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Have a seat, will you? Three trustees won't run for re-election

September 29, 2014 - 4:24 PM

PENTICTON - There's a big hole to fill on the Penticton school board with three trustees deciding not to run for re-election.

Linda Beaven, Walter Huebert and Tracy St. Claire have all decided to throw in the towel.

“I figure half a century is long enough,” says Huebert who was a teacher for 41 years and a trustee for six years.

Fellow longtime educator Bruce Johnson does plan to run for re-election, as do trustees Shelley Clarke, Ginny Manning and Linda Van Alphen.

New legislation means trustees will serve a four-year term instead of the previous three-year term.

Nominations for the civic election close on October 10 and ballots will be cast November 15, 2014.

To contact the reporter for this story, email Meaghan Archer at or call 250-488-3065. To contact the editor, email or call 250-718-2724.

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