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Slocan Valley votes Saturday on school trustee

Sheri Walsh and Bob Price are seeking the vacancy on the Kootenay Lake board of education in this weekend
Sheri Walsh and Bob Price are seeking the vacancy on the Kootenay Lake board of education in this weekend's by-election.
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Slocan Valley and Bonnington area residents go to the polls tomorrow to choose a new school trustee.

Bob Price and Sheri Walsh are seeking the position on the Kootenay Lake board of education left vacant by the resignation of Barb Lindsay, who has gone overseas.

Both have long involvement with parent advisory committees.

The three polling stations are in the music room at W.E. Graham school in Slocan City, the Winlaw school gym, and the multi-purpose room at Mt. Sentinel high school in South Slocan. They’re open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Results will be posted at nelsonstar.com. The winner will serve through the fall of 2014.

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