The new board members of Otter Co-op were sworn into office following elections at the annual general meeting

Otter Co-op members elect new board

The new board members of Otter Co-op were sworn into office following elections at the annual general meeting, May 29.

The new board members of Otter Co-op were sworn into office following elections at the annual general meeting, held at DW Poppy Secondary’s gym on Wednesday, May 29.

They are President Dorothy Anderson, 1st Vice President Frank Hauzer, 2nd Vice President Dick Mayer, Secretary Susan Dodd, and directors John Watt, Frank Braun, Larry Jantzen, Angie McDougall and Maria Pucek.

In the photo Otter Co-op’s board of directors are (back row, from left) John Watt, Dick Mayer, Frank Hauzer, Frank Braun and Larry Jantzen, (front row) Angie McDougall, Dorothy Anderson, Maria Pucek and Susan Dodd.

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