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Canada Day Celebrations and Drive-in Movies Webinar
If you missed the May 15th webinar, the recording can be found here. Josh Gennings, Theatre Supervisor, and Arthur Lewandowski, Community Events and Tourism Specialist, at the City of Fort Saskatchewan shared some of their upcoming plans for a regional Canada Day including some unique ideas that can be easily transferable in different scales to communities of different sizes across Alberta.
Public Aquatic Safety Standard February 2020
AARFP's new Executive Director
We are excited to have Laurie bring her wealth of strengths and diversity of thought to the Executive Director role. She will start on March 16, 2020. Be sure to welcome Laurie when you meet her at the Annual Conference, April 26 – 29th.
Notice to AARFP Members - Bylaw Motion Change
Section 3 and article #3 states: "The Associate Representative shall be elected on an annual basis by a simple majority of the Associate members. This representative shall be ratified by the membership at the Annual General Meeting as provided for in these Bylaws and will carry one (1) vote only on the Board of Directors."
The Board will put forward the motion to change that clause to read: "The Associate Representative shall be elected at the Annual Trade Show by simple majority of the Associate membership present and they shall hold office for a period of two (2) years or until a successor is duly elected or appointed. This representative shall be ratified by the membership at the Annual General Meeting as provided for in these Bylaws and will carry one (1) vote only on the Board of Directors."
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Anti-Entrapment Compliance Plan
Due to the complexity and specialized knowledge needed to assess the equipment required for anti-entrapment, the owner or their agent may contract the services of a suitable professional or professional engineer to complete the anti-entrapment documentation. Documentation provided by the service professional and/or engineer should be included with the anti-entrapment plan.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss please contact the following:
Toxic Gas Safety Guidelines for Municipal Arena Operations in Alberta
Leisure Lines Member Newsletter
AARFP publishes a quarterly newsletter, Leisure Lines. This is a great publication that helps keep our members informed on the latest technologies and innovations in the industry. Along with archives of previous issues, the Spring 2020 issue is now available to our members.
All current members with a valid email address on file at the RFP Office will be notified by email that it has been posted on the homepage. If you have not received an email advising you of this, and you are a current member of RFP, please contact the office at email@example.com so we can update your email address in our database to ensure you will not miss any upcoming notices.
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