Mailouts (March 2017) The following is an observation of fact based on record. If you are reading it, this is because you have taken steps to do so by your own free will and better judgment, rather than DN pushing it in your face via email, unannounced, unrequested and perhaps unwelcomed. The message is contained securely within the DN website and available only to those who choose to reach out and read it. Hopefully that point is well taken! We are verifying our email list. We have combined several old email lists in an effort to reach out to as many folks as possible.
If you have read the March 2017 account, you might be interested in this update. Dance North continues to offer very comfortable, warm and friendly drop-in sessions that are enjoyed by many people. We get regular comments on how pleasant, enjoyable and stress free the dance sessions are. The group originally started out that way back in early 90’s and gradually settled into a very enjoyable routine over the past 20yrs or so, with the exception of one administration’s time in office between March of 2015 and August 2016, after which everything has settled back into the original routine.
On May 6, 2017, Nove Voce, BC’s top community choir of 2016, celebrated music from Spain, Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia and Cuba.
The University Hospital of Northern BC has received 62 rehabilitation wheelchairs purchased by the Spirit of the North Healthcare Foundation.