Quesnel Cariboo Observer from Quesnel, British Columbia, Canada on September 23, 2001 · 16
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Quesnel Cariboo Observer from Quesnel, British Columbia, Canada · 16

Quesnel, British Columbia, Canada
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Sunday, September 23, 2001
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Al 6 QUESNEl CARIBOO OBSERVER You can join the global appeal to put an end to the violence Last year, when the United States was bombing Serbia, i said in this column that you cannot build a weapon for peace. I pass on to you this text of a global appeal for no more violence, as the only real solution to terrorism. "Deeply saddened by the suffering and deaths of thousands in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania, we, people of many different backgrounds from around the world, join with millions of others to denounce these latest acts of terror against innocent civilians. We believe that military retaliation in response to this mass murder will only accelerate the cycle of fear, anger and violence. We urge our political and religious leaders to N. QUES. NEIGHBOURHOOD ASSOC MTG Sept. 27 at 7 pm in QSS library. For more info call Ingrid 992-2453. . HELP NEEDED IN LOCATING AND VERIFYING NAMES AND LOCATIONS IN PIONEER CEMETARY Ques. Geneological Society is updating documentation of gravesites. Any info would be greatly appreciated call Kathie 992-7211 e-mail -gkedwarduniserve.co m or Mary 747-1444 emial: mlusttelus.net ALPHA: A PRACTICAL iNTRO TO THE CHRISTIAN FAITH beginning Sept 23 from 6-9 pm at Maple See what's hot in adult toys & lingerie! Poor Prizes & Giveaways The Pleasure Zone We do home pineal! Contact Sandra Smith 992-9475 Sunday, September 23, 2001 Community Steve Hilbert heed our appeal for nonviolence. We will not be swayed by calls to support further violence. We will respond to cries for revenge with caring, calm and reason. Violent retaliation and war will only lead to greater losses of life. This, in turn, will only serve to breed more anger, hatred and terror. Instead, we support the rule of international law. The perpetrators of these crimes, and all other Park Alliance Church. Free. Child care provided, evening begins with a dinner then video presentaiton and small group discussion. Transportation available. For more info call Laurie Paquette 992-7024, Vicky Hansen 747-8560 or Alliance Church 747-3248. TTEAM HORSE WORKSHOPS Sept. 23rd. Can be used for starting any age of hose as well as addressing riding problems. For info call Marlene at 747-1648. QUESNEL TOASTM ASTERS meets Mondays at 7 pm in the Correlieu Senior Secondary School Library. We can help you to develop your communication and leadership skills in a friendly supportive environment. Guests and new members welcome. For more info call Rose at 992-9520. WHAT IN THE WORLD IS HAPPENING? Learn crimes against humanity, crimes against peace and war crimes, should be brought to justice. No individual, group or government should have immunity from international law. As we mourn for those whose lives were lost on September 11, 2001, we also mourn for all those around the world dying from the violence inflicted by terrorism, war or the lack of food, medicine, water and housing. Pledge of Nonviolence Standing firmly together, we will embrace nonviolence to stop the cycle of violence from spiralling even further out of control. We join in solidarity with others what the Bible has to say about the future. Berman Baptist Church cordially invites the public to a study of prophecy in the Bible. These studies will begin Sunday, September 23 in the afternoon service. For more info call Pastor Woodson at 992-2518. ALL COMMUNITY services be aware Quesnel Contact Line is updating their directory. To be listed contact Randeep at 992-8062. email: contact name & address & brief description of program or service activity centre uniserve.com FREE INTERNET training at the Quesnel branch of the Cariboo Regional District Library. Sign up at the library or call Carriiee at 992-7912. A M A T A TRANSITION House Phoenix program is for women from abusive relationships. Call Elaine at 992-7321. Connections is for women connecting with women. Drop by on Thursday at 10 a.m. at Amata House. around the world to build our common security through disarmament, dialogue and social justice - not through violent attacks and military might. We pledge ourselves to support nonviolence as a way towards a peace with justice." To sign this appeal, go online and call up http:www.flora.orgcoat appeal Richard Sanders - Coordinator, Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade (COAT) - A national peace network supported by individuals and organizations across Canada. 541 McLeod Street, Ottawa, Ontario KIR 5R2 Tel: 613-231-3076. Or contact the web site at http:www.ncf.cacoat. The QUESNEL Homeschoolers group supports all home schoolers in the community. Workshops, field trips and events planned monthly. Call Chandra at 747-2315. CANADIAN WEIGHT awareness 'CHAMPS' weight loss support groups meets weekly. We are open to men and ladies who share a common concern of managing their weight sensibly. Call Fay at 747-4454. RESUME SERVICES are back at New Focus Society, 469A Anderson Dr. Call 992-2382 or 992-3119. Free to all unemployed people. RED CROSS medical loans cupboard hours are (starting Sept. 2001) Monday, Wed., & Friday from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. We are still in need of volunteers, call 992-5363.. NEW FOCUS Society's childcare and referral program is accepting applications from individuals Rope in the Savings. ..with the Quesnel Cariboo Observer Classifieds. Check us out! -1 ! fi;8A To SeWIM Sail Kid's Pack buy frames, get lenses single-vision, plastic - Up to or - 4 London Op&al i . r.:jn. o.nn cm nm .Si-'" ivionuay - rnuay s.w am - .v pui v-y 231 Anderson Drive, 992-3715 interested in providing childcare in their own home or working in the parents' home. Call 992-7606 or drop by the office at 469A Anderson Dr. DUNROVIN ADULT Day Centre is open Tuesday to Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Transportation provided. Call 992-5263. GRIEF SUPPORT group addresses a number of issues relating to the grieving process every Wednesday from 4 to 6 p.m. in the social work office at the hospital. Call 992-0695. LOOKING FOR work? We can help you with your job search. If Specializing in European Furniture and Collectibles AT: BIG COUNTRY STATIONERS inij.w.m.'';..!-'i5ii' i iii Teen Pack single vision lenses & frames West Quesnel 2 you're on social assistance register for Focus First, a 12-week program which includes academic upgrading and computers. Or try Job Action, a four-week job search program. Call 992-3119 or visit 469 Anderson Dr. THE CANADIAN Cancer Society is looking for volunteers. Are you looking for a challenging position in the community? If so, call 992-6551. YOUTH ACTIVITIES at Northstar Church held every Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. for participants in Grades 7 to 12. Call Pastor Bob at 992-8830. M U f Meetings and Special Event will run in the Wednesday Cariboo Observer. Workshops, Signups and Non-profit Groups will run in the Sunday Weekend Edition. The deadline lor the Wednesday Observer is Monday at noon, and the deadline lor the Weekend Edition is Wednesday at S p.m. All meeting notices and regular submissions to Community Calendar must be renewed every three months. Due to the volume of material we will be clearing the column at the end ol three months and only print newly submitted material.

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