Tue, Jan 17|
MCA Annual Meeting
Join us to learn what your MCA Board, neighbors, and volunteers accomplished in 2022 !
Time & Location
Jan 17, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Issaquah, 25500 SE Mirrormont Dr, Issaquah, WA 98027, USA
About the Event
Annual General Meeting
Of the Mirrormont Community Association
Tuesday, January 17, 2023 — 7 PM — at the MCC Clubhouse
Happy Hour with wine and snacks starts at 6:30pm
Join us to learn what your MCA Board, neighbors, and volunteers accomplished in 2022 to make Mirrormont an even better place to live! We’ll also review plans for 2023and meet the MCA Board Members. We hope to see you there!
Come contribute your ideas and vote for your 2023 MCA Board.
2023 MCA Board Candidates
The MCA Board wants to represent the diversity of our residents. Any Mirrormont resident is welcome to attend Board meetings at 7:00 PM on the first Tuesday of the month. If you want to become more involved with the Board, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help make Mirrormont an even better place to live!
President Ian Parker email@example.com
VP Membership Larry Mar firstname.lastname@example.org
VP Architecture Rachel Wright email@example.com
VP Park Meg Wade firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer OPEN email@example.com
Secretary Carrie Mapes firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Events Kellie Batali* email@example.com
Website OPEN firstname.lastname@example.org
Safety OPEN email@example.com
Pea Patch Coordinator Linda Shepherd firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome Program Chair Connie Harris email@example.com
Firewise Chair Wayne Elson firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring Clean-up OPEN email@example.com
Garage Sales Sheldon Esteb firstname.lastname@example.org
MCA Advisor Mary Nelson
Speaker: Marianne Elliot, PhD, Plant Pathologist, WSU Puyallup, Topic: Forest & Tree Health in Mirrormont
We are pleased to have Marianne present to speak at our 2023 MCA Annual General Meeting. She is an experienced Plant Pathologist specializing in forest pathology, and is an expert on ecosystem dynamics, global change, forestry, and tree evolutionary issues and genetics. She has a strong professional background as an agriculture and forestry services professional, with a PhD focused in Forest Resources from University of Washington. She manages many plant health research projects and leads multiple citizen science projects such as the Volunteer Stream Monitoring Program and the Arbutus ARME.
All Mirrormont residents are welcome!