Cultus Lake Park Board: Carlton Toews

Cultus Lake Park Board: Toews, Carlton – Park Board director candidate: Toews seeks re-election to park board

Re Elect Carlton Toews, Cultus Lake Park Board November 15, City of Chilliwack Election.

I have enjoyed these past 3 years serving the Community of Cultus Lake and representing Residents of Chilliwack and Cultus Lake. We all share the same heart, Cultus Lake ours to preserve and protect!

I ask myself a question before each CLPB decision….”how will this decision affect the PARK in the next 100 years!”

Serving with the present CLP Board and working alongside the amazing, dedicated and gifted staff is a great privilege.

Cultus Lake Park is a healthy Community with talented & gifted Leadership Team of Staff and Commissioners. The Decisions made these past three years and the progress of the PARK have provided financial stability and long term planning.

I love Community. Serving as the Vice Chair of the Board, serving as the Vice Chair of Main Beach Events, Chair of the Universal Accessibility Committee and Chair of the Future Plan Committee these are great opportunities to be build healthy community!

It is a great joy to serve as a Minister at Cultus Lake Memorial Church.

You can follow my campaign on Facebook at – Re Elect Commissioner Carlton Toews, Cultus Lake Park Board Nov 15.

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