Chalmers Community Services Centre is a not for profit organization that provides emergency food, clothing and support without prejudice to the members of our community.
We provide those in need with a safe, non-judgmental environment where they have access to food and clothing, are able to meet new people, and receive the support they need to take their next steps forward.
On February 11, Chalmers Community Services Centre opened its doors at 40 Baker St. for a Tuesday morning cafe. Please join us for coffee and conversation Tuesday mornings from 10 am to 12 noon.
CHALMERS COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTRE
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
6 April 2014, Harcourt Memorial United Church, 2 pm
The first meeting of the new CCSC Board will follow this annual meeting.
Members of the Board who have served in the past year: Peter Gill (chair), Sue Couillard (vice-chair), George Elliott (treasurer), Wayne Gatehouse, Roberta Porter, William Higgins, Kelli Arppe, Ross Cressman, John Buttars, and Heather Allan.
Members whose terms are ending: Peter Gill (3rd year of 1st 3 year term), Sue Couillard (3rd year of 1st 3 year term), Wayne Gatehouse (3rd year of 1st 3 year term), William Higgins (2nd year of 1st 2 year term)
Nomination report: The following have allowed their names to stand for election: Peter Gill (1st year of 2nd 3 year term), Sue Couillard (1st year of 2nd 3 year term), Wayne Gatehouse (1st year of 2nd 3 year term), Bill Higgins (1st year of 2nd 2 year term)
Officers for 2014 to be confirmed by the Board: Peter Gill, Chair, (1st year of 2nd 3 year term), Sue Couillard Vice-chair (1st year of 2nd 3 year term), and George Elliott, Secretary/Treasurer, (3rd year of 2nd 3 year term).
The CCSC Annual General Meeting will take place Sunday, April 6 at 2 pm, at Harcourt Memorial United Church, 87 Dean Ave. Guelph. Doors open for mingling and refreshments at 1:45 pm.
Saturday, March 15, 2014 9 am to 1 pm
at Harcourt Memorial United Church
87 Dean Ave. Guelph, ON
Collectibles, Books, Household items, small furniture, refreshments
Donations may be dropped off at Harcourt Mon. March 10- Fri. March 14, 9 am to 3 pm.
For donation information or to make an early donation, please call 519-766-0874.
The annual Christmas Gift Bag Campaign is under way. Please drop off bags to 40 Baker St. by Friday, December 6.
58% of our bags go to men, 42% to women
One pair of gloves
One pair of socks
Regular size shampoo
Comb or brush
Toothpaste and/or dental floss
Bar of soap
Shaving cream for men/ personal hygiene product for women
Shower gel, body wash
Bag of Disposable Razors
Small jar of instant coffee, box of tea bags, or tin/box of hot chocolate
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