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Board of Directors

 

Len Kolton, Chair

Len is a retired farmer from the RM of Brokenhead. He has served on the ACL-BB Board of Directors since 2005.  He is the past President of the Brokenhead River Community Foundations and the Beausejour / Brokenhead Heritage Museum.  Len is also a former Vice President from the North Eastman Health Association.

“A Community is only as Strong as it’s Volunteer’s Involvement”.

Gregory Deneka, Vice Chair

 

Gregory joined the ACL-BB Board of Directors in December 2019.  He has been working with persons with various disabilities for 18 years at Selkirk Mental Health Centre (SMHC). He has held various positions within his working environment as well as personal life experiences raising his special needs daughter. He has a diploma in Business Systems and Computer Programming, a Health care Aid Certificate (Physic Nursing Assistant), and many courses from Red River Community College specifically from Recreation for Older Adults as well as many "in house" government education sessions at SMHC. 

Bev Yakubick

Bev Yakubicka, Secretary

Bev has served on the ACL-BB Board of Directors since 2000. She has two children supported by ACL-BB.

Rita Kulyk, Member at Large

Rita joined the ACL-BB Board in 2017. 

Her family moved to Beausejour 17 years ago.  Her daughter has been attending ACL-BB since their move to the community.  Her background is working in personal care homes, adult day programs and community based programs.  She has a certificate for therapeutic facilitation for older adults and has worked for NEHA for 24 years.  She enjoys spending time at her family cabin in Traverse Bay and has taken up a new hobby painting and enjoys crafts and reading. 

 

Now that I am retired “I feel that I wanted to give back to the community and ACL-BB feels like home to me.  I am looking forward to my new role with the ACL-BB Board of Directors.”

 

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