New Rimoka chair

With the election of Rimbey Coun. Joe Anglin to the Alberta Legislature, the Rimoka Housing Foundation was in need of a new chairman.

  • May. 23, 2012 8:00 p.m.

With the election of Rimbey Coun. Joe Anglin to the Alberta Legislature, the Rimoka Housing Foundation was in need of a new chairman.

Anglin stepped down from his position May 11 at the end of a regular Rimoka board meeting and Ponoka County Coun. Paul McLauchlin was elected the new chair. He said it did not take long to see the board has been running smoothly. “It’s a really capable board that’s there for all the right reasons.”

McLauchlin looks forward to working with Bethany Group, which manages Rimoka, and ensuring Paul McLauchlin seniors are taken care of.

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

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