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New faces at 50 Wynford.

Two new members have joined the staff of the Women's Missionary Society at church offices.

Stephen Orticello, who joins The Book Room as resource consultant, is happy to be the first man to work for the WMS. Actually, Stephen is not entirely new, having served as resource consultant on a contract basis for the past year. In his off-hours, he writes music and tries to sing.

Holly Wilson is the new editor of Glad Tidings, succeeding June Stevenson who retired in June. Before taking over at the editor's desk, Holly was store/Internet manager for a bookstore in Newmarket, Ont. She has also worked as project coordinator for a non-profit magazine that promoted literacy for youth. She is currently pursuing an arts degree in English and a biblical studies certificate at York University, Toronto. Holly and her husband, Rick, attend St. Andrew's, Newmarket.
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