DR. FOSTER JAMES PENNY BUILDING
324 5TH STREET SOUTH
Volunteer Lethbridge and D.O.E.S. Light are excited to present an all-ages, free event celebrating International Youth Day in our community. The event will be held at Galt Gardens from 2:00 to 4:00 pm on Wednesday, August 12, 2015!
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Whoop Up Days CBCF Booth Volunteers - Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – Prairies & NWT
We will be hosting a booth at the Exhibition to promote the CIBC Run for the Cure on Monday, October 5, 2015. We are looking for volunteers to engage with the p...
Agency of the Week
Navy League of Canada Lethbridge Branch
Agency of the Week Profile
Date of Publication: July 29, 2015
Agency Name: Navy League of Canada Lethbridge Branch
The Navy League of Canada focuses on three key programs; Maritime Affairs, Royal Canadian Sea Cadets and Navy League Cadets. Along with their partners, Department of National Defense and their sponsors, they deliver a dynamic program with a nautical theme to the youth of Alberta. They have two programs, the Navy League program, which is for youth ages 9-12 and the Sea Cadet program for youth ages 12-19. Both programs are where youth can be part of a team dedicated to promoting the physical and mental fitness of young men and women in the cadet program to educate youth in Leadership, Citizenship, Self-Discipline and Respect of Others.
How The Community Can Help:
The Navy League of Canada Lethbridge Branch is currently looking for Cadet Officers/Instructors. This is a positon of leadership for adults. The volunteer would be working either with cadets aged 9 – 12 or 12-19 depending upon which corps they would care to join. The candidate would be part of the cadre of leaders that plan and deliver cadet training in a naval atmosphere. All candidates will be screened by the Navy League of Canada and will have a Police record check for vulnerable clients done. Training is provided. Volunteers will have a desire to be a positive influence on youth, ability to communicate with children and adults alike and an adherence to dress code including hair length. This role also requires a willingness to learn their syllabus, be a part of a team, and take guidance and direction from more senior officers. For more information or to begin the registration process contact Kent at 403-320-7755 ext. 5441 or email: President_nloclethbridge@shaw.ca
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