Poker Ride cancelled

Watch for signups for Quesnel Gold for Kids Sake BBBSQ fundraiser

Little brothers Curtlan and Jordan help load up the donated bottles and cans at the Little Big House.

The Rod Williamson Memorial Poker Ride scheduled for Sunday, June 10 has been cancelled.  Sorry for any inconvenience.

Big Brothers Big Sisters would like to thank Telus Community Action Team for their ongoing financial support. We also appreciated receiving funding from the Quesnel Community Foundation to purchase a binding machine and laminator.

Congratulations to our Little Brothers Curtlen and Travis and Little Sisters Reanna and Destinee for being approved to attend the Tim Hortons Camp in Kananaskis this summer. Remember to stop by Tim Hortons on June 6 for a coffee to support Camp Day.

The Community In-School and the Teen Mentoring programs will soon be wrapping up for the school year.  Thanks to all the mentors who gave their time to a young elementary student.  If you are interested in participating in the program, please give us a call, 992-7257.  We can prepare you to start at an elementary school in the fall.

All proceeds raised by our various fundraising events stay with our local agency.

Drop by the Little Big House to purchase West Jet raffle tickets, donated by the West Jet Cares For Kids program.

Our Sixth Annual Golf for Kids Sake will be held on Saturday, Sept. 15 at Richbar Golf and Gardens.  Shotgun start is at 1 p.m.   Call for more information, to get a pledge sheet, or to register a team. The $100 registration fee includes green fees and dinner.

BBBSQ has initiated an ongoing bottle drop off.

If you have bottles/cans, you can drop them off at the

Little Big House, 368 Vaughan Street, Monday – Friday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Maggie Bello is executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Quesnel.

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