PRINCE GEORGE, BC – The Prince George Spruce Kings of the British Columbia Hockey League (BCHL) held their Annual General Meeting on Tuesday evening and now have a new look with the selection of thirteen members to sit on the Board of Directors. Three new members will take up seats and the four executive members are all new to their positions.
The Board consists of new President: Todd Doherty, Vice President: Tom Bohmer, Secretary: Stephen Riding, Treasurer: David Wilson along with the nine directors: Rick Adams, John Abbott, Darcy Buryn, Michelle Jolley (new), Dustin Robin, Rick Turgeon, Glen Whitehead (new), Kevin Wotten (new) and Grant Zimmerman.
“It’s an honour and a privilege to be selected as the president of this organization with its long standing tradition in the community,” said new Spruce Kings President, Todd Doherty. “I look forward to helping guide our organization into the future, in building a team and organization both on the ice and off that is committed to our core values of commitment, strength, integrity and courage. We will look to build off of our past successes, focusing on business, hockey and our community ties in building future success both on and off the ice.”
Tood Doherty was a member of the previous board and has been involved with the team over the past ten years as a scout, director and broadcaster.The Prince George Spruce Kings are a community owned team operated under a not for profit model and governed by a Board of Directors looking after all aspects of the hockey club including the Annual Spruce Kings Show Home Lottery. The club’s bylaws state that there are to be a minimum of ten members on the board with no maximum.
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