Summer Family BBQ
HELP US PLAN
Kiwanis Homes will be co-hosting a BBQ with our friends from the South Mountain Planning Team for all our residents & neighbours in the South Mountain area.
There will be hamburgers, hotdogs (Halal), chicken burgers (Halal) and other refreshments for the whole family!
What are we asking?
We would welcome your feedback, ideas, recommendations, wants/needs, changes, etc. by answering these four questions:
- What should Kiwanis Homes Keep doing because it works well for our residents?
- What should Kiwanis Homes Improve that would enhance service to our residents?
- What should Kiwanis Homes Start doing to improve our service to our residents?
- What should Kiwanis Homes Stop doing that is not helpful to our residents?
When & Where is it?
- Date: Saturday, June 22, 2019
- Time: 12pm noon to 2:00 PM
- Location: Community Centre at 595 Rymal Rd. East
See you there!
People have enjoyed lingering outside and enjoying the warming weather since the beginning of time. An outside porch or yard is the perfect gathering place to visit with neighbours, pass the time comfortably and watch the world go by. Just as you enjoy your freedoms and rights so do your neighbours. Everyone is entitled to enjoy their properties inside and out, without feeling infringed upon by loud noises (blaring music, barking dogs), smelly garbage, unclean backyards and screaming or fighting neighbours. With a little consideration from each person for the people who live nearby, a sense of community can be created.More ->
Public Safety Alert
Date: April, 2019
Issue: Increase in Suspected Opioid Overdoses
Since January 2019 there has been a higher volume of suspected opioid overdoes in Brantford and Brant County. Over the past weeks we reached a critical level for overdoses and deaths from suspected opioids. The number of overdoses are more than double of those during the same period for 2018, and are comparable to 2017.
Illicit drugs like fentanyl and carfentanil are known to be circulating in the community. Know your drug, don’t use alone, and call 911 if you suspect someone is overdosing.
For more information about opioids, including what to do if someone has an overdose and where to access harm reduction services, please visit the Brant County Health Unit website.
Naloxone kits and training are available from:
- Brant County Health Unit (194 Terrace Hill St.)
- St. Leonard's Community Services (133 Elgin St. and 225 Fairview Dr., Unit 1)
- Towards Recovery Clinic (95 Darling St.)
- Colborne Street Clinic (349 Colborne St.)
- Rosewood House (42 Nelson St.)
- Many pharmacies in Brantford and Brant County
This Alert is provided by Brant County Health Unit in collaboration with Brant/Brantford Paramedic Service, Brantford Police Service, and St. Leonard's Community Services.
Finally, as the long, cold winter starts March-ing out, we get to turn our thoughts to the warmth and beauty of spring. With so many outdoor activities to look forward to, now is a good time to make a to-do list.
Where to begin? Some lists are easier to make then others.More ->
The Kiwanis Homes Inc. Award Committee is proud to announce Darlene as one of our recipients of the 2019 Karen Davis Scholarship. Darlene is a student at Mohawk College.