Council Candidate: Randy Rose running for council in Winfield Ward

District of Lake Country: Rose, Randy - Running for councillor in Winfield Ward

Randy Rose is:

•    a grandfather, part-time musician and community volunteer;

•    Director on the Board for the Lake Country Senior Housing Society;

•    Director, Lake Country Winfield Lions Club;

•    Plays music for seniors in Lake Country;

•    Enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking, biking and cross country skiing;

•    Retired from 35 year career in Local Government;

•    Chief Administrative Officer for District of Lake Country 1995-2009;

•    Senior Certificate in Municipal Administration – Province of British Columbia;

•    Diploma in Public Sector Management – University of Victoria;

•    Leadership award in 2008 from Local Government Management Association;

•    His favourite time is “Grandpa Day” with his grandchildren.

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