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Feature Article - June 1, 2006

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Feature Article - June 1, 2006

NFCSNotes:Happenings at Northern Frontenac Community Services

Summer Hours and Activities

Adult ServicesAs we head into the warm summer days a few of our services wind down temporarily but most remain unaffected. The Diner's Programs which are held monthly in a variety of communities will be ending in May and resuming in September. However, all other services such as Meals on Wheels and the Footcare Clinics as well as the ongoing counselling and support services offered through the Adult Services building on Elizabeth Street remain unchanged throughout the summer months. Northern Frontenac Community Services offers a wide range of social service programs and also provides space for and works in collaboration with a number of other agencies to ensure that the needs of the people in our rural community can be met close to home. For further information call us at 279-3151.

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Children’s ServicesThe Child Centre is getting ready for a fun filled summer program. This year Beth Webster will be supervising the program, along with help from Heather MacPherson, and Jessica Connor. The girls are looking forward to lots of exciting activities. If you are interested in putting your child in this program please call Beth at 279-2244 as spaces are filling up rather quickly. The cost for this program is $30.00 per day and a subsidy may be available through the City of Kingston .

Footcare Services.

NFCS has expanded our Footcare Services. There will be a Trial clinic held at the Ompah Community Hall on Monday June 5th alternating the next month at the South Palmerston Community Centre in Snow Road on Tuesday, July 4th. This will continue on a monthly basis if enough interest is shown. Cost will be $13.00 per person, and a reservation is required.

To book your appointment call Northern Frontenac Community Services at 279-3151.

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