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Kawartha Lakes invites volunteers to apply for a variety of committees
October 3, 2016 - The City invites those interested in volunteering on one of eleven Boards and Committees of Council to apply by October 21, 2016.
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Citizen Appointments
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Agricultural Development Advisory Board (ADAB)
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Agricultural Development Advisory Board
The Agriculture Development Advisory Board is a volunteer board appointed by City Council. ADAB will provide advice and assistance to Council and Economic development “to optimize economic opportunities available to and within the City by aggressively working towards the implementation of activities focused on the continued growth and prosperity of the rural areas and agricultural sector of the City of Kawartha Lakes.”
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Burnt River Community Centre Volunteer Management Committee
Terms of Reference
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Burnt River Community Centre
To manage the Burnt River Community Centre facility with volunteers and in the most cost-effective way while maximizing community use of the facility and its surrounding lands.
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Carden Community Centre Management Committee
Terms of Reference
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Carden Community Centre Management Board
To manage the Carden Community Centre facility with volunteers and in the most cost-effective way while maximizing community use of the facility and it’s surrounding lands.
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Coboconk Railway Station Volunteer Management Committee
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Coboconk Railway Station
To oversee and administer the continuing restoration of the Coboconk Railway Station as a heritage and cultural museum highlighting the significance of the Sheddon Area. To manage the Coboconk Railway Station facility with volunteers and in the most cost-effective way while maximizing community use of the facility and its surrounding lands.
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