Welcome to our
E-News for Thursday, May 21, 2015
1) East Prince Women's Information Centre Survey and Community Consultations for The CONNECT Project
Please share the link below. We are wanting as many people as possible to answer the survey.
This survey is part of a 2-year project funded by Status of Women Canada. The East Prince Women's Information Centre is coordinating it. The Province of PEI, Interministerial Women's Secretariat, City of Summerside, Women's Network PEI, Holland College, Family Violence Prevention PEI, Girl Guides of PEI, Timeless Technologies and Sweet Spot Marketing, are the partners of this project.
This survey is being conducted as part of the needs assessment.
The project's goal is to prevent and eliminate cyberviolence against girls and young women.
This project will engage PEI youth and their communities to prevent and eliminate cyberviolence. It will work in collaboration with community stakeholders to increase their ability to identify and respond to the specific needs of young women and girls, and a community online network will be created to share information and strategies. In partnership with community stakeholders, young women and girls will carry out strategies to prevent and eliminate this form of gender-based violence in our community. We are engaging male youth also.
Cyberviolence: Any form of violence that brings harm to an individual deliberately using electronic means; including, but not limited to: online luring, stalking, harassment, abuse, trafficking, sexual exploitation and bullying.
Survey link: http://www.epwic.ca/projects/cyberviolence
There are 3 different surveys, please click on the one that best suits you: 1) youth 2) parent/guardian or 3) community / service provider - they can be anonymous - takes less than 5 minutes.
If anyone would like to speak to us privately about this, they can call me at: 902-436-9856 / 902-439-7268 (cell). We appreciate you taking the time to fill this out. Your answers are very important to the success of this project!
Andy Lou Somers, Coordinator, The CONNECT Project
East Prince Women's Information Centre
109 Water Street, Summerside, PE C1N 2W5
Tel: 902-436-9856 / Cell: 902-439-7268
The CONNECT project is working with community partners and stakeholders to gain a better understanding of cyberviolence on PEI to determine the best ways to address it. To help with this process, the public is invited to come out to a Community Consultation. Discussions and feedback on this topic is very important to the success of this initiative. Anyone that wants to participate can join us at anyone of the following locations:
Cyberviolence: Any form of violence that brings harm to an individual deliberately using electronic means. (includes: online luring, stalking, harassment, abuse, trafficking, sexual exploitation, and bullying).
- Montague Regional High School on Tuesday, May 26: 7:00 – 8:30PM
274 Valleyfield Rd., Montague, PE
- Summerside Centre 150 on Wednesday, May 27: 7:00 - 8:30PM
150 Industrial Crescent, Summerside, PE
- Murphy’s Community Centre on Thursday, May 28: 7:00 – 8:30PM
200 Richmond St., Charlottetown, PE
Contact Information: Andy Lou Somers ( firstname.lastname@example.org / 902-436-9856); Nancy Beth Guptill ( email@example.com / 724-3330)
2) PEI Business Women's Association E-news for May 19, 2015
News on: Thank You Sponsors & Attendees!, Startup Finance Bootcamp, Upcoming Events
3) Panmure Island Lighthouse 3rd Annual Yard Sale
St. Paul's Parish Hall
Saturday, May 23, 2015
8:00am - 1:00pm
Panmure Island Lighthouse's 3rd Annual Yard Sale will take place on May 23 from 8:00 until 1:00 pm at St. Paul's Parish Hall (Sturgeon Hall - Highway 17A, South of Montague). All proceeds will go toward helping to restore PEI's oldest wooden lighthouse. Please donate gently used items to Sharon, 838-8410, firstname.lastname@example.org. / Contact 902-838-8410 Source: BUZZon.com
4) Sunday Ceilidh at The Mount
The Mount Continuing Care Community
141 Mount Edward Road, Charlottetown
Sunday, May 24, 2015, 7:00pm
Entertainers are Mike Pendergast, Kevin Arthur, Jolee Patkai, fiddler Jason Campbell, Dianne Adams, Millie MacDonald, Janice and Joe Hebert. Doors open at 6 pm. Wheelchair accessible. Evening includes refreshments, 50/50 draw and door prizes. Proceeds support the Salvation Army. Info Dave or Judee Patterson, 368-8449, 314-8449. Source: BUZZon.com
5) PEI Rural General Stores, 1864 to 1984
The PEI Food Security Network will host a brownbag 'lunch and learn' session on Wednesday, May 27 from 12:30 until 2:00 at the PEI Farm Centre in Charlottetown. A presentation by Boyde Beck, Curator of History at PEI Museum and Heritage Foundation, and Rebecca Bartlett, GIS & Digital Resources Librarian at Carleton University will illustrate the rise and subsequent decline of rural general stores in Prince Edward Island between 1864 and 1984. Ms Bartlett will provide an overview of a digital map generated by students at New Brunswick Community College, based on information collected by Beck about the existence of general stores in rural Island communities. Everyone is welcome, and bring your lunch if you like - there will be coffee and tea available. For more information about this, please call Ann Wheatley at 902-894-4573.
6) Anderson House Dinner & Auction
Inn at St. Peters
Friday, May 29, 2015, 06:30pm
1668 Greenwich Road, Route 313
St. Peters Bay
Toll Free: 1-800-818-0925
Cocktail reception and silent auction begins at 6:30 pm followed by a 5-course gourmet dinner with wine. Tickets are $125/person (tax receipt available) with all proceeds going to Anderson House. Help them help women and children who are victims of abuse. Tickets: Karen Davey, 961-2135 Source: BUZZon.com
7) Bonshaw Ceilidh
The monthly Ceilidh Concert at the beautiful Bonshaw Hall will be Sunday, May 31st from 7-9 pm. Special musical guests will include the Wheatley River Band, plus local musicians Herb MacDonald, Phil Pineau and Tony Reddin. There's a 50/50 draw, delicious lunch, and open stage time. Admission is by donation with proceeds going to PEI Parkinson Society. Everyone welcome; accessible for smaller wheelchairs. For more information, please call 675-4093 or go to the facebook page https://www.facebook.com/events/1608903135994253/ .
8) CLIA's 30th Anniversary Annual General Meeting
Hello our Friends and Colleagues,
We would love to see you at CLIA's 30th Anniversary Annual General Meeting. Please come and enjoy good company, networking, snacks, and support CLIA!
Date & Time: Tuesday, June 16th, 2015, 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Location: The Haviland Club, 2 Haviland Street, Charlottetown, C1A 3S6
9) Charlottetown Recreation Programs
The City of Charlottetown Parks and Recreation Department's 2015 Spring and Summer Program brochure is available at this Link. Limited, printed quantities are available at: City Hall, Parks and Recreation Dept, 199 Queen St; West Royalty Community Centre, 1 Kirkdale Rd; CARI Complex, 550 University Ave; Murphy's Community Centre, 200 Richmond St. 368-1025 Source: BUZZon.com
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