A performance from Lake Country's Open Air series last year. The group is holding its AGM next Monday

Lake Country Open Air Society to hold AGM next week

A look back at Lake Country open air performances last year and a look ahead to next year - Volunteers welcome

Folks interested in the Lake Country Open Air musical performances are asked to come out to the group’s Annual General Meeting next week.

The 2013 Open Air Performances AGM will be held Dec. 16 at 5 p.m. in the Carr’s Landing Room of the District of Lake Country Municipal Hall.

Among the topics up for discussion will be reports on this past year’s performances as well as marketing and fundraising for the 2013 season and ideas for the 2014 season.

Annual Nominations will be held for the following positions:

-President

-Vice President

-Treasurer

-Secretary

-Board Members

Volunteers are always needed, so bring your enthusiasm and talent and get involved.

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