Deib resigns from Board of Trade

Greenwood Board of Trade president-elect Wayne Deib stepped down being replaced by Jim Nathorst and the Canada Day Parade is cancelled.

Some changes have taken place at the Greenwood Board of Trade after their regular monthly meeting held last week.

Jim Nathorst has again taken up the duties as President – taking over for Wayne Deib who has resigned for personal reasons.

Board of Trade Secretary Sherry Stewart sent an email to The Times with news of the change in leadership and to officially announce that Greenwood will not be having a Canada Day Parade this year.

Board of Trade meetings are held every second Wednesday of each month, 7 p.m. upstairs at City Hall.

 

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