CARP Muskoka welcomes six new board directors in March

Bracebridge Examiner, Thursday, March 16, 2017

MUSKOKA — Six new board members are now advocating for seniors in Muskoka.

Debbie Dale, CARP Muskoka Chapter 58 chair, commented after the six board members were inducted in March that “it was great to see some instantly synergistic relationships forming as everyone spoke of their goals. Our new expanded board brings exciting energy and deep experience to CARP and looks forward to a banner 2017.”

In accordance with the CARP Muskoka constitution, the board of directors has appointed the new members, who will serve until approved at the next AGM.

As many members are away in February, the planned AGM will be rescheduled.

CARP Muskoka Chapter 58 is part of a national, non-partisan, non-profit organization committed to advocating for a new vision of ageing for Canada and seeks to ensure that our local marketplace serves the needs and expectations of people who are 45-plus as they age and provides value-added benefits, products and services to our members.