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Got passion? Doing something cool? Tell us about it!Posted: July 4, 2012
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cranbrook is cooking up something big. A new summer program is in the works and they are looking to the community for cool people who want to share their hobbies and passions with some wonderful youth!
The program will involve bringing a wide variety of children and youth together to meet cool community members. Are you building a kayak in your backyard? Are you the owner of your own business that makes something cool? Do you have an hour or so to share with the young people of our community? The goal is to share, empower, and encourage Cranbrook’s youth to be actively involved in things that they feel passionate about. This program will show youth that there are a large number of people in the community that are pioneering cool new projects and ideas.
If you have an hour to spare and want to share the cool thing that you are doing in the community please give us a call! At Big Brothers Big Sisters 250-489-3111 or [email protected]
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cranbrook has been creating friendships since 1977 and have numerous programs that meet the needs of children and youth throughout the community.
By Dana OsiowyTags: Big Brothers Big Sisters of CranbrookDana Osiowy
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