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Two generations facing similar challenges

By Jo Dunn, Project Rebuild Campaign Team Member When I moved to the Parksville area in 2004, I had recently retired, and my daughter was expecting our family’s first grandchild. The area was booming, and life looked rosy. We were entering a new phase in our lives...

Ensuring local children have a bright future

By Joshua Dennis, Project Rebuild Campaign Team Member No matter where you live, children provide the future for society. It could even be said that the children are our future, teach them well and let them lead the way...but I digress. Every parent wants their...

How can we support our seniors?

By Andy Manson, Project Rebuild Campaign Team Member We have all heard the expression, “it takes a village to raise a child,” and I would like to present the idea to you that it also “takes a village to support a senior.”  As a recent retiree, I chose to live in...

Instilling Family Values

By Bradd Tuck, Project Rebuild Campaign Team Member My first connection to SOS, likely similar to many of yours, was through the Thrift Shop.  With every move, reorganize, and declutter of the house, always came a trip to drop off donations to SOS.  Although I knew...

Seniors – No one gets left behind

By Don Dempson, Chair, SOS Project Rebuild Campaign Some people say, "getting old is terrible"; I like to think it’s just another step on the incredible journey! Reaching that milestone when you have achieved the distinction of being called a senior really can be...