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Project leaders love to share back on what happened during their event, gathering, or project. Get inspired for your next idea by reading about what your neighbours are up to.
February 26, 2023
We’re very grateful that our community project – “Light Up Your Life”, has been successfully completed during Christmas season. Despite the various snowfall, we were able to get together with...Read More
February 14, 2023
Unity Clubs are district-wide initiatives aiming to break down social barriers between individuals with disabilities and individuals without disabilities in the Richmond School District. Here at Richmond Secondary School, we...Read More
January 31, 2023
Four volunteers handed out groceries in conjunction with the Church’s weekly dinner. Henry Hiebert helped pick up and load groceries in Richmond. Canned and dry goods and some perishables were...Read More