Letters: Contact info missing

Recent story on Sooke Region CHI missing some pertinent details

Thank you for the informative article on the progress of the Sooke Region Community Health Initiative and the projects and initiatives this group is working on.   We apparently were not clear in providing our contact information for those who wish to find out more and possibly get involved.

Our current projects include:

Improving Primary Health Care

Funding Foundation exploration

Sooke Region Volunteer Centre & www.sookeregionresources.com

Integrated Health Network

Age-Friendly Communities

Mayor’s Advisory Panel on Health & Social Concerns

Contact info for the Community  Health Initiative:  Mitzi Dean, Chair, sookeregionchi@yahoo.ca

Contact info for the Volunteer Centre:  Marlene Barry, Chair, sookeregionvolunteers@gmail.com or 250-642-6364 Ext. 235

Marlene Barry, Chair

Sooke Region

Volunteer Centre

Sooke

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