8) Sign the Thank-you Card for Fort Mac - Feb 15 - 21st (WL)
The BC Flood and Wildfire Review, commissioned by the BC provincial government in December 2017, is engaging with British Columbians across the province to collect feedback on the government response to the devastating 2017 flood and wildfire seasons.
Led by co-chairs Chief Maureen Chapman and Mr. George Abbott, the review will be holding an open house in Williams Lake on February 13. Come by the Pioneer Complex anytime between 2:00 - 8:00 PM to meet with the review team, share your feedback, and help shape recommendations to the Province on how to improve preparation, prevention, response, and recovery policies and practices for future flood and wildfire events. Everyone is welcome.
To sign up for updates about the review, please visit our website at www.bcfloodfirereview.ca. If you aren't able to attend our event in Williams Lake, we are also holding an open house in Alexis Creek on February 15 that you are welcome to attend: https://www.facebook.com/events/1604677899626119/.
*Please note: the page for this event, its posts and the BC Flood and Wildfire Review page will not be monitored for correspondence. Please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.*
The Positive Action word of the week for Feb 12th is: Love: To show unconditional caring.
If you are interested in learning more about Positive Action and how you could use it in your setting, or want to attend the Feb 20th Community Meeting from 8:30 - 1:30 pm, please contact Carla Bullinger at 250-267-8249 or email@example.com
There are several ways to participate:
Workshops and contributors include:
The funding for these grants is made available from the Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society.
CCACS Support Grant Recipients, Pilot Intake #1, for grants to be completed by June 30, 2018:
Capital Purchase Support Grants:
- Potato House Sustainable Community Society ($1000) – purchase of second hand photo and sound equipment for use in hosting various community events and activities.
- 150 Mile Greenbelt, Trail & Heritage Society
($1000) – To develop a website,
Facebook page, and email address for the 150 Mile Schoolhouse.
- Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Society ($1000) – To commission/purchase rights to ten locally based photographs to be used in the Cariboo Chilcotin Conservation Field Guide.
- Arts on the Fly Festival Society ($1000) – To assist with presenting the Dark Times Festival, a three-day (March 2-4), three-venue musical festival taking place throughout downtown Williams Lake with 20+ musical acts and workshops.
The CCACS will be offering another pilot application intake for grants to be completed between July 1 and December 31, 2018, with an application deadline of June 1, 2018. Application forms are available on our website.
For further information please visit www.centralcaribooarts.com/grants or contact CCACS Executive Director Leah Selk at 778-412-9044 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.