SD&G Community Futures Hires new Cultural Coordinator – TV & Filmmaker Bruce Davis Debuts – March 13, 2012

CFN –  Community Futures in SD&G have really amped it up since Mr. François Désormeaux became Executive Director.

From their release:

The Stormont Dundas and Glengarry Community Futures Development Corporation is proud to announce the addition of a new team member!  In light of a search for a new cultural coordinator, the CFDC selected Bruce Davis for the position.

As Cultural Coordinator, Bruce will engage the cultural community of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry towards taking action in the implementation of the Culturescape initiative. He will mainly aid in the promotion and development of SD&G’s cultural phenomena.  From Iroquois to Alexandria and everywhere between, art galleries to regional events will receive the recognition they deserve.

A native of Toronto who currently resides in Iroquois, Bruce is excited for the opportunity to bring his cultural and creative industry skills to SD&G, which he has proudly called home for the past 7 years. “My skills in the creative industry were developed in Toronto and Ottawa but I have been looking forward to a fantastic opportunity to bring these skills home to Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry,” noted Bruce.

With an extensive knowledge of the creative arts, arts management and media production, Bruce will bring a different and dynamic aspect to the cultural coordinator position.  The staff at the SD&G CFDC is excited about his arrival and looks forward to working with a new team member.

You can contact Bruce at 613 932-4333 ext 24 or via e-mail at

Mr. Davis says hi to our community!

To learn more about the Cultural goals and activities of Mr. Davis including their new Cultural services room at The Grind in Cornwall Ontario you can contact Bruce at Community Futures or visit their Website!

Cornwall Free News

1 Comment

  1. Perhaps we could quit naming streets and landmarks after politicians and such, and instead retain or resurrect the original names… or even use names that refer to the original land grants, farmsteads or businesses that occupied sites.

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