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WCA Membership update

Posted on: March 11, 2017  |   ,

 

OUR NUMBERS ARE RISING – WCA MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS INCREASE

Take out your membership today at www.whiteshellcottagers.com or print and mail in form found on site or in the Echo. As a member you:
-belong to the largest cottage owner’s organization in Manitoba that has successfully brought about a freeze on cottage lease fees for 2016 and a freeze on both lease and service fees for 2017
and 2018.
-may attend and vote at the Annual General Meeting – May 17, 2017 at Club Regent Event Centre
-have access to exclusive member area on our website: www.whiteshellcottagers.com
-receive all five issues of our newspaper, the Whiteshell Echo by mail, or online…your choice.
– benefit from discounted cottage/homeowners insurance with Plezia Insurance Brokers
-receive a discount on your subscription to Cottage Life Magazine
– benefit from the WCA collaboration with CABELA’S – $20 off on a purchase of $150 or more.
– receive 10% of selected items at Mark’s

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