The Lindsay Park Sports Society (LPSS) is seeking nominations for the Board of Governors which oversees the management and operation of MNP Community & Sport Centre. We are seeking qualified individuals who are passionate about the future of MNP Community & Sport Centre, are committed to the dual mandate for both sport organizations and the public, and are looking for a rewarding volunteer role.
The LPSS was formed in 1983 to manage and operate a facility then named the Lindsay Park Sports Centre. The Centre was built to accommodate athletes participating in the Western Canada Summer Games and to provide a sports centre legacy for Calgarians into the future. MNP Community & Sport Centre, as it is now known, is owned by the City of Calgary and managed by the LPSS on behalf of Calgarians pursuant to a Lease and Operating Agreement between the City and the LPSS. The LPSS is a not-for-profit society and operates as a civic partner of
the City of Calgary.
Nominees must be willing to serve on the Board for a minimum of 2 years (April 2024 – April 2026). Refer to the Governor Position Description on the website (see below) for additional details.
For the upcoming term, preference will be given to nominees who have a familiarity with MNP Community & Sport Centre and possess a strong background in one or more of the following skill sets:
Nomination forms can be submitted via the following options:
Nomination forms must be received by 4:30 pm MST, January 26, 2024. Only completed Nomination Forms will be considered, and only those Nominees short listed will be contacted. Questions can be directed to Gail Brooks at firstname.lastname@example.org.