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Civic Experience

Enjoy­ing a Kiwa­nis library project with then Lieu­tenant Gov­er­nor Jim Garey.

I grew up in a house­hold that pro­mot­ed civic respon­si­bil­i­ty. While Vice-Pres­i­dent of the Kiwa­nis Club of St. James (Win­nipeg), I clear­ly remem­ber my father fundrais­ing to help build a pedi­atric wing at our local hos­pi­tal.

Through the years, I have vol­un­teered on many boards and com­mit­tees. I was grant­ed an oppor­tu­ni­ty to help shape pol­i­cy and play a part in build­ing a stronger com­mu­ni­ty.

I was hon­ored to serve along­side many gift­ed indi­vid­u­als from all walks of life. Those years of civic ser­vice helped me gain a diverse spec­trum of expe­ri­ence to bring to the Kiwa­nis Inter­na­tion­al Board.

Exam­ples of my civic work are:

  • Owen Sound City Coun­cil­lor
  • Chair of Police Ser­vices
  • Pres­i­dent of Region­al Tourism Asso­ci­a­tion
  • Pres­i­dent of Cham­ber of Com­merce
  • Direc­tor on Board of Pub­lic Health

 

What I’ve Learned: Don’t have a meeting for the sake of a meeting. Time is a precious thing to waste.

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