BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Chelsea joined LDSCR as a Board Member in 2016. She graduated from the Recreation & Leisure Management Program at SIAST Kelsey Campus and has a passion for parks and recreation. Chelsea is currently the Director of Parks & Recreation for the Town of Nipawin.
CHERYL BAUER HYDE
Cheryl joined LDSCR as a Board Member in 2009. She currently serves as Vice Chair, and sits on the Creative Kids Adjudication Committee. Cheryl lives at Emma Lake, serving on the CPL Recreation Committee and Lakeland Recreation Board.
Miranda has been a LDSCR Board Member since 2011. She graduated from the Education Associate Program at SIAST Kelsey Campus and is currently the Recreation Director for the Town of Carrot River.
Carla joined LDSCR as a Board Member in 2012. She and her husband are enjoying retired life but continue to farm on their family farm operation in Porcupine Plain. Carla is a well-versed volunteer who is still actively involved in her community.
Erin joined the LDSCR as a Board Member in 2012. She graduated from the Recreation and Leisure Program at SIAST Kelsey Campus and is currently the Community Developer for the Town of Wakaw. Erin is the current Chair of the Lakeland Creative Kids Committee.
Curtis first joined the LDSCR Board in 2009 and served as chairperson from 2011 to 2015; he is now back on the Board since 2020. Curtis is a graduate of the University of Regina with a Bachelor of Kinesiology with a minor in Psychology. He is currently employed with the City of Prince Albert where he works as the Sport & Recreation Manager.
Guylaine is from Rosthern and joined LDSCR as a Board Member in 2019. She is currently the CAO for the Saskatchewan Association of Recreation Professionals and the Administrator for the Twin Rivers District.
Ken joined the LDSCR as a Board Member in 2021. He is a well-respected and well known Saskatchewan athlete, coach and volunteer from the sport of weightlifting. Ken has sat on a variety of committees over the past several years in a number of positions and capacities. Ken and his wife Debbie are residents of Prince Albert.