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Sooke Branch #88 of the BC Pensiors & Seniors Organization will meet on the first Tuesday of each month at the Sooke Senior Drop-in Centre, Sooke Community Hall, Eustace Road entrance.  All welcome.  Come hear what the current hot topics are, and have your say.

B.C. Pensioners' and Seniors' Organization (BCPSO) promotes all matters pertaining to the welfare of the elder citizens of BC.  It presents resolutions to various levels of government and its agencies on issues that have been voted on and passed by members at the annual convention 

SEUSSICAL in Sooke!!! One show only!!!
An incredibly entertaining  Dr. Seuss musical stage show put on by the very talented bunch from Four Seasons Musical Theatre!!!
Hosted by Sooke Harbour Players at the EMCS theatre!!!
1 show only!
Sunday Matinee November 24 at 2:00 pm (doors 1:30)
Tickets on sale at: EMCS office, Shoppers Drug Mart Sooke     
Adults $18
kids 12 and under $12
family (2 adults, 2 kids) $54

If you belong to a volunteer based organization and are struggling to find the volunteers you need, you may want to consider some of these points:

‘Volunteer’ is the pay category.  Do not put it first and don’t bother mentioning it in ‘Volunteer Opportunities Listings’.

Also, they are 'positions descriptions' not 'Job Descriptions'.  This also refers to the pay category, which is none in the case of volunteers.

Many corporations have community engagement and employee volunteerism policies. The following company attended and presented at the 2013 Volunteer Futures Conference:

FortisBC - 100% Canadian owned, give $300/year + a volunteer to the organization of the employee’s choice, will top up any employee donation by 50%, give $30,000 donation plus an ‘army of volunteers’ to an annual project. Employees vote on the choice.  They also provide 3 employee ‘volunteer days’ per year and have an employee run foundation ‘Warm Hearts’

This website is designed with you in mind!  You being the individual residents of the Sooke region (East Sooke to Port Renfrew), people thinking of or just having moved here, as well as the organizations, clubs, service groups, charities and even certain businesses. (see the Social Determinants of Health for more information).  The all new Resource Inventory website has so many features that the original site did not have:

Blog & newsletter

Social media compatibility

Friends, Members and Supporters

Please join us for a

Potluck Lunch and Open House

(whatever the weather)
 

To celebrate Thanksgiving and Columbus Day
 

Monday October 14: NOON – 3:00pm DROP IN

Sunriver Community Garden
 

Enjoy a salmon bake courtesy of the Sooke Food CHI

Bring a pizza shell and toppings for the cob oven

Orchard apple bake as well!
 

Games for kids and the young at heart!

Kale club baseball! Zucchini Carving! Sack races!
 

For more information call:

Inexpensive lunches (soup and or sandwich, etc.) are served Tuesday and Thursday each week (10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.) with a hot meal served once each month.  Date to be determined as we settle into our new temporary location in the Dining Room of the Sooke Community Hall, Eustace Road entrance.

BINGO is played every Tuesday and Thursday from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Inexpensive lunches (soup and or sandwich, etc.) are served Tuesday and Thursday each week (10:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.) with a hot meal served once each month.  Date to be determined as we settle into our new temporary location in the Dining Room of the Sooke Community Hall, Eustace Road entrance.

BINGO is played every Tuesday and Thursday from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

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