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Tourism association elects new board members

TOURISM ASSOCIATION’S AGM: Having a look through the latest tourism guide, produced in partnership with The NEWS, at last week’s annual general meeting of the Parksville Qualicum Beach Tourism Association (PQBTA) at Tigh-Na-Mara are, from left to right, Betsy Poel, president of the Lighthouse Country Business Association, PQBTA executive director Blain Sepos and PQBTA chair Robynne Shaw. At the AGM, Richard Varela of Horne Lake Caves and Arthur Wong, general manager of the Beach Club, were elected to join the PQBTA’s board of directors.  - PETER McCULLY PHOTO
TOURISM ASSOCIATION’S AGM: Having a look through the latest tourism guide, produced in partnership with The NEWS, at last week’s annual general meeting of the Parksville Qualicum Beach Tourism Association (PQBTA) at Tigh-Na-Mara are, from left to right, Betsy Poel, president of the Lighthouse Country Business Association, PQBTA executive director Blain Sepos and PQBTA chair Robynne Shaw. At the AGM, Richard Varela of Horne Lake Caves and Arthur Wong, general manager of the Beach Club, were elected to join the PQBTA’s board of directors.
— image credit: PETER McCULLY PHOTO

TOURISM ASSOCIATION'S AGM: Having a look through the latest tourism guide, produced in partnership with The NEWS, at last week's annual general meeting of the Parksville Qualicum Beach Tourism Association (PQBTA) at Tigh-Na-Mara are, from left to right, Betsy Poel, president of the Lighthouse Country Business Association, PQBTA executive director Blain Sepos and PQBTA chair Robynne Shaw. At the AGM, Richard Varela of Horne Lake Caves and Arthur Wong, general manager of the Beach Club, were elected to join the PQBTA's board of directors.

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