Comox Valley Social Planning Society hosts Brown Bag Lunch

The Comox Valley Social Planning Society is hosting its annual Inter-Agency Up-Date Brown Bag Lunch on Nov. 6

The Comox Valley Social Planning Society is hosting its annual Inter-Agency Up-Date Brown Bag Lunch on Nov. 6 from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the LINC (bottom of Ryan Road, across from the water park part of Lewis Centre) in Courtenay.

Government representatives, agencies, non-profits, community members are all welcome to present a two- to three-minute verbal or written update on the challenges and successes facing their particular sector/agency/group.

This is a perfect opportunity to hear the “state of the Comox Valley,” a snapshot in time.

Coffee and juice will be available. Bring your lunch and your group’s 2012 perspective.

For more information, call Bunny at 250-335-2003 or 250-331-0152.

— Comox Valley Social Planning Society

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