Government 101, presented by David Stocks
The Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce, along with the Sooke Region Museum, Transition Sooke, Sooke Region Tourism Association, and Sooke Women in Business are pleased to sponsor and host the 2017 Provincial General Election Information Series in preparation of the upcoming Provincial General Election.
Government 101, presented by David Stocks on Thursday, April 13, 2017 starting at 7:00 p.m. at the Sooke Region Museum is the first of the series to present a beginner's guide or refresher talk about the structure of government, the different roles and titles, commonly used terms, and other topics many feel they should know but perhaps don't.
Tea and coffee will be served compliments of the Museum.
This information session is open to the public.
ABOUT DAVID STOCKS:
David is a retired management consultant. From 1998 through 2006, David and Frances operated a B&B at Malahat Farm in Otter Point. While there, David was active in the Sooke B&B Association, Sooke Region Tourism Association, Juan de Fuca Economic Development Commission, Otter Point and Shirley Advisory Planning Commission, Sooke Elderly Citizens’ Housing Society, Sooke Philharmonic Society, Juan de Fuca Salmon Restoration Society, and the Rotary Club of Sooke.
He provided consulting services for Sooke Transition House, Sooke Hospice, Legion Branch #54 and numerous non-government organizations outside of Sooke.
David is passionate about the responsibilities of citizenship. He routinely facilitates all-candidates meetings and is delighted to participate in the Chamber’s series of workshops about government.
The Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce is a supportive resource for businesses and works to facilitate new economic development opportunities while influencing public policy and government in supporting free enterprise.
“As a public service, our goal is to facilitate a public discussion on the issues affecting our community.
The Sooke Region Chamber of Commerce is a non-partisan organization. We do not endorse candidates.”