Election forum thanks

Thanks to the following groups for their input and participation in the election forum held at Knox United Church on Friday, Oct. 2

Time constraints prevented us from completing our thanks to the following groups and organizations for their input and participation in the election forum held at Knox United Church on Friday, Oct. 2: Canadian Federation of University Women, Parksville Chamber of Commerce, Qualicum Beach Chamber of Commerce, Toastmasters Club of PVQB, The Parksville Qualicum Beach News, Regional District of Nanaimo (electronic sign), The Lounge and The Beach radio stations.

A special thank-you to the candidates and the interested citizens of this constituency. We were happy to consider this event a civic duty.

Marilou Paterson and Wendy ReimerKnox Outreach CommitteeParksville

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