Kester Nurse Your Island New Democratic representative for District 26 - Alberton - Bloomfield
Kester has lived in District 26 for the last 7 years and is enthusiastic about improving the economic footprint of the area so that all the people of District 26 will benefit. Kester has been a member of the West Prince Chamber of Commerce for the last 6 years, which includes 2 years of working directly with the Chamber to improve the Rural-Labour Market. He has run a small business in the area aimed at helping other small businesses with marketing and how to present a strong social media presence.
Kester is currently active with the West Prince Storm Soccer Association, using his soccer skills to coach boys at all age levels, introducing and highlighting the importance of physical fitness and team-work.
As a passionate NDP candidate in District 26, Kester has the support of his wife Sherry, children Kai and Kip, and of course the family dog, Rusty.
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