Community

Garden Inauguration

Garden Inauguration

The beautiful fall weather we had for the inauguration of the Canada150 Community Garden on Thursday October 26th must be a good omen for an excellent harvest for the 2018 growing season. Nanoose Community Services board members gathered around the garden that has been lovingly weeded and enlarged with the

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New York New York collage

New York, New York!

What a New York night it was! One hundred people enjoyed a gourmet dinner, listened to the dulcet tones of Vicky Sojhall and bid on experiences from New York to Naramata and wine to whisky.  All to the great benefit of their neighbours in Nanoose Bay. Former Chair, Jean Russell,

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Sunday@4 & Sponsor Logos

Sunday@4 2017-18

Following three successful seasons, the Sunday@4 discussion series will return on October 29th with a wide range of topics chosen by a committee of thirteen volunteers from throughout the community. The brain child of Jay Spence to provide a series for the whole Nanoose community, co-sponsors are Nanoose Community Services, Fairwinds

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Cooperation Critical

Partnerships are essential to NCS because we know that alone we can only do so much, but collaboratively, we can provide a greater hand up to Nanoose residents. We have partners in the broader, Oceanside, community to whom we refer our clients when their needs are above and beyond our

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J Love-Eastham (NCS) and Don White (Lantzville Rotary)

Rotary Rocks

Our sincere thanks to the Lantzville Rotary Club for their very kind donation of $1,000 from the proceeds of their recent golf tournament at Fairwinds Golf Course. Eleven supporters answered our call for volunteers and sat at various holes spotting (and hoping for) a prize-winning “hole-in-one”, closest to the pin,

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Pre-schooler holding rhubarb

Canada150 Community Garden

Nanoose Community Services (NCS) is pleased to announce that we have received a grant from the Community Fund for Canada’s 150th to create a community garden for NCS clients to grow their own produce with the assistance and engagement of a variety of groups and businesses within Nanoose Bay. This

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Feat for Funds

A small but cheerful group of local residents took to their feet Sunday April 2nd and raised $1,893 for the Nanoose Community Services (NCS) food program.  The Feat for Food event was organized for the 7th year in a row by Dr. Rustin Abdurahman’s wife, Rhonda and his dental team at Nanoose

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