Positions of trust and volunteers elected for 2021

AYY employs more than 150 volunteers and trustees each year. Decisions will be made in late autumn and early next year. This news will be updated with the people elected to positions of trust and volunteers for 2021 when the decisions are confirmed.
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Elected persons

Updated 30.1.2021

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