On Sunday, 11th March, the Grandview Woodland Area Council (GWAC) will hold its annual general meeting at the Canucks Family Room upstairs at 1655 William, by the playground in Grandview Park. The meeting starts at 2:00pm.
GWAC is now more than fifty years old and continues to give great service to the community through its regular monthly meetings at which matters of interest to the community are discussed in an open forum, and the views of its members are regularly shared with Vancouver City Council.
It is the most democratic of organizations possible, allowing any resident of Grandview to come to the meeting and vote on the executive. Moreover, its elections take place every year so the executive is always accountable and always changing. More information about this and other meetings can be found by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some of the less popular people in the neighbourhood claim that, because they rarely get their way in this uniquely democratic assembly, that GWAC is a waste of time. However, a busy and popular Provincial Minister such as Shane Simpson clearly doesn’t agree with them; and I’ll take his view rather than that of the negative folks.
Come along on March 11th and add your voice in support of your residents’ Council.