School might be winding down, but this is an extremely busy time for our Island military families. While many people slow down during these summer months, it is important to realize that many in our Island military community experience a faster pace of life with added challenges and stresses.
On May 21, 2015, Major Errol MacEachern, from New Argyle, PEI, graduated with distinction from the United States Army School of Advanced Military Studies (SAMS) in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
The PEI Military Family Resource Centre’s AGM takes place June 8 in the style of a kitchen party, featuring Island fiddler Richard Wood.
We’re thrilled to have Susan (Sue) Pollard helping us out for the next little while, while one of our program coordinators, Bernadine Mullin-Splude, is out on leave.
Oh my word, I am so excited with how fast the virtual programs are catching on.
I am responsible for over-seeing the Fun Run, which gives young children a chance to participate. Personally, this is always my favourite part of the WR3, but this year was particularly special.
Donna (our Executive Director) and Allan Callard, WR3 Race Coordinator, spoke with Paul Alan of Q93 radio this morning about the upcoming WR3 race.
What’s that sound? Water dripping … oh no, not another leak in the roof! No, it’s NOT a leak … it’s melting snow… is it really Spring? Well almost. But the sunshine and the sound of trickling water are inspiring. I’m excited. It happens every year. Just like a child, it’s hard to focus on… [Read More]
Do you like saving money? If so, you will be interested in the April Virtual workshops. April 22,at 7pm: Scholarships—Finding the hidden dollar In this workshop, you’ll be introduced to Brittany Palmer who funded her entire four-year post secondary education (and more!) with scholarships. She will give you the keys to writing a winning scholarship… [Read More]