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Week of November 29, 2004
Southern Alberta trustee again heads ACSTA
By WCR Staff
Marilyn Welsch, a trustee in the Holy Spirit Regional Catholic School division based in Lethbridge, has been re-elected for a second term as president of the Alberta Catholic School Trustees' Association.
The election was held Nov. 21 during the trustees' annual convention in Edmonton.
Elk Island trustee Ted Paszek was chosen as vice-president.
Welsch was first elected in 1996 as a school trustee in the Holy Family School District and has since served on numerous boards and committees.
An active member of St. Michael's Parish in Pincher Creek, she has also been a member of the Catholic Women's League since 1979.
Welsch grew up in Vancouver where she obtained a bachelor of science in agriculture degree from UBC in 1977.
A mother of four children and co-operator of a family feedlot and ranching operation at Pincher Creek, Welsch was the first female grain elevator operator in Alberta.
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