Do you think Montlake is a great place to live? Want to join a group of people working together to keep our neighborhood great? If so, consider applying for a position on the Montlake Community Club Board of Trustees. MCC board positions are open to anyone who lives or works in Montlake and wants to engage with the community in a leadership role. Board members have a variety of backgrounds and interests and tend to share a common passion for our neighborhood. Some applicants simply want to connect with more neighbors and get more deeply involved in Montlake.
Focus Areas: Board member focus areas include communications, Turkey Trot, annual Yard Sale, Emergency Preparedness & Neighbors Helping Neighbors, welcoming new neighbors, business district improvements, traffic issues, and bicycle and pedestrian safety. (We recently posted about recruiting a volunteer to run the yard sale; the yard sale chair could apply to be a board member or could be a non-board member volunteer).
Meetings: The board meets the second Tuesday of every month at 7 pm at the Boyer Children’s Clinic. Time commitment can vary greatly depending on the board member’s specific area of interest and whether special events/outreach efforts are underway.
Qualification: Applicants must live or work in the Montlake Community Club’s membership boundary, shown here.
How to Apply: Those interested are encouraged to send a short statement which details their experience with the neighborhood, why they are interested in joining the board and what skills they can apply to serving as a board member to MCC board member Darcy LaBelle at email@example.com by April 30. Feel free to email questions to Darcy questions as well.