View Royal rep needed for parks and rec. board, deadline Friday

Town looking for a community representative on West Shore Parks and Rec Society board

The Town of View Royal is on the hunt for a resident or property owner willing to volunteer for a year to sit on the West Shore Parks and Recreation Society board of directors as a Town representative. The successful applicant would demonstrate an interest in parks, recreation, athletics or organized sports. Background or expertise in the financial or operational workings of community recreation facilities is an asset.

The board meets on the second Thursday every month and sets policy and guidelines for the operation of West Shore Parks and Recreation and its facilities, through the administrator and staff.

Application forms are available at the town hall or online at http://bit.ly/1wn6Fqj. Completed forms should be submitted no later than 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 5. Call Kim Anema at 250-479-6800 for more information.

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