Children's Needs Task Force

Meeting Dates and Times

The CNTF meets the fourth Thursday every other month at 4:00 pm in Room B-8, Lower-Level.

Purpose

The Children's Needs Task Force (CNTF) believes that the future of our city depends on how we view our children. The community must provide an environment where children can grow up and become healthy mature adults who feel themselves to be a part of the community. Local leaders must work with schools, outside agencies, the police, and the young people of our community to effectively identify the needs of children, and to develop an approach with which to meet these needs. The Task Force is available to provide their recommendations to the City Council concerning appropriate methods to meet the needs of children in Huntington Beach.

A Declaration of Policy about Children and Young Adults

Youth Character Awards

Every year, the Children’s Needs Task Force holds the Youth Character Awards. If you know a student residing in Huntington Beach who is worthy of this award, please nominate them here.

Vacancies

In the event a member retires or is unable to complete his/her term, an appointment shall be made to fill the remainder of the unexpired term. The Children's Needs Task Force is accepting applications to fill current vacancies. Top applicants will be invited to an interview with City Council members. To apply to become a member, please complete the Boards & Commission Application.

Task Force Member
Term

Dona Cardona
Linda Rowlson - Vice Chair
Dr. Joslin de Diego
Meagan Kensey
Dr. Phyllis Lembke - Chair
Dominique Sardinas
Cynthia Varnell
Chana Warnock

Council Liaisons
Patrick Brenden
Mike Posey

Staff Liaison
Chris Slama
Community Services Manager
[email protected]

Recording Secretary
Codi Tennessen
Recreation Specialist
[email protected]

09/17 - 08/21
09/17 - 08/21
09/17 - 08/19
09/15 - 08/19
09/15 - 08/19
09/17 - 06/19
09/17 - 08/21
09/17 - 08/19

 



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