Peninsula Arts Council sees administrative changeover

Sidney-based arts group has new interim president and executive director.

The Community Arts Council of the Saanich Peninsula (CACSP) has lost some familiar faces.

President Richard Julien, who has held the position for years, submitted his resignation due to health reasons in November.

Dr. Danny Daniels who was the vice-president was elected as interim president until the annual elections in March. Ethel Mailhot, who had been serving as Secretary to the Board, will replace Daniels as interim vice-president

Frankie Allen, who had been CACSP’s executive director for several years will be moving on to further her career and spend more time with her children.

Long-time Director on the Board, Heather Corbitt has taken over as interim executive director and will be assisted by Brenda Milne, who has been hired on a part-time basis as the administrative assistant.

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