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Dennis Noon back on Catholic school board

Rev. Dennis Noon, who was a trustee on the local Catholic school board for many years before deciding not to run in 2010, is back on the board.
He was picked last week from among five people who were vying to be named to the Wellington Catholic District School Board for the next few months to replace trustee Nan Anderson, who died recently.
The board’s trustees met in open session to pick someone to replace Anderson from now until the civic elections to be held on Oct. 27. Five candidates made articulate presentations to the board last week, a news release said.
“We are gratified by the community response to this untimely vacancy due to the death of Nan,” board chair Marino Gazzola said in the release. “Each candidate clearly expressed their passion for the value of Catholic education to the quality of life in Guelph and Wellington.”
Noon is a former chair of the board and pastor of the Church of Our Lady Immaculate parish in downtown Guelph, the release said. “He brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the board table in providing a continuation of the service to all ratepayers,” it said.
Noon announced in September 2010 that he wouldn’t be seeking another term on the board in the elections that fall.

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