Head, Clara and Maria Local History
New Clerk
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Pembroke Daily Observer, January 21 1970


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12 The Pembroke Observer Wednesday, January 21, 1970

NEW CLERK

MACKEY (Special) — Mrs. Paul Senack of Bissett's Ont. is the new clerk-treasurer for the township of Head, Clara and Maria. She took office Jan. 1, 1970 following the retirement of Mrs. Elmer Donnelly from the position. Mrs. Senack has served as the secretary - treasurer of the public and separate schools in the township and is currently the postmistress at Bissett's.



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This clipping discusses the appointment of Mrs. Paul Senack to the position of clerk-treasurer for the township of Head, Clara and Maria following the retirement of Mrs. Elmer Donnelly.
Place of Publication:
Pembroke, Ontario
Date of Original:
January 21 1970
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Loretta Boissonneault
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 46.16682 Longitude: -77.79951
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Copyright Date:
1970
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Pembroke Daily Observer
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New Clerk


This clipping discusses the appointment of Mrs. Paul Senack to the position of clerk-treasurer for the township of Head, Clara and Maria following the retirement of Mrs. Elmer Donnelly.