Join us for CURE’s 31st Annual Business Meeting with board seat elections on Thursday, December 7th from 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm as an online gathering!
Use the form below to register and the Zoom link information will be emailed to you the day before the meeting. If you are unsure if your CURE membership is current, please contact Peg Furshong ( or 320-269-2984).
CURE Board of Directors looking for qualified candidates!
CURE’s 31st Annual Business Meeting with board seat elections is scheduled for Thursday, December 7th from 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm as an online / conference call meeting. CURE is looking for qualified candidates to run for seats on the CURE Board of Directors.
The CURE by-laws state that directors serve two-year terms and are eligible for re-election for up to five consecutive terms as per state law. Directors will be elected by the members present at the annual meeting. Candidates receiving the most votes shall fill the vacancies. No candidate for the board shall be allowed without prior vetting by the Board Development Committee at least seven days prior to the meeting. The Board Development Committee shall recommend or not recommend the candidate to the membership.
CURE’s Board of Directors oversees the mission and operations of the organization. Board members are expected to serve on a limited number of committees, volunteer at CURE events when possible, represent the organization at certain regional events, and help CURE raise money.
Candidates must be CURE members to run for election. Someone who is not currently a member should become one before stepping up to run. Members may nominate themselves or be nominated by another CURE member.
In addition to being a CURE member, candidates must be 18 years old at the time of the election. They must also support CURE’s mission and commit the time needed to attend meetings and to participate fully in Board governance.
Nominations to the Board will be reviewed by CURE’s Board Development Committee. Although anyone who meets the qualifications listed above may stand for election and be listed on the ballot, the Board Development Committee will recommend a slate of preferred candidates from the nomination pool that are thought to best serve the needs of the Board and organization at this time. Diversity, gender, and certain skill sets will be considered when identifying preferred candidates. Nominations must be received by the CURE Office by Thursday, November 30, 2023. Nominations during the meeting are not permitted.
After you register and prior to the meeting you will receive an email with instructions on how to join the meeting including the Zoom link (or phone number) to the meeting.