President, West Rouge Community Association
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As the seasons change, and the weather gets warmer, we welcome new opportunities to gather with wonderful neighbours. One constant variable throughout the seasons, however, is the dedication of the WRCA, and our love for this neighbourhood. Our mission is to serve the diverse needs of our community in a variety of ways: a) we advocate for the preservation of the natural elements of our community; b) we advocate for responsible
growth and development by working with all levels of government; and c) we strive to keep you informed about local events, groups, or social causes. We strive to be your voice, and will always work hard to have your best interests at heart. As a local community organization, we strive to keep our members informed about local issues, and we do so by using a variety of methods including: West Rouge Life Magazine, our website www.westrouge.org, on Facebook www.facebook.com/westrougeca, our monthly email newsletters, and our electronic sign located on Island Road (beside No Frills).
The WRCA board continues to evolve and progress. As a community organization, we are always on the lookout for new ideas, new energy and new perspectives. Our board of directors has a wide array of backgrounds, skills and lived experiences, and this diversity plays an important part in our success and our ability to serve the West Rouge community. Joining the WRCA board is a great way to give back to your community and be involved on the forefront of community development and enrichment. If you are interested in learning more, please do not hesitate to reach out!
The West Rouge Community Association would not be possible without the dedicated commitment and efforts of our volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering your time and giving back to your community, we have a variety of roles that may be of interest to you. Please feel free to contact me at: email@example.com.
I want to extend my appreciation and gratitude to the numerous community volunteers who dedicate themselves to producing West Rouge Life magazine, including our amazing Street Captains and Area Coordinators who provide delivery, and to our valued advertiser contributions which support costs associated with design and printing. We would not be able to provide you this publication without the dedication and hard work of these individuals.
In conclusion, I would like to encourage everyone who has yet to purchase their $15 annual membership to do so, and I thank those who have already renewed for their continued support. Your membership contributions are invested directly in our community and help fund the work of the association, which includes supporting local events and initiatives in West Rouge.