The Red Deer Downtown Business Association is looking for new members for its board. (File photo by Advocate Staff)

Red Deer Downtown Business Association searching for new board members

The Red Deer Downtown Business Association is looking for three new members to join the board of directors.

Interested candidates should be committed to serving a three-year term, passionate about downtown Red Deer and interested in contributing to its future.

The board meets for about two hours per month and is responsible to set policy, review progress and provide direction for the association. Directors are expected to participate in monthly board meetings, an annual meeting, along with organization events and committee responsibilities as required.

Candidates must be operators or employees of a business located within the Business Improvement Area in downtown and pay the associated levy.

Interested individuals can find more information at www.downtownreddeer.com.

Nominations are due by Sept. 18 at 5 p.m.



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