What can I do to be more involved in my community?
Being involved in your community makes you a more responsible citizen. You are taking an active role in helping to shape your community. Being more involved can also give you a voice in your community. There are many ways to get involved in your community. Making new connections to your community benefits everyone. If you want to help out in your community, all you need is free time and the desire to make your neighborhood a better place. You can inspire others as well as yourself!
Do you enjoy making a difference and helping others? Would you like to gain experience and skills, while working as a team to create great experiences for people in this community?
• Join the Board of Directors. Click here for more info.
• Contribute to the community.
• Learn more about your Centre.
• Have a say in what happens.
• Meet new people.
• Become an instructor, share your skills.
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Winter 2019-President’s Message New Working Environment in 2019 As we enter 2019, the final year of another decade in the 21st century, we find ourselves with a new Mayor, new Vancouver City Council, and new Park Board. Fresh faces abound. The Kerrisdale Community Centre Society looks forward to a positive relationship with our city… Continue Reading
Are you interested in becoming more involved in the Kerrisdale Community Centre Society? Our AGM will be on February 20, 2019. As a member of the Society you are invited to apply to become a Director and we look forward to your participation. Applications are due by February 9, 2019 to allow adequate time for… Continue Reading
Be informed before you VOTE! Are you wondering what the proposed electoral reform would mean? Listen to our speakers from both sides of the electoral reform debate to explain which system BC should use for provincial elections. SUZANNE ANTON – VOTE NO on proportional representation ANTONY HODGSON – VOTE YES on proportional representation The session will… Continue Reading
Congratulations Brendan McCracken – 2018 KCCS Volunteer of the Year! The Kerrisdale Community Centre Society (KCCS) is very pleased to announce that Brendan McCracken is the recipient of the 2018 Volunteer of the Year Award. Since 2006, Brendan has lived in Kerrisdale and has been coming to the Kerrisdale Seniors Centre for lunch. He noticed… Continue Reading
JOA Update Fall 2018 It is my pleasure to provide this report to Society members and others in the greater Kerrisdale community. After more than seven years of very difficult discussion, consultation, and legal actions I can now report that the Society has finalized and signed the new operating agreement (the Joint Operating Agreement… Continue Reading