Executive order as lacrosse votes in new leaders

Chilliwack Minor Lacrosse shuffled the deck, and Jamie Scott is stepping in as the new president.

Chilliwack Minor Lacrosse members held their annual general meeting Sept. 28, voting in a brand new leadership group.

Starting at the top, Mike Ortutay steps into the role of past president, with Jamie Scott taking over as CMLA president.

Simon Traskey will serve as the vice president of operations, with  Brandon Mulligan as the VP of development and Peter Moffatt the VP of marketing.

Jennifer Moffatt is the treasurer and Leah Wilson the secretary.

Dustin Cavanaugh serves as head coach.

Ryan Mulligan is the head referee.

The scheduler is Wonda Warren and the equipment manager is Scott Abel, while Tina Ortutay handles registration and web admin.

Get more online at chilliwackminorlacrosse.com.

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