NDP president is back

A TERRACE resident has been returned as president of the Skeena – Bulkley Valley federal riding association for the New Democratic Party.

  • Oct. 11, 2011 8:00 a.m.

A TERRACE resident has been returned as president of the Skeena – Bulkley Valley federal riding association for the New Democratic Party.

This will be Arjunna Miyagawa’s second year in the role of leading the group.

Debra Thame of Terrace is the vice president and Gina Clark of Prince Rupert is the secretary.

There are two vice presidents this year, Debra Thame of Terrace and Gina Clark of Prince Rupert. Be Gomes of Terrace is the treasurer.

Members of large on the executive include Terrace residents Nancy Ross (who was Miyagawa’s predecessor as president), John Jensen and Barry Zacharias.

The executive was chosen at the riding association’s annual general meeting Sept. 17 in Prince Rupert.

Oct. 13, 2011

This is a corrected version of a first posting. That first posting incorrectly listed Gina Clark as one of two vice presidents.







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