Adamson returns to Success By 6 coordinator position

I would like to re-introduce myself as the Success By 6 coordinator for our area

Editor, The Times:

Our Clearwater and area Success By 6 initiative is still going strong and I would like to re-introduce myself as the Success By 6 coordinator for our area once again.

After returning from maternity leave last October, I resumed my position with Success By 6 only briefly before taking on other responsibilities within Yellowhead Community Services.  Kerry Milner-Cairns thankfully continued in the role and has done fantastic work these last few years in strengthening the projects Success By 6 provides for young children in our area.

Kerry will be remaining on our Success By 6 community table as a member through her role as our area’s literacy coordinator. I also congratulate Kerry on her new position as the manager of the Community Resource Centre. Look for many new and exciting literacy and learning programs being developed at the CRC for people of all ages!

As I return to the coordinator position for Success By 6, I plan to continue building relationships with our community’s leaders, service groups, and service providers in order to ensure families needs are being met in our area.

Thank you to everyone who continues to support the programs and services Success By 6 promotes and provides in our area.

Don’t forget to “like” us on Facebook to receive community updates for families with young children. Search “Success By 6 – Clearwater, BC”.

Heather Adamson, coordinator

 

Success by 6

 

 

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