January 27, 2020
Members of the Rural Water Watch Association gathered at the Halifax Central Library for its second Annual General Meeting. The evening covered Rural Water Watch's activities over the past year, and our plans going forward into 2020. We also held elections for all positions on the Board of Directors.
Some of the things Rural Water Watch accomplished in 2019 were:
- Launching our website and newsletter
- Offering Healthy Wells Workshops in communities throughout the HRM
- Organizing community water sampling projects for 2020
We would also like to welcome Meghann Kerr, Courtney Bonner, and Juliet Egbulefu as newly elected Members-at-Large on our Board of Directors.
Rural Water Watch has many exciting projects planned for 2020, so keep checking our website and Facebook page for updates!
Rural Water Watch would like to thank Pavia Gallery Espresso Bar & Cafe for providing us with tea, coffee, and cookies. We would also like to extend a huge thank you to the Nova Scotia Public Interest Research Group (NSPIRG) for providing us with funding to host this event in a public, accessible location, and for feeding our hungry members!