Former parks and rec director appointed to Kiwanis Pavilion board

Oak Bay Kiwanis Health Care Society has appointed Lorna Curtis as director of the pavilion board of directors.

Oak Bay Kiwanis Health Care Society has appointed Lorna Curtis as director of the pavilion board of directors.

Curtis is a former Oak Bay parks and recreation director and has a long history of community involvement. She has volunteered with the Oak Bay centennial committee, millennium committee, community initiatives committee and the child and youth committee. She also has a keen interest in seniors’ health care.

Curtis joins Dave Cockle, Barbara Gies, Steve Orcherton, Andrew Law, Maxine Dell, Hazel Braithwaite and chairperson Joan Trumble, on the board.

“We have an active and engaged board of directors committed to the operation of a first rate care facility,” Trumble said, in a press release. “Lorna’s civic administrative and decision making experience will be a tremendous asset to our community based volunteer board’s decision making.”

The Oak Bay Kiwanis Pavilion is a complex care facility which specializes in the care of people with dementia and provides care through all stages of dementia. The pavilion is owned and operated by the Oak Bay Kiwanis Health Care Society and has been serving the community since 1947.

 

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