Opinion

Publishing error

On behalf of the Board and staff of Castlegar & District Community Services Society, I accept the apology from the editor of the Castlegar News for printing an outdated news release in last week’s newspaper – p. 13.  We sincerely hope our members, donors and supporters were not adversely affected by this error.

The CDCSS continues to work with children, families and others to provide programs and services that assist in achieving healthy results for all clients.

Increasing needs in the community with limited funding contracts impacts our ability to reach best outcomes.  Fundraising to expand or develop services to improve our capacity to meet all client needs is an ongoing challenge.  A direct mail campaign will be made this year, or donate on line at www.cdcss.ca.   Donations are always gratefully received with tax receipts issued.

Our 2012 Open House will be on Wednesday, Dec. 12th from 2 – 7pm.  Visit us at 1007 2nd St, to meet staff and Board members and learn about: Who we are, What we do, Why it matters and How you can help.  We look forward to your visit.

 

Roberta Hamilton,

Board Chair.

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