Trustee candidate Paul McManus

School District 33: McManus, Paul: school trustee – Combining experience, knowledge and action for positive change

Paul McManus.

Do you want someone with almost 30 years of Business Management experience, working with large corporations, local business, as well as owning their own business?   YES, YOU DO!

Do you want someone who’s active in the school community, volunteering as a coach, as well as spearheading significant fundraising events for local schools such as the Drive 4UR School program?    YES, YOU DO!

Do you want someone with experience working on boards, such as PHECSA (Promontory Heights Elementary Community School Association), with multiple years as Chair & Vice Chair?   YES, YOU DO!

Do you want someone who has had close association with teachers & administrators for the past 25 years, and thus gained a strong understanding of the system and the challenges it faces?   YES, YOU DO!

Do you want someone who grew up in Chilliwack, completing their schooling in the Chilliwack public school system all the way through grade 12?               YES, YOU DO!

Do you want someone who has raised their children in Chilliwack, and guided them through the Chilliwack public school system over the past 16 years?

YES, YOU DO!

I am that candidate and I’m asking for your vote for School Trustee on November 15, 2014.

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