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Gurevich Fine Art

is pleased to welcome Gail Andrews to the gallery as sales consultant. Her more than 30 years' experience in client services and sales make her a dynamic addition to their team.

The Winnipeg Art Gallery

announces the appointment of Bill Elliott as deputy director. Elliott retains his current responsibilities as director of finance and operations at the WAG and takes on the responsibility of day-to-day operational oversight.

Food Matters Manitoba

is honoured to be among the Tides Top 10 for 2013. Food Matters Manitoba joins a list of other reputable organizations to have won the Tides Top 10, such as the Stop and Oxfam Canada. The Tides Top 10 is a national annual award honouring some of Canada's most innovative social-change efforts that inspire people to take action, think in new ways and make the world a better place.

Think Shift

is pleased to announce the promotion of five of its team members: Alex Varricchio has been named vice-president for marketing. Gord Dmytriw has assumed the role of director for consulting services. Kristen Jones has been named the company's director of human relations. Lace Hurst has moved into the role of operations manager and Richelle Starke has taken on the role of marketing manager for the agency.

Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries

has earned the highest level of certification from the World Lottery Association for achieving a best-practices approach for the development and continuous improvement of responsible gaming strategies and programs in Manitoba. The Level 4 Responsible Gaming Framework certification is granted only after rigorous evaluation across 10 program areas by an independent panel of experts from around the globe.

Tapper Cuddy LLP

is pleased to announce the following lawyers have been selected by their peers for inclusion in several leading publications: Robert Tapper, Q.C.

has been selected for inclusion in the 2014 Lexpert Guide to the Leading US/Canada Cross-border Litigation Lawyers in Canada in the category of defamation and media law. He is also included in the 2014 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory in the category of personal injury law. Norm Cuddy is included in the 2014 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory in the category of disability law. Richard Schwartz is included in the 2014 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory as a leading lawyer in the category of insolvency and financial restructuring law. Robert Tapper, Q.C. is included in the best lawyers in Canada in the categories of defamation and media law and personal injury law. Richard Schwartz is included in best lawyers in Canada in the category of insolvency and financial restructuring law.

Osborne Accounting Group LLP

is pleased to admit Eric Robert, CGA into partnership. Robert joins them after many years with his father at Robert Accounting LLP. He brings valuable experience to the firm in the areas of information technology, taxation, audit and owner-operated small business and will prove to be a cherished asset to the firm for many years to come.

AWARDS

Manitoba Agricultural Hall of Fame

honoured the following inductees for their significant and lasting contributions to agriculture: Ron Helwer, Brandon; Waldie Klassen, Steinbach; Don Kroeker, Winnipeg; Bob McNabb, Minnedosa; Bill Siemens, Winkler.

BOARDS

The Manitoba Chapter of the Canadian Public Relations Society

is pleased to announce its 2014/15 board of directors: president, Tamara Bodi; past president, Jason Permanand; treasurer, Lorne Kletke, APR; secretary, Julie Kentner; accreditation, Melanie Lee Lockhart; membership, Heather Olynick; mentorship, Steve West; communications, Kailey Barron and Emily Doer; programming, Hannah Rose Pratt and Alana Odegard.

The Manitoba Agricultural Hall of Fame

elected its board of directors for 2014/15: Brian Saunderson, president (Morden); Ann Mandziuk, vice-president (Minnedosa); Barry Randell, treasurer (Gilbert Plains), Mary Mitchell, secretary (Winnipeg); Bill Anderson (Forrest); Eleanor Cassels (Winnipeg); Bruce Dalgarno (Newdale); Ted Eastley (Winnipeg); Glen Franklin (Deloraine), Dick Heapy (Oak River), Les Rankin (Winnipeg); Charlie Swanson (Neepawa); and Pat Bailey, executive director (Brandon).

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition August 5, 2014 B7

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