The Daily Courier - - OKANAGAN -

Mar­jorie Brims is as re­fresh­ing as a tall glass of lemon­ade on a hot sum­mer day.

She’s run­ning for the po­si­tion of school board trustee in the Dis­trict of Peach­land and Tsin­stikep­tum IR No. 9 and No. 10 (Zone II).

She had a long and suc­cess­ful ca­reer with In­te­rior Health, work­ing in the physio de­part­ment which led to be­ing in charge of oc­cu­pa­tional health and safety in Kelowna.

Born in Scot­land, she has a Mas­ters de­gree in health stud­ies from Athabasca Uni­ver­sity. Although she’s lived in Peach­land for only a rel­a­tively short pe­riod of time, she’s be­come ac­tive on nu­mer­ous com­mit­tees.

As a for­mer Girl Guide leader, she cer­tainly has the com­pas­sion and un­der­stand­ing that young peo­ple face.

She’s run­ning on a cam­paign of “pos­i­tive change” and, if elected, would def­i­nitely bring a wel­come and fresh per­spec­tive to the Cen­tral Okana­gan School Board.

She looks like a win­ner to us.


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