Reyerse running for re-election in Harrison Hot Springs

Village of Harrison Hot Springs: Reyerse, Sonya - Council Candidate

Sonja Reyerse has announced she will run for re-election as a councillor in the Village of Harrison Hot Springs.

Reyerse has been on council for the past three years, and is the liaison for the Harrison Agassiz Chamber of Commerce. She was heavily involved in the parents advisory council for her children’s school previously, and runs a bed and breakfast in Harrison.

“It is an honour to represent the residents of our Village,” Reyerse said. “I’m hoping they will look back on the work I’ve done and re-elect me to continue working on their behalf.  I like to think I have made a difference and am committed to ensuring Harrison Hot Springs remains a great place to live, a safe place to raise children and a successful place to do business.”

 

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