Rusty Ensign Record of Community Service

City of West Kelowna
Elected Councillor November 19, 2014 -

"I am so happy now that kids can play in the dark". Rusty Ensign
Funding Lights Up West Kelowna Sports Fields

A Letter From Pathways Abilities Society - Thanks Rusty

Ensign Cup Benefit Rugby Game 1983-Present -
Originally for my rehabilitation the annual event has raised thousands of dollars for numerous causes over the years including the Man In Motion World Tour in 1986, 1987 and ICORD.

Westbank Kinsmen 1987- 1996
One year President, two years Treasurer, Kinsmen Mothers March, Westbank Kinsmen Park.

People In Motion 1987-1993
Founding director, President three years with McGivney Manor (independent living for five severally disabled) Wheelchair accessible van for members use.

Shannon Lake Neighbourhood Association 1999-2005
Founding director, President six years
Built Shannon Lake tennis courts, and addressed several community issues.

Lakeview Irrigation District
Elected Trustee four times 2000-2010 (Dissolution)

Mt Boucherie Expansion Society 2002-2011
Founding director. President six years.
Lobbied and participated in the design of 1500 seat Royal Lepage Place leading to a successful referendum.
Attracted the Westside Warriors hocket
Fundraised $1.4 million.

Westbank & District Chamber Of Commerce
Director 2002-2008 and 2012-2013
Presented with the Presidents Award 2004
Terms included one year President, and two years as Treasurer.

Westside Governance Committee 2003-2007
Three years as treasurer.

1St United Church Stewardship Committee

Westside Incorporation Team 2007 -
Successful Incorporation Vote

Central Okanagan Economic Development Commission

Peachland Elementary 2010
Grade 5/6 Boys/Girls Sevens Touch
Rugby Coach

District of West Kelowna – Board of Variance

Urban Development- West Kelowna Liaison Committee

Westside Ringette Association
Director Fundraising and Promotions.

Westside Minor Fastball Association
2015 - 2017
Founding Director
Helped girls fastball to incorporate and become eligible for gaming grants.

Councillor Ensign continues to work hard to support and develop programs for youth.