Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are the Heart of the Community

Volunteers are truly the heart of any community large or small. Our community volunteers help coach our kids, organize events, operate our facilities, care for our public spaces and get behind needed community projects. The tremendous work done by our volunteers benefits us all and is deeply appreciated.

When you volunteer it is a chance to give back to your community, meet people, learn something new, and have some fun! Below is a list of community volunteer opportunities Gull Lake.

If you belong to a local community group and are looking for volunteers email us the details, and we will be sure to add them to our list.

Current Volunteer Opportunities

GULL LAKE LOCAL HOUSING BOARD VACANCY

The Gull Lake Local Housing Board is in looking for one prospective volunteer to fill vacancies on the Board of Directors. The Gull Lake Local Housing Board works with the Saskatchewan Housing Board to provide safe, affordable, independent living housing opportunities for low-income seniors. Town Council appoints individuals to the committee on an as-needed basis, and all appointees are approved by the Saskatchewan Housing Authority.

If you are interested in using your knowledge and skills to help others, contact the Nominating Committee Chairperson, Mayor Blake Campbell at 306-672-7499 for more information and a nomination form.

Mayor Campbell

Join The Gull Lake Lyceum Theatre Team of Volunteers

The Lyceum Theatre invites you to join our volunteer team! Our volunteers keep the theatre alive in Gull Lake! Volunteers are always welcomed to work the concession booth – no experience is necessary. You can work as few or as many evening shifts. The shift is only 1 hour!! And the perks!! For more information on how you can help, call (306) 672-4240 or stop in and see Wendy during showtimes to find out more!!

GULL LAKE RECREATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE

The Town of Gull Lake would like to invite both urban and rural residents to participate in a Recreation Advisory Committee. The Committee will have a broad mandate to advise Town Council on what they would like to see in terms of recreational programs and facility improvements. Advisory Committees in the areas of heritage, economic development, tourism and cemetery have provided valuable input to Town Council. A Recreation Advisory Committee comprised of residents who are actively involved in recreation will be a tremendous benefit to our community. For more information or to join the committee, contact Sara at 306-672-4449.