Colleen Butler Back In For Another Year As CESD Board Chair

The annual organizational meeting for the Chinook's Edge Board of Education was held on Wednesday, November 1st and Collen Butler was chosen to serve as the Board Chair. Butler was first elected as a school board trustee in 2004, and this will be her 8th consecutive year as Board Chair.

The annual organizational meeting for the Chinook's Edge Board of Education took place on Wednesday, November 1st and once again a familiar face was elected as Board Chair.
For the 8th consecutive year, the Ward 3 Trustee for Delburne/Elnora Colleen Butler has been selected Board Chair by the CESD trustees.
Butler says she is honored to be chosen as the Chair again, as it shows a certain confidence in her leadership from the returning trustees and those newly elected during this fall's election.
She says the board's strategic planning meeting is on November 20th where they will get together to set their goals and plans for Chinook's Edge.
Butler notes they plan to work on ongoing topics, which includes the transportation deficit.

Butler adds, this year Ward 4 - Innisfail's Holly Bilton is the Vice Chair and Ward 2 - Penhold/Poplar Ridge/Springbrook's Sherry Cooper is the Second Vice Chair.

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