From left (back row) Patrick Charron, Terry Chesla, Ryan McNeil, Councillor Scott Pfeiffer, Brandi Page, Mayor Sean Nolls, Kurt Baker, Kelly Hicks, Matt Dorsett. From left (front row) Hayley Fawcett, communications & office assistant; Stacey Benjamin, executive director; Dave Goodwin, president; Justin Tanner, vice president; Erin Wilkie, Kami Ritz, and Donna Morris, project manager. Missing from photo are Rebecca Walline, councillor; Gord Lawlor and Councillor Wayne Smith. Photo submitted

The Stettler Board of Trade welcomes 2020 board of directors

The board is an organization comprised of business owners and municipal representation

The Stettler Regional Board of Trade & Community Development welcomed the new board of directors at their 2020 Annual General Meeting on Feb. 11th.

Welcome to the following directors:

President‐ Dave Goodwin and Vice President Justin Tanner.

Directors: Kurt Baker, Patrick Charron, Terry Chesla, Matt Dorsett, Kelly Hicks, Ryan McNeil, Brandi Page, Kami Ritz, Rebecca Walline, and Erin Wilkie.

Ex‐officio members: Town of Stettler Mayor Sean Nolls, Town of Stettler Councillor Gord Lawlor, and Town of Stettler Councillor Scott Pfeiffer.

Alternate: Town of Stettler Councillor Wayne Smith.

The Stettler Regional Board of Trade & Community Development is an organization comprised of business owners and municipal representation.

The Executive meets monthly on the second Tuesday of the month (excluding July and August).

This board is committed to encouraging and supporting businesses to be responsive to change through consultation, advice, funding opportunities, economic development and the cultivation of entrepreneurs.

All businesses with a Town of Stettler business license are entitled to a Stettler Regional Board of Trade & Community Development membership free of charge.


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