Disappointing news from LINC Centre

More flood cleanup needed before youth centre can re-open

  • Dec. 24, 2014 1:00 p.m.

Update from The LINC Youth Centre – Unfortunately The LINC Youth Centre has had to close until further notice to further dry out and clean up from the flood.  Drop-in programming and activities, including out trips, gym activities, movie nights, free food frenzy and concession specials, arts & crafts workshops, will continue over at The Lewis Centre.

Youth Worker, Alexis Forbes, continues, “We are busy revising our activity calendar for January and are actively seeking youth input.  Please check us out on facebook at www.facebook.com/TheLINCyouthcentre and let us know what you would like to participate in!  Once we have updated our hours and activities, everything will be posted on facebook and on the City of Courtenay website (www.courtenay.ca).  Thank you for your patience – we hope to be open again soon and in the meantime, hope youth drop-in at our new temporary location!”

If you have any questions, please contact The Lewis Centre at 250-338-5371.

 

 

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