Facebook0Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by South Sound Habitat For HumanityOlympia, WA — The Thurston County Asset Building Coalition will present Housing First: A Shared Learning Event, on the topic of rapid re-housing on Thursday, March 7, from 10 AM to 12 PM, at the First United Methodist Church of Olympia (1224 Legion Way SE). The event is open to all local service providers, policy makers, advocates, and other community members with an interest in issues of housing and homelessness.The event will feature presentations by Curt Andino, Executive Director of South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity, and Phil Owen, Program Director of Sidewalk, and will include a moderated discussion of best practices in the field of rapid re-housing.Rapid re-housing is a set of strategies designed to help families move out of homelessness and into permanent housing as quickly as possible. The strategies often include help with housing searches and landlord mediation, short-term and flexible rental assistance, and transitional case management.The Thurston County Asset Building Coalition is comprised of leadership from human and social services, financial institutions, micro-enterprise, workforce development, and economic and community development agencies. The Coalition has forged partnerships to assist in building individual’s assets and improving quality of life throughout our community. Members of the Thurston County Asset Building Coalition work together to assist people with low incomes to have the tools they need to become prosperous. The Asset Building Coalition coordinates service providers to identify and fill gaps and strengthen our ability to help people in our community to gain access to services they need.For more information about this event, please contact the event coordinator at [email protected], or 360-956-3456 ext. 4.
Top clubs from Canada and the USA attend this officially sanctioned event with over 800 athletes competing.The TWSC’s Internationally Certified head coach “Bill Park” will be inspiring the following talented TRAX swimmers who reside throughout the West Kootenay area — Trail, Castlegar, Nelson, Rossland, Fruitvale, Montrose, and Pass Creek.The swimmers include, Kira Konkin (12), Kayla Fraser(12), Cyan Ross-VanMierlo(12), Johnny Ekinci(9), Dylan Kormendy(10), Brianne Mager(9), Ian Markus(12), Jackson Konkin(13), Eden Kormendy(13), Aby Elwood(13), Riley Mager(14), Tenysha Ross-Van Meirlo(14), Ella Conliffe(14), Tess Markus(14), Sharman Thomas(14), Samuel Matthew(14) and Martin Gonzalez(15).The Academy swimmers train vigorously at the “Home of Champions” Trail Aquatic and Leisure center with dreams to compete competitively in Provincial, National and International swim meets.The TRAX to future champions academy program successfully prepared many of the junior Academy swimmers to qualify this year for the CHRISTMAS CRACKER meet and the program is well on its way to ensuring more young swimmers get the Quality Fundamental swimming skills that they need to participate at this and higher level meets in the sport of competitive swimming in Canada.For anyone interested in joining the Trail Winter Swim Club please email: [email protected] Trail Regional Academy of EXcellence (TRAX) aquatic program is currently at the Eleventh Annual Pacific Coast Swimming CHRISTMAS CRACKER Invitational Short Course Swim Meet from Thursday to Sunday in Victoria.The TWSC competitive swimmers are registered with Swim Canada and have obtained official qualifying time standards to attend this prestigious event held at the Commonwealth Games Pool.The CHRISTMAS CRACKER swim meet provides the opportunity for swimmers from the West Kootenay area to experience racing against top athletes in the sport of competitive swimming.
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