Community Information Sessions

first_imgThe Office of African Nova Scotian Affairs is holding its second series of information sessions in African Nova Scotian communities across the province. These sessions are designed to inform the community about the office, its current programs and future plans. “It’s important for our office to visit the communities we represent on a regular basis to present new programs, let them know what we have been up to on their behalf and give them an overview of our future goals and projects,” said Wayn Hamilton, CEO. The following sessions are being held in African Nova Scotian communities this week: Monday, May 28 Whitney Pier, Cape Breton Co.: 6 p.m. – 9 p.m., Menelik Hall, 88 Laurier St. Annapolis Royal, Annapolis Co.: 6 p.m. – 9 p.m., Annapolis Royal Fire Hall, 5 Anthony St. For a list of sessions scheduled each week, follow the special events link on the Office of African Nova Scotian Affairs website at www.gov.ns.ca/ansa . The information will be updated weekly. FOR BROADCAST USE The Office of African Nova Scotian Affairs is holding a series of information sessions in African Nova Scotian communities across the province. These sessions are designed to inform the community about the office, its current programs and future plans. Wayn Hamilton, CEO of African Nova Scotian Affairs, says it is important for the office to regularly touch base with the community to get input on programs and discuss issues. A list of the sessions scheduled this week can be found on the Office’s website and will be updated weekly. -30- New Waterford, Cape Breton Co,: 6 p.m. – 9 p.m., New Waterford Fire Hall, 3336 Walsh Ave. Weymouth, Digby Co.: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., Weymouth Consolidated School, 4695 Highway 1 Tuesday, May 29center_img Glace Bay, Cape Breton Co.: 6 p.m. – 9 p.m., UNIA Hall, 35 Jessome St. Thursday, May 31 Yarmouth: 6 p.m. – 9 p.m., Greenville Community Centre., 724 Greenville Rd. Wednesday, May 30last_img read more