Niagara Falls health centre marks a decade of helping the community
The Niagara Falls Community Health Centre is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
Among the highlights of the last decade, the centre's move to the former Canadian Tire building on Victoria Avenue, the formation of a youth outreach team, and most recently free dental care for low income seniors.
The Health Centre also offers art therapy, summer camp, cooking classes, exercise programs and various other programs that change throughout the year.
On Friday between 2 and 4 pm, NDP MPP Wayne Gates will be one of the dignitaries on hand to unveil a new community art project at the centre.
On tonight's show, host Dave McMahon is joined by:
Karen Black, Owner and Photographer at Indigo Pet Photography based out of St. Catharines. Karen volunteers her free time to transporting dogs for local rescues and photographing them. She has created Paws for Oz, a fundraiser for Australian Wildlife.
Viive Tamm, Board Chair for the Golden Retriever Rescue. She'll be speaking about the organizations recent initiatives.
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