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What is The Social Planning Council?

Activities:

o Monthly Meetings: Attend meetings with guest speakers from within the community &/or presentations at each meeting. We currently meet the fourth Monday of every month (excluding summer) at City Hall with light lunch by donation.

o Facebook & Email Group: Utilize the network on Facebook. Start discussions, learn about & share upcoming community events, projects and meetings. If you don’t use Facebook, then join the email network instead.

o Inform City Council: The SPC provides reports to City Council regularly and the City keeps the SPC informed. Use the network and have your voices heard.



Strategic Direction of the Social Planning Council of Williams Lake & Area:

o Poverty Reduction and the local Living Wage Campaign.

o Community Collaboration and Networking.

o Retention and Succession of residents within the Area.



Community Social Planning:

o Supports communities in building an integrated approach to complex problems that take into account social, economic, and environmental concerns.

o Maximizes the effectiveness of often scarce resources by working to reduce duplication, overlap and competition.

o Provides an ongoing forum for communication, coordination and conflict resolution.



Friday, May 30, 2014

Community Updates (13) – May 30, 2014



1) Free Salon Day for Graduation - Jun 7th from 1 - 4 pm
2) Communities that Care's - Positive Action Word of the Week
3) Colin Christopher Hypnosis Show - Jun 6th
4) Two upcoming events at Scout Island Nature Centre - Jun 5th & Jun 11th
5) Library Film Screening - Hi-Ho Mistahey, Jun 13rd at 7pm
6) Arts on the Fly "Aloha" event fundraiser in Horsefly - May 31st
7) Call for Submissions theme: My Williams Lake - deadline Jun 7th
8) Red Cross Babysitters Course - Saturday Jun 7th from 9am - 5pm
9) Kidsport Classic Run - Sunday Jun 22 at 8am
10) New City website is now online: www.williamslake.ca
11) Major Capital Funding for Creation of New Licensed Child Care Spaces
12) Junior Council - Want to serve your community?
13) Community Living BC presents Training in Williams Lake & Kamloops

1) Free Salon Day for Graduation - Jun 7th from 1 - 4 pm

At the Glass Slippers Boutique which helps graduates with low income attend their festivities. Loans prom dresses, arranges tux rentals; possible support with grad fees, hair appointments, or other grad expenses. Contact Lora at 250-267-1467 or email lora.fairbrother@sd27.bc.ca for more information or if you want to volunteer.

2) Communities that Care's - Positive Action Word of the Week
The Positive Action word of the week of Jun 2nd is: Goals: Dreams you want to reach.

If you would like more background information about Positive Action please contact Carla Bullinger at 250-267-8249 or email comthatcares@sd27.bc.ca

3) Colin Christopher Hypnosis Show - Jun 6th
With proceeds going to Women's Contact Society, attend this hypnosis show on Friday Jun 6th at Lake City Secondary (WLSS) - ticket prices are $65 per or $120 for couples. There will be a catered steak or chicken dinner, live music (opening act the local Perfect Match and a 50/50 ticket draw and cash bar. Tickets are available at the Women's Contact Society, M&M Meats and Woodland Jewelers. Call Ashlee at 250-392-4118 for more information.

4) Two upcoming events at Scout Island Nature Centre - Jun 5th & Jun 11th
a) Much ado about swarms - Thursday Jun 5th at 7pm - Come join local Beekeeper at Scout Island Nature Centre for an hour of discovery: why honey bees swarm, when to call in the beekeeper, what's going on inside the hive and learn the latest swarm research and other fun bee facts. Thursday Jun 5th at 7pm - free admission.

b) Come help a chinook salmon fry begin its long journey to the sea.  Come see the new creatures in our ocean tank.  What better way to honour the importance of our river systems and the miraculous flow of life.  Wednesday June 11 from 7-8:30 pm at Scout Island Nature House - free admission.

5) Library Film Screening - Hi-Ho Mistahey, Jun 13rd at 7pm
On Friday night June 13rd at the Williams Lake Longhouse (access via the Stampede Grounds) attend this free film screening of Hi-Ho Mistahey* directed by Alanis Obomsawin. In this feature-length documentary, Alanis Obomsawin tells the story of Shannen’s Dream, a national campaign to provide equitable access to education in safe and suitable schools for First Nations children. Strong participation in this initiative eventually brings Shannen's Dream all the way to the United Nations in Geneva.

*The viewpoints and opinions expressed in these presentations are strictly those of the producers and may not reflect those of the Cariboo Regional District Board of Directors, staff or volunteers.

For more information please call 250-392-3630 or email wlake@cariboord.bc.ca or visit www.cln.bc.ca

6) Arts on the Fly "Aloha" event fundraiser in Horsefly - May 31st
This Saturday, attend the fundraiser for the Arts on the Fly annual music festival. At the Horsefly Hall starting at 6:30 pm (music starts at 7pm) there will be a silent auction, local entertainment and treats & drinks by donation. For more information on this "Aloha Horsefly" coffee house fundraiser please call 250-620-3421 or 778-373-6108.

7) Call for Submissions theme: My Williams Lake - deadline Jun 7th
The Station House gallery challenges the citizens of Williams Lake and the surrounding rural areas to tell their stories through some form of art to be displayed in the Gallery for the months of July & August - music, poetry, stories, visual arts, textiles, sculpture, video, performance art, impressions, installations, collectable or artifacts important to your life... your creativity is the limit.

Submission forms, details, framing bursaries of up to $100 per artist is all available online at http://www.stationhousegallery.com/?page_id=338 or by email at coordinator@stationhousegallery.com.

8) Red Cross Babysitters Course - Saturday Jun 7th from 9am - 5pm
This nationally recognized course prepares young adults to be responsible and knowledgeable babysitters. Participants will learn about the rights and responsibilities of babysitters, how to care for newborn to school aged children, injury prevention and emergency action.

The course will be held at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex, and the course costs $55 (1 class). To register call 250-398-7665.

9) Kidsport Classic Run - Sunday Jun 22 at 8am
The annual Kidsport Classic Run is being held on Jun 22nd at 8 am starting in Boitanio Park. It is a 1/2 marathon, relay and 10 km walk or run in support of the local Kidsport Chapter which provides local grants for children ages 18 and under to participate in a sport season of their choice.

Run Categories: 18 or under, 19 - 39 years, 40-59 years and 60+ years of age.
Relay Categories: Elementary students, High School students, 19 -39 years, 40-59 years of age, Corporate or Family (runners may participate on only one relay team and teams may consist of 2, 3 or 4 runners).

Fees which include a free 2014 Dri-Fit shirt are $15/youth and $30 for adults. Entry forms are available online at www.activewilliamslake.com and for more information please contact the Recreation Complex at 250-398-7665.

10) New City website is now online: www.williamslake.ca
Did you know the City of Williams Lake has a newly redesigned website online. Visit www.williamslake.ca to check it out.

You can also receive City media releases and other news items directly to your inbox or smart phone, register as a user at williamslake.ca, and select “News Flash” from the list of subscription options using the Notify Me! feature. Users can also choose to receive other e-mail or text message alerts for job postings, public notices, public tenders, and calendar events.

11) Major Capital Funding for Creation of New Licensed Child Care Spaces
Please note and share this information with communities and agencies that there is an opportunity to apply for Major Capital funding via: http://www.mcf.gov.bc.ca/childcare/major_capital.htm

Overview of funding: Major Capital Funding is available to help with the costs associated with the creation of new licensed child care spaces. Under this program, non-profit child care organization may receive up to a maximum of $500,000 and private sector child care organizations may receive up to a maximum of $250,000 for:

-Building a new child care facility including the cost of buying land or a building;
-Assembly of a modular building and site development;
-Renovations to a building; and/or
-Buying eligible equipment and furnishings to support new child care spaces in an existing facility or as part of the above activities to create new spaces

Applications will be accepted during three intake periods: 1) May 2 - June 30, 2014, 2) September 1 – October 31, 2014 and  3) February 1 – March 31, 2015. Please see the website directly for further information on guidelines, eligible and ineligible items at http://www.mcf.gov.bc.ca/childcare/major_capital.htm

12) Junior Council - Want to serve your community?
Are you a high school student in Williams Lake who wants to serve your community and learn about local government? Be the voice of the future for youth in Williams Lake.

For more information talk to a current Junior Council member Tanner, Monica, Hanna, Brooklyn, Rebekah or Gagan, or Anne Burrill at the City of Williams Lake by emailing aburrill@williamslake.ca or call 250-392-8480.

13) Community Living BC presents Training in Williams Lake & Kamloops
Community Living BC in partnership with Smart Options & Williams Lake Association for Community Living presents “Joy of Working” & "Two-day Business Boot Camp" Training in Williams Lake and Kamloops.

Instructor:  Teresa Pippus is a sought after speaker and workshop leader – she has lead two amazing Boot Camps for CLBC in Nanaimo and Vancouver.

Course Details: “Joy of Working. Everyone Makes a Difference” (Williams Lake)
Date:   June 25th
Times: 9:00 am-4:30 pm
Tuition:$40
Registration Deadline: June 15th (Registration no cap!
Location: Child Development Centre – Gym (690 Second Ave N, Williams Lake)
Outline: see below

9:00am – 12:00pm - Joy of Working : Remarkable customer service is an experience, an attitude – and a commitment! The type of customer service you deliver will define your organization. Learn why thousands of companies embrace this amazing, authentic, and adventurous attitude in this workshop built on ingenious, simple lessons about bringing amazing energy, authentic passion, and an adventurous attitude to business – every day. Increase your customer base - Keep your employees - Attract clients and referrals.

1:00pm-4:30pm - Market research & networking for people with disabilities: http://thejoyofworking.com/workshops/ (see website for details)

Send registration information to Marianne Halberstadt (Williams Lake Association for Community Living) at 250-302-1472 or Mhalberstadt14@gmail.com

Course Details: “Two day Business Bootcamp*

Date:   June 26th & 27th  (limited seats available)
Times: 9:00am – 4:30pm
Tuition: $120 for both days
Registration Deadline: June 9th (Limited to 20 spots).
Location: CLBC Kamloops #45 – 450 Landsdowne Street
Outline: see below

In this Boot Camp service providers will learn how to help clients determine if their business idea could be successful, how to produce a simple business plan and understand the basics of marketing so that they can assist clients in their business enterprise. Please submit your business ideas with registration.

Submit registration to Karen Adkin (Smart Options) at 250-851-2542 or Karen@smartoptions.ca

Friday, May 23, 2014

Community Updates - May 23, 2014



1) Next SPC Meeting is on Monday, May 26th at Glass Slippers Boutique 11:30 am - 1 pm
2) Grad is almost upon us - Glass Slippers Boutique is taking donations & looking for volunteers
3) OAPO Pancake Breakfast - Saturday May 24th 8:30 - 11 am
4) Event Hosting Grants - application deadline May 31st
5) Charter for Compassion - Sunday May 25th at 3pm
6) Communities that Care's - Positive Action Word of the Week
7) Zumba Step Class - free class Monday May 26th
8) Reminders: Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin - Garage Sale May 25th, Women's Contact Society's Annual Children’s Festival - May 25th in Boitanio Park
9) Rooted in Story - Jun 21st 2 - 4 pm at Station House Gallery

1) Next SPC Meeting is on Monday, May 26th at Glass Slippers Boutique 11:30 am - 1 pm
Next Monday, May 26th the Social Planning Council will hear from Hospice during lunch, at the Glass Slippers Boutique (see next entry below for more info on the Boutique). By donation to Hospice, get Memory Seeds to plant, and if you have any donations for the Boutique please bring them with you. At this meeting we will discuss a community action plan from Community Living BC (an attachment regarding this plan will be sent out with the agenda next week). We hope to see you there.

Since we will be at Glass Slippers, feel free to bring donations for upcoming graduation (see specific needs in the update below).

If you have time, please read the attachment from the Community Action Employment Plan in advance. The agenda for the meeting is also attached.

2) Grad is almost upon us - Glass Slippers Boutique is taking donations & looking for volunteers
Boutique Description: Helps graduates with low income attend their festivities. Loans prom dresses, arranges tux rentals; possible support with grad fees, hair appointments, or other grad expenses. Contact Lora at 250-267-1467 or email lora.fairbrother@sd27.bc.ca for more information or if you want to volunteer.

We are always looking for all items but this year men's wear, men's black shoes, bow ties, white shirts. Ladies jewellery, tiaras, would be most appreciated. And SPONSOR A GRAD (see below). we need funds to rent tuxedos, I am finding this year most difficult with receiving monetary donations. A mannequin or tow would also be great if we can find any. And volunteers for the Boutique day in early June.

Sponsor a Grad - help with a tux rental or those perfect shoes - buy a salon certificate and help make a memorable moment. Boys & Girls Club Charity number available upon request. Contact Lora at the Club for more info at 250-392-5730.

3) OAPO Pancake Breakfast - Saturday May 24th 8:30 - 11 am
At the Seniors Activity Centre - Menu includes juice, ham, scrambled eggs, pancakes and a beverage. Cost is $6 each ($3 for children 10 years or younger). The breakfast will be followed by the regular Saturday Bingo at 12 pm - everyone is welcome.

4) Event Hosting Grants - application deadline May 31st
Twice a year, the City offers event hosting grants to assist local non-profit organizations to bid, host, develop, grow, market and administer new events in the City of Williams Lake. If you are a non-profit group that is holding an event between Sept 2014 -Feb 2015, you may be eligible to receive funding. The Policy and application forms are online at www.activewilliamslake.com or calling community services at 250-398-7665 - deadline is May 31st.

5) Charter for Compassion - Sunday May 25th at 3pm
Would you like to make a positive difference in your community? Would you like to learn more about the Global Compassion Movement? Join us for a compassion conversation at 3pm on Sunday May 25th at the IMSS Centre (118C N.1st Ave). Below is some background information on the Charter for Compassion.

Charter for Compassion

In 2008, author Karen Armstrong received the TED prize: $1,000,000 given to a person with a “bold vision to spark global change.” Together with an international group of scholars, she created the Charter for Compassion, a statement about how humans should live together regardless of ethnicity, religion, or race, focusing on the Golden Rule: doing to others what you wish for yourself.

Compassion is the principled determination to put ourselves in the shoes of the other, and lies at the heart of all religious and ethical systems.

Compassionate thinking and compassionate action in our public and private lives can change the world one person at a time. 

Rooted in a principled determination to transcend selfishness, compassion can break down political, dogmatic, ideological and religious boundaries. Born of our deep interdependence, compassion is essential to human relationships and to a fulfilled humanity.

We would like to start a Compassion Conversation, bringing together people from education, business, non-profit, religious, political, and all other sectors to discuss ways in which we can explore the challenge of the Charter in our community. The Gendun Drupba Buddhist Temple has already become a partner in the Charter for Compassion. Several organizations, including the Women’s Spirituality Circle, the Multiculturalism Program of CMHA, Immigrant and Multicultural Services Society (Williams Lake Branch) and the Social Planning Council, among others, are working together to bring the idea of Compassion into public discussion.

If you are interested in learning more about the Charter for Compassion movement, see charterforcompassion.org  

If you are interested in being a part of the Compassion Conversation, please attend our first meeting at the IMSS Centre (118C N. 1st Ave), 1:00 pm, Sunday, May 25. If you cannot attend, but would like to receive more information, please send your contact information to sharont@imss.c or drop it off at the above address.

6) Communities that Care's - Positive Action Word of the Week
The Positive Action word of the week of May 26th is: Self-Improvement: To make yourself better by taking positive actions.

If you would like more background information about Positive Action please contact Carla Bullinger at 250-267-8249 or email comthatcares@sd27.bc.ca

7) Zumba Step Class - free class Monday May 26th
On Monday May 26th at 7pm at the Gibraltar Room. Call the Rec Centre for more information.

8) Reminders - see below:
Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin - Garage Sale May 25th
Sunday, May 25th from 10 am to 3 pm at 113 North 4th Ave. For more information please email mccwl@uniserve.com.

Reminder Women's Contact Society's Annual Children’s Festival - May 25th in Boitanio Park
The annual Children’s Festival organized by the Women’s Contact Society is on Sunday May 25th in Boitanio Park from 10 am – 3 pm.  Craft booths, picnic sports, local talent performances, free activities, door prizes and more. Contact the Women's Contact Society to get involved or for more information please call 250-392-4118.



9) Rooted in Story - Jun 21st 2 - 4 pm at Station House Gallery
If you are a teller of tales, tall or true, poetry or prose, traditional or historical, we would like to meet you. Join us for the first meeting of the Williams Lake Storytelling Circle at the Upper Room in the Station House Gallery from 2 - 4 pm on Saturday Jun 21st.

"People think that stories are shaped by people. In fact, it's the other way around." (Terry Pratchett)

Friday, May 16, 2014

Community Update (11) - May 16, 2014



1) Next SPC Meeting is on Monday, May 26th at Glass Slippers Boutique 11:30 am - 1 pm
2) Grad is almost upon us - Glass Slippers Boutique is taking donations & looking for volunteers
3) Communities that Care's - Positive Action Word of the Week
4) Station House Gallery - May 2 - 31st
5) McDonald’s Bicycle Rodeo - May 27th from 4pm - 7 pm
6) Bike to Work Week - May 26 - Jun 1
7) Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin - Garage Sale May 25th
8) Reminder - Go Mountain Biking with the Boys & Girls Club
9) Reminder Women's Contact Society's Annual Children’s Festival - May 25th in Boitanio Park

10) artsVest BC for the Central Cariboo

11) Annual Fundraising Golf Tournament - Cariboo Brain Injury Society - June 7th

1) Next SPC Meeting is on Monday, May 26th at Glass Slippers Boutique 11:30 am - 1 pm
Next Monday, May 26th the Social Planning Council will hear from Hospice during lunch, at the Glass Slippers Boutique (see next entry below for more info on the Boutique). By donation to Hospice, get Memory Seeds to plant, and if you have any donations for the Boutique please bring them with you. At this meeting we will discuss a community action plan from Community Living BC (an attachment regarding this plan will be sent out with the agenda next week). We hope to see you there.

2) Grad is almost upon us - Glass Slippers Boutique is taking donations & looking for volunteers
Boutique Description: Helps graduates with low income attend their festivities. Loans prom dresses, arranges tux rentals; possible support with grad fees, hair appointments, or other grad expenses. Contact Lora at 250-267-1467 or email lora.fairbrother@sd27.bc.ca for more information or if you want to volunteer.

We are always looking for all items but this year men's wear, men's black shoes, bow ties, white shirts. Ladies jewellery, tiaras, would be most appreciated. And SPONSOR A GRAD (see below). we need funds to rent tuxedos, I am finding this year most difficult with receiving monetary donations. A mannequin or tow would also be great if we can find any. And volunteers for the Boutique day in early June.
Sponsor a Grad - help with a tux rental or those perfect shoes - buy a salon certificate and help make a memorable moment. Boys & Girls Club Charity number available upon request. Contact Lora at the Club for more info at 250-392-5730.
3) Communities that Care's - Positive Action Word of the Week
The Positive Action word of the week of May 19th is: Forgiveness: To give up anger and resentment.

If you would like more background information about Positive Action please contact Carla Bullinger at 250-267-8249 or email comthatcares@sd27.bc.ca

4) Station House Gallery - May 2 - 31st
Main Gallery: Sea to Sky (Al-Lisa Tresierra McKay), and at the Upper Gallery: The Creative Path (School District 27's Making Connections Program). Visit both exhibits from May 2 - 31st.

5) McDonald’s Bicycle Rodeo - May 27th from 4pm - 7 pm
Bicycle Safety will be the theme for the McDonald’s Bicycle Rodeo on Saturday, May 3rd from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm at the Canadian Tire parking lot. We encourage families to pre-register for this FREE event by calling the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex at 250-398-7665.

This year the McDonald’s Bicycle Rodeo committee is teaming up with the Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society who in partnership with Red Shred’s Bike and Board Shed is offering gently used bicycles for anyone that doesn’t own a bike.  Anyone needing a used bicycle can call the Conservation Society at 250-398-7929 and ask for Brianna van de Wijngaard.

The Bike Rodeo promotes safe bicycle riding habits which will reduce accidents involving children. The event is free and offers many interactive activities for children.

A course with a series of eight safety stations will give children the opportunity to learn correct riding skills. A safety inspection of the bicycle is the first stop on the course. Professionals will also check the child’s bike helmet to make sure it fits well and is being worn properly.

The remaining bike safety stations will focus on riding techniques and skills. Children will be asked to ride through established courses of figure eights, circles, and parallel lines. The emphasis for children at this event is to learn how to control their bicycle. All children who can ride tricycles or bicycles are encouraged to attend.  Bring your bicycle and helmet along.   You must register for this free program by calling the Cariboo Memorial Complex at 250-398-7665.

Sponsors of this event are: McDonald’s, Success by Six, United Way, Canadian Tire, the Brain Injury Society, Community Policing, Red Shreds, Boys and Girls Club, Youth for Christ, and the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex.  Contact Suzanne Cochrane or Denise Skarra at 250-398-7665 or visit activewilliamslake.com for more information.

6) Bike to Work Week - May 26 - Jun 1
Hosted by WL Cycling club. Visit www.biketowork.ca/williams-lake for more information.

7) Museum of the Cariboo Chilcotin - Garage Sale May 25th
Sunday, May 25th from 10 am to 3 pm at 113 North 4th Ave. For more information please email mccwl@uniserve.com.

8) Reminder - Go Mountain Biking with the Boys & Girls Club
From May 12 - Jul 1st (summer schedule will be announced later) the Boys & Girls Club is hosting free guided mountain bike rides for children & youth ages 7-18. Equipment is provided if needed to explore some of the best trails in the Cariboo (please bring water). Beginner/Intermediate level rides (suggested ages 7-11) take place on Thursdays from 3:30 - 5:30 pm, and Intermediate/Advanced level rides (suggested ages 12 - 18) take place Mondays from 3:30 - 5:30 pm. Contact Linda for more information at 250-392-5730 or email linda@bgcwilliamslake.com

9) Reminder Women's Contact Society's Annual Children’s Festival - May 25th in Boitanio Park
The annual Children’s Festival organized by the Women’s Contact Society is on Sunday May 25th in Boitanio Park from 10 am – 3 pm.  Craft booths, picnic sports, local talent performances, free activities, door prizes and more. Contact the Women's Contact Society to get involved or for more information please call 250-392-4118.

10) artsVest BC for the Central Cariboo

Free Sponsorship Workshop and Funding Program Information Session. Presented in partnership with the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society.
Location: Central Cariboo Arts Centre, Williams Lake, BC Date: Wednesday, May 21st, 1:00  to 5:30 p.m.

artsVest is a matching grant and training program that helps to spark business partnership with arts, culture and heritage organizations. We are looking to deliver the program in 2014/15 in the Central Cariboo. You must attend the info session and workshop in order to be eligible to apply for funds.  

The workshop provides valuable tools to help small and mid-sized cultural organizations and groups secure and nurture long-term, mutually beneficial partnerships with local businesses. The info session provides critical information about successfully completing the application.

To register visit http://artsvestbcwilliamslake.eventbrite.ca/ or for more information please visit http://www.artsvest.com/artsvest%E2%84%A2-b-c/

11) Annual Fundraising Golf Tournament - Cariboo Brain Injury Society - June 7th
Golf Tournament: Groups of two and if you don't have a partner show up and we will match you up with someone, or golf on your own as a single (fee of $15 per person or $25 a couple). Mini Golf Tournament: Anyone can play however prizes will only be given out to children 0-12 (fee of $5) Fun for all ages, and many prizes to win. June 7th at Bell-E-Acres from 10am - 3:30 pm (awards at 4pm). For more information please contact Courtney at 250-392-7772

Contact Us

The Social Planning Council is made up of volunteers from the community. Many of us work in social services agencies or also volunteer for other organizations.

To reach our Coordinator Jessica Dunn please email spc-coordinator@xplornet.com or call 250-243-2126. Our Mailing Address is Box 20045, Williams Lake BC V2G 4R1

To reach the Communites that Care Project Manager Carla Bullinger please email comthatcare@sd27.bc.ca or call 250-267-8249

To reach the THRIVE Williams Lake Project Manager Anne Burrill please email anne@changemakerconsulting.ca or call 250-267-7211

To reach the current SPC Chair, Larry Stranberg please email

happytrails@cfdccariboo.com or call 250-392-3626