Annual Meeting Update – Ford Motors Board of Directors 

Annual Meeting Update – Ford Motors Board of Directors

I want to thank everyone who attended last Thursday’s Annual Meeting. Considering it was also Parent/Teacher’s Night across the area, we had a good turnout. It was great to mix with neighbors while enjoying drinks and veggies from Albertsons, pastries from Mojo’s Donuts and Korean treats from Koco Bell’s. Three of our attendees each left with a special door prize. We added two very much appreciated board members. As per our bylaws, the board will hold a working session to establish officer roles within the next two weeks. CTNA will post a separate news release after that meeting to formally announce the new board and officer roles.

Ford Motors has 15 sitting board members and I suspect not one of them has built an automobile much less worked on the all important assembly line.

An organization’s Board of Directors does not and cannot by itself make the organization successful in fulfilling its purpose. Only through vibrant membership participation can CTNA represent and advocate for Boise’s western-most neighborhood association.

We need your experience, your skills and your passion. Where will you fit it? Give this list your consideration.

Annual Meeting Planning – Let’s do what we need to do so that next year we don’t conflict with other major events in our community ie. Parent Teachers night

Membership Lead – Brainstorming with others on how to reach out and make people favorable aware of CTNA.

Artwork / Signage / Posters etc.

Facebook Lead – updating CTNA’s Facebook page with news, information and events to keep membership returning to our page

HOA Messaging Coordinator – Our neighborhood HOA’s can be integral parts of our outreach. We need to establish continuing ties to our HOA’s

Issue Leaders
New Library – work with other CTNA members, the board, and others to grow a consensus on the need for a Boise western library
McDevitt and other recreational amenities – identify opportunities in our current and proposed recreation areas and work with others to make things happen.
Zoning and zoning revisions – stay close to this very important issue and provide to CTNA
Redistricting City Council – stay close to this very important issue and provide to CTNA
Streets and walkways Lead – Speed, signage, access.
Safety and Crime Lead
Newsletter- It would be great if we had a release that kept people up-to-date on CTNA
Nextdoor Lead – Reach out to members not on Facebook or who do not access our website. A goal here would be to encourage members to access those as well.
Public relations – meeting announcements and overall CTNA image
Recording Secretary (Does not need to be a board member). Frees up Board Secretary during meetings to more actively participate in meeting discussion.
Social Events Lead – Neighborhood Night Out and other special events
Website Support – Our website is critically important in our efforts to stay connected to and inform our membership. This is a position that could always benefit from backup or dual staffing.
Other – name your passion and skill

Email us and let us know your area of interest –

When we each contribute a little we all accomplish a lot!

Thank you again for your contribution(s) to our Centennial Neighborhood, a great place to live, work and raise a family

Gary Dufault, President

Centennial Neighborhood Association