West Carling Association

For year-round and seasonal residents on the mainland and islands of Georgian Bay in western Carling Township.

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The West Carling Association is seeking an individual to perform the role of Administrative Assistant to the President. This opportunity is open to: • a high school student needing to fulfil the required 40 hours of volunteer service • a person seeking experience in an Administrative Assistant role • a person who would appreciate a free membership in the West Carling Association The role would involve: 1. attending WCA board meetings (4 per year) either in person or by teleconference 2. in conjunction with the president, creating agendas for WCA Board Meetings 3. taking minutes of WCA board meetings 4. distributing all communication to board members, electronically, in a timely fashion Mentoring for this role would be available if necessary.   To apply, please send a message to Pam Wing at ps_wing7@hotmail.com

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Events

July 24

Children’s Event – Reptilia – Parry Sound Public LibraryLocation: Parry Sound Public LibraryTime: 10:30 AM

Fun for the whole family! Come on out to meet and learn about awesome Reptiles with Reptilia! Event in partnership with Carling Township Other location and time - Carling Township Rec. Centre - 2 to 3 PM

July 24

Children’s Event – Reptilia – Carling Community CentreLocation: Carling Community CentreTime: 2:00 PM

Fun for the whole family! Come on out to meet and learn about awesome Reptiles with Reptilia! Event in partnership with Carling Township Other location and time - Parry Sound Library -10:30 to 11:30 AM

July 25

Rock Walk at Painted RocksLocation: Painted Rocks (Charles Inlet)Time: 12:00 AM

Join the Georgian Bay Land Trust and "rock star" Dr. Nick Eyles for a tour of the geological history seen in the rocks beneath our feet. Optional: come out early and join us for a picnic (bring your own). More information: www.gblt.org/events/rock-walk-painted-rocks/ Rain Date - August 1 If you are coming from Pointe au Baril and would like to be guided out, Bill Lougheed will be leading a boat convoy from the Ojibway Club docks leaving at 11:30 am.

For more information, please contact Sarah at (416) 440-1519 x102 or sarah.koetsier@gblt.org.

GPS Coordinates: 45.642725, -80.582842

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