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Hiring: Development Agent Haute-Yamaska

Are you passionate about community based literacy? Want to join a dynamic team of volunteers and staff? The Yamaska Literacy Council looking for a Development Agent to cover the Haute-Yamaska region.   Job Posting – Development Agent (Haute-Yamaska) The Yamaska Literacy Council (YLC), a community-based adult literacy organization that provides literacy services in English in…

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We are hiring!

The Yamaska Literacy Council (YLC) is a community based literacy organization, serving English-speaking adults in Brome-Missisquoi and Haute-Yamaska. We’re looking to hire a new member of the team, as Development Agent for Brome-Missisquoi. Are you passionate about literacy and community development? The position is part-time and contractual.  See the full job posting for details.  …

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Workshops for Parents

Coming soon…a workshop series for parents (grandparents and caregivers) of children 0-12 years. FREE! Join one or more workshop from the comfort of your home. The topics are designed to provide information and also to nourish your well-being. Click here to register, or call 450-263-7503 or email [email protected] https://forms.gle/vZrWBGLE1ubugTXC6   These workshop are offered through…

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Parent-Child Storytime and Activities

Calling parents, grandparent and caregivers of children 3-12 years ! FREE stories and activities. The Yamaska Literacy Council, in partnership with the Eastern Townships School Board, is launching FREE family literacy programming. Themes: ART, DRAMA, SCIENCE and BALANCE (breathing movement, mindfulness) 2 sessions offered: Register for one or more! April (3-6 years) May (7-12 years)…

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February 14 is International Book Giving Day…and Valentines Day! The Yamaska Literacy Council invites you to nominate someone to receive a “LOVE LITERACY KIT”. How to nominate someone:  https://forms.gle/5e4wYR8zSPbKuHx18 1. Tell us WHO and WHY you are nominating them. 2. Select items for the personalized Love Literacy Kit. 3. *During the week of Feb 14-18, YLC…

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Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day (originally called Armistice Day) was first observed in 1919 throughout the British Commonwealth to commemorate the armistice agreement that ended the First World War. Every year we pause to remember those who have served and continue to serve. The poppy is a well-known symbol associated with Remembrance Day, due to the poem by…

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