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All tutors, learners and community members are invited to attend our Annual General Meeting on Thursday December 1, 2016 from 6:00-7:30pm.
Project Literacy Kelowna Society is excited to become the new host organization supporting the work of the Central Okanagan Partners for Literacy task group.
The task group is made up of a number of community education and social service representatives… Project Literacy Kelowna Society is excited to announce the release of its 2016-17 Strategic Plan. This ambitious strategy builds upon thirty years of successful operations as a local charity and positions the society as a leader in local literacy support… Sandra, a single working mother, came to Project Literacy Kelowna to seek help to complete her Grade 10 English. Her plan was to take a health care assistant program so she could secure stable employment to support herself and her… The Project Literacy Kelowna Society Board of Directors and staff are excited about the boost it has received with a multi-year funding commitment totaling $45,000 over three years from the Central Okanagan Foundation.“The receipt of the Central Okanagan Foundation… Motor Werke who provided the gorgeous European vehicles! They were so kind to let us use their valuable gems.… Read More The Boyd Autobody & Glass Father’s Day Car Show Fundraiser on Sunday was a GREAT success! A huge thank you to This year we are celebrating 30 years of serving the Okanagan with a very special fundraising event. Our 30 Day Cash Giveaway Raffle tickets are $10 each and give you a chance to win daily cash prizes from $50 to… Published Thursday, September 17, 2015 by the Kelowna Daily Courier, Andrea PeacockLearning English has been paramount in adjusting to a new life in Canada for one Syrian refugee family in Kelowna.
Mohammed Alshahoud, his wife Sara and their five… William Cripps, a welder from Ontario, moved to Kelowna in 2011 only to find that not all of his welding certificates transferred to B.C.
While he… Read More Published: Friday, September 11, 2015 by the Kelowna Daily Courier, written by Andrea Peacock I’ve known a potential learner for years – with a better grasp on the language she could speak with confidence and improve her life.
I asked this potential learner once why she doesn’t take the initiative to become a learner…
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