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April 20 Update

1. Non Medidcal Masks

Frances (of boomerang shopping bag project) has been making masks recently and has generously offered to help the seniors by offering her masks to us at her retail price of $10 or by donation. 
Marnie has offered to be the "point person" and will distribute them from her garage in Creekside Village. She offered to deliver them to those unable to do the pick up. Check with her re payment options. Marnie's contact information is found in the roster see Members section which is password protected.
We will start the process with the first batch of masks being in a variety of colours. They should be at her house for pick up by next Friday. Going forward, you may order a specific fabric directly from Frances on her website and then pick up the mask at Marnie's house. 
Please email her for any orders and for a pickup/delivery time that would work for you.
Those seniors who are "sewers" might like to make their own masks or extras for distribution to other seniors. Frances has included instructions and a pattern for you and suggests that a tight woven cotton is the preferred fabric to use.   …this is for the pleated version  ….for a more shaped version.
2. Annual Plant Sale is going ahead under seriously modified conditions:
      Women's Institute Annual Plant Sale    Saturday, May 2nd  9 a.m. - 1pm 

881 Erickson Rd. (10.5 km from Scotia Bank)    Garden veggies, plants, Seed potatoes.

 This will be done by 20 minute appointments only, email:

3. Pemberton Valley Men's Shed Society (PVMSS) has made the decision to close the Tool Library due to the COVID-19 epidemic effective immediately. 

If you have any tools currently out on loan, please contact us to arrange the return with social distancing rules in mind:  
Email:             Voice Mail:  778 655 1046





Posted: Monday, April 20, 2020