Patricia Jarrett; past president, George Dobson; 1st vice- president, Nicky Compton; 2nd vice- president, Wilfred Somers; treasurer, Jim MacGill, assistant treasurer, Pam Proctor, health benefits officer, Penny Wright; membership: Dorothy Waltermulder, Gerrit Westerhof, Gordon Criggar. Directors-at-large: Jim Jarrett, Lil Atamanchuk, Val Gottfried, Lucille Mahon, Vivian Stunden, Cynthia Foreman.


Manitoba Customer Contact Association

announced its 2014-15 board of directors: chairman, Dana Barker/Manitoba Public Insurance; vice-chairman, Kathryn O'Gorman/CAA Manitoba; past chairman, Alan Sauvé/; secretary-treasurer, Crystal Larson/RBC Advice Centre Western Canada. Directors: Jennifer Leslie/MTS Inc., Jennifer Sookram/Western Financial Inc., Shannon Granovsky/Manitoba Blue Cross, Susan Simcic/Tribal Wi-Chi-Way-Win Capital Corporation and CEO/executive director, Cheryl Barsalou/MCCA.


Basketball Manitoba

has selected its new board of directors for 2014/15: Ross Wedlake, president; Darren Sampson, treasurer. Directors: Trish Hallson, Kirby Schepp, Joel Themmen, Edwin Garing, Jackie Anderson, Suki Chhoeun, Glenn Matsumoto; Joe Di Curzio, past president.


Taekwondo Manitoba 2009 Inc.

has selected its board of directors for 2014-15: president, Jae Park; vice-president, Scott Toderash; secretary, Jillian Golby Borsa.

Members at large: Robert Quon, Gail Cielen, Darryl Elyk, Mark Chornley.


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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 7, 2014 B5

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