Submitted photo Lighthouse Country Business Association Board 2019 are (back, from left): Dietmar Baumeister-Quint (President), Betsy Poel (Secretary), Edie McPhedran, Patrick Jiggins, Rina Knoesen (in front of Patrick), Glennys MacDonald (Treasurer) and Roland Stussi, (seated) Carrie Powell-Davidson (Vice-President) and Lawrence Setter.

Lighthouse Country Business Association elects new board

The Lighthouse Country Business Association has elected a new board.

The association held its annual general meeting earlier this moth at the Arrowsmith Golf & Country Club with more than 50 members attending.

A meet-and-greet was held followed by dinner, a presentation by guest speaker, George Hansen of Vancouver Island Economic Alliance, and elections for the new board. It was hosted by outgoing president Patrick Jiggins.

Dietmar Baumeister-Quint takes over as new president of the LCBA. The other new board members are vice-president Carrie Powell-Davidson, secretary Betsy Poel, treasurer Glennys MacDonald, Edie McPhedran, Jiggins, Rina Knoesen, Rina Knoesen, Roland Stussi, Lawrence Setter.

— NEWS Staff

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