AGM

Hoy-Scott Watershed Society welcomes new directors

left to right is: Arno Hazebroek, Sandra Uno, and Chris Hamming

left to right is: Arno Hazebroek, Sandra Uno, and Chris Hamming

Hoy-Scott Watershed Society held their annual general meeting on Wednesday, May 17th at the Coquitlam Library. It was well attended, and we wish to thanks all those that came out to support our Society.

We are pleased to announce our new directors who will join our executive team.

Seen here after the meeting from left to right is: Arno Hazebroek, Sandra Uno, and Chris Hamming (who is a HSWS founding member).

The directors join Robbin Whachell, President; Rodney Lee, Vice President; Kyle Uno, Treasurer; and Emily Rossi, Secretary to complete the HSWS executive board.

Hoy-Scott Watershed Society (HSWS) is a volunteer run non-profit society that operates a small salmon hatchery beside Hoy Creek, and conducts a salmon enhancement program in partnership with the City of Coquitlam, and with technical expertise from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. The group stewards the Hoy and Scott Watersheds, promoting public awareness and education, and is involved in watershed habitat restoration and preservation.  Learn more at our website: hoyscottcreeks.org

Hoy-Scott Watershed Society Elects New Executive Board

The Hoy-Scott Watershed Society held our annual general meeting on Wednesday, May 18th at the Coquitlam library.

Elections took place and nominations for president, vice-president, secretary, and directors were put forth.

We are pleased to announce our new executive board:

President - Robbin Whachell
Vice President - Rodney Lee
Secretary - Emily Rossi
Directors:  Nathen Blower, Chris Hamming and Shannon Kyne.

Our Treasurer position was not up and is held by Kyle Uno.


Hoy-Scott Watershed Society (HSWS) is a volunteer run non-profit society that operates a small salmon hatchery beside Hoy Creek, and conducts a salmon enhancement program in partnership with the City of Coquitlam, and with technical expertise from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. The group stewards the Hoy and Scott Watersheds, promoting public awareness and education, and is involved in watershed habitat restoration and preservation.

 

Hoy-Scott Watershed Holds AGM and Planning Session

Our annual general meeting was held on December 12th, 2015 at the Coquitlam Public Library.

We use this annual get=-together to review our past year's work, to brainstorm new ideas and projects, and set goals for the coming year.

It's always followed by our Christmas social at a local restaurant.  See more photos (thanks to Dulce) in our Facebook album.