Habitat for Humanity Vancouver Island North (Habitat VIN) and Youth 20/20 Can are partnering to engage young people in local volunteerism. On
August 20th, they will host a build day on Habitat’s 1330 Lake Trail Road construction site open to anyone between the ages of 16 and 30.
Tide Change is very pleased to be of assistance in getting the word out to help continue the tradition and enjoyment of this beautiful local hidden gem in the Comox Valley. Lovingly cared for by volunteers, The Gardens on Anderton’s mission is to provide a unique and beautiful garden that is accessible to people of all ages and abilities and promotes the health and wellness of its volunteers and visitors.
Following an exploration over the past year to identify an appropriate site for a new public works site, the Village of Cumberland was offered an opportunity to purchase a portion of unutilized lands from West Fraser Mills.
Lake Trail Community Education Society (LTCES), formerly known as Lake Trail Neighbourhood Connections, invites you to discover the Lake Trail Community School Garden this summer through drop-in programs, workshops and learning opportunities, and Lammas; our annual summer harvest feast.
After years of preparation and planning, the Comox Valley Regional District’s new water treatment system project has officially moved into the construction phase with award of the design-build contract to AECON Water Infrastructure Inc.
Gather your friends for an afternoon to enjoy sipping wine and noshing on yummy appetizers at the lovely outdoor setting of 40 Knots Vineyard and Estates Winery on Sunday, August 18th , from 2 pm to 5 pm, and, at the same time, you will be supporting the Comox Valley Hospice Society.
On July 20th and 21st, 125 riders embarked on an unforgettable cycle tour experience to help keep Vancouver Island Hospice Care in motion. The Comox Valley Cyclepaths team came in at a very close second place, with $41,800 raised, while its team member, Raida Bolton finished as top rider with $18,192.
On the 12th of July, the CVCDA celebrated 45 years of providing service to the families and children of the Comox Valley. Over these years, the organization has touched numerous lives within the community and the community has given back with their enduring generosity and kindness.
This is the fifth article in a series created by Dorothea Gordon where she showcases individuals and business owners in the Comox Valley who had a dream, goal, or vision and made it come true, benefiting their community in the process.