Spotlight: Rotary cash for CoS school workshops

Recent achievements by residents, businesses and groups in Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody.

Rotary Club Coquitlam Sunrise members recently handed $1,000 to the Children of the Street Society for its sexual exploitation prevention workshops for teens living in the Tri-Cities.


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Staff at the Coquitlam Public Library last month launched the new CoqLibrary app. The app is available for free via the App Store and Google Play.




Kinsight (formerly known as the Simon Fraser Society for Community Living) last month broke ground in Port Moody for its inclusive housing units in the Marcon development George. The affordable suites will be home for up to nine people in need.



Rev. Greg Jenkins (third from right) recently led a delegation from St. Alban’s Anglican Church in Burnaby on a tour of two Coquitlam recovery homes for addicted women and their children. The homes are run by Talitha Koum, which St. Alban’s has supported since the society started.




Share received a $1,071 cheque during the Christmas holidays from Coquitlam’s Parkwood Manor Seniors Retirement Community. The centre’s knitting group stitched in $500 to the charity — funds raised from their last craft fair.

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