Downtown association welcomes five to board

The quintet joins existing members of the Kamloops Central Business Improvement Association board

The Kamloops Central Business Improvement Association has welcomed a new crop to its board of directors.

Elected to the board at the association’s April 17 annual general meeting were:

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• Robbie Tallon, an accountant with Jerry Spice Inc.;

• Nicki James, owner of Mainstreet Clothing;

• Jesse Faubert, owner of Common Sound;

• Maren Luciani, owner of Meraki Community Planning;

• Luke Chidgzey, business account manager with Royal Bank of Canada.

They will join the following existing board members:

• Dino Bernardo, president

• Maeghan Summers, vice-president

• Grayden Flanagan, secretary

• Ryan Gentile, director at large

• Andy Philpot, director

• David Fuoco, director

• Michael Blackwell, director

• Ted Ockenden, director

• Shane Brooks, director.

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