Here's your opportunity to meet with other local BC Greens to shape the future of our party's activities here in South Delta.
Following what will likely be a short Annual General Meeting when members will elect their Executive team, you're also invited to stay to review and renew our strategic plan for the coming year. We'll be brainstorming, refining and quite possibly resetting the direction of our Riding Association (the official branch of the party here in "Delta South"). We'll be asking challenging questions about community outreach and political advocacy, and how to ensure our party has a strong candidate in the next provincial election who will be well funded and supported by dedicated volunteers.
For more information on the different roles on the executive, check out the new RA Agreement here!
On March 5th, be a part of South Delta's future, and help make it Green! RSVP now!
Sign-up for memberships here: https://www.bcgreens.ca/donate_ra_dls
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