Neighbourhood Activities Group (NAG)
A group of valley residents who volunteer their time and effort to organize various events year round for all residents, big and small. We work in tandem with the York Mills Valley Association (YMVA)
Why should I be a NAG?
Because being a NAG is the perfect opportunity to get involved in the community and meet your neighbours. So join us and bring along your great ideas for the community! The kids will appreciate it, the adults will appreciate it, it will make you feel good, and it’s a lot of fun!
NAG meetings are held periodically. The meeting is held at the residence of one of the co-chairs. We relax over a cup of decaf or a glass of wine while planning new and recurring events and dreaming up new ideas for future events.
Where do I sign up?
If you would like more information about the NAG, please contact one of the co-chairs. They’d love to hear from you.
Who are the NAGs?
|Two or more co-chairs (The Head Nags)||Spear head all neighborhood activities, recruit event volunteers and co-ordinate their efforts.||Annie Katsiris|
|NAG-YMVA liaison (who takes our cause to the YMVA)||Co-ordinates the effort of the NAG and the YMVA.||Annie Katsiris|
|Newsletter Editor (who keep you in the loop)||Publishes the YMVA newsletter two or three times a year.||Editor: Jennifer Fortier, Distribution: Paula Dillon|
|Signage||Ensures the public notices are posted||Linne Dobbin, Cynthia Goodchild, Marcy Frew|
|Treasurer (who makes sure we stay within the YMVA budget)||Maintains the accounts for each event for submission to the YMVA.||Deborah McCutcheon|
|Welcome Committee||Welcomes newcomers to the community.||Perry Lupyrypa, Jennifer Fortier, Paula Dillon, Trudy Young|
|Valley Fair Chair (co-Chair)||Take the helm of the annual neighbourhood event the first Saturday in June||This could be you!|
|Volunteers||The people that actually make all these things happen and are our raison d’être.||The list of names is endless..|