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Harry Schellenberg

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Board Member

Community Ministry for Ex-Offenders
 
Background

Employment History

  • President
    Rossmere NDP
  • President
    Manitoba NDP
  • President
    Manitoba Parents for German Education

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Founder, Board Member
    Chief Peguis Health
  • Founding Board Member
    Chief Peguis Health
  • Board Member
    UNICEF
  • Board Member
    Fitness Centre

Education

  • B.A.
    University of Manitoba
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Web References
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www.ndpcaucus.mb.ca, 16 Mar 2007 [cached]
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Harry Schellenberg
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Harry and his family have lived in North Kildonan for over 30 years.He has taught in Manitoba for more than 30 years, including over 20 years at River East Collegiate.While he taught Canadian History and World Issues at the River East Collegiate, he was involved in many extracurricular activities such as manager of the Football Club, coordinator of the UNICEF Club, staff member of the Travel Club, and soccer coach.During his long teaching career, Harry continued his education and received a B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed. and a pre-M.A. from the University of Manitoba.
Harry has also been involved in the community which includes the following: board member of the Community Ministry for Ex-Offenders, part of Open Circle (MCC program) which is a visitation program with inmates at Stony Mountain Penitentary, founding board member of the Chief Peguis Health and Fitness Centre, coached soccer at the Gateway Community Club, former board member of UNICEF, founding President of the Manitoba Parents for German Education, and a volunteer with the annual MCC Relief Sale.
Harry was first elected to the Manitoba Legislature in a by-election in 1993.He lost in the general election of 1995 by just 200 votes, but was returned as the MLA for Rossmere in the general election of 1999.He was re-elected in 2003.
Harry was involved in the political arena for many years before he was first elected to the Legislature.He was President of the Rossmere NDP from 1995 to 1999 and served as President of the Manitoba NDP from 1997 to 1999.He was worked in most provincial and federal elections over the last few decades.Harry has also been involved extensively in work at the constituency level over many years, which involved membership work and fundraising.
Since the 1999 election, Harry has served on various committees and has been the chair of Finance, Justice and Education committees during estimates debates and on occasions he has been called to fill the Speaker's Chair and to chair the debates in the Legislature.
Harry and his wife have two children and attend the Douglas Mennonite Church.
Harry ...
www.ndpcaucus.mb.ca, 7 June 2007 [cached]
Harry Schellenberg
Madam Deputy Speaker, I rise today to acknowledge and highlight the 10 years of good service that Harry Schellenberg, the previous MLA for Rossmere, provided both to the people of his constituency and to Manitoba as a whole.
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Before becoming a member of the Legislative Assembly, Harry spent over 30 years as a history and world issues teacher, challenging young minds to think more critically about global issues and encouraging his students to consider the importance of social justice.
Harry was always active in the political arena long before he became an elected official, serving as the president of the Rossmere NDP from 1995 to 1999, and as the president of the Manitoba NDP from 1997 to 1999.
Moving to the political arena was a natural fit for Harry given his long history of service to his community.During the over 25 years that he has resided in North Kildonan, he has served as a president of the Manitoba Parents for German Education, a former board member of UNICEF and a founding board member of the Chief Peguis Health and Fitness Centre.Throughout his time as a representative in the Legislature, Harry was known for his active involvement with Rossmere's community groups and was a well-known face at their events.He often visited seniors blocks and hosted coffee parties as a way to reach out to those of his constituents that were not able to attend other community activities.
Harry not only served his constituents but also his fellow members by serving for a time as Deputy Speaker and also as chair of the Legislature's finance, justice and education committees, to name just a few.
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I look forward to serving Rossmere with the same kind of dedication and integrity that Harry Schellenberg demonstrated for his community.
Harry Schellenberg | ...
www.ndpcaucus.mb.ca, 16 Mar 2007 [cached]
Harry Schellenberg | Harry Schellenberg - Rossmere
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Harry Schellenberg | Harry Schellenberg - Rossmere
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Photo of Harry Schellenberg
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Harry Schellenberg
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Harry and his family have lived in North Kildonan for over 30 years.He has taught in Manitoba for more than 30 years, including over 20 years at River East Collegiate.While he taught Canadian History and World Issues at the River East Collegiate, he was involved in many extracurricular activities such as manager of the Football Club, coordinator of the UNICEF Club, staff member of the Travel Club, and soccer coach.During his long teaching career, Harry continued his education and received a B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed. and a pre-M.A. from the University of Manitoba.
Harry has also been involved in the community which includes the following: board member of the Community Ministry for Ex-Offenders, part of Open Circle (MCC program) which is a visitation program with inmates at Stony Mountain Penitentary, founding board member of the Chief Peguis Health and Fitness Centre, coached soccer at the Gateway Community Club, former board member of UNICEF, founding President of the Manitoba Parents for German Education, and a volunteer with the annual MCC Relief Sale.
Harry was first elected to the Manitoba Legislature in a by-election in 1993.He lost in the general election of 1995 by just 200 votes, but was returned as the MLA for Rossmere in the general election of 1999.He was re-elected in 2003.
Harry was involved in the political arena for many years before he was first elected to the Legislature.He was President of the Rossmere NDP from 1995 to 1999 and served as President of the Manitoba NDP from 1997 to 1999.He was worked in most provincial and federal elections over the last few decades.Harry has also been involved extensively in work at the constituency level over many years, which involved membership work and fundraising.
Since the 1999 election, Harry has served on various committees and has been the chair of Finance, Justice and Education committees during estimates debates and on occasions he has been called to fill the Speaker's Chair and to chair the debates in the Legislature.
Harry and his wife have two children and attend the Douglas Mennonite Church.
About Harry Schellenberg
www.mb.ndp.ca, 14 July 2002 [cached]
Harry Schellenberg
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Harry SchellenbergHarry and his family have lived in North Kildonan for over 30 years.He has taught in Manitoba for more than 30 years, including over 20 years at River East Collegiate.While he taught Canadian History and World Issues at the River East Collegiate, he was involved in many extracurricular activities such as manager of the Football Club, coordinator of the UNICEF Club, staff member of the Travel Club, and soccer coach.During his long teaching career, Harry continued his education and received a B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed. and a pre-M.A. from the University of Manitoba.
Harry has also been involved in the community which includes the following: board member of the Community Ministry for Ex-Offenders, part of Open Circle (MCC program) which is a visitation program with inmates at Stony Mountain Penitentary, founding board member of the Chief Peguis Health and Fitness Centre, coached soccer at the Gateway Community Club, former board member of UNICEF, founding President of the Manitoba Parents for German Education, and a volunteer with the annual MCC Relief Sale.
Harry was first elected to the Manitoba Legislature in a by-election in 1993.He lost in the general election of 1995 by just 200 votes, but was returned as the MLA for Rossmere in the general election of 1999.He was re-elected in 2003.
Harry was involved in the political arena for many years before he was first elected to the Legislature.He was President of the Rossmere NDP from 1995 to 1999 and served as President of the Manitoba NDP from 1997 to 1999.He was worked in most provincial and federal elections over the last few decades.Harry has also been involved extensively in work at the constituency level over many years, which involved membership work and fundraising.
Since the 1999 election, Harry has served on various committees and has been the chair of Finance, Justice and Education committees during estimates debates and on occasions he has been called to fill the Speaker's Chair and to chair the debates in the Legislature.
Harry and his wife have two children and attend the Douglas Mennonite Church.
Meet Harry Schellenberg - MLA, Rossmere
www.ndpcaucus.mb.ca, 24 June 2002 [cached]
Harry and his family have lived in North Kildonan for over 30 years.He has taught in Manitoba for more than 30 years, including over 20 years at River East Collegiate.While he taught Canadian History and World Issues at the River East Collegiate, he was involved in many extracurricular activities such as manager of the Football Club, coordinator of the UNICEF Club, staff member of the Travel Club, and soccer coach.During his long teaching career, Harry continued his education and received a B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed. and a pre-M.A. from the University of Manitoba.
Harry has also been involved in the community which includes the following: board member of the Community Ministry for Ex-Offenders, part of Open Circle (MCC program) which is a visitation program with inmates at Stony Mountain Penitentary, founding board member of the Chief Peguis Health and Fitness Centre, coached soccer at the Gateway Community Club, former board member of UNICEF, founding President of the Manitoba Parents for German Education, and a volunteer with the annual MCC Relief Sale.
Harry was first elected to the Manitoba Legislature in a by-election in 1993.He lost in the general election of 1995 by just 200 votes, but was returned as the MLA for Rossmere in the general election of 1999.He was re-elected in 2003.
Harry was involved in the political arena for many years before he was first elected to the Legislature.He was President of the Rossmere NDP from 1995 to 1999 and served as President of the Manitoba NDP from 1997 to 1999.He was worked in most provincial and federal elections over the last few decades.Harry has also been involved extensively in work at the constituency level over many years, which involved membership work and fundraising.
Since the 1999 election, Harry has served on various committees and has been the chair of Finance, Justice and Education committees during estimates debates and on occasions he has been called to fill the Speaker's Chair and to chair the debates in the Legislature.
Harry and his wife have two children and attend the Douglas Mennonite Church.
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