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The Winnipeg Art Gallery

has announced the appointment of Bill Elliott as deputy director. Elliott retains his current responsibilities as director of finance & operations at the WAG and will take on the responsibility of day-to-day operational oversight under the new title. Under the new appointment, Elliott will work to enhance and improve the operational effectiveness and delivery of community programs and outreach. Ensuring the gallery continues to improve and impress every day while allowing the future vision and direction of the gallery to take shape.

Winnipeg Air Testing Inc.

is pleased to announce Caroline Gebel, BSc, has joined the firm as an industrial hygienist. A graduate of the safety and health program at Red River College, Caroline has more than eight years experience as a laboratory technician with the Manitoba Institute of Cell Biology and Apotex Fermentation Inc.

The Eureka Project

welcomes Solara Remote Data Delivery as a new client and tenant at the SmartPark location at the University of Manitoba. Solara's line of field trackers allow people to communicate wherever they are in the world. The customizable, two-way secure messaging and GPS tracking devices work where cellphones won't and also offer an emergency alert system.

Corydon Chiropractic Center

is pleased to announce it is now offering massage therapy treatments at its clinic at 897 Corydon Ave. Claire Sabourin, ADV, RMT from A Votre Sante - to your good health, is a registered advanced remedial massage therapist with 14 years of experience. Her specialty is with stress and chronic pain.

Bison Fire Protection

After having worked extensively with her while at BDC Consulting, Bison would like to welcome Gail Blanchette as its new corporate controller. Her wealth of experience helped transition a small company to medium-sized company. She will be a vital part of the management team.

BOARDS

Rotary Club of Winnipeg (Downtown)

is pleased to announce its board of directors for 2014-15: Brent Jorowski, president; Frank Cosway, vice-president and public relations; Don Ross, past president; Elly Hoogterp-Hurst, secretary; Ian Baker, treasurer; Jason Kolaski, club services and administration; Cynthia Brick, membership; Pat Vallance, community and vocational service; Strini Reddy, international service; Ronald Reider, fundraising; Atanu Chaudhuri, youth services; Rob Tisdale, adviser.

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Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition August 11, 2014 B5

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