Thank you so much to the West Kootenay Road Runners rep Ian MacLeod for bringing in a cheque for $500 in support of the WINS Transition House.
The funds were a grant from the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary Boundary Area A representative Ali Grieve and Area B representative Rick Worley.
FAIR Executive Director Janet MacNeil accepts the cheque on behalf of the staff at the Society.
Trail FAIR Society is accepting applications for a Program Coordinator for the Pregnancy Outreach Program.
The purpose of the program is to support pregnant women and new parents in making healthy pre- and post-natal decisions and to provide information about nutrition, breast feeding and other issues related to the health of babies. This is accomplished through a weekly drop-in education and support group plus outreach support which is provided by the Program Coordinator with support from the Program Assistant.
This position is 16 hours per week and is paid at FAIR Wage Grid Level 14 ($23.19 – $27.02 per hour) plus benefits as per FAIR policy.
Please see click here to see the posting which contains additional details including the required Education and Experience.
FAIR is pleased to partner with the Circle of Indigenous Nations Society, offering gathering space for several of their family programs.
The Aboriginal Family Gatherings will be meeting at our 2079 Columbia Ave building in Trail on the following Saturdays
- Oct 5
- Oct 19
- Nov 2
- Nov 16
- Dec 7
Children aged 0-6 and their families are encouraged to drop between noon and 2pm for culturally relevant crafts, activities, storytelling and a healthy meal.
No registration is required. Contact Jesie at COINS for more information: 250-304-7481. Click here to download a poster for this program.
The Pregnancy Outreach program is hiring an assistant.
Thank you to everyone who responded regarding this fun position. The posting has now closed.