Planning to go to the Clinton Santa Claus Parade on Friday, December 6? Be sure to stop on by the C1 Student Centre at 38 Albert Street afterwards, for a family fun night… it’ll be a WhOBiLAtiOn of grandest degree!!
This is an online auction where the money raised from the items will benefit the C1 Student Centre.
A big thank you to all individuals and businesses who have donated items!
Auction will go ‘LIVE” at 4 pm Thursday November 28/19
The auction will close at 4PM on Wednesday Dec 4/19
Each auction item will be posted individually. If you would like to bid, please COMMENT on the said post (including your name, and phone number or email)
The highest bidder will be notified and have until midnight DEC 4 to send an etransfer. If in the morning, any transfers have not been sent, we will notify the second highest bidder and they will have until midnight, and so on.
Items can be picked up at the C1 Student Centre on Friday, December 6 (the night of the Santa Claus Parade). If that does not work, please let us know and we will set up an alternative time!
if you would like to place an anonymous bid, please text 519-441-2938 with your name and bid, and CONNECT will add the bid on your behalf
there will be a running list of the highest bid on the item cards at the Centre, so if you would like to bid in person, you are welcome to do so during open hours (Tuesday’s and Thursday’s 11:30-1:30pm and 3-5:30pm)
This spring, Angela led a bible study for girls (ages 9-12 yrs old) and their moms, called “Lies Girls Believe and the Truth That Sets Them Free”. Over the course of 6 weeks we learned all sorts of truths about ourselves and the way God loves us, but the thing the girls liked the best was spending one on one time with their moms!
The Fresh Start program has officially wrapped up. Over the course of 6 weeks, the students covered goal setting in the areas of finance, health, and education. The students found the financial session was the most useful for them. Overall, the students feel that they learned helpful information and would like to do this again with more specific information on short term goals (specifically how to get through high school). The final workshop gave the students the chance to make vision boards, using a bulletin board, so that they can change and grow as their goals change.
A big thanks to Angela and Calvin Kerr, along with the many guest speakers for their time leading this great program!