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Participation Agreement These are the forms that you need to fill out if you want to enroll into the program. * You can print the forms out and drop them off, or you can electronically submit them. To download the forms, you need Winzip. Follow the link below to get it. To fill the forms […]
Everybody is familiar with this. Most of us have a friend or family member who can clear out a room when they kick off their shoes. And even the sweetest smelling person can do a decent job stinking up a pair of shoes by running a few miles in them. So what’s going on here? […]
Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts – Contributors > The more than 100 people who contributed over 1000 hours of volunteer labour to renovate the physical space.> Click here to see photos.> The Board of Directors of the SKILLS Society> Derek Heslop and the firm Manasc Isaac Architects Ltd.> The Clifford E. Lee Foundation> Alberta Lottery Fund Community Initiatives […]
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In 1989, while on a discovery vacation to the ‘beautiful’ tropical island of Tobago, I spent a few days at Auntie Louise’s guest house. ‘Tante Lou’ as she was known to the locals, was a Baptist elder. She was somewhat of a ‘godmother’ to many of the people of Plymouth. After a day of wandering […]