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Volunteer Positions Available

Posted: 2016-12-02

The Clandeboye and District Recreation Association requires a Volunteer Treasurer beginning in February 2017.  The CDRA is a volunteer group of local residents who operate and maintain the hockey rink in Clandeboye and soccer fields in Petersfield, as well as run hockey, learn to skate and soccer programs for 150+ area kids ranging in age from 3 to 17.  The Treasurer will need to prepare monthly and fiscal financial statements, process receivables/payables (as well as bank transactions), attend monthly board meetings (9 - 10 per year), offer input at meetings on future plans and projects related to developing programs and facilities of the CDRA.  For more information contact Chris at
The Clandeboye Community Club requires volunteers who are interested in fundraising and local program and event coordinating.  There is a great group of volunteer board members in place who operate and maintain the Clandeboye Hall, but they could use extra help for committee positions.  If you are interested in any of the above work and have some spare time to help, they would love to hear from you.  For more information contact Real at
The St. Andrews Community Club requires Volunteer Canteen Staff all winter long.  Working with a lead Canteen Supervisor, canteen staff will take orders, handle cash and work a cash register.  If you are interested in gaining customer service work experience for your resume or want to complete hours for the high school credit program (grades 9 - 12), they would love to hear from you.  Hours are flexible and available when you are.  The club is run by a volunteer board of directors who operate and maintain the St. Andrews Hall and rinks.  For more information on working in the canteen or volunteering for other opportunities that are available, contact Amelia at
The St. Andrews Rectory (run by the Heritage Committee) requires a Garden Manager beginning as early as February 2017.  The position will need to plan and determine the theme of the garden, order supplies, work with local volunteer master gardener and master composter, work with summer students and attend monthly committee meetings (6 - 8 per year) to report on garden developments.  If you have experience in gardening or wish to help start a community garden with some friends, contact Teresa at