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4R'S EDUCATION CENTRE SOCIETY

We offer one-on-one specialized teaching for students with learning differences and/or disabilities. An initial diagnostic assessment determines learning strengths and weaknesses; an individualized programme is then developed for each student. 4R’s believes that no child should miss out on the specialized assistance we provide and maintains a limited Fee Assistance Fund to help families who cannot meet the full cost of individual teaching.

Ph:  250.338.4890  Fax:  250.338.5639

E-mail: 
  four.rs@shaw.ca
  
Mailing Address:

4 R's Education Centre Society
581 McPhee Avenue
Courtenay, BC V9N 2Z7
 
Web Link:  www.4rseducation.com




ALANO CLUB OF COURTENAY

 Alano Clubs - a place for recovering people to meet and socialize in a clean and sober environment before and after 12 step meetings


 Phone:  250 338-0041


Hours of Operation:

8:00 AM to 4:00 PM — Monday to Friday

8:00 am to 3:00 pm — Saturday and Sunday

Grill is on till 3:00 PM

Wheelchair Accessible

E-mail:   crtnyalanoclub@shaw.ca


Mailing Address & Location:

Alano Club of Courtenay

543 6th St

Courtenay, BC V9N 1M5

 

Web Link:  http://alanoclub.comoxvalley.com/



BEAUFORT ASSOCIATION FOR THE MENTALLY HANDICAPPED

 We provide a variety of programs focusing on personal development and community involvement opportunities for adults with mental handicaps
Information and advocacy for people with mental handicaps and their families

Office Phone: 250-334-3532                   Fax: 250-334-3568

E-Mail: bamh@shaw.ca

MAILING ADDRESS:
Beaufort Association for the Mentally Handicapped
536B 5th St
Courtenay, BC V9N 1K3

WEB LINK: http://clbc.cioc.ca/record/CLB1225 

 




BEAUFORT CHILD CARE SOCIETY

Beaufort Children's Centre is a licensed group child care centre offering early care and learning experiences to young children ages 18 months to 5 years.  Located on the Comox Valley campus of North Island College, Beaufort Children's Centre (BCC) is a non-profit centre that serves student, faculty, and Comox Valley families.  In addition to offering child care services, the centre provides practicum placements to ECE and Nursing students as well as work placements to high-school students.

Ages: 18 months to School-Age

Hours:  Monday through Friday from 7:30a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Administrator:

Ocean Kneeland, BA(CYC), ECE
Phone: 250.897.1233    

Email: admin@beaufortchildcare.ca

Mailing Address:

Administrator, Beaufort Children's Centre
2300 Ryan Road
Courtenay, BC V9N 8N6

Website:   www.beaufortchildcare.ca

  




BENEVOLENT PROTECTIVE ORDER OF ELKS #60

The Elks of Canada have grown to over 250 lodges with close to 15,000 members and are committed to our Vision of being the most progressive family focused organization in Canada, meeting community and member needs and expectations

Jazz Club - Thursdays 7:30 pm, Elk's Hall,
No cover (donations welcome)

Meet: 2nd Thurs, Sept. to June, 7:30 pm, Courtenay Elks Lodge, 231-6th St, Courtenay BC

Lounge Ph. (250) 334-2512 * (I 1922)

Street Address: 
231 6th St,
Courtenay, BC, V9N 1L9

MAILING ADDRESS :

Benevolent Protective Order of Elks #60
PO Box 3634
Courtenay BC   V9N 6Z8   

Email: lisawoo1@telus.net


 



BLACK CREEK COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION

BCCA is an organized body of people who volunteer their time to see that the residents of Black Creek and surrounding areas can enjoy educational, sports, health and cultural activities without having to leave their community. Our community is a special place - a delightful blend of urban and rural, where the feeling of belonging and looking out for others is still strong. Since 1958 the BCCA has been working hard at meeting many of the recreational needs in the community.

Phone:   (250) 337-5190   Fax: (250) 337-5192 

Email:  bcca5190@telus.net

MAILING ADDRESS:
Black Creek Community Association
2001 Black Creek Road
Black Creek BC,    V9J 1G5

WEB LINK:  http://www.bccaonline.ca/home.html




COMOX RECREATION COMMISSION

Our mission at Comox Recreation is to provide Comox residents, along with visitors to the Comox Valley, with a variety of recreation, culture and arts programs to suit every lifestyle, age and interest!

Phone: 250-339-2255 Fax: 250-339-0814

E-mail: info@comoxrecreation.com

MAILING ADDRESS & LOCATION:
Comox Recreation Commission
1855 Noel Avenue
Comox, BC V9M 2H4

WEB LINK: http://www.comoxrecreation.com/index.html




COMOX VALLEY AIR FORCE MUSEUM ASSOCIATION

Our mission at Comox Recreation is to provide Comox residents, along with visitors to the Comox Valley, with a variety of recreation, culture and arts programs to suit every lifestyle, age and interest!

Phone: 250-339-2255     Fax: 250-339-0814

E-mail: info@comoxrecreation.com

MAILING ADDRESS & LOCATION:

Comox Recreation Commission
1855 Noel Avenue
Comox, BC  V9M 2H4

WEB LINK:   http://www.comoxrecreation.com/index.html




COMOX VALLEY AQUATIC CLUB

Our long term vision is attract individuals of all ability levels and develop healthy champions in sport  and life by providing a framework for success through progressive learning, personal growth and competition

Head Coach:  Albert Burgund

Office Hours:  10:00 am - 14:00 pm Mon -  Fri   

Phone: 250.871.5927

Email:  faburgund@hotmail.com

MAILING ADDRESS & LOCATION:

Comox Valley Aquatic Club
P.O. Box 3542
Courtenay, BC  V9N 6Z8

WEB LINKhttp://www.sharks.bc.ca/index.php




COMOX VALLEY ART GALLERY

Comox Valley Art Gallery is a nonprofit society dedicated to providing a venue for, and increasing awareness of local & national art within our community. Entrance is by donation, come in for a visit.    The Gallery and Gift Shop are open Monday thru Saturday 10am to 5pm

GALLERY :   Phone:   250.338.6211     Fax:  250.338.6287

MAILING ADDRESS & LOCATION:

Comox Valley Art Gallery
580 Duncan Avenue
Courtenay, BC V9N 2M7

WEB LINKwww.comoxvalleyartgallery.com




COMOX VALLEY BASEBALL ASSN-BABE RUTH/BAMBINO

The Comox Valley Baseball Association was incorporated on May 2, 1994.  The CVBA's goal is to encourage, promote, aid in and effect the voluntary development of the Sport of Baseball in the Comox Valley.  We have a very dedicated group of coaches and assistant coaches who provide fun and learning for players ages 5 - 18 years old including Rep baseball.  We offer blastball, t-ball, rookie, mosquito, peewee, bantam, midget and rep levels.

CONTACT INFORMATION  - Go to website
President:  Steve Turple  

MAILING ADDRESS:
Comox Valley Baseball Association
P. O. Box 3364
Courtenay, BC  V9N 5N5

WEB LINK:   www.cvba.ca




COMOX VALLEY BLUE DEVILS SUMMER SWIM CLUB

We are a competitive summer swim club.  We encourage our swimmers to participate in swim meets but also promote fitness and a healthy lifestyle in a fun environment.

LOCATION:

Courtenay & District Memorial Outdoor Pool
489 Old Island Hwy,
Courtenay, BC V9N 3P5
250-338-5371  ‎

MAILING ADDRESS:

Comox Valley Blue Devils Summer Swim Club
Box 3082
Courtenay BC, V9N 5N3

WEB LINK:   www.bluedevilsswimclub.com




COMOX VALLEY CHILDRENS DAY CARE SOCIETY

The CVCDCS was incorporated as a Non-Profit Society in 1970. All parents that register their children in one of our centres are members of the society. As such, our parents are encouraged to provide support by attending our AGM in September, and if inclined, provide support to the society as a member of our Board of Directors. Our Volunteer parent-run board makes the decisions for our society following our own constitution, the Societies Act, and working directly with our Unionized ECE employees. We are proud and delighted that our society has provided quality child care in the Comox Valley for over 50 years!

Administration Office :  250-339-3033
1800 Noel Avenue 
Comox BC V9M 8L2   

MAILING ADDRESS & LOCATIONS:

Tigger Too Preschool :   250-339-6422
1800 Noel Avenue  Comox BC   V9M 8L2

Tigger Too Early Learning Centre : 250-339-2426
1800 Noel Avenue  Comox BC  V9M 8L2 

Lighthouse Early Learning Centre : 250-338-8511
1000 Cumberland Ave  Courtenay BC   V9N 2E6 

Cumberland Community Preschool : 250-336-8532
2675 Dunsmuir Ave   Cumberland BC   V0R 1S0 

WEB LINK:   www.cvcdcs.com




COMOX VALLEY COMMUNITY ADULT LITERACY & LEARNING SOCIETY

The Adult Learning Centre offers services that help individuals to increase their literacy skills - from basic to specific areas of need.  More specifically, individuals learn or upgrade skills for success in their academic goals, employment goals and integration goals.
There are 3 literacy population focuses:  Adult, English as a Second Language (ESL) and Seniors.  The current services offered are as follows:
* One to one literacy tutoring for adults
* Computer tutoring for adults
* Book Club for adults
* One to one ESL literacy tutoring
* ESL Discussion Groups
* ESL Learning English Through Song Group
* ESL Mother Goose and More Group
* Seniors' Memoir Project
 * New Horizons For Seniors
*  Seniors' Writing Circle
* Seniors' computer tutoring
* Seniors' literacy tutoring support

Open:  Monday-Thursday, from 8:30-3:30

Phone:  250-338-9906

MAILING ADDRESS & LOCATION:

Adult Learning Centre
1507A  McPhee
Comox Valley, BC V9N 3A6

WEB LINK:   www.cvalc.ca




COMOX VALLEY COMMUNITY ARTS COUNCIL

Mission Statement
"To facilitate and animate the arts in the Comox Valley by collecting and disseminating information to the arts community, by educating the public about the arts, and by promoting the Comox Valley as a creative and dynamic arts producing center."

Administration:  Comox Valley Centre for the Arts

Phone: 250.338.4417   ext. 2

Email:  info@comoxvalleyarts.org

MAILING ADDRESS & LOCATIONS

Muir Gallery
440 Anderton Ave.
Courtenay, BC
Phone: 250.334.2983

Comox Valley Community Arts Council
202 - 580 Duncan Street
Courtenay, BC  V9N 2M7

WEB LINK:   www.comoxvalleyarts.org




COMOX VALLEY COUGARS TRACK & FIELD

The Comox Valley Cougars track & field club serves athletes from developmental through elite by providing coaching, facility & equipment, training environment, and competition opportunities year-round.
The Cougars has a long tradition of personal best achievement, and has assisted hundreds of athletes over the years in achieving the provincial, national, & international competition level. Many have obtained first-rate educational scholarships at Canadian & US universities & colleges as a result of the training that Cougars provides.

Location
3001 Vanier, the Comox Valley Sports Centre, at the intersection of Headquarters Road and Vanier Drive in Courtenay

WEB LINK:  www.comoxcougars.org




COMOX VALLEY CRIMESTOPPERS SOCIETY

Crime Stoppers is a program that empowers regular people to fight back against crime. Anyone can submit an anonymous tip by using our tips line, and if that tip leads to an arrest the individual will receive a reward for their efforts.

Crime Stoppers operates an anonymous Tips Line,
1-800-222-TIPS [ 8477]

Around the clock to take information on any unsolved crime. Those who NEED to be anonymous, for whatever reason, can give the crime solving information without fear of reprisal from the criminals and without having to testify in court.
We also offer cash rewards up to $2,000.00 for information that leads to an arrest and charge, or seizure of drugs or property. Rewards are paid anonymously in cash.

Crime Stoppers is a Non Profit Society operated by a volunteer Board of Directors, responsible for operations policy, standards, fund raising, promotion and education. The Board of Directors numbers a maximum of 20.
Volunteers also play an integral role in Crime Stoppers, sitting on committees, helping with projects, attending events, helping sell items or tickets, working on special events and providing person power or expertise.

WEB LINK:  www.comoxvalleycrimestoppers.bc.ca




COMOX VALLEY EXHIBITION ASSOCIATION

The purpose of the Comox Valley Exhibition is to educate and entertain the public with the diversity of agriculture within the Comox Valley and the broader community, including our 4-H Clubs which hold their Achievement Day during the fair.
With three days of family oriented entertainment and activities there is a huge amount of organization and planning that goes into putting on this yearly event. The Comox Valley Exhibition Society consists of volunteers who work year round to deliver a world-class event that can be enjoyed by the greater community of Vancouver Island. We are grateful for the dedication and time that all of our volunteers have put in to deliver, once again, a tremendous fair experience!

Event Location:

Comox Valley Exhibition Grounds
4835 Headquarters Road
Courtenay, BC

MAILING ADDRESS & LOCATION:

201-580 Duncan Avenue
Courtenay, BC V9N 2M7
Phone: 250-338-8177           Fax: 250-338-4244

E-mail:  info@cvex.ca        

Office Hours:
Monday to Friday - June to September
Tuesday and Thursday - October to May
9 am to 12 noon

WEB LINK:  www.cvex.ca




COMOX VALLEY FAMILY SERVICES ASSOCIATION

We believe that family is the foundation of our community; we believe that children who live in nurturing, stable environments will mature into healthy, productive members of community and society.
Our programs focus on identifying and strengthening existing family support systems and assisting families in using these resources, as well as community resources.

General Enquiries

If you unsure about where to start or wish to make an appointment, please use the contact information listed here.
 
Hours:
Monday - Thursday 9:00 - 2:30 pm;
Friday by appointment only.

MAILING ADDRESS & LOCATION:

Comox Valley Family Services Association
1415 Cliffe Avenue
Courtenay BC V9N 2K6

Courtenay/Head Office:  250-338-7575   Fax: 250-338-2343
 
 Healthy Families Contacts:
Jane / Monica:  250-871-7577    Sarah / Jordan:  250-871-7575

WEB LINKwww.comoxvalleyfamilyservices.com 




COMOX VALLEY HOSPICE SOCIETY (CVHS)

The Comox Valley Hospice Society (CVHS) has been a tangible expression of compassion in the Comox Valley for over 25 years. Our team of dedicated health care professionals and trained volunteers provide palliative health care and support resources free of charge to people in the Comox Valley who are dying, faced with terminal illness, or faced with the grief of losing a loved one. Together they strive to meet the physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs of the dying and their families in ways that are sensitive to individual beliefs and cultures. Regardless of the choices we’ve made or the experiences we’ve had, facing the end of life is a certainty for all of us. We’ll likely find ourselves needing to adjust to new situations that feel foreign, difficult and unpleasant.

Like other life events we all have in common, we have expectations of what our own experience with dying will be like. We hope that those we love will be around us, and that we’ll feel comfortable, cared for, and at peace. The experience of dying is greatly influenced by the quality of information we have, how prepared we feel, and the support and resources available to us. The Comox Valley hospice is there to help. Please take some time to look through our site and find out more about the programs and services we offer that will help people in our community to live their lives to the fullest.


Website: http://comoxhospice.com/

Mailing and location address

 

 2137 Comox Avenue

Comox, BC

V9M 1P2

 

Phone: 250-339-5533

 

For more contact information please see our

website
http://comoxhospice.com/staff.html

 

Email: admin@comoxhospice.com


Becoming a Member

Membership is open to any and all  organizations  which are  Registered Charitable Societies in good standing with the Corporate Registry of the B.C. (or its successor/s)  or an organization that is not a Registered Charitable Society but is currently receiving a gaming grant.

We will act as a laison between you and the Gaming Branch and will assist in the exchange of information, help address gaming grant and licensing issues as they arise in the community, and provide timely reminders of application and reporting deadlines to their member organizations.   

Contact us at vcbsociety@telus.net to be added to our list.  There is no fee for membership.