Petawawa Military Family Resource Centre

Annual-Report-2016-2017

Petawawa Military Family Resource Centre, Welcome Package 2016

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W W W . C A F C O N N E C T I O N . C A / P E T A W A W A A N N U A L H I G H L I G H T S A P R I L • Local dignitaries cut the ribbon to officially open the new Employment Service Office in Deep River. • Willis College visits Garrison Petawawa to announce the crea on of a five-year scholarship program for Military spouses. M A Y • The PMFRC and PSP host a Volunteer Apprecia- on dinner to recognize the contribu on of our dedicated volunteers. J U N E • Families enjoy the Summer Kick-off Block Party at the South Side Community Centre. A U G U S T • The Amazing Race – Couples Edi on sends par cipants around town looking for clues and par cipa ng in challenges. S E P T E M B E R • PMFRC and PSP complete the na onal Military Family Services Community Needs Survey. Results should be released in spring of 2017. • The PMFRC distributes limited edi on tote bags to local Military families at the annual Garrison Day fes vi es, in recogni on of MFS's 25th anniversary. • The second annual Special Needs Forum brings together local families and community partners who offer services to support children with special needs. • Commodore S. Cantelone, Director General Morale and Welfare Services, visits Garrison Petawawa. • The PMFRC launches an updated version of its app, with a new look and new filters to make it easier to find events, services and jobs. O C T O B E R • Families learn about the programs and services available to them at our third annual Open House. L O R I L U N D Y

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