United Way of Colchester announces volunteer campaign co-chairs

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This year marks diamond anniversary

TRURO–Paul Clark and Greg Johnston, known locally as “The Bald Boys,” owners of Inglis Jewellers, will be this year’s United Way of Colchester Workplace Campaign co-chairmen.

United Way of Colchester executive director Terry Hearn, left, and Keltie Jones, right, organization chairwoman are pleased to welcome Paul Clark and Greg Johnston, owners of Inglis Jewellers, as this year’s Workplace Campaign co-chairmen. SUBMITTED PHOTO

 “We’re honoured to be part of the United Way and the local charities it supports. We believe they make a real difference in our community,”  said Johnson, in a news release.

Clark added, “We’re looking forward to working with the United Way and making this the best campaign ever.”

The 2013 Campaign exceeded the organization’s goal of $230,000 and raised $242,000 to invest in local community based services and programs.  The 2014 goal will be announced at the annual kick-off luncheon that takes place Sept. 17 at the Best Western Glengarry.

“The board and staff are incredibly pleased to welcome Paul and Greg to the United Way of Colchester’s Campaign Team. As well respected and community minded business leaders in Colchester, we know they will effectively lead our volunteer campaign team during our diamond anniversary this year,” said Keltie Jones, chairwoman of the United Way of Colchester County.

 Executive director Terry Hearn said anniversaries are a time of celebration, new energy and new goals.

“Having the Bald Boys lead our diamond campaign will bring stunning results that will benefit our community,” said Hearn. “Their creative and innovative ideas will help us make lasting change in our community.”

For more information contact the United Way office at 895-9313 or ed@colchester.unitedway.ca

Organizations: United Way, Bald Boys

Geographic location: Colchester County

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