Cordova Bay association seeking director

The community relations director would serve as board liaison for the CBA advertising co-ordinator

The Cordova Bay Association for Community Affairs is seeking a community relations director to serve on the board of directors. The board meets one evening a month from September to June, with an estimated time commitment of five to 10 hours a month for a director.

The community relations director would serve as board liaison for the CBA advertising co-ordinator as well as for the Cordovan Newsletter Committee, approving newsletter content and delivering updates to the board. The director is also responsible for care of the kiosk at the plaza by keeping the CBA portion current and bulletin board area tidy. The director would also seek opportunities to promote the CBA through the media. Each board member has specific duties and responsibilities, although all members are encouraged to take part in all of the association’s endeavours.

Anyone interested in taking on the position or who would like more information is asked to email


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