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@ www.salvationarmychilliwack.ca
or call 604-792-5285
~ daycare located at 46420 Brooks Avenue, Chilliwack

KIDS GAMES 2014

Kids Games 2014

Space Academy

Aug. 11-15

6-9pm

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 sa.chwk3@shaw.ca
Download our Kids Games 2014 Registration Form (below)

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Casual Daycare Worker Wanted

HAPPY HEARTS DAYCARE
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: sa.chwk@shaw.ca

Headlines from Salvation Army in Canada

Note: These links will take you to the National SA website.

  • The Salvation Army Helps Former Addict Heal - Former drug and alcohol addict, Babe, is using The Salvation Army’s Anchorage program in Ottawa to heal so that he can help others who are still struggling with their addictions.
  • Spa Days with Purpose - At The Salvation Army in Saint John, N.B., Tanya got an unusual day of pampering and relaxation. The day was a welcome reprieve for someone living in survival mode. Tanya, a former nurse, developed an addiction to pain medication following
  • Single Parent Gets Back To Learning - Jenessa, a single parent, is able to get back to learning at The Salvation Army’s Ottawa Bethany Hope Centre. She leaves her daughter with daycare provided downstairs at the centre while she does her independent learning courses upstairs.