District 7 election results
Joleen Shea has been elected to the SCA board of directors for District 7 to replace outgoing board member Paula Larson. Willam Coventry was also running for the board position.
The election took place at the Kerrobert Community Centre on October 20th.
“I would just like to thank everyone who came out to vote. I am looking forward to representing District 7 over the next two years,” says Joleen.
SCA Chair Arnold Balicki said “Congratulations to Joleen Shea for being elected to the SCA board. We look forward to working with her when she takes over from long time board member Paula Larson this February. I would also like to thank William Coventry for putting his name forward.”
Meet the District 7 2020 Candidates
Joleen lives in the Kindersley area where she operates a farm with her parents. They have a herd of 250 commercial cows where they breed Black Angus and Black Simmental. She recently became a full time farmer after working in the grain industry for the past 15 years while working farming part time. Joleen serves on the boards for the RM of Kindersley Rural Crime and Eagle Lake Grazing Corp. Joleen looks forward to the opportunity of representing her fellow cattle producers through the SCA.
William and his family manage a mixed operation of 320 pure bred and commercial cows, 1200 acres of cultivated land, plus 160 acres of flood irrigation on the South Saskatchewan River. His main headquarters is located 5 miles west of Mantario. Some of his community involvement includes being President of the Mantario Lions Club, and the Chesterfield Water Users Assoc. He is also involved in the 4-H community. William looks forward to representing District 7.