Tourism White Rock names new board

Two spots yet to be filled, according to board president.

Tourism White Rock has a new board of directors, it was announced this week.

Taking over as president and chairman of the board is Doug Hart, a long-time White Rock resident and former executive director of the South Surrey & White Rock Chamber of Commerce.

Ginny Harrison, owner of White Rock Travel, was named vice-chair and Morley Myren, a White Rock-based real-estate agent with RE/MAX, was named secretary/treasurer of the board.

The board was also joined by Bob Bezubiak, manager of the White Rock TD Bank,  Coun. Grant Meyer, representing the City of White Rock, and Tourism White Rock executive director Betina Albornoz.

Hart said  that  the board is currently in talks with two people they’re hoping will join the ranks in the next month.

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