Letters: Join the board

Drop in centre president says naysayers should join their board

In response to Dick Momsen”s letter of Oct 8 in the Sooke News Mirror:

Sooke Seniors’ Drop in Center will be holding its AGM on Dec. 11, 2014 in the dining room of the Community Hall.

We need to fill six director positions at that time.

I invite Mr. Momsen to consider joining the executive as a new director to experience first hand the challenges, and long volunteer hours of hard work put in by very dedicated seniors to improve the quality of life of as many seniors as we can. He may then know of what he speaks.

Carol Pinalski

President

SSDIC

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