Sherry Philpott-Adhikary, acclaimed for Village of Keremeos council

Retired teacher has lived in Keremeos for 23 years

• Lived in Keremeos for 23 years

• Retired Teacher

• Coordinator of the Keremeos & Area Ambassadors for five years

• On Council for four years

Council Committee and Liaison Appointments 2018:

• Regional District Okanagan Similkameen – Alternate

• Okanagan Regional Library Board – Trustee/Chair of Personnel Committee

• Education on Substance Misuse Committee – Chair

• Developing Sustainable Rural Practice Communities – Alternate

• Similkameen Country – Alternate

• School Liaison SD #53

• Age-Friendly Advisory Committee Liaison – Alternate

I have really enjoyed my last four years on Council. I have got to meet many of the people of Keremeos, through: “Coffee With the Mayor,” Open Houses, Public Forums, Committee Work and Council Meetings. I have learned a lot during my first term and am pleased to continue to support the people of Keremeos and the growth of the community. You can count on me to work hard. I am trustworthy, respectful and honest. I look forward to your support.

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