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Carolyn was born in Peace River and raised in the Municipal District of Peace. She and her husband Mike operate a trucking company along with their sons in Northern Sunrise County. They retired from mixed farming in the spring of 2010 which they operated for over 30 years. Carolyn worked in the educational system as a Certified Teacher Assistant with a Structure of Intellect background. Carolyn entered municipal politics in 1998, and was elected Reeve of Northern Sunrise County in 2000. Carolyn Kolebaba was elected as the first female Vice President for the Alberta Association of Municipal Districts and Counties (AAMDC) and served from 2005 – 2008. In the fall of 2010, she was re-elected as Vice President. Carolyn sits on the Clean Air Strategic Alliance Board, Alberta Municipal Health and Safety Association, R.W. Hay Awards, Government-Industry Joint Geophysical steering Committee, and Local Authority Pension Plan Stakeholder Consultation Group. In her role as municipal Councillor, Carolyn is the Chair of the Northwest Corridor Development Corporation (NCDC) joint committee with membership that is comprised of Industry and governments in British Columbia, the Northwest Territories, and Alberta. Carolyn is also on the executive of the Peace Library System and Mackenzie Municipal Services Agency. Furthermore, Carolyn is the regional representative for the Northern Alberta Municipal Zone for Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM). She sits on the Northern and Remote, Transportation, and Environment committees of FCM. Carolyn is an active volunteer in her community and enjoys being around people. Her love for making the community a better place to live has her on a journey that she is very grateful for and greatly enjoys.
Audrey is one of the 3rd generation members of a fourth generation family farm in the Nampa area.

A love for the outdoors and agriculture results in many interests including being surrounded by most domestic animals, looking after our natural environment, spending time on or near water, sustainable food production, and educating the 97% urban population in our province that 3% really matters three times a day.

Once indoors, sports like hockey and skating and crafts like sewing ensure there are no moments of boredom.

We cannot live without neighbours and family who support us and in return we reciprocate by contributing first, to the benefit of our family members, and secondly, to the community that we live in.

Audrey is married to Don, has 3 adult children – Christal (Darryl), AJ (Paulette) and Lori (Derrick) and 4 grandchildren – Cohen, Matty, Mason and Alyssa.

Dan was born and raised in the Peace Country. Dan and his wife Claudette have been residents of Ward 3 – Marie Reine/Judah since 1987 where they enjoyed raising their three children. Dan was elected to the Francophone School Board {Trustee 1994-97}. He’s been involved with the Marie Reine Community Hall, having served a few terms as Club President. Dan retired from the Alberta Forest Service in 2016 after 35 yrs of working as a Communication Technician. Dan & Claudette enjoy camping, kayaking and especially playing with and spoiling their Grand Children, Kellan and Mila. Dan is very proud to serve his Community of Marie Reine/Judah as Municipal Councillor to help make Northern Sunrise County a great place to live for all its Residents.
Norm was born and raised in the Peace Country and has been a resident of ward 4 since 1995. He has two wonderful children, Mathieu and Josee and an awesome girlfriend, Lise. The second term Councillor is honored to be representing Northern Sunrise County as Deputy Reeve for the first time. Norm has volunteered for many organizations over the years and enjoys serving his community. He is looking forward to another productive 4 years on council.
My husband Mike Williams and I moved to the area in 1993 from England where we have raised our two children Matthew and Jasmine and built up our Apiary Business. I recently retired from my 25 years profession as a Registered Massage Therapist. I have served on many boards and committees and always volunteered for activities through the children’s schools and sports programs. I am currently Chair of Northern Sunrise Rural Crime Watch and a volunteer for the St Isidore/Three Creeks Fire Department where I have just completed my National Professional Firefighter Certification and the Fire Medical Responder Training.
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In person: Junction of Highway 2 and Sunrise Road
Mail: Bag 1300, Peace River Alberta, T8S 1Y9

2017 Council Meeting Schedule:
September 12
September 26
October 10
October 24
November 7
November 28
December 12
Regular Council Meetings start at 9:30 a.m. and are held in the Council Chamber at the Northern Sunrise County Adminsitration Building located at 135 Sunrise Road.

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