Comox Valley Lifelong Learning Association AGM

Tuesday, Nov. 17

Comox Valley Lifelong Learning Association is having their fourth Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015 from 4-5:30 p.m. at the Job Shop, 103 – 555 4th Street Courtenay, BC. The public is welcome to attend. Sarah McGill, a participant in many of CVLLA’s programs, will share her story as a mother, a student, an advocate of aboriginal education, and as a past participant of many community-based learning programs. After Sarah’s presentation, Danielle Hoogland, Literacy Outreach co-ordinator, will share highlights of the past year and the action plan for the upcoming year.

Those interested in becoming a member may do so at the AGM or by contacting Hoogland at dhoogland@shaw.ca. CVLLA is also accepting nominations for directors.

If you become a member and attend the AGM you will have the opportunity to win one of our fantastic door prizes! Refreshments will also be served. Please RSVP your attendance at our AGM by email: dhoogland@shaw.ca or by phone: 250-897-2623. FMI: www.cvliteracy.ca (under the Events tab).

 

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