Service Clubs hold joint info meeting

The Sechelt Toastmasters Club and the Rotary Club of Sechelt reached out to the Lions Club and Habitat for Humanity to start the local cooperation of service clubs for the good of the community.

Recently the four clubs held a public information meeting at the Seaside Centre to convey what they each do for the community and how working together they can achieve more. About 40 people attended the meeting.

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In keeping with this partnership approach, the four groups are committed to making an impact in Sechelt and know that giving begins at home. In the process of helping improve people’s lives, members and volunteers find their lives enriched. Regular people getting together and creating something special is how a community is built.

Our community runs on volunteer power so listen to the heart of your community and help a service club by becoming a member or a volunteer helper.

You might also find one of these groups will enrich your life, too.

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