Jason moved to Bowness in 2012 because of its desirable location next to the river, uniqueness, and it being an established community. Since then Jason has come to experience the various events, resources, and people in Bowness. He has been impressed with the community involvement and has had a unique and enjoyable experience in the short 6 years. Jason is an engineer by trade and is interested in building and automating things as well as assisting the community through volunteering.

Email: president@mybowness.com

Beverley joined the Bowness Community Association as a Director in 2018. She enjoys connecting and working closely with the residents of Bowness. She serves on the Finance and Twinning the Arena Committees. She runs her own company dealing in intellectual property management and development. Beverley is an active member of the Bowness Garden Club. In the summer months you will find her hard at work in her own extensive garden.

Jeffery has been with the Bowness Community Association since 2015, acting as a member of the board and chair of the Planning and Development Committee. Jeffrey is a registered architect and an artist. Jeffrey is passionate about positive growth in Bowness. He believes in inner city densification and with all the development taking place in the surrounding areas, he envisions Bowness as the hub that connects these new communities. Jeffrey has lived in Bowness for thirteen years with his wife Alana, two children and his two dogs. If you have a question about the planning committee you can reach out to planning@mybowness.com.

Mieke Coppes moved to Bowness in 2020 and couldn’t wait to join the local community association. She currently works as a consultant with a focus on Indigenous-Government relations and circumpolar issues. Mieke is excited about building connections and events for Bowness. She believes that building community begins with getting to know each other. She can be found wandering around the community (and the mountains) with her Bernedoodle Oreo.

Bentley was born in Calgary and spent his formative years at Bowness High. He studied sculpture at The Alberta University of the Arts receiving a BFA and later attended SAIT to become a Red Seal Cabinet Maker. After living in various cities in Canada and abroad, Bentley returned to Bowness in 2014 with his soon to be wife and they began to plant their roots. He and his spouse love to garden and walk along the river paths and escarpment that surround Bowness. Bentley’s excited by the vibrancy of the community and attends Planning and Development Meetings and is one of the newest members of the Board.

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Quality of Life Postcard 2023

This June, all Bownesians are invited to share about their lives in Bowness through the 2023 Quality of Life survey (formerly Vital Signs.) 

Since 2009, we’ve conducted this survey every three years to take a pulse on life in our community and take action on building a better Bowness.

Complete the survey during the month of June for a chance to win 1 of 5 $100 gift cards!

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