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Learn more about Peachland councillor candidate Pam Cunningham

Cunningham is president of the World of Wheels and has been for the past eight years.

Pam Cunningham moved to Peachland in 2001 from the coast and have always been a volunteer in Peachland.

Cunningham is president of the World of Wheels and has been for the past eight years. Four years ago, Cunningham was asked to run for council. She is a full time licensed practical nurse, specializing in long-term care and feels she has learned a lot from her first term on council and will be more experienced in his second one.

Cunningham is a councillor candidate.

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