Daycare Spots Available @ Happy Hearts Daycare

Need a good Daycare?
HAPPY HEARTS DAYCARE has spots available!
~ a fully licensed daycare with ECE trained & First Aid certified staff
~ for children ages 30 months-6 years
~ curriculum includes phonics and a preschool-like program
~ affordable ($580.00 per month)
~ eligible for childcare subsidy funding
~ daycare hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 pm - 5:45 pm
~ applications online@
or call 604-792-5285
~ daycare located at 46420 Brooks Avenue, Chilliwack


Kids Games 2014

Space Academy

Aug. 11-15


For children Grades 1 to 6

Early Bird Registration: $25.00/Child (by Aug 1)

Regular Registration: $30/Child (Aug. 4-8)

At the Door: $35/ Child (Aug. 11)

Come and check out our annual Bible-based sports themed kids program at
The Salvation Army Chilliwack Community Church
46420 Brooks Ave.

Contact Heather for more information 604-792-0311 or
Download our Kids Games 2014 Registration Form (below)


Casual Daycare Worker Wanted

is looking for a casual ECE or ECE Assistant Daycare Worker
to work up to 4 days per week

Requirements: Current ECE Assistant or ECE Certificate
Ability to pass a Criminal Record Check
Medical Clearance Form

Please fax resume to: (604) 792-0316
Or email to:

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