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Gazzola named chairman

GUELPH - Trustees with the Wellington Catholic District School Board have elected a chairman and vice-chairman for the coming year.

Returning again as chairman is Marino Gazzola, who was uncontested in the process.

He has been a trustee for the past 22 years and is also currently the vice-president of the Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association.

He is joined by Victoria Dupuis, who was elected as vice-chairman. She has served as trustee for 18 years and is the current chairman of the board’s policy and program committee.

At the same meeting, Anita Cazzola, a senior student at St. James Catholic High School was presented with her award winning Advent graphic, which has been distributed to all schools and offices in the district.

 

December 16, 2011

 
 

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