President's Report

The Past year has been a very busy one for the Board of Directors. We began a strategic plan session which turned into several meetings and pointed out where we could improve. One of the ideas that was identified was that we should have three working committees, Events planning, who hosted this years conference, a Communications committee who will be looking at our social media strategy and the web site and the Executive committee who deal with issues such as by laws and administrative issues that might arise between meetings.This process seems to be working very well.

As you may have heard earlier we continue our telemarketing which has enabled us to produce an anti bullying booklet that has been put in your kits and to make donations to local community programs. I would like to announce that this year we were able to assist the following groups:

 

Rothesay Police- MADD speaker

Hazen White-St. Francis School, Saint John - Bullying awareness project

Elizabeth Fry Society, Saint John -  Anti-shoplifting Program

Elizabeth Fry Society, Saint John – Cross Roads to Success Program

Harvest House, Moncton – Additions Recovery Program participant books

Bathurst Police  - Programme de Compétences Essentielles

AIDS Moncton – Sex Workers Action Group Project

Riverview Neighbourhood Watch

 

We look forward to receiving more applications for grants. You can find the criteria on our web site.

CPANB again this year will be hosting our annual wards luncheon in Oromocto in early November, We have many community programs, individuals and business we will be recognizing.

I would like to announce that in 2014 CPANB with the Dept. of Public Safety will be hosting the Atlantic Crime Prevention Conference in early June. More information will be available in the new year. We hope to see you then.

In closing I would like to thank my executive and the board for their dedication to our Association and look forward to 2014.