We are thrilled to be the current choice of charity for a new donation idea from the easel of local artist, Cindy Mawle. New works of art will debut on her website from time to time for 10 days only, giving you an opportunity to purchase before they move on to a gallery for sale.
Bowser Seniors Housing Society presents The Piano Man. Saturday November 19, 2016 A tribute to Elton John and Billy Joel. Starring Ryan Langevin. Includes dinner, silent auction, entertainment and dancing. Doors open at 6:00 – Dinner at 6:30 Lighthouse Community Hall, Qualicum Bay.
Thank you to our great community for supporting our hot dog bbq at the Summer Market on Wednesday. It was a success from a financial and awareness perspective. See you again on August 24th.
Bowser Seniors Housing Society volunteers were out in force at the June Second Sunday Market! Garage Sale Satisfied breakfast customers Happy Chefs!
Gord Johns-Member of Parliament for Courtenay-Alberni addressed the 2016 Annual General Meeting
Sunday, September 13th at the Lighthouse Community Hall Our Society would like to thank all those who donated to our garage sale, enjoyed a pancake breakfast, and helped us with both events. We had a good turnout, the sun was out, and we netted over $2,200.
And the Prizes go to…. Special guests, Bill Veenhof, RDN Director, Chief Michael Recalma, and Terry King, were on hand at our Pancake Breakfast at Lighthouse Community Centre to help us with the final prize draws for our raffle. The winners were: 1st Prize $300 BC Ferry gift certificates and $200 cash D.Josephson Ticket #0414
We were chosen as one of the charity/non-profit groups to host this year’s sand sculpting event. We asked for and were assigned six – four hour shifts and supplied seven volunteers for each shift. It was a lot of fun welcoming visitors into the grounds, selling merchandise, and thanking them for coming. Entrance to
Charities Called. Canadians Answered. The Great Canadian Giving Challenge was a Success! After 30 days of generous giving from Canadians across the country, the results of the Great Canadian Giving Challenge are in – and it’s safe to say the first annual event was a sweeping success! The Impact Over $6.3 million in eligible