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Ladies Boost NCS

The Nanoose Community Services (NCS) received a big boost on Aug. 9 from the people who participated in the Fairwinds Golf Club Ladies’ Field Day. The event raised $5,155 for the local charity. In addition to the full slate of 128 golfers from across the region, 19 men volunteered to

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Art in the Garden

Art Lovers Give Generously

Over 24,000 visitors enjoyed viewing the unique art and craft work of 90 local artists earlier this summer in another successful ‘Art in the Garden’ event in Nanoose Bay. As they strolled through the lovely woodland grounds of hosts Leslie and Mike Seselja on the family’s 10-acre property off Northwest

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Multiple Ways to Donate

An increase in client base, as well as skyrocketing food costs, have proved a challenge for your local charity.  The NCS budget for food cards has doubled over the past three years.   In order to cover our costs and ensure that we are able to continue assisting those in need, we are

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Nanoose Bay Studio Tour

Art Lovers Dig Deep

Organizers suggested that the record attendance at the Nanoose Bay Studio Tour showcase on April 28 and 29, 2018 was due to the rainy weekend but it was undoubtedly due to the quality and variety of artists who were in attendance. All who attended were impressed with the creativity of artists

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Growing Partners

We’re thrilled to announce a new partnership with the Coombs Farmers’ Institute(CFI).  Their “Here We Grow” program, funded by the Ministry of Agriculture, teaches traditional skills of vegetable and fruit growing in both a classroom setting in Coombs and through community gardens such as ours. Instructors from CFI gave volunteers and

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Vancouver Island Ukulele Orchestra

Ukelele Christmas

We Three Kings and Rocking ‘Round the Christmas Tree were some of the favourites that the Vancouver Island Ukelele Orchestra played at their concert on Saturday, December 16.  Admission was by donation to Nanoose Community Services, for which the organization is very grateful. In addition to the Vancouver Island Ukulele Orchestra, the

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