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Gherasim sworn in as Corman Park Police Chief

Corman Park Police Chief Warren Gherasim takes the oath of office under the watchful gaze of Corman Park Police Commission Chair Jim Christie and Corman Park Reeve Judy Harwood on January 11

There’s a changing of the guard at the Corman Park Police Service (CPPS).

Sergeant Warren Gherasim, a former Staff Sergeant with the Warman RCMP detachment and a four-year veteran of the CPPS, officially took over as Chief of Police of the eight-member police force on Friday, January 11. Continue reading “Gherasim sworn in as Corman Park Police Chief”

Christie named Corman Park Citizen of Year

Jim Christie was visibly moved when he received the 2017 Corman Park Citizen of the Year Award at the rural municipality’s annual ratepayers meeting in Saskatoon on Wednesday, October 18.
It wasn’t something he expected, but it’s definitely something he deserves.

Corman Park Chief Administrative Officer Adam Tittemore (left) and Corman Park Reeve Judy Harwood (right) present the Corman Park 2017 Citizen of the Year Award to Jim and Lorraine Christie at the municipality’s annual meeting in Saskatoon on Wednesday, October 18

“For the past twenty years, Jim has shown leadership and commitment to the RM that has reached beyond expectations,” said Corman Park Reeve Judy Harwood. “He resided in Cathedral Bluffs Estates from 1998 to 2015, and remains a property owner in the RM.”
Christie was instrumental in establishing the Cathedral Bluffs hamlet board, on which he served for 18 years, and always ensured the hamlet’s water supply and roads were safe for residents. Continue reading “Christie named Corman Park Citizen of Year”