Fairwinds Community Association
PO Box 281, Nanoose Bay, BC, V9P 9G7
"Striving for Community Excellence"
                                                                             FCA History From 1993
Neil Scott offered financial assistance for the FCA to cover their initial expenses.

The FCA held their first Annual General Meeting Wednesday, March 30, 1994 and the first president elect was Dan Smith. 

George Holmes was the first contact person to work with the RDN, at the time focusing on parks.

To cover costs of photocopying, mailing, telephoning, advertising and renting space for meetings it was suggested the first annual fee be $20 per household.
Welcoming committee
Notch Hill land trade
Parklands and roads
Tax assessment and mill rate committee
"Community Watch" program
Coordination plan in event of an earthquake
Communications committee - phoning committee
Ecology committee
The Fairwinds Community Association was formed from the Nanoose Property Owners and Ratepayers Association (NPORA) with their first unofficial meeting November 30, 1993.

The Committee agreed that 'the association be social and non-political in character, fun activities such as a golf tournament or fishing derby followed by barbecues were suggested'.

A Steering Committee was formed, and they went to work immediately, with the first important item on the agenda being water, still an important resource then and now.

Key issues and committees in the first year, 1994, are very much like our activites are today:
Video on the development of the Fairwinds Community