Last Thursday inclusion Powell River held their Annual Summer Picnic under the Rotary Pavilion at Willingdon Beach. Numerous people from all over the community attended and enjoyed hamburgers and a variety of salads.
The zero waste initiative was present and was huge success with two Employment Services clients assisting the picnickers with the disposal of various items. A good time was had by all. Many thanks to Aaron Service and Supplies and Safeway for their generosity. We couldn’t do our events without the support from our Community Partners. Thanks to all the volunteers that made this year’s picnic a huge success! Hope to see you at the next inclusion Powell River event!
St. John Ambulance’s First Aid Training is now at
the ARC Community Event Centre!
Emergency First Aid For Industry –
WorkSafe BC Level 1(OFA Level 1) Equivalent
Next class: August 13th at 8:15am
For more info and registration
Please call 604-485-6411 ext.0
The inclusion BLOSSOM represents people gathering in triumphant celebration of the world they are creating. It is intended to honour origins and the amazing community collaboration that takes place when something enduring is created. With the opening of the ARC Community Event Centre, a new opportunity opens for creating an even more inclusive community. The ARC Community Event Centre is a stage to give voice to the unheard, for friends and strangers to gather, meet, converse, listen, and learn who we are and where we are going.
Celebrating the beauty of our own creation is the beginning of the journey to imagining a more inclusive community.
$55 PENDANT ~ $85 EARRINGS ~ $125 SET plus applicable taxes
News Release from inclusion BC
New Westminster, B.C., June 20, 2018 -The Accessible Canada Act was tabled today in Ottawa, marking an historic day for people with disabilities across Canada.
Bill C-81 The Accessible Canada Act: An Act to Ensure a Barrier-free Canada was introduced to Parliament by the Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities.
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The winner of the inclusion Powell River Self Advocate’s Spring Garden Raffle is Drena McCormack! Congratulations Drena!! On behalf of all the Self Advocates, thank you to all those that participated.
A special thanks to our prize donors:
Save on Foods – $100 gift certificate
Armitage Menswear – Quicksilver sun hat
Canadian Tire – Weed puller and garden scoops
Mother Nature’s – $50 gift certificate
Westview Bowling and Billiards – Gift certificate
The Peak Newspaper – One year subscription
Springtime Nursery – Water bottle
The Gomez family – Garden hose and miscellaneous garden supplies
Quality Foods – $75 gift certificate
Economy Rentals – Garden gloves and safety glasses
Rona – yard cart
First Credit Union – Water bottle
Coles – Giftwear
Paperworks – Doormat
Pollen Sweaters – 2 toques
Topshelf Feeds – Garden Rake
Valley Lumber – Loppers and pruner
Adams Concrete – Gift certificate for 2 yards Garden Blend Topsoil
Dave Percey – Garden decorations
The ABC’s of Behaviour
A workshop for parent’s on how to support individuals with challenging behaviour and how to build positive relationships
Now open for registration
May 30- June 13 Fun Learning New strategies & Activities
2 hours of interactive learning each session
Daycare service available
For more information call 604.483.4042 ext.200
cranberry eco preschool
June 7th, 2018 5:30-7:30pm
6831 Artaban Street
(Cranberry Children’s Center)
Spaces available for children 30 months to 5 years of age
Please join us and meet the staff and visit our spaces.
Cranberry Preschool is changing to Cranberry Eco Preschool! We will be enhancing our existing nature based learning environment. The program will focus with even more of an environmental lens using natural materials, teaching the children about gardening and composting, and we will have a zero waste policy. We will operate under the philosophy that there is no bad weather because
the best classrooms have no walls.
“Treat everyone with respect and kindness. Period. No exceptions.”-Kiana Tom
On Wednesday May 16th Conscious Kindness Day will be sweeping the nation! Powell River & District United Way have teamed up with the Compassion Project students at Brooks High School to encourage everyone in PR to join in Conscious Kindness Day. inclusion Powell River is proud to participate in the Conscious Kindness Day event. This initiative fits perfectly in with inclusion PR’s value statement of, “Fostering a safe, inclusive community where everyone belongs.” More than a mere tagline, this value statement is the foundation that inclusion PR was built on and continues to emulate each and every day. Be kind to yourself and to each other, not just on May 16, but every day. You’ll be amazed at how good you feel and how the people around you are. A simple act of kindness is a small pebble in the pond, but it will have a ripple effect that has no logical end.
“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.”-Aesop