Kerry Davis – Director Area A – Mill Bay/Malahat
Our mission is to strengthen business and community in the South Cowichan Valley through advocacy, networking, participation, member services and leadership.
The Bamberton archives were started in July of 2005. Since that time hundreds of pieces of information have been collected in the form of photos, maps, charts, company records, film footage, audio interviews and other memorabilia. As a result of this overwhelming public support the Bamberton Historical Society was incorporated as a not-for-profit organization on March 7th, 2006.
The Community music school in the Cowichan Valley dedicated to providing a well rounded music education by incorporating instrumental training together with the study of theory, ear-training, sight-singing, sight-reading, improvisation and music appreciation.
The South Cowichan Community Policing Advisory Society (better known as SCCPAS) is a volunteer-driven organization that provides South Cowichan Valley residents with RCMP-supported educational programs, information and services with the common goal of achieving: Safe Streets, Safe Homes, Safe Communities.
The Mill Bay Garden Club was founded in 1985 with an original 6 keen gardeners. One of the 6, Mary Gale, is still very active in our Club and serves as Historian. We believe in our roots!
MBFD – To provide service to the community by protecting life, property and environment through prevention, public education and emergency response with well maintained equipment and highly trained, dedicated personnel.
Mill Bay Tennis – The club was founded in 1992 by a small group of local enthusiasts who made an agreement with the Mill Bay Community League to use the courts behind Kerry Park Arena in exchange for maintenance and management. This agreement, in a modified form, continues to this day. Over the past 18 years the Club has steadily grown from about 20 members to over 120 today.
Rotary Club of South Cowichan (Mill Bay) The Club was chartered on March 16, 1991. The Club was sponsored by the Duncan Club. The first President was Don Hammond who was a Past District Governor.