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Annual General Meeting November 3 2022

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Annual General Meeting Report

The first in person Annual General Meeting of the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Association, since 2019, took place on November 3, 2022 in 100 Mile House.
The event was well attended considering the weather and the first snow of the season.

The event started at 10:00 am with a Welcome to the land and a blessing, followed by a introduction and welcome from Maureen Pinkney, Mayor Elect of the District of 100 Mile House.

Presentations were given by Walt Judas of Tourism Industry Association of BC, Ingrid Jarrett of British Columbia Hotel Association, Key note speaker Josh Dueck and Richard Porges of Destination British Columbia.
Lunch was provided by BJ’s Donuts and cupcakes and cake were provided by Cariboo Cupcakes in celebration of the 60 year anniversary of the organization.
During lunch board members recalled the work that Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism has been a part of and acknowledge the 60 years of serving the Cariboo as a Regional Destination Management Organization.

The business of the Annual General Meetings for the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Association and the Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Marketing Association rounded off the afternoon.

For meeting minutes and copies of the presentations please see our 2022 Annual General Meeting Page here.
CCCT Board
Photo Credit: Jolene Lammers | Pictured From left to right, Board Chair Andre Kuerbis, CEO Amy Thacker, Mike Retasket, Shannon Lansdowne, Tony Forster and Jayme Kennedy.
Missing – Marshall Fremlin and James Douglas.
Thank you to the District of 100 Mile House, BJ’s Donuts, Tim Hortons, Cariboo Cupcakes and all the CCCT staff that made this event possible. A big thank you goes out to Tony Forester for all his years of volunteer service as he ends his term with the board.

Bright future for tourism industry forecast in the Cariboo

100 Mile Free Press Article
Photo Credit: 100 Mile Free Press | Story by Patrick Davies
See article in the 100 Mile Free Press here.