Take your involvement with the SKABC community to the next level by joining the club executive. Update: specifically volunteers are needed for website development and to send out course surveys. There are also opportunities to assist in other roles. Job descriptions are here. The list of officers and positions for this past year is on the Contact page.
The executive meets about 10 times a year in the evening mid-month -- it's a lot of fun with refreshments provided.
The Annual General Meeting is in November so now's the time to let us know if you're interested. Email Chantal and Susan at email@example.com to discuss what opportunities fit your interests, experience and availability.
Thanks Nancy M for the heads up on Ecomarine's liquidation -- the following is from Jericho's newsletter:
Details are still being finalized for the liquidation of Ecomarine's inventory. It could be announced as early as today.
Maynard's is the liquidator; keep a weather eye on their site:
Looking to get more involved in SKABC? Join the club executive in Programs. The Programs Officer plans our monthly club meetings and is a great way to become immersed in the paddling community.
The role involves booking guest speakers for 2020 meetings, introducing guest speakers at the meetings, coordinating with club officers to add announcements and other topics, and attending monthly Executive meetings.
Also the Programs Officer has the opportunity to meet with guest speakers for dinner prior to the club meeting, along with other members of the Executive. The Programs role can be a shared position.
Email Chantal and Susan at firstname.lastname@example.org asap to find out more.
SKABC Conservation volunteers braved the rain yet again, this time at Belcarra Regional Park! Our focus was on removing invasive English ivy and holly plants from Admiralty Point. A significant area was cleared, many impressive roots pulled out, and lots of laughs were had! We even snuck in a nice paddle around Indian Arm on the way back. Thank you to all who showed up and to Vancouver Regional Parks for facilitating this event. We will be at it again on October 20th at Widgeon Creek.
The sun came out for the annual BBQ at Locarno Beach on Aug 21 and more than 30 people attended. The club provided smokies and people brought potluck items. Thanks to the social committee and all who made it a fun night.