Congratulations to the Boys and Girls Clubs

Ladysmith Mayor Rob Hutchins congratulates the Boys and Girls Club of Central Vancouver Island for 40 years of community service.

Editor:

Re: Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Vancouver Island — 40 years of community service

I am writing to congratulate the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Vancouver Island on the occasion of celebrating 40 years of community service.

Child care workers seldom receive the recognition they deserve for providing the child care that is so critical to supporting our families, our local economy and our community. Their influence does much to shape our children into the future leaders and upstanding citizens we wish for them to be.

The Town of Ladysmith, families and local businesses appreciate the dedication of the Boys and Girls Clubs for providing safe, reliable child care in Ladysmith. They take care of the children so the rest of us can take care of business. We wish them many more years of working with the children of our community.

Rob Hutchins

Mayor of Ladysmith

 

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