School trustee and two rural director candidates discuss their candidacy

Angelique Wood seeks director’s seat for Area “G” on November 19.

  • Oct. 26, 2011 5:00 a.m.

Angelique Wood

On november 19 vote Angelique Wood for Director – Area “G”

– I will help protect our rural way of life

– I will return your calls and listen to you

– Wise public spending by the RDOS is high on my agenda.

“Being thrifty is more important now than ever. I believe that to survive in the future we need to work together, find our common ground and come up with solutions that work.”

If you have any questions or want to meet give me a call or drop me an e-mail: (250) 292-8082, or:

Angeliquewood4areaG@gmail.com

Building our community together starts with you taking the time on November 19 to vote!

Go to www.RDOS.BC.ca and follow the “Elections 2011” Link for more information on voting!

Why Vote? Because it really matters.

Local government is government at the community level It is government that affects all of us every day.

“I believe in building community, hands-on”.

–  Hedley Community Club Board Member since 2010

–  Hedley Volunteer Firefighter since 2008

–  Princeton Traditional Music Society Board Member and Festival Emcee 2008/09

–  Hedley Heritage Museum Society Board Member 2007/08

“Angelique is energetic, resourceful and passionate about our community. She is capable of bringing together a diverse group of people. I support Angelique whole-heartedly.”

Brenda Gould, Archaeologist & Hitching Post Restaurateur

Angelique Wood – building our community together

Please call or e-mail me if you need a ride to the polling station on november 19.

 

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