Join us in building a better community for all

March 22, 2016:  Are you looking for a meaningful way to give back to the Highlands Community?  Looking to volunteer in the community or get to know your neighbours better?  Or maybe you would just like to share your skills or learn new skill. If any of these resonate with you, consider joining us.


The board of the Highlands Community League is looking for community-minded neighbours to join the board.


We will be electing a number of director positions at the 2016 AGM meeting May 30.  Below are a list of the available positions and a bit on what’s entails for each.


President (2 year term): Acts as spokesperson for the Board; liaison between League and other external groups and chairs league meetings.


Treasurer (2 year term): Receives and banks all monies received by Society; keeps proper account of all receipts and disbursements; reports upon the state of the treasury.


Programs Director (2 year term):  Works with the city and community to create opportunity for programming that benefits the community.


Civic Affairs Director (2 year term): Monitors and reports on land use, transportation issues and other civic concerns; other duties that pertain to that office.


Facilities Director (2 year term): Manages maintenance of Hall, rink and grounds; schedules use of League facilities; other duties that pertain to that office.


Volunteer Director (2 year term): Recruits community volunteers for various League events.


Membership Director (2 year term): Canvasses for membership; collects fees; other duties that pertain to that office.


Events and Social Director (1 year term): Plans and organizes League events (eg. Pancake Breakfast)


Sports Director (1 year term): Reviews/prepares policy and procedures related to sports programs; recruits coaches and delegates responsibilities associated with that office.


If you are interested in joining the board or learning more about the positions, contact Jessica at or Click Here to view the full description of each board role.

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