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Born and raised in Kelowna, Noel Wentworth has always been passionate about giving back to his community.
Along side his wife and two children, Noel has been instrumental in raising over $270,000 for the Kelowna General Hospital’s paediatric ward, helped build Joe Anna’s House, the Foundry and the MADD 911 signs around out city. He has also established high school credit for students in BC studying popular music, organized and donated his time to provide free interactive musical events for the public and at risk children as well as supported walks for MS and Hospice.
Noel has been a business owner, manager, organizer, performing artist and teacher. He is also a volunteer member of the Central Okanagan Economic Development Commission (COEDC) representing Arts and Culture for the Central Okanagan.
Through his various roles, Noel has become an excellent listener, problem solver, team player and creative mind. Within the past few months, He has watched many recorded and in person city council meetings to become familiar with our Cities plans and needs.
Noel would be honoured to bring his experience and skills to serve on Kelowna city council.
Reason for running
Now that I’ve retired from my position of Vice president of Education and Media at Wentworth Music, it’s time to take on my next decision making role.
I have taken in many in person and previously recorded city council meetings to be as prepared as I can. The whole process has been not only enlightening but also fascinating and exciting to me.
You see, Kelowna has been my home my entire life. I have given my time, fundraised and volunteered here since I was 11 years old. To see what’s happening behind the scenes and learn about how we can help shape our city is an exciting and privileged position I would love to be a part of.
It has given me great pride in the past to be involved as part of a team and then seeing the results as we make improvements.
It would be an honour to serve our community as a councillor on Kelowna City Council.