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101 Friends Newsletter - May 2010 Edition
by Ernie Baatz
 5/1/2010 9:24 AM
Read about some new videos, one from our friend David Pitonyak, an update on our project, visits from John Lord and Michael Kendrick, and the upcoming conference of B.C. People First.

Link: Link to May 2010 Edition
101 Friends Newsletter - January 2010
by Ernie Baatz
 1/4/2010 9:28 AM
We hope that all of you have had a great holiday season and are looking forward to 2010. We’ve certainly got some plans and are working on a couple of new workshops around community based instructional strategies and positive programming, as well as...

Link: Link to January 2010 Newsletter
Oct. 27 workshop in Grand Forks
by Aaron Johannes
 9/11/2009 10:37 AM
Hosted by Sunshine Valley Community Services.

Vancouver Island Vela Mini-Conference, "Personal Support Networks, Hospitality and a chance to tell your stories"
by Aaron Johannes
 8/23/2009 1:15 PM

Sept 25th, Kelowna and District Society for Community Living
by Aaron Johannes
 8/23/2009 1:11 PM
Introduction to Personal Support Networks, in which we present some of the best practise work that is going on around the province and in other regions, and some of the techniques and strategies which have been useful to supporters of folks with disabilities...

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  101 Friends Blog
  Vela Microboard Association
  Inclusion Press
  You've Gotta Have Friends
  Richard Lavoie - author of "It's So Much Work To Be Your Friend"
  John Lord is a master facilitator, parent and researcher on social issues around folks with disabilities and their supports
  The Chicago Neighbors Project
  Peace for Inclusion Tour Judith Snow, community developer, and Gabor Podor, community festival organizer and DJ.
  "Imagine" is a group of facilitators, parents and community leaders who create opporunities for training events and support families and those who support families
  Playing for Change - bringing the world together through music
  David Pitonyak
  Jay Townsend's "Bringing Community Together" site - Jay is a dynamic professional facilitator with a wide range of experiences and feedback on his presentations has been great. He keeps people interested and gets them excited.
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