Community support needed for Spring Break activities

Crowdfunding site set up to help youth have a positive Spring Break experience

Dear Editor,

Agassiz-Harrison Community Service(AHCS) is looking for the community’s support during spring break.  We  are fundraising to send local youth on a snow adventure. Our goal is $1200  so we can send 10 youth and 2 chaperones skiing. We are asking for the community’s help in raising these funds in 10 days… that’s $120 per day!

AHCS thought we would try a new fundraising strategy and have set up a “crowd funding” page through Black Press’ – BlackPress4Good.com website which is dedicated to helping not-for-profit organization raise funds.  If readers could go to https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/0wq89 and donate it would help us to reach our goal.  Every dollar counts in assisting Agassiz-Harrison Community Services’ youth programs.

Thank you for your help!

Laura Midan, Executive Director

Agassiz-Harrison Community Services

Just Posted

Highway 7 down to one-lane alternating as crews fight Mt. Hicks wildfire

150-hectare blaze prompted closure of a provincial park

Night patrol on Chilliwack waters leads DFO to seize 48 sockeye and harbour seal from poachers

Charges pending after two poachers arrested for fishing at night

WATCH: Recruitment set to start for the Molson Coors Brewery at Chilliwack

There were about 1,000 jobs during the construction phase and some staff now being sought

Chilliwack goes cluck-cluck for chickens ahead of civic election

With an election in sight, urban chickens supporters ramp up their efforts for legal acceptance

Wildfire smoke brings in air quality advisory for Lower Mainland

People with health conditions are urged to avoid the outdoors

Average Canadian family spends 43% of income on taxes: study

Fraser Institute’s consumer report shows taxes accounting for larger chunk of income each year

RCMP to search for body after man drowns in B.C.’s Buntzen Lake

Officers and fire crews responded but the man from the Lower Mainland is believed to have drowned.

Police chiefs call for stricter controls on pill presses to fight opioids

Canada’s police chiefs are urging Ottawa to beef up its fight against the opioid scourge by closely vetting people who import pill presses

Hot, dry conditions forces drought rating to highest level on Vancouver Island

The province says Vancouver Island is under Stage 4 drought conditions

Victoria police say explicit calls continue to target women

Over 50 reports of unwanted, sexually explicit calls have come in

‘It’s like a party in your mouth’

B.C. creator’s Milkshake Burger makes its debut at the PNE

Get involved in the Great Canadian Bumble Bee Count

Environmental organization develops app to help with the nationwide count

Pesticides linked to bee deaths will be phased out in Canada, sources say

Neonicotinoids, or neonics, are a class of pesticides used by farmers and hobby gardeners alike

Most Read