DRYDEN, ON – Growing better futures for at-risk children is a priority for the front line staff, at the Kenora Rainy River District Child and Family Services who are members of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE 2332) and who are also advocates for all children and youth in the Dryden community.
“While our job is to help protect at-risk children as child welfare workers we are committed to improving the lives of all children in our community,” said Don Pearson, a residential youth worker and CUPE 2332 president.
Pearson will be making donations on behalf of CUPE 2332 members on Wednesday, October 26, 2011 to two local initiatives that benefit area children and youth in the
WHO: Kenora Rainy River District Child and Family Servicesstaff – CUPE 2332
WHAT: Cheque* presentations to the Mayor’s Committee for Children and Youth
and the Legacy Committee – Dryden Youth Centre
WHERE: City of Dryden Children’s Resource Centre, 113 Albert Street
WHEN: Wednesday, October 26, 2011 – 3 p.m.
*Attention photo editors, a photo-friendly, large-sized donation cheque will be used in the presentations.
For more information please contact:
President, CUPE 2332