Sandy Schultz is celebrated as the L’Arche artist of the month for November.

L’Arche artist of the month

Sandy Schultz is celebrated as the L’Arche artist of the month for November.

Schultz is an active volunteer with L’Arche, currently leading a group learning fabric arts together at the I Belong Centre and enjoys watercolour and oil painting as well as sculpting and knitting in her spare time.

Schultz says that she loves the fun and fellowship the L’Arche community provides for everyone who chooses to join in.

At the L’Arche I Belong Centre, people with and without developmental disabilities work, learn and laugh together.

You can meet Schultz at our open house coffee on Nov. 24 between 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the new I Belong Centre (1465 Grieve Ave. in Courtenay).

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