Category Archives: News

27Sep/17

Preschool Gym – Fort St. James

Preschool Gym – Beginning Sept 18, 2017
Mondays at Nak’azdli Daycare  9:30 to 11:00am
Wednesdays at Nak’albun School Gymn 9:30 to 11:00am
Facilitated by Nechako Valley Community Services – Call Joan at 250-996-7645
Preschool Gym Poster 2017 (3)

11Sep/17
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Take a Break with Seniors Connected!

A Coffee break that is.

Enjoy some coffee and pie with loved ones. Seniors Connected ins hosting a social for Alzehimer disease. Do you know someone suffering from Alzheimer’s?

Come out and support your loved ones

You will be raising crucial funds to support local programs and services to help people living iwth dementia

September 23rd 11-2pm Friendship Centre – Admission by Donation

25Aug/17
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Volunteers Needed

Fort St. James  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – Nechako Valley Community Services Society (NVCSS) is looking for volunteers to assist the Fort St. James RCMP’s Victim Service Worker. Applicants must be 19+ years of age, have a valid Class 5 license and submit to an Enhanced Reliability Security Clearance.

Volunteers will attend scenes alongside police officers and provide assistance, support and information to victims of crime.  As such, volunteers must be willing to be “on-call” to attend scenes when needed.  Victim Service Volunteers also liaise with various outside agencies to connect people with supports and resources.

If you are interested in this exciting and rewarding opportunity in your community, please email info@nvcss.ca with subject line ‘VICTIM SERVICES VOLUNTEER APPLICATION’.  Questions can also be directed to the NVCSS main office at 250 567 9205.

Vanderhoof  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – Nechako Valley Community Services Society (NVCSS) is looking for volunteers to assist the Vanderhoof RCMP’s Victim Service Worker. Applicants must be 19+ years of age, have a valid Class 5 license and submit to an Enhanced Reliability Security Clearance.

Volunteers will attend scenes alongside police officers and provide assistance, support and information to victims of crime.  As such, volunteers must be willing to be “on-call” to attend scenes when needed.  Victim Service Volunteers also liaise with various outside agencies to connect people with supports and resources.

If you are interested in this exciting and rewarding opportunity in your community, please email info@nvcss.ca with subject line ‘VICTIM SERVICES VOLUNTEER APPLICATION’.  Questions can also be directed to the NVCSS main office at 250 567 9205.