Winfield Skating Club needs new volunteers

Become a part of the skating club by being a director on the volunteer board. Nomination papers due Wednesday Feb. 25.

The Winfield Skating Club is looking for some new blood on its board of directors after several volunteers have decided to step down.

The club is experiencing a turnover this year on the board of directors and is in need of new officers and new directors to volunteer in order to ensure a smooth transition for the next skating season.

The skating club is looking for volunteers to get involved in the future of the children’s skating programs.

The club says it requires a minimal time commitment but is integral to keeping the kids on the ice.

To get involved please hand in the nomination form prior to Feb. 25.

The forms can be emailed to the club at wfsc1069@hotmail.com or handed into the figure skating office at the rink during skating hours. Vice-president Denise Comeau will be accepting the forms on Monday Feb. 23 or Wednesday Feb. 25 from 5:30-7 p.m. in the office.

The skating club’s annual general meeting is scheduled for March 11 from 5 to 7 p.m.

For more information email wfsc1069@hotmail.com.

 

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