Changes coming to chamber

The Parksville and District Chamber of Commerce will elect a new board of directors at its annual general meeting next week.

The evening begins with networking at 5:30 p.m. at Tigh-Na-Mara Resort on Thursday, April 11. Showcase tables will be hosted by the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Career Centre, Rotary Club of Parksville and Oceanside Cycling Coalition.  Tickets are $30 each — call 250-248-3613.

Motions that will be brought forward include changing the name of the first vice-president's position to president-elect, changing the name of the second vice-president to vice-president, deleting the position secretary and creating the position of secretary-treasurer.

The board of directors of the Parksville and District Chamber of Commerce recommends members read the constitution and bylaw documents available and be prepared to vote at the AGM. You can read the changes on the chamber's website ( and if members have any concerns or questions, they are asked to contact the chamber at 250-248-3614 before the AGM.

— NEWS Staff/Parksville Chamber

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