Over 1000s books to be sold...
Performance by Dawud Wharnsby...
BRING YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS!!!
Presented by the LIS PTA
Saturday Feb 6 - 11am to 6pm at the LIS GYM
Come out for some great food and warm company
Sunday February 7, 2016 @ 10:30am - 12:30pm at the LMM gym
$7/child (ages 3-10)
Tickets available at LMM office
Syrian Refugees will begin trickling into London. Although the government hasn't quite decided how many will settle in London yet, we do have about 75 privately sponsored families coming as a start. The most important thing these families will need is to feel safe and welcome, and everyone's help is needed in achieving this!! There are many ways to help!
New and gently used clothing will be collected. The CCLC (Cross Cultural Learning Centre) reminds us that if we wouldn't wear the clothing or have our loved ones wear them, then please don't donate them. They had to get rid of almost half of the clothing they received the last time around. Winter jackets, snow pants, clothing, boots, gloves, hats, mitts, etc will be imperative. Toys are wonderful for the children and furniture along with housewares will be helpful as they begin to settle into a home environment.
On the note of housing, if anybody has a room, basement, apartment, etc they are able to provide for any amount of time, that would be extremely helpful.
All in-kind donations (donations that are done in goods and services rather than money) are welcome, needed and appreciated!!! These service are imperative and include any pro bono medical services (physicians, dentists, pharmaceutical, optometry, psychological), legal services, educational services, housing, storage, etc.
Man power/volunteers is another great need. This may include translating for the refugees (applications, banking, day to day needs), driving them around, helping introduce them to Canadian culture, etc. Other volunteer tasks may include sorting the donations and preparing welcome packages for the families. There is a great need for help.
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Jumaa 1 : 12:00pm to 12:30pm
Jumaa 2 : 1:30pm to 2:00pm
From the efforts beginning in the 1950s to the doors opening in 1964, the London Muslim Mosque has been serving a growing and flourishing community. The London Muslim Mosque is hailed as the first mosque in Ontario and the second mosque in Canada
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