Lenora Trenamen has been acclaimed to continue as School District. No 8 board chair

School District No.8 (Kootenay Lake) Board of Education Trustees’ chair (Photo credit SD8)

Lenora Trenamen has been acclaimed to another term as chair of School District No.8 (Kootenay Lake) Board of Education Trustees’ chair.

Trenamen, who represents Crawford Bay, East Shore and North Shore, was unchallenged at the December 12th board meeting elections held in Nelson. She has been a trustee since 2005.

Also acclaimed was Sharon Nazaroff, who takes over as vice-chair from Creston’s Heather Suttie. Nazaroff is in her first term representing Slocan Valley/Bonnington.

Other appointments at the December 12th meeting include former board chair Rebecca Huscroft (Creston Valley’s South Rural Zone) as representative to the BC Public School Employers Association, Curtis Bendig (City of Nelson/Bealby Point) as Huscroft’s alternate and Nazaroff to the BC School Trustees Association.

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