Snowriders need executive to keep running

The club is meeting tonight, Dec. 6, at the Eckville Legion at 7:30 p.m.

In a post to the public David Thompson Snowriders Facebook group, administrator for the page, Clint Bromling reminded members of the group to come out to the group’s meeting tonight, Dec. 6 at 7:30 at the Eckville Legion.

Bromling’s post states his concern about filling several executive positions in the club.

“If there [aren’t] members willing to take on the roles the club is going to have to fold,” he wrote in his post.

He ended his post with a request for people to show up and keep the club going.

“…[I]f there are members interested in keeping the David Thompson SnowRiders alive, show your hands at the meeting.”



myra.nicks@eckvilleecho.com

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