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Cindy Turner

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(204) 5​​90-7507 
Ward 1

School Board Member since 2015
 
 
 
 
Cindy Turner has lived in Windsor Park for nearly 30 years. She has a passion for helping those in need and has spent the past 20 years actively pursuing that passion. Cindy worked as Donor Services Coordinator at United Way for nearly 17 years and is currently working for Marsh Canada.

Her mission as member of the Louis Riel School Division Board of Trustees is to be a voice for the community and to ensure that the Board is providing the right tools and supports required to enable children to succeed.

Cindy believes that a strong public education system and quality education can help children flourish, no matter their background or situation. "Children are the future and they need to be prepared for what lies ahead," she says.
 
 
 
   
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RT @kimberleyadair: Students are preparing to showcase their projects publicly to families & guests next week @wpcLRSD! Last minute details, practice presentations & peer feedback were in the works today! One group brought cookies made with an ancient Egyptian recipe! #PBL @MsOlynyk @MrsFedoruk https://t.co/0cMHFr0835

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RT @belleghemLRSD: It was so much fun reading to students for #PinkShirtDay2020 & seeing the positive ways we can make a difference each & everyday. Each voice counts💗 https://t.co/2CiZYxUyE1

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RT @guyotLRSD: Pink Shirt Day assembly today included a visit from Franco, who was also dressed in his finest pink shirt! #rosepourlacause https://t.co/ixPUMi2pBk

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