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In light of the current COVID-19 pandemic, please be advised that many events are being postponed or cancelled. Before proceeding to any event that may still be listed in this events calendar, please confirm with the event organizers that it is still going ahead.
Adult Children of Alcoholics and Dysfunctional Families
If you grew up in an alcoholic, addictive or any other type of dysfunctional home and you are struggling emotionally and have difficulty coping with life, there is a recovery and support group available for you. If you would like to move from just surviving to thriving, this may be for you. If you would like to know the time and place or have any questions, please call 709-743-1520.
Free Gospel Concert
Gospel Concert on August 14, featuring Jimmy Lee Howard and friends with refreshments following at Elim Pentecostal Tabernacle, 565 Kenmount Road, St. John’s.
A free will offering will be taken.
Never Give Up Day
This August 18, the City of Halifax proudly joins community members celebrating Never Give Up Day and has proclaimed August 18, 2022, as Never Give Up Day.
Never Give Up Day is a global celebration day focused on cultivating a mindset of determination. The mayoral proclamation signals the city’s role in recognizing the importance of never giving up and invites its citizens to make this day a springboard for awareness-raising actions. Never Give Up Day provides a common platform for health and social care providing associations, nonprofits, charities and so many more, in their efforts to establish a call to action and fundraising activities.
Many causes have dedicated awareness months or days to hold their call to action or fundraising, but few can engage so much attention, touching so many hearts, and connecting so many people to the same degree as Never Give Up Day. The day not only applauds people for reaching their goals but also supports those who are still trying to achieve their goals.
What our communities do each year is nothing short of amazing. This unique celebration day is dedicated to showcasing the impactful resilience and determination in our community. #NeverGiveUpDay has the power to bring an entire city together to promote the spirit of never giving up.
More information: www.nevergiveupday.com
Attention PWC Class of 1972 50th Reunion!!
Planning is now quite advanced for the 50 year reunion for graduates of the Prince of Wales Collegiate Class of 1972 planned for September 30 and October 1. If you graduated from PWC in 1972 and wish to attend the reunion, please forward your contact information and any comments to email@example.com as soon as possible. Also if you know of anyone that graduated from PWC in 1972, please pass this information along.