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The 2014 Cranbrook and District Chamber of Commerce Executive was sworn in on Friday night, at the Chamber’s gala event at the Heritage Inn. Front row, left to right: Past President Mike Adams, Jeanette Sissons (Treasurer), President Dave Butler, Avana Gjendem (2nd Vice President), David Struthers (1st Vice President). Back row, left to right: Chris Thom, Brenna Baker, Mike Matejka, Diane Baher, Russell Workun, Ted Lauritsen. Not pictured: Brian Rhodes, Lana Kirk and Ryan Gibbard.  - Barry Coulter photo
The 2014 Cranbrook and District Chamber of Commerce Executive was sworn in on Friday night, at the Chamber’s gala event at the Heritage Inn. Front row, left to right: Past President Mike Adams, Jeanette Sissons (Treasurer), President Dave Butler, Avana Gjendem (2nd Vice President), David Struthers (1st Vice President). Back row, left to right: Chris Thom, Brenna Baker, Mike Matejka, Diane Baher, Russell Workun, Ted Lauritsen. Not pictured: Brian Rhodes, Lana Kirk and Ryan Gibbard.
— image credit: Barry Coulter photo

The 2014 Cranbrook and District Chamber of Commerce Executive was sworn in on Friday night, at the Chamber's gala event at the Heritage Inn. Front row, left to right: Past President Mike Adams, Jeanette Sissons (Treasurer), President Dave Butler, Avana Gjendem (2nd Vice President), David Struthers (1st Vice President). Back row, left to right: Chris Thom, Brenna Baker, Mike Matejka, Diane Baher, Russell Workun, Ted Lauritsen. Not pictured: Brian Rhodes, Lana Kirk and Ryan Gibbard.

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