Trevor Linden to speak at Kootenay Conference

The conference will be focusing on various seminars such as green technology, energy efficiency and human resources.

Trevor Linden will be the keynote speaker at the upcoming 2013 Recreation Facilities Association of BC (RFABC) Conference May 14-16 at the Castlegar Recreation Centre and will host approximately 100 attendees.

The conference will be focusing on various seminars such as heat recovery, green technology, energy efficiency and Human Resources for managers and operators in the parks and recreation industry.

Linden’s keynote address, which will take place in the evening at 7:30 p.m. on May 16, will focus on the leadership skills required to drive environmental responsibility.

In order to engage the community with Trevor Linden’s ongoing dedication to community endeavours and charitable causes, the RFABC Conference Committee has decided to open up the keynote address to the public.

There will be 50 tickets available for $75 per person. The ticket cost also includes a banquet dinner at 6:30 p.m.

Tickets for the banquet and keynote address can be purchased by calling Robert Baker at 250-364-0808. For additional information on the kids’ poster contest, please contact Heather Anderson at 250-365-3386.

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