Promoting Community Spirit Calendars

CFES is once again engaged in the annual fundraiser and production of the Community Spirit Calendar

Editor, The Times:

It is time to prepare for 2013. The Clearwater Festival and Events Committee ( CFES) is once again engaged in the annual fundraiser and production of the Community Spirit Calendar.

To get involved you need to either sign up when you see our setup in the shopping center or drop in at the North Thompson Aboriginal Sharing Centre (located down at the Community Resource Center building beside Raft River School)

This calendar features the birthdays, anniversaries and memorial dates of all family members who take part. It also features meeting dates and times are for the many and varied clubs and organizations in the community. The top of the calendar is a handy reference to find phone numbers. By purchasing a calendar you support the community and you get a handy reference for community and personal information at the same time.

Our theme is Family Fun in the North Thompson. If you would like to submit a picture that might be the feature photo, you are welcome to drop it off at the Aboriginal Center.

This past year CFES volunteers and funds have been active within the community, supporting events such as the recent Canada Day celebrations. We are a platinum sponsor of the Canoe Regatta and we have supported events such as the recent Children’s Festival. We are all about supporting family events and can be reached by writing to Box 233, Clearwater, BC V0E IN0

For more information, phone Cheryl Thomas 250-674-3260 or Cindy Wilgosh at 674-2939

Cheryl Thomas

Clearwater, B.C.

 

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