Self-defence course offered for women

Eagle Valley Sports and Leisure Association (EVSLA) is offering classes in self defence and Red Cross Babysitting certification.

Eagle Valley Sports and Leisure Association (EVSLA) is offering classes in self defence and Red Cross Babysitting certification.

On Thursday, Nov. 24, a female self-defence class is planned for 6 to 8 p.m. at Parkview Elementary school. The class will be instructed by Phil Wiebe. Space in the session will be limited, so sign up early for your spot.  Youth, 13 to 18 are free, adults are $20 each.

Want to be a certified babysitter before the holiday season?     Register your interest now at 250-515-1692.  The course is 10 hours, can be done in five, two-hour sessions and needs 10 or more registrants to run. Cost is $50 per registrant.

Coming up in the new year: first aid courses – standard, emergency, emergency  childcare and youth program according to interest.

Also coming up in the new year, recreational  gymnastics programming. Call Pam at 250-515-1692 for more info,  to  indicate your interest or to pre-register  for any of the course offerings.

 

Teen challenge

The Teen Challenge Youth Rally takes place at 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 26 at the Eagle River Secondary gym.

The annual Teen Challenge fundraising banquet will be held in the gym later that day at 6 p.m. – a free-will offering. B.C. Teen Challenge is a faith-based program that helps teens overcome life-controlling addictions.

For more information, call 250-836-3920.

 

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