Incumbent school trustees all run again in SD78

Three newcomers challenge trustee seats in Fraser Cascade

  • Oct. 17, 2011 11:00 a.m.

The School District elections also take place November 19, and those elected are in charge of some very important decision making when it comes to education.

In the Agassiz-Harrison area, incumbent trustees Al Fraser, Ron Johnstone and Marilyn Warren are running again.

Also running in the Agassiz-Harrison area are Rose Tustian and Katharine Johnson.

In Hope, incumbents Linda McMullan, James Sinclair and Marv Cope are running, with Pat Furness as a newcomer.

In the Canyon Electoral area, incumbent Tom Hendrickson has won his seat by acclamation.

Seven seats are held in School District 78, Fraser Cascade — three in Hope, three in Agassiz-Harrison and one in the Canyon area.

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