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What is The Social Planning Council?


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, February 26, 2016

Community Updates (17) - Feb 26, 2016

Table of Contents:
1) Next SPC Meeting is on Feb 29, 2016 from 11:30 am - 1 pm
2) Daybreak Rotary Club's 25th Annual Giant Used Booksale - Feb 13 - 27
3) Performances in the Park - Call for Performers - application deadline Mar 3/16
4) Free public Talk - Cruising North America's Great Loop & the Bahamas
5) Women's Contact Society's Annual Bridal/Womens Fair Mar 6th
6) Ready-to-Raise Online Webinars - Mar 1 - 4th (10 - 11am)
7) Who's Who Event on March 8, 2016 at the Signal Point Gaming Center at 6:30pm. 
8) Free Training Session on FASD - Mar 8th from 9am - 3 pm @ Friendship Society
9) New Racism Awareness Network - next meeting & two upcoming presentations
10) Positive Action Word of the Week(s)
11) Reminder - Hospice Training Begins this April
13) TRU's Program Info Night: Human Services & Educational Assistant & Community Support
14) TRU's Annual "Diamonds & Denim" fundraiser - Apr 2, 2016
15) TRU bring in Gabor Mate to talk "Peer Orientation" - Apr 15/16 from 10 am - 4:30 pm
16) CCACS: Let us know what you think in the 2016 Arts centre user survey
17) Free Public Information Session 2 (of 6)*: Understanding Substance Use

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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.

Our Mailing Address is Box 20045, Williams Lake BC V2G 4R1

To reach the Society Coordinator Jessica Dunn please email spc-coordinator@xplornet.com or call 250-243-2126

To reach the Communities that Care Project Manager Carla Bullinger please email carla@caribooliteracy.com 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