Home » Page 588

BCCSD AGM March 27

BCCSD Annual General Meeting, Friday March 27
Douglas College, Room #2201
Door Open 530pm, Meeting Start 6pm
See you there!

Many thanks!

Cheers!
Roger

Trev Deeley Motorcycles Free Garage Party

This is for ladies and your wifes and girlfriends. If interested, please let LARA KNOW RIGHT AWAY AT bettyboopred777@hotmail.com! TWO SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETERS WILL BE THERE!!

DO YOU KNOW A WOMAN WHO HAS ALWAYS DREAMED OF RIDING A MOTORCYCLE?

TELL HER ABOUT OUR GARAGE PARTY™ EVENT!

Trev Deeley Motorcycles is hosting a free Garage Party™ event to introduce women to the fun of riding and give them “inside information” on how to enter the sport. We will hold interactive sessions on topics of interest to potential female riders and Tech info for current riders. We will answer any questions women want to know (about motorcycles) in a fun, informative and informal atmosphere.

WHAT: Ladies Garage Party (3rd event! and this time it is in Vancouver)
WHEN: Thursday, March 26, 2009 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
WHERE: Trev Deeley Motorcycles
1875 Boundary Road Vancouver, BC CONTACT: Please RSVP with Lara ASAP at bettyboopred777@hotmail.com.

BC Cochlear Implant Financial Award for Students

If you are a person who uses a cochlear implant and will be attending a post secondary educational institution, you may be eligible to receive financial assistance fromthe BC Cochlear Implant Community Award.

Application Forms are available directly from:
Dr. and Mrs. Sipke Pijl via e-mail: pijl@interchange.ubc.ca
or from the St. Paul’s Hospital Cochlear Implant Clinic from 1 May 2009 until 30 June 2009.

Successful applicant(s) will be contacted in July 2009.

More info:
bcci-financial-award-criteria

BC Cochlear Implant Picnics for 2009

Surrey Cochlear Implant Picnic
Saturday, July 11
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Redwood Park, South Surrey

Kelowna Cochlear Implant Picnic
Saturday, June 13
1-5 p.m.
Mission Creek Park, Kelowna

More info: bc-cochlear-implant-picnics-for-2009

An interpreted play at Douglas College

imperfect

The play is about the people’s experiences from Woodlands and Riverview and is interpreted by Douglas College interpreting students on Tuesday, March 24th 7:30 pm

Submitted by David Still