New URBA board elected

Nicholas Aubin is the president of the new executive for the Uptown Rutland Business Association.

  • Feb. 4, 2011 12:00 p.m.

Nicholas Aubin is the president of the new executive for the Uptown Rutland Business Association.

Joining Aubin on the executive are 1st vice-president Karl Vollman, 2nd vice-president Dan Van Norman, secretary-treasurer Dave Donaldson and past president Dave Willoughby. Serving as board directors are Vic Bains, Mary-Ann Graham, Colleen Groat, Kelly Hewson, Joe Iafrancesco, Alan Kirschner, Kevin MacDougall, Aron Meier, Frank Pohland, Susan Rayner and Kelowna city council liaison Angela Reid.

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