2005-2006 Pacific Region Year End Report Posted on Dec 1st, 2006

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The 2005-2006 season was a busy season for the Pacific Region. A number of courses were scheduled and run through out the province including a northern BC XC refresher in 100 Mile, a level 2 XC course in Smithers and a number of tele courses throughout the BC and the Yukon. It has been exciting to re-establish contact with northern communities and provide improved service to these areas. We have tried to utilize the Xcitation newsletter more in order to cut some of our mailing costs but still keep our members informed.

As National is still experiencing some data integrity issues, we have fielded a number of inquiries regarding the accuracy of data on membership cards and have subsequently forwarded those requests to Renee for updating. It seems as though people are tentatively beginning to regain some trust in the CANSI organization and are developing an enthusiasm to be a part of our team. I was going to update our procedures manual but as yet have not yet accomplished that and will make an effort to work on that this coming season.

This past year we had outgoing officers Rich Haywood, Brian Tuskey and Bill Perry from our board. I’d like to thank them sincerely for their years of service and look forward to continued contact with them in the future. We welcome Bruce Bennet, Mike Thomas, and Emily Kneeland to our board and I’m looking forward to their new ideas and approaches.

We look forward to another busy course schedule throughout BC and the Yukon thanks to the efforts of Mark Simpson. He did a great job of organizing last year’s course schedule and I know his efforts are much appreciated by both Linda in our office and as well as myself.

Thank you to Brian Jones and Linda for maintaining and organized an efficient office that our members can rely on.

Tiffany Edwardsen
CANSI Pacific

 

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