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What is job development?

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Volunteer Appreciation Night

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Tuesday Evening Workshops – February 2017

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The Vital Signs Survey is HERE!

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The Opportunity to Learn

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A Toast to Change Gala Prize Winners

Tour of Kingsville Total Value $590.00 Connie Lilly 10 Elizabeth Cr. Leamington, ON N8H 4Y1 519 326 7031 Pamper Yourself Total Vaue $611.00 Rema Rawlings 47 Southbridge Leamington, ON N8H 4N4 519 980 1810 Ladies 14K Yellow & White Gold Diamond Tennis Bracelet $2,621.00 Bill Dunn 26 William Ave Leamington, ON N8H 2G5 519-996-3436 Men’s Prize  Total Value $877.81 Lynn Collard 1819 Mersea Tod 6 Wheatley, ON N0P 2P0 TV-50″ Sharp $540.12 Gloria Adamson 315 Mersea Road 5 Leamington, ON N0P 2P0 Wine Tour $545.38 Total Value Wendy Avery 12835 St. Gregorary Rd. Tecumseh, ON N8N 5A4 519 567 6035… Continue Reading A Toast to Change Gala Prize Winners

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Hogs For Hospice Shuttle Schedule

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Change Maker Awards

SECC’s Mission, Vision and Values reflect the change we strive for in our community and with the people we serve.  We dream about possibility and work with others to make it happen.  We work for change every day and we watch the people we serve do the same.  At SECC, we cheer on those in the community who work for change, not just in our organization but in the many others who do good work for our community.  Together, we can all make our community a strong, healthy and vibrant one.   What is a change maker?  Some might describe… Continue Reading Change Maker Awards

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Paying it Forward to Adult Students

In September 2017, SECC changed the structure of its evening Language classes for newcomers. This new model incorporated more volunteer tutors to lead small group sessions. The time commitment for this new position at one evening per week for a four-month time period was a deterrent to some volunteers. The first person to step forward to assist was Marjolein, and she wanted to help all three nights. When asked why she chose to volunteer with SECC, Marjolein replied, “I chose to be a volunteer because I wanted to add a dimension to my life where I could be of service… Continue Reading Paying it Forward to Adult Students

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Mini Buses For Sale

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Literacy Class Newsletter

The Literacy and Basic Skills program provides training in math, reading and basic work skills to help individuals reach employment, education and independence goals. One of our classes recently showed their literary skills by creating their first class newsletter. To read the whole newsletter CLICK HERE.

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Meet Ashley DaParteira

  Ashley is one of our newest employees working in the Community Services department. Ashley began with SECC as a tutor and with the SPARK program,. We’re happy to have her as part of our team!   Q: How long have you worked at SECC? A: I will be coming up on three months.   Q: What do you remember about your first day? A: During my orientation, I remember interrupting a meeting in the Employment Services section of the building to introduce myself, and being informed or cautioned that I may hear Kerry Kraus singing Neil Diamond from time… Continue Reading Meet Ashley DaParteira

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SPARK After School Program

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Be An English Tutor!

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Annual General Meeting

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