inaugural meeting of Comox Valley Global Awareness Network

Comox Valley Global Awareness Network meets for the first time Thursday.

This is an invitation to all groups, non-profit organizations, and individuals in the Comox Valley who are involved (or wish to be) in global justice issues.

This could involve activities in support of international development, fair trade, and social justice — in short, making this world a better neighbourhood in which to live.

The inaugural meeting of the Comox Valley Global Awareness Network happens this Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the Native Sons Hall (lower level).

This interactive event along with representatives from One Drop of Hope, Fertile Ground, World Community Development Education Society, Africa Community Technical Service, North Island College, High school Interact Clubs, Rotary and others.

There will be Information sharing, planning, networking, and refreshments. All are welcome. There is no admission charge.

Contact the Network at cvglobalawareness@gmail.com for more information.

— Comox Valley Global Awareness Network

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