The members of the OEVCA  executive were delighted to receive 100 responses in just a couple of days to our community input survey this week. We're looking hard at what our members and neighbours want to see this year. We'll be sharing the data with you shortly, and we're eager to present our 2014/15 goals at a general meeting in early February. You can pencil in the evening of Thursday, February 5 and we'll send out more details ASAP.

Thanks again to our Neighbourhood Data Committee for the quick work!

The Old East Village is a vibrant and beautiful neighbourhood! It is positively buzzing with community in action! For ten years now, the Community Association has worked to support the special characteristics of this neighbourhood. It is a surprise and an honour to find myself serving as president of the OEVCA for the next two years. Thank you for placing your trust in me!

 

I’m nervous, but I know that I’ll be able to get by with a little help from my neighbours! You can set the tone for how you want the Community Association to function, and I will do my best to facilitate that.

I do not intend to be your shining leader and decision maker, but more so to function as a facilitator, a listener, a connector and a motivator! I will strive to keep this neighbourhood’s momentum rolling by listening to what people want and connecting people to the projects that are best suited to their skills and interests. I’ll be cheering us on and trying to keep us moving towards building the human connection and taking the local actions that are essential in positive change and social justice in the world at large.

Kristina Greenaway Courey

OEVCA President

 

The Latest Edition of the Old East Village News is already being delivered to mailboxes throughout the neighbourhood. Check for your copy to learn about all of the great happenings in the neighbourhood, past, present and future. You can also read it online by clicking here.

Old East Village News September 2014 Edition (PDF)  

Thanks to those of you who were able to attend the annual general meeting of the Old East Village Community Association. Allow us to introduce the new members of the executive committee:

President Kristina Greenaway Courey  

Directors-at-Large: Joel Eckert, Rodger Moran,  Carole Perraud Joly, Bruce Rankin, and Susan Toth;

Treasurer (returning)  Jacalyn Grabowski.

We can't wait to work alongside them to keep improving life in the Village.  The executive will soon get to work on plans for 2014/15, and we’ll likely be presenting our plans at the first general meeting in the new year.

If you’d like to get involved yourself, check out the committee pages.  

 

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The Old East Village Community Association holds its annual general membership meeting and executive elections Monday, September 29 at Lorne Ave PS, 723 Lorne Ave. Doors open at 6:30 pm for those who've not yet bought or renewed their memberships for 2014.

A number of free childminding spots will be available by reservation. Reserve by contacting Shelly at 519-660-0875 ext 254 or  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

OEVCA committees will report on their activity for the year, and new members of the executive will be elected. Positions up for election are President; Treasurer; and 4 Directors-at-Large. (The remaining Officers and Directors have 1 year remaining on their terms.)

Nominations for executive positions are open effective immediately. You can nominate yourself or someone you think qualified (please discuss it with them first) by sending the name of the nominee and the position to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  You can also find out more about the positions from the association's bylaws on this site at http://www.oevca.ca/pdf/constitution_bylaws.pdf.