The University of Victoria’s Chronic Pain Self-Management Program is seeking volunteer leaders to co-lead its workshops for local people living with pain.
Volunteer leaders will be asked to develop group facilitation skills to share strategies for living healthier lives support each other. The training is free and a small honorarium will be provided for workshops led.
If you are interested in attending the four-day workshop later this autumn you must register by October 19.
For more information please call 1-866-902-3767 or go to http://www.selfmanagmentbc.ca.
There was a net loss of six business licences in Revelstoke last month, bringing our total down to 1,024 from 1,030 at the end of August.
There were 14 licences issued to: Moore and Long, Diana Harrison and RJ Jezersek Holdings secondary suites; KR Construction; Tyler Delaurier Contracting; Kevin’s Kitchen; Axis Mundi Music Inc.; Dr. Theresa Camozzi, naturopath; Talia Camozzi; Columbia Stars; Forward Law; Judy’s Designs; Pulse Bootfitting Inc.; and Ability Therapy Services.
However, the Monthly Business Licence Report to Council also noted that 20 un-named licences were cancelled during the month of September.
At this same time last year there were 972 business licences in town.
The CPR Holiday Train will be stopping in Revelstoke to spread its good cheer and help the Community Connections Food on December 16 from 3:35 pm until 4:15 pm.
This year’s entertainment will be provided by Blue Rodeo’s Jim Cuddy, his son Devin and singer Kelly Prescott.
Bring an appetite cause for a donation you’ll be able to chow down on the Fire Rescue Service’s famous dogs and hot chocolate and, of course, don’t forget to bring your own donation for the Food Bank, too.
Please click here for more information about this year’s Holiday Train.