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St. James Assiniboia 55+ Centre
is pleased to announce its 2019-20 board of directors: president Gerald Knutson; first vice-president Ian McCausland; second vice-president Laurie Green; secretary Janet Jackman; treasurer Kathy Elias; directors Connie Newman, Sean Sagert, Lloyd Gwilliam, Mae Denby, Janet Brady, Yvonne Hardy and Jessica Ferris; and past president Marilyn Robinson. The mission of the centre is to encourage seniors to improve their quality of life by providing educational, recreational, health and social opportunities.
The Manitoba Opera
has announced its board of trustees for the 2019-20 season. New trustees elected to the board are Paul Bruch-Wiens, Charlene Ilas and D. Grant Suderman. Current trustees are Judith Chambers, Dr. David Folk, Peter George, Abbie Grieder, Elba Haid (chairwoman), Leona Herzog, Daniela Ignat, Luisa Matheson, Maria Mitousis, Dr. Bill Pope, Alex Robinson, Dustin Schneider, Keith Sinclair, Dr. Jeffrey Sisler and Lori Yorke.
Villa Rosa Inc.
announces its board of directors for 2019-20: Candace Trussler, chairwoman; David Tompkins, vice-chairman; Kenneth Phernambucq, treasurer; Rhonda Haight, secretary. Board members are Rachel Fair, Dawn Kidder, Chelsey Koswin, Rev. Michael Koryluk, Catherine Laspina, Cindy Rodych, Kevin Shand, Dr. Mary Shariff and Elena Wiens.
has announced its board of directors for 2019-20: president Denis Bracken, University of Manitoba — St. Paul’s College, retired; vice-president Brenda Hasiuk, MGEU; past president Leslie Galloway, Children’s Hospital, retired; treasurer Gil Grenier, CPA, CA, Acumen Corporate Development Inc.; secretary Karen Cook, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences; John Burchill, Winnipeg Police Service; Noëlle DePape, Social Planning Council of Winnipeg; Melissa Dvorak, Macdonald Youth Services; Michelle Garlinski, St. Mary’s Academy; Scot Halley, Winnipeg Police Service; Janine Hargreaves, Department of Education, provincial government; Pat Mainville, Winnipeg School Division; and Gabriella Zaporozan, CPA, CGA, Heartland Chartered Professional Accountants LLP.
Manitoba Bar Association
is pleased to announce its executive committee members for 2019-20: president Cynthia Lau, Canada Life; vice-president Carli Owens, Christianson TDS Portage la Prairie; secretary/treasurer Peter Kingsley, Q.C., Legal Aid Manitoba — administrative office; public relations and advocacy director Ian Scarth, MLT Aikins LLP; membership director Tanya Keller, Sternat Manaigre Law Corporation; and past president Mark Toews, Deeley Fabbri Sellen Law Corporation. Council members for 2019-20 are Kevin Antonyshyn, Kassy Baker, Kalyn Bomback, Natasha Brown, Braeden Cornick, Silvia de Sousa, Alexandra Dueck-Dunsford, Joshua Dyck, Jason Gisser, Tyler Grant, Aron Grusko, Joel Lebois, Rhea Majewski, Candray Mehkary, Maria Mitousis, Bryton Moen, Robert Pellizzaro, Jessica Schofield, Jennifer Sokal, Virginia Torrie, Eugene Warwaruk and James Wood. CBA board representative: Brad Regehr. Executive director: Stacy Nagle.
Women of Note
a Winnipeg-based community women’s choir, is pleased to announce its 2019-20 board: co-presidents Julie Ryall and Jodi Robillard; past president Sandra Doyle; treasurer Karen Stuart; members-at-large Tracey Silagy, Melanie Boudreault, Coleen Anderson, Beverley Snell and Marilyn Challis Cozzuol.
Manitoba Medical Service Foundation and St. Boniface Hospital Albrechtsen Research Centre
present the 16th annual Richard Hoeschen Memorial Award to Dr. Jennifer Protudjer and Dr. Emily Rimmer. Dr. Protudjer is supervising B.Sc. (Med) student Hailey Hildebrand for their project, "An Investigation into Dietary Pattern and Adolescent Eczema," and Dr. Rimmer is supervising B.Sc. (Med) student Jayce Bi for their project, "M-Protein Response Trajectory and Survival in Newly Diagnosed Multiple Myeloma: A Retrospective Cohort Study."
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