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407, 2015

Nutrition Presentations

By | July 4th, 2015|Categories: News, Past News 2015, Past News Archives|Comments Off on Nutrition Presentations

Nutrition Presentations Volunteer and Keep Well Participant, Iara Gilbertson, gives excellent and informative Nutrition presentations on a variety of topics. Seen here Iara is giving a power point presentation on Bowel Health for Seniors to participants at North Shore Neighbourhood House.

407, 2015

North Shore Community Foundation reception

By | July 4th, 2015|Categories: News, Past News 2015, Past News Archives, Uncategorised|Comments Off on North Shore Community Foundation reception

North Shore Community Foundation reception Keep Well President Libby Kelley accepts a cheque from David Alsop, President of the North Shore Community Foundation at a reception held for all of their grant recipients in December. Also, another great shot with Alan Jones who is representing [...]

2501, 2015

KAY’S BIG DAY

By | January 25th, 2015|Categories: News, Past News 2014|Comments Off on KAY’S BIG DAY

Volunteers at Keep Well’s North Shore Neighbourhood House class arranged a surprise Birthday Party for our most senior participant Kay Smith who celebrated her 99th birthday December 6th. North Vancouver City Mayor, Darrell Mussatto took time out of his busy schedule to join in the [...]

3012, 2014

Halloween 2014

By | December 30th, 2014|Categories: News, Past News 2014, Uncategorised|Comments Off on Halloween 2014

On October 27th North Shore Neighbourhood House had their Annual Halloween Howl with lots of food, fun and great costumes. Long-time Keep Well member, Kay Smith, will be turning 99 years young on December 6th and decided to come dressed as the Devil this year. [...]

3012, 2014

Nurses who gave the immunization talk

By | December 30th, 2014|Categories: News, Past News 2014|Comments Off on Nurses who gave the immunization talk

A group of student nurses from BCIT gave a presentation to the Silver Harbour Keep Wellers on the” importance of Adult Immunizations. The information is important for everyone to be aware of. Click here to view handout