Central Okanagan Retired Teachers’ Association
Amazing Auction Results!
CORTA Members came through strong at our Christmas Luncheon on December 2nd raising well over $1300.00 with our COBSS Live Auction. Proceeds to SD 23 bursaries in June 2020. Thanks to all our contributing Members and those who donated items for auction!!!
- Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020 Workshop on Executorship and Estate Settlement
- Monday, Mar. 2, 2020 – CORTA General Mtg & Luncheon @ 11:30 am (lunch @ 12),Coast Capri Hotel
- Monday, May 4, 2020 – CORTA AGM & Luncheon @ 11:30 am (lunch @ 12)
When we are hosting an event that requires you to register you can now do so using firstname.lastname@example.org
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Our Next CORTA Luncheon starts in:
Dietary restrictions can be accommodated.
Menu Yet to be Determined
Details to follow
SIGN UP INFORMATION HERE
You need to email or phone Charlene Hodgson for the Christmas Luncheon:
Our Next CORTA Workshop starts in:
Thursday February 6th
Hollywood Rd Education Services
TOPIC: Executorship and Estate Settlement
Workshop starts at: TBA
Tanya Werk – Workshop Presenter
You DO NOT need to register for this workshop – just show up and bring any interested party with you.
She will review the key elements of executorship an estate settlement.
FEDERAL ELECTION RESULTS
Click on the Elections Canada logo above to get the results of the October 21st Federal Election
Paid Opportunity for CORTA Members
Lynne at OakLearning.ca is reaching out to our group to invite anyone who may be interested in becoming a Brain Trainer to contact her directly at 250-549-6958 or at Lynne@oaklearning.ca. Ideally, she would like to have two individuals who are looking for a few hours of paid work each week. She will provide prospective employees with training, observation opportunities and supervision until the person feels comfortable to deliver the program independently. Contact Lynne to learn more or go to their website: http://www.oaklearning.ca/
CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS
Project Literacy is proud to have a One to One Reading program where it matches volunteers with Elementary school children who are struggling with reading. It is currently searching for more volunteers, especially in West Kelowna.
Project Literacy Kelowna
Hours would be once or twice a week for 1-3 hours, between the hours of 8 am and 4 pm. Current volunteers have expressed enjoyment from:
– Being a positive role model for a child
– Giving back to the community
– Being a part of the school culture
Canada’s New Food Guide
Photo courtesy of Canada’s Food Guide