Gwaii Trust seeks youth reps

  • Oct. 27, 2011 9:00 a.m.

Submitted articleThe Gwaii Trust is establishing a Gwaii Trust Youth Board that will mirror the existing adult board. Any young person between the age of 13 and 25 who is interested in being a part of this exciting new initiative is invited to put their name forward.Representation will be the same as the Board and will be elected or appointed, depending on the method chosen by the community they will represent. If you are interested, please contact your Gwaii Trust representative. If you do not know who your representative is, please contact either of the Gwaii Trust offices, 250-626-3654 or 250-559-8883.For youth in the Graham Island North area, please submit a letter to the Village of Masset office outlining why you are interested in sitting on this board and be sure to include your contact information. Please note we need to receive this letter by Tuesday (November 1). If you have any questions please contact any of the following, Fran Redick 250-626-3617, Kim Mushynsky 250-626-5169, or Trevor Jarvis 250-626-3995.

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