The Dryden GM Ice Dogs have announced that Vice-President Colleen Oliphant has resigned.

President of the GM Ice Dogs, Mike Sveinson says Oliphant has made an impact on not only the organization, but the community. 

"Colleen and Darren are both strong supporters of our team and we will miss having her energy, dedication and hard work on our team.  Her most recent leadership as chair of the Dudley-Hewitt Cup exhibited not only her love of hockey but her love of our community.  Dryden is a better place because of people like Colleen Oliphant," he says. 

In May, she was moved from Secretary to fill the position of previous V.P, Malcolm Robertson.

There has not been an transition announcement.

For more information: 

Ice Dogs elect new officers 

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