New faces elected to Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce

Six veterans will be joined by five new people on the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce board of directors.

Christmas decorations bring a seasonal touch to historic 176 Street in Cloverdale.

Five new faces have been elected to the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce board, where they join six veterans who have been returned to serve the business organization.

All 11 members were elected at the Nov. 25 annual general meeting.

Returning to serve on the board are: Brock Lazaruk (Fraser Downs), Jas Chhina (Holiday Inn and Suites), Shell Busey (Shell Busey HouseSmart Home Services), John Gibeau (Honeybee Centre), Sherrold Haddad (Flag Auto Sales and Lease) and Judy Higginbotham (JH Tourism Consultant).

Nazreen Mohammed of BDC, Tammy Johnson (BMO Bank of Montreal), Jeff Richards (JE Richards Consulting), Margarett Lange (Sheraton Vancouver Guildford Hotel) and Baljit Sabharwal (Copytek Print Centres) are all new to the board.

The election of officers will take place in the new year, tentatively at the Jan. 6 meeting.

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