Monday, April 26, is Opening Day for Revelstoke Minor Ball at the Doug May Field at Centennial Park.
Here’s what young players and their families can expect starting at 4 pm:
- A brief introduction by President Mandy McQuarrie of the coaches and teams this season;
- The national anthem;
- Players pledge;
- First pitch thrown by Mayor Mark McKee; and
- Individual & team photos with local photographer Sarah Mickel.
Fancy a taste of Mozambique? Laura Stovel is presenting a slide show at the Revelstoke branch of the Okanagan Regional Library about the southern Africa country she visited earlier this year.
This may be the shoulder season but there are a lot of things going on in town like the Women-Only Spring-Clean Clothing Swap at the Community Centre on Sunday, May 14.
All proceeds from this event, scheduled for 11 am until 2 pm, go to the Women’s Shelter. Please click here to read the poster.
The Current rarely mentions things that do not have a Revelstoke focus but we always make exceptions for issues, services and other things that interest local people
Revelstoke Hospice Society’s Vivian Mitchell asked me if I’d be willing to put in a plug for a virtual, online hospice service called MyGrief.ca – for anyone trying to understand and work through their grief.
“It’s a very good individual tool for people grieving a loss… and our Hospice Society wanted to get out the info,” she said.
MyGrief.ca was developed by Canadian Virtual Hospice, in collaboration with national grief experts and families, with funding provided by the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer.