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Caregivers sought for new loss program

An innovative educational program starting in early March will help caregiving family members from Prince Rupert deal with the loss and grief issues associated with dementia.
Angel support…

Angel support…

Museum hours being revamped

The Museum of Northern B.C. has told city council the Visitor Information Centre will be open from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. seven days a week from the May long weekend until the end of August, with the exception of Thursdays when it will be open until at least 8 p.m. because of the cruise ships.

Bids sought for Sr. Games

Communities around the North Coast will be receiving information shortly seeking bids to host the 2013/2014 BC Senior

Weekly notes from the Prince Rupert Seniors Centre

Whist: Ladies’ 1st-Anne R., 2nd-Cathie, Pool-Della. Men’s 1st-Lynne, 2nd & Pool-James Strand. We know who “should” buying coffee this week
Community comes out to mark the Chinese New Year

Community comes out to mark the Chinese New Year

Although Chinese New Year is not until tomorrow, celebrations for the Year of the Rabbit began early in Prince Rupert with people joining together at the Nisga’a Hall on Sunday, January 30 to take part in the traditional and pleasurable commemoration.

Chinese New Year soon

Although the beginning of 2011 was marked nearly a month ago, in traditional Chinese beliefs the new year is now just shortly arriving and will occur shortly.
District governor visits the Lions

District governor visits the Lions

On Thursday, January 20, the Lions Clubs International District Governor for District 19A, Troy Dalen, came to Prince Rupert to make his official visitation to the Kaien Island Lions Club, Prince Rupert Lions Club, and Port Edward Lions Club.

Notes from the Seniors Centre

Cribbage Winners from Monday:1st-Sigga & Della, 2nd-Marj and Phil, 3rd-Wilma & Mary.
January is Rotary Awareness Month: Celebrating the work of Rotary International locally and globally

January is Rotary Awareness Month: Celebrating the work of Rotary International locally and globally

A simple walk around the streets of Prince Rupert shows that Rotary is very much alive and active on the North Coast, with signs at McClymont Park and the waterfront, but many remain unaware of what Rotary is and how it operates.