Saanich community kitchen proves community spirit

As a resident and active volunteer for over 15 years, I couldn’t be more proud of the Shelbourne Community Kitchen initiative

As a resident and active volunteer for over 15 years, I couldn’t be more proud of the Shelbourne Community Kitchen initiative.

Being the President of the Mount Tolmie Community Association (MTCA), I have spent considerable time over the years on community outreach in the Shelbourne Valley.

It is wonderful that there is now the opportunity through the Shelbourne Community Kitchen to bring seniors, students, youth, local businesses, spiritual groups and others from the Shelbourne Valley together in such a positive way.

The MTCA may be a founding partner of the kitchen, but for me personally this is what community is all about. Thank you to all who support the MTCA and the Shelbourne Community Kitchen.

Marlene BergstromPresident, Mount Tolmie Community Association

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