CAT seeks new board members

Central Alberta Theatre is seeking business-minded “movers and shakers” as new board members. Positions becoming vacant are: recording secretary, advertising and media (PR), training and vice-president.

Central Alberta Theatre is seeking business-minded “movers and shakers” as new board members.

Positions becoming vacant are: recording secretary, advertising and media (PR), training and vice-president.

Meetings are Tuesday evenings, monthly, or semi-monthly if needed.

CAT runs the oldest amateur, not-for-profit theatre group in Western Canada out of offices in Red Deer’s Memorial Centre.

With a five-year plan for the future, the group is seeking people with a business-minded approach, “movers and shakers and people with ideas in all areas.”

CAT employs an operations manager and one full-time and two part-time employees.

Anyone interested should contact CAT president Paolo Mancuso at 403-350-0420 or email p.mancuso@centralalbertatheatre.ca.

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