The Drumheller Community Football Association (DCFA) held their Annual General Meeting on Monday and there will be a few new changes including a new president.

Holly Laffin has been named President of the association and is excited to start off the season in spring.

"I have been a part of the board for at least 3 months and I have been a part of football for at least 3 years. I really enjoyed watching my kids play and learning how the board runs, and all that football gives back to the community."

Also in the ranks is Vice President Lynette Upton, Secretary Helen Harvie, and Treasurer Lydia Nastiuk, all of whom have big plans for this upcoming year.

"We want to be out in the community a lot more than the previous year, so you will see us more. We also picked up a new sound system so you will also hear us more," continued Laffin.

The Association is also looking forward to an event that has turned into a tradition for the Sr. Titans.

"We are planning for our next trip in 2021 for our Senior Titans, so that is exciting, as well," concluded Laffin.

 

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