RDEK 50th anniversary

The annual election of the Regional District of the East Kootenay (RDEK) Chair and Vice Chair was held at the RDEK on Dec. 4.

  • Dec. 10, 2015 8:00 p.m.

The annual election of the Regional District of the East Kootenay (RDEK) Chair and Vice Chair was held at the RDEK on Dec. 4. Electoral Area C Director, Rob Gay, will continue on as chair of the board for 2016.

“I appreciate the confidence of my fellow Directors in re-electing me as Chair and I look forward to another productive year,” said Gay in a press release. This will be Gay’s fifth term as RDEK Chair. He has been on the board since 2005.

Electoral Area F Director Wendy Booth was re-elected as Vice Chair for a fourth term.

“I have really enjoyed being Vice Chair and look forward to continuing to work with Chair Gay and the Board to advance our priorities for the coming year,” she said.

The RDEK celebrated its 50th anniversary this week. In honour of the landmark milestone, the Board, staff, former Chairs and dignitaries gathered for a special dinner on Dec. 3, which included presentations that highlighted moments over the past half century.

In addition, the RDEK Board of Directors has approved an updated logo for the organization. The new logo includes the addition of a sun over the mountain and will be gradually transitioned into use over the next few months.

 

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