Judith Johannsson Area A Volunteer of the Year

Johannsson was recognized as the Volunteer of the Year by Director Mike Sosnowski last night.

Judith Johannsson is the Area A Volunteer of the Year.

Judith Johannsson was recognized on Monday evening for her volunteer efforts in the community. Johannsson was recognized as the Volunteer of the Year for Area A by Electoral Area A Director Mike Sosnowski during a RDEK town hall meeting.

“Known as a selfless, dedicated volunteer, Judith’s caring and volunteerism has touched people,” said Mike Sosnowski.

Some of the ways she has volunteered to the betterment of the community include her work as a board member for the Women’s Centre, as a member of the Quality of Life Committee and a founding member of the OPT (Options for Sexual Health) Health Clinic. Johannsson is also a member of the Ghostrider Camp for kids.

Johannsson is the owner of Ghostrider Trading and her and her husband, Magnus, own Birch Meadows south of Fernie.


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