McKee reappointed to Gwaii Trust

  • Nov. 4, 2005 7:00 p.m.

Ron McKee has been appointed a director of Gwaii Trust for another two years.
The South Graham Island Gwaii Trust Advisory Committee voted November 2 to keep Mr. McKee in the role. Leslie Johnson was the only other person who stepped forward to take on the responsibility. She was named Mr. McKee’s alternate.
The SGIGTAC is composed of the elected management committee of Queen Charlotte/Skidegate Landing and one representative from each of Miller Creek and Lawn Hill.
Both the director and the alternate are from Queen Charlotte.
“That’s regrettable,” said Deborah Uliana, office manager at the management committee. “This year, no one in those communities put their name forward.”

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