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Celebrate volunteers during Volunteer Week

National Volunteer Week is Sunday, April 10 to Saturday, April16 and there are many exciting events happening in Campbell River to acknowledge the work volunteers do in our community.

Campbell River’s senior peer counselling program needs volunteers

The Campbell River Senior Peer Counselling program has been running for more than four years, supporting seniors in our community.

ICBC drives Volunteer Week

ICBC recognizes Campbell River and area volunteers for helping make B.C. roads safer as part of National Volunteer Week, April 10-16.

Clothesline Project draws attention to violence against women

April 19-23rd is Prevention of Violence Against Women Week in BC. Statistically, one in four women experience violence at the hands of someone that they know.

Tasty fundraiser served up for Japanese relief effort

Good food consumed for a good cause

Garage sale to support transition house

On Saturday, May 14, Royal LePage Advance Realty and Royal LePage offices across Canada will be transformed into an oasis for bargain hunters as they join together to host the National Garage Sale for Shelter in support of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation.

How to survive disaster is a valuable lesson

Emergency preparedness is on people’s minds these days. That seems to be evidenced by the popularity of the Strathcona Regional District’s emergency preparedness seminars last Thursday.

Veronica and Vernon’s Closet

The John Howard Society of North Island (JHSNI) invites you to drop by the Activity Centre at the Campbell River Community Centre on Monday, April 11 from 3:30-6:30 p.m. for Veronica and Vernon’s Closet.

Fundraising for Japan

The rebuilding from the disaster in Japan is just beginning, and the Japanese and Nikkei Community of Campbell River, Comox Valley, and Area are still fundraising for money to go to the Canadian Red Cross who are helping the affected.
Scoring touch

Scoring touch

from left) Kevin Mills of the Campbell River Lacrosse Association marks a $312 donation from London Drugs Campbell River’s assistant store manager Nicole Cunningham and manager Warren Cook to help defray the costs of the new lacrosse box.