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Chutes welcomes new operations manager

The Chutes Coulonge Park held its annual general meeting on May 1, with over 20 stakeholders and local officials in attendance. The board of directors were introduced to Élizabeth Khoury (pictured), who has been hired as the new operations manager for the organization.

CALEB NICKERSON
MANSFIELD ET PONTEFRACT May 1, 2018
On May 1, the Chutes Coulonge Park held its annual general meeting, bringing out over 20 stakeholders and officials. The park is a historic site that is run by a non-profit organization, offering ziplining, low ropes courses and hiking trails along the Coulonge River.
Michel Laporte, a community organizer with the Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux de l’Outaouais (CISSSO) led the meeting, explaining that the park had been without a director since October of 2017, and was currently in a restructuring period.
Former general manager Jean-François Dubois left after five years as manager, and Laporte said that he didn't complete an annual report before departing, leaving them with scant data on the previous year's activities.

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