The SMB Community Enterprise Centre is hiring! Applications for a Program Coordinatory are being accepted.

The position will include policy development, program development, market development and administrative support.

Applicants should have:
– knowledge of the St. Margaret’s Bay area and the variety of community development initiatives and organizations
– knowledge of basic office procedures
– knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of programs.

To be eligible, applicants must be unemployed and eligible for employment benefits (or have been eligible within the last five years).

For more details see the PDF attached or contact Chris Pelham, CEC President at
chris@thirdsectorenhancement.com to receive a full job description, ask questions, or submit an application.

Up-coming Communities, Culture and Heritage Grant Workshop,
Monday February 4th, 2019 at Black Point Community Centre 3:00-5:00

This workshop will go over all the grants provided by the Department of Communities Culture and Heritage and tips on grant writing. There will be other grant workshops coming up later in the year. One in St. Margaret’s Bay area on April 1st and one in Chester on June 3rd. More details to come on those later in the year so be sure to check back in March and May.

All are welcome to come to this or any of the other workshops taking place later on and if you are interested please RSVP to penny@hughmackay.ca

SMBCEC Grand opening and sign unveiling

The weather may have been a little bit dull but spirits were certainly not when so many people turned-up to celebrate the grand opening of the new St. Margaret’s Bay Community Enterprise Centre on April 26, 2018.

It was great to see how so many different groups, organizations and businesses came together to share their support of this fantastic initiative. This is exactly what the CEC is all about, bringing people together in a place that allows for networking and connecting, and this evening was certainly full of that.

After canapes and refreshments everyone went outside to see the new CEC sign being unveil, then it was back inside for the cutting of the grand opening celebration cake – beautifully made depicting the new CEC logo.

Well done to Eliot Matheson, logo and sign designer, who was presented with a prize for his winning entry into the logo competition during the event; and well done too to the CEC board and all the volunteers that made the event a complete success.