Today N Tomorrow Learning Society celebrating 20 years

The Today N Tomorrow Learning Society (TNTLS) is celebrating 20 years and invite the community to help it celebrate.

The Today N Tomorrow Learning Society (TNTLS) is celebrating 20 years and invite the community to help it celebrate.

In 1993, the Young Parents program for SD 71 at G.P. Vanier High School was formed in response to a need to help young moms complete their high school education. Since then they have successfully helped over 120 young parents graduate.

TNTLS would like to invite all past board members, volunteers, staff, parents and anyone else who feels like this program has been a part of their lives in anyway to come and help us celebrate.

The event will be held at both childcare centres at GP Vanier with tons of family fun planned.

Past Young Parents are invited Aug. 17 from noon to 1 for a special parent tea where they will get a chance to reminisce and catch up, followed by the other half of the celebrations from 1 to 3, which are open to the public.

Activities such as a photo booth, scrapbooking, cakewalk, facepainting and 50/50 tickets will guarantee a fun family day for all ages. One of the things that organizers are very excited about is the Legacy Project, which all guests will have a chance to participate in. Food will be provided by Quality Foods.

If you or someone you know has participated in our program in any way over the past 20 years and would like attend, RSVP to Cathy by calling 250-338-8445 or e-mailing toddlers@telus.net.

— Today N Tomorrow Learning Society

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