Community Spirit Calendars are here

Birthday Calendars are available at the NT Aboriginal Sharing Center or from Cheryl Thomas

Editor, The Times:

This is a letter to all those who have supported the Community Spirit Calendars and also to those who ‘missed the campaign’ in August/September this year.

The calendars – lovingly referred to as the Birthday Calendars – are available at the NT Aboriginal Sharing Center or from myself, Cheryl Thomas when you see me out and about.

Please stop in for coffee or a bite of lunch, or just a visit on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays between the hours of 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and pick up your copy.

Note: We did order a few extra calendars. Therefore, if you would like one, please just ask and you can get one as supplies last.

The handy directory located on the front of the calendar is an easy reference to many of the businesses in the area. Also noted are community events, meeting dates and the like.

Funds raised from this 2012 CFES project have gone to support community family theme events such as the Canada Day celebrations, the Canoe Regatta, the NT Children’s Art Festival and Family Fun Days. They also help to off set the costs incurred in the annual Arts Health and Wellness Expo and other events CFES either sponsors or partners with. In other words, the money used to purchase these calendars is re-invested into the community.

CFES values your support and hopes that your get another year of enjoyment out of having your Community Spirit Calendar, knowing that you are supporting your valley and many of the family friendly events that take place each year.

Cheryl Thomas

2012 Calendar chairperson

 

Clearwater Festival and Events Society

 

 

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