Missing Board Members Spotted. Mystery Deepens

Missing Board Members Spotted After Alien Abduction Scare
Two members of the VLSCS Board of Directors who mysteriously disappeared from a recent Board meeting after an alleged UFL (Unidentified Flying Lesbian) incident were caught on camera by wait staff at the Gorge Road Legion. “We had a wonderful time,” is all they would admit to upon questioning. Appearing none the worse for their travels, they enjoyed lunch with fellow Board members Clare and Linda, there at the Legion for a debriefing following a CharityWorks orientation re BC Gaming Grants. “The Board hopes to obtain funding for a spacecraft,” they said.

Legion lunch
Board members Lis and Elisa (left), feared missing after UFL experience, spotted at Legion lunch with fellow Board members Clare and Linda.

Luv u 2

Luv u 2
Thanks to our friends at James Bay New Horizons Activity Centre for their long care and support

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Susan and Diane Feb 2019 Belated Valentine’s / Year of the Pig

BELATED VALENTINE’S & CHINESE NEW YEAR’S SOCIAL

Friday, February 15th | 7:00-9:00 p.m. FREE POSTER
BELATED VALENTINE’S & CHINESE NEW YEAR’S SOCIAL 
James Bay New Horizons, 234 Menzies St.

2019 YEAR OF THE PIGWe celebrated a belated Valentine’s plus the Chinese New Year with friends. OINK! It’s the Year of the Pig.

Social Night Hosts Susan and Diane

Qmunity Queer Competency Training | Seniors Social 

Thursday January 31 | Friday February 1
Qmunity Queer Competency Training | Seniors Social
  
at James Bay New Horizons, 234 Menzies St.

Painted HandsQmunity, the Vancouver-based queer group hosted this event duo for members of the local LGBTQ2S+ community and service providers. Queer Competency Training introduced us to the province-wide program that Qmunity is developing for educating service providers and others in queer and trans issues.

Thanks to Lynn, Clare and Claire, Joy, Elisa and Lis for representing the Amazing Women of VLSCS!

Cynthia and Lynn
Cynthia and Lynn
Clare and  Claire
Clare and Claire

Qmunity intends to return to Victoria for further events. If you are interested in occasional on call work ($25/hr honorariums) as a Qmunity LGBTQ2S+ Queer Competency Trainer in the community, send an email expressing your interest to VLSCS at advocacy@vlscs.ca or hello@amazingwomen.ca. We’ll provide some details and help you make the right connections with Qmunity.

Even the Board has fun

JANUARY 27TH
Even the Board has fun
GVPL Central Branch

Directors meet in person and on the line, January 27, 2019.