CASI is Growing
CASI Osoyoos is pleased to announce the spring newsletter is now available for viewing at the CASI website www.casiosoyoos.org. We have reduced our newsletter size to reduce printing costs so you will notice some format changes. The content is still motivating and informational.
Thanks to your support this last winter, we have served over 50 clients in Osoyoos and area. Remember, donations can be made online at our website.
Just today, 6 seniors were able to use the CASI van for a variety of outings including playing bingo, going grocery shopping, getting a lab test done, and attending a St. Patrick’s Day Tea. We even managed to squeeze in a scooter into the wheelchair area!
We are increasing our van hours of service as we recruit more volunteers that obtain their Class 4 license. Just today, one more driver proudly showed me his new license.
A reminder to share this email with family, friends, and business associates. Encourage them to visit the website and add their email to our distribution list so they may receive updates directly.
Wishing everyone a happy St. Patrick’s Day. Until next time,
Shauna Hill, Project Coordinator
CASI Osoyoos Pilot Project
Osoyoos Seniors Centre Association
Ph: (250) 495-6925
Community Action for Seniors' Independence is jointly supported by the
United Way of the Lower Mainland and the Government of BC