Jeannie Maltesen of the Parksville & District Chamber of Commerce on Nov.28 in Qualicum Beach. (Cloe Logan photo)

Parksville and District Chamber of Commerce announces new board

Jodie Lucas of the Rusted Rake Farm and Cindy Walker of D-Stress Fitness join the team

The Parksville and District Chamber of Commerce has announced its new board of directors.

“We already have a dedicated and committed group of volunteers on the team and we are so fortunate to have new and talented directors interested in joining the board. Their unique backgrounds and diverse experience will make them a great asset to the chamber’s board of directors as we continue to work to represent the business community,” said president Jean Maltesen in a release.

The two new board members are Jodie Lucas of the Rusted Rake Farm and Cindy Walker of D-Stress Fitness.

READ MORE: PQBeat: Parksville and District Chamber of Commerce executive director Kim Burden

Five directors are returning to complete the second year of their two-year term: Donna Andres of Speedy Glass; Trish Catherine of School District 69; Jeff Frankford of Island Cleaning Supplies; Cassie Long of Bayview Strata and Susan Wismer of the Parksville Historical Society.

— NEWS staff

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