Ashcroft Mayor candidate Joris Ekering

Environmental proponent runs for mayor in Ashcroft

  • Nov. 6, 2011 7:00 a.m.

1. Moved to Ashcroft in Spring of 2005.

2. Semi-retired electrician; show technician; performer.

3. Hospital Auxiliary, Winding Rivers, Lions, Rotary, Chamber of Commerce, Scouts.

4. I’ve been part of several Boards, Library Board, or Recreation Commission in various communities.

5. Sustainable Community / Heritage preservation / Zero Waste / Strong voice in all levels of Government / Being “on the ground” in the community.

6. Create policies to implement the concepts, and implement policies to gain measurable goals.

7. Ashcroft can be a leader.  Ashcroft’s wellness awaits us.  When we do it, other communities will look at what we did.

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