On Oct. 31, 2019, Red Deer Downtown Business Association announced three new members will sit on its board of directors. (File photo by Advocate Staff)

Red Deer downtown association welcomes new board members

Board executive to be selected in January

The Red Deer Downtown Business Association has three new members on its board of directors.

Donna Hall of Academic Express, Madison Marcil of Rob Rae Clothiers and Deziree Bertin of Burgundy’s Food and Stage recently joined the board.

They join existing members Kerstin Heuer, Dulcie Timmons, Julie Oliver, Kathryn Harris, Vicki Finlay and Clayton Ganson.

“We are proud to welcome three new board members from businesses and sectors that have not served before,” said executive director Amanda Gould.

“The 2020 board will reflect entertainment, retail and professional – the perfect mix to ensure all areas of downtown receive the best possible representation at board level.”

The association also welcomed Ken Johnston as the City of Red Deer representative and Red Deer RCMP Cpl. Dwayne Hanusich as a non-voting member.

The association thanks Diana Heinzlmeir for her involvement with the board for the past three years.

Board members will meet in January to select the executive for the year.



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