James Bay seniors’ centre receives $20,000 in funding

Provincial money targeted at programs and promoting social inclusion

  • May. 17, 2014 8:00 a.m.

James Bay New Horizons has received an infusion of $20,000 in provincial funding.

The money  targets the group’s activity centre’s programs and promoting social inclusion for seniors and James Bay residents.

Open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., James Bay New Horizons programs range from fitness classes, computer and Internet courses, discussion groups, health and financial courses, social groups, presentations, arts and crafts and seniors’ specific courses.

“We are passionate about supporting seniors and all residents in our community,” said James Bay New Horizons president Anne Logie.

“Government’s investment of $20,000 will help us continue to offer a variety of important programs in a safe and welcoming environment.”

James Bay New Horizons Activity Centre is located at 234 Menzies St.

For more information on James Bay New Horizons, please go online to jamesbaynewhorizons.ca.

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