Blueridge Good Neighbour Day
Blueridge Good Neighbour Day is Sunday June 10, 2012. Just wait til you hear this years theme! The organizing Committee is looking for your input on this year's event. Please email us if you would like to share your creativity and your energy, we need more volunteers! Next meeting is Tuesday Feb 28, email us if you are interested. We have an amazing group of people.
Next BCA meeting
The next BCA meeting will be held at the Blueridge Elementary School on Tuesday, March 6, at 7 PM. A series of workshops to parents(attached is a flyer for details and registration information):Parkgate Community ServicesSociety, Cove Community Church and Mount Seymour United Church are working together in partnership to offer a series of workshops to parents:Your Child’s Sexual World is Bigger than You Think· Parenting in a Cyber-Age – Safe Online Outreach Society· How to Talk to your Kids about Sexuality - Saleema Noon Sexual Health Educator Group· Love, Sex and Good Relationships – Jan Bryant, Parent Counselor and EducatorWe all hear and see our children growing up so fast: they know so much at a much earlier age it seems. The purpose of this series is to provide parents with the most current information on what their children may be seeing, hearing and feeling and how to talk to their children; to give children the skills and knowledge to protect themselves and navigate an ever-changing world with the appropriate tools and confidence.This series is suitable for parents of children of all ages, particularly school age children and preteens. Please forward to anyone you think may be interested.Carol-Anne RobertsExecutive AssistantParkgate Community Services Society 2012 Metro Vancouver Urban Futures Survey
The 2012 Metro Vancouver Urban Futures Survey. This survey is designed to measure the importance of a number of issues for residents across the Lower Mainland.The first undertaken in 1973 and again in 1990; this is the third version the survey. The past surveys informed the creation of the Livable Region Plan and the Choosing our Future program. Together, these initiatives helped shape the metro region we see today. We need your help to shape the Metro Vancouver of tomorrow.The present survey will allow communities across the region to forecast and anticipate the needs and desires of the Lower Mainland’s 2.1 million residents. The survey will be instrumental in meeting the long-term social and economic goals of the region.The 2012 Urban Futures Survey is being conducted with the sponsorship of the non-profit Lambda Alpha International—the Society of Urban Land Economists—with the support of the Real Estate Foundation of British Columbia, the City of Vancouver, the City of Surrey, the City of North Vancouver, Translink, and Vancity.Want to know more about the Urban Futures Survey? Find out Moreor go to http://www.urbanfuturessurvey.com/