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1. ACLE February Meeting – Mentor Training Session
A day of training for charities is taking place at the Delta on Monday, February 22, 2010. The session is free of charge and will include a complimentary lunch. As well, there will be a travel subsidy.
You can register on line at http://www.atlanticcharities.ca
You can be a Mentor!
Community Services Council is pleased to offer the Atlantic Charities Learning Exchange (ACLE) Mentor Training Session! ACLE is offering in person regional sessions on how to accurately complete the T3010B. This “Train the Trainer” clinic is open to all those who wish to learn more about the T3010B and share that information with members of other local charities.
All sessions are from 10am to 3pm, include a free lunch and are free of charge.
Monday, February 22nd 2010- Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Delta Prince Edward, 18 Queen Street
Facilitator: Jean-Valmond LeBlanc
1) Visit http://www.atlanticcharities.ca
Open to board members, staff and volunteers of registered charities.
NB. Seating is limited so it is suggested that you register early to ensure a place.
Feel free to call me for more information.
Sylvie Arsenault, Manager
Voluntary Resource Centre
81 Prince Street
Charlottetown, PE C1A 4R3
This project is led by the Community Services Council Newfoundland and Labrador (www.envision.ca) in partnership with Community Links (www.nscommunitylinks.ca), Centre de Bénévolat de la Péninsule Acadienne Inc (www.cbpa.ca), Volunteer Centre of Southeastern New Brunswick (www.volunteergreatermoncton.com) and Voluntary Resource Centre. Financial contribution is provided by the Canada Revenue Agency.
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1. BONSHAW CEILIDH January 31 to Benefit The Salvation Army
The monthly Ceilidh/Concert in the beautiful Bonshaw Hills is set for 7-9 pm on Sunday, January 31st. Special guests are the popular band Bluegrass Revival: Alan MacRae, Cherie and Peter LeMoine, Gail Mullen, and Shirley Jay. There will also be regular performers, open stage time, a 50/50 draw, lunch, and more! Admission is by donation with proceeds this month going to the Salvation Army.
The evening’s program is the at Bonshaw Community Centre, 25 Green Road, in Bonshaw (next to the Bonshaw Hall, which is undergoing renovations). Please join us for a wonderful evening. Everyone is welcome. For more information, please contact 675-4093 or 675-4282. also note, the Ceilidhs in February and March will be in the afternoon, from 2-4p
Bioenergetics (a body/mind approach to health and well-being) Practitioners offer exercise classes and individual counselling. Classes begin February 10th from 7-8 p.m. for 6 weeks. Cost is $60.00. For more info. call Margaret at 394-4386 or e-mail email@example.com
3. Caring for You and Your Baby On-line Resource
Check out this new resource! http://you-and-your-baby.cpha.ca/about.html
The Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) recently announced the launch of an on-line resource for new mothers. Caring For You and Your Baby is a practical guide for new mothers with babies from infancy through to toddler age, developed by CPHA in partnership with Reckitt Benckiser Inc., the makers of Lysol® products. If you work with new Moms (or are a new Mom yourself) —have a look at this new resource.
4. Citizen Advocacy’s BEAT THE WINTER BLUES DANCE
“BEAT THE WINTER BLUES DANCE”
with music by D.J. Douce.
It’ll be fun for all. It’s on Saturday, January 30th at the Charlottetown legion at 99 Pownal St.
9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Only $5.
Please let all your friends know about it. Anyone with a disability needing a ride, please let us know. more info 566-3523.
We can offer transportation.
Thank you all,
PEI Citizen Advocacy
5. Ruth Mathiang to Headline International Women’s Day Celebration – March 6, 2010, 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
Music, fun and food are on the bill at this year’s celebration of International Women’s Day, Saturday, March 6th at The Guild in Charlottetown.
Ruth Mathiang, now living in Toronto, will make a return visit to Charlottetown for the event. Ruth is originally from Sudan, but came to PEI in 2001 to attend university here. She moved to Toronto a few years ago to pursue a graduate degree. Today Ruth is one of the rising stars of African music in Toronto. She has two CDs to her credit. The most recent, “Butterfly,” is a mixture of her favourite styles of music, including Hip Hop, Reggae, Afrobeat, and Gospel.
For trivia buffs, the evening will feature a distinctly feminist game – “Eve’s Quest” – that will challenge participants knowledge of women’s history, arts, myths and wisdom. The game is sure to be entertaining and fun. So here’s a question: Do you know how often women appear in trivia games, really? The answer: Only 4% of the content for an average trivia game deals with women.
Doors open at 7:30 pm. No admission cost. All welcome. Refreshments will be served and there will be a cash bar. For more information, contact Cooper Institute, 894-4573 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is organized and made possible by the following International Women’s Day PEI Together in Courage Committee Members/ Funders: ACIC, Cooper Institute, CUPE Global Justice Committee, CUSO-VSO, PEI Advisory Council on the Status of Women, PEI Federation of Labour, PEI InterMinisterial Women’s Secretariat, PEI Rape and Sexual Assault Centre, WUSC, and Women’s Network PEI.
6. PRH Workshops Offered by Sr. Myrna Aylward, February 2010
If you wish to register for any of these workshops please send in your registration right away to my contact email:
EXPLORING THE TRANSCENDENT DIMENSION OF MY LIFE
We have a powerful resource of positive life and strength that is us, yet, more than us. Come and explore this beautiful resource within you. You are in for a surprise. (Some experience of PRH education required) Dates: 10 Wed. – Feb. 3-April 11, Time: 7-9:30pm. Cost: $300.00
MAKING GOOD DECISIONS
We all want to make good decisions yet, often we second guess ourselves. This workshop introduces you to an effective tool for making decisions that really works and stops this second guessing. Dates: 4 Thurs. Feb. 4 -25, Time: 7-9:30pm. Cost:
LEADING MY LIFE
Do you sometimes feel like you are just drifting through life without any thought of who you are or where you are going? Do you feel that your life is out of control and is passing you by? This workshop is effective in helping you to take more charge of your life and what you really want to do with it. Dates: 2 weekends – Feb. 5-7 & 26-28, Time: Fri. 7-9:30pm, Sat. & Sun. 9am-4:00pm. Cost: $300.00
LOCATION: Mt. St. Mary’s Spirituality Centre, 141 Mount Edward Rd. CONTACT: Sr. Myrna Aylward, PRH Counselor and Educator email@example.com Please note that all workshops require pre-registration plus a $40.00 deposit.
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