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OSKAYAK News

November 2010 Issue


Aboriginal Day Steering
Day Committee

A Party!!!! June 21st 2011 is National Aboriginal Day!

Pathway’s Aboriginal Centre and Richmond Youth


Service Agency invite the public to join our team
of volunteers to help make the day as special as the
previous years.

If you are interested in helping out on National


Aboriginal Day, by joining this years steering
commitee please contact:

Jelica Shaw at 604-271-7600 ext 102

Pathways Aboriginal Centre - Richmond Youth Service Agency


100-7900 Alderbridge Way
Richmond, BC V6X2A5
National Aboriginal Addictions Awareness Week runs Phone: 604.271.7600
throughout the third week of November from the 14th Hours of Operation:
to 20th. Mondays & Tuesdays 9:30am - 4:30pm
Wednesdays 12am - 7pm
Thursdays & Fridays 12pm - 7pm
The OSKAYAK Youth Committee and Richmond Saturdays 10am - 5pm
Addictions presents an evening of games and prizes Check out www.rysa.bc.ca for a special events and activities
celebrating the prevention of addictions within our
community. Follow us on Twitter @RichmondYouth

Please join the OSKAYAK Youth Committee and


Richmond Addictions on November the 18th from
4-6pm at Pathway’s Aboriginal Centre.
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Program Updates
The OSKAYAK Youth Committee will be hosting a
Jeopardy Tournament open to all ages with loads of Page 3
Family Potluck Invite
prizes to be won.
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AYC Events
If you would like to help out with the event or attend
give us ring at 604-271-7600 ext.102
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Learning & the Brain Family Night

NOVEMBER 16th from 6-8pm


Pathway’s Aboriginal Centre and the Richmond
School District are pleased to invite you to attend an
informational workshop focusing on how caregivers
can support their children/youth to have a better Pathway’s Aboriginal Outreach School Program
experience at school and the Healthy Families, Healthy Children
The workshop will begin with an overview of the role Program invites you to Pathway’s Monthly Cultural
of the Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) and how Night which is held on the third Tuesday of every
they can support your school aged learner. Also an month from 6-8pm.
Aboriginal nutritionist will share how traditional foods
eaten daily can help your child/youth. Dinner will be served at 6pm followed by a guest
speaker.
Where: MacNeill Secondary School
6611 No.4 Road, Richmond BC If you would like to come an meet new people
while sharing a great dinner please join us on the
When: November 20th from 8am-12:30pm 16th of November at 6pm.
To pre-register call Cara at
Cost: FREE!!!
604-271-7600 ext.101
Who: Everyone is welcome

to register please call Cara Lenoir at 604-271-7600 ext.101

or

on line at www.SD38.bc.ca or www.rysa.bc.ca

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Do You Need a School
Support Worker?
Welcome back to school!!
November 4,11,18&25
Richmond Youth Service Agency and Pathway’s Aboriginal Drop in from 2pm-5pm
Centre has a school based Aboriginal Support Worker who OSKAYAK Youth Advisory Committee 5pm-7pm
can help students with their homework, supply bus passes or Aboriginal youth between the ages 11-24
meet 1-1 with the student.
November 5,12,19 &26
Pathway’s Aboriginal Out-Reach School Program (PAOSP) Movie Night 2pm-7pm
serves all school aged Aboriginal children and youth. Movie starts at 5pm
If you would like to find out more or recieve help 2010-2011 Aboriginal youth between the ages 11-24
school year call:
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Jelica Shaw, 604-271-7600 ext.102 Health Families, Healthy Children
or Cultural Night
E-mail jelica.shaw@rysa.bc.ca Pathway’s 6pm-8pm
All ages are welcome

November 18
A Party!!
Celebrating the prevention of addictions
Join Richmond Addictions and the OSKAYAK Youth Committee
for an evening of Jeopardy and Prizes!!!!
4-6pm
Everyone Welcome!!

November 20
Learning and the Brain
Join Healthy Families Healthy Children and the Richmond School
District for a traditional workshop focusing on having a successful
experience at school
MacNeill Secondary School from 8am-12:30pm

CHIMO Crisis Line: 604-279-7070 or www.chimocrisis.com


Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868
VACFASS-Vancouver Aboriginal Children and Family Services
For a detailed calendar of events please check out www.rysa.bc.ca.
Society: 604-872-6723
The Healthy Aboriginal, is a non-profit website promoting of
health, literacy and wellness: www.thehealthyaboriginal.net

Agencies & Organizations: Individuals:


Kids Up Front
The OSKAYAK Youth
Advisory Committee
Cultural Connections
for Aboriginal Youth
School District #38
MAVUS
Richmond
Richmond Addictions

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