Who’s who

About 50 people attended the Mar 8 annual general meeting of the 519 Church Street Community Centre.

Board members – who have the final say on space allocation – were elected.

Re-elected members are:

¥ Volunteer John Archer

¥ Maureen Aslin, also a volunteer.

New people:

¥ Single mom Claudine Boulert uses the family resource centre and is a Pride Day volunteer

¥ International Association Of Stage And Theatre Employees member Philip Clarke, also a new volunteer

¥ Thomas Egdorf is the program coordinator for the Toronto People With AIDS Foundation

¥ Architect Garth Norbraten.

Members completing a two year term are:

¥ Student Elmer Bagares, president

¥ Union organizer Fred Hahn, who works with disabled adults

¥ Librarian Mary Roddy, a volunteer for many years

¥ Volunteer Patricia Thomson

¥ Liberal Markus Wilson (who works at Queen’s Park).

And Downtown City Councillor Kyle Rae, himself a former 519 executive director, remains an ex-officio member.

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