VOLUNTEER PIANIST(s) for SENIORS CHOIR

VOLUNTEER PIANIST(s) for SENIORS CHOIR

VOLUNTEER PIANIST(s) for SENIORS CHOIR

KERRISDALE SENIORS SINGERS is a mixed voice volunteer community choir of 26 members. The Choir was established in mid 1970’s.

Established in the mid 1970’s, the choir practices on Thursdays from 9:30 to 11:30 am at the Kerrisdale Seniors Centre. We perform 12 concerts a year at seniors’ residences, care and community centres. An honorarium is presented to our pianist twice a year.

Do you play the piano? Your assistance would be greatly appreciated!

We look forward to welcoming you. Please speak or leave a message with Musical Director Marilyn at 604-876-8666.

ELECTION OF DIRECTORS 2018-19

ELECTION OF DIRECTORS 2018-19

ELECTION OF DIRECTORS 2018-19 Board of Directors Kerrisdale Community Centre Society   ELECTION OF DIRECTORS Each year at the February annual general meeting the Kerrisdale Community Centre Society holds an election to select Directors of the Society for the coming year. Our Annual General Meeting will be on February 21, 2018.  As a member of… Continue Reading

Youthful Leadership

Youthful Leadership

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A Sense of Belonging

A Sense of Belonging

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The Language of Community with Kevin Wong

The Language of Community with Kevin Wong

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A Welcoming Place to Land

A Welcoming Place to Land

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‘Wooing’ the Younger Generation

‘Wooing’ the Younger Generation

‘Wooing’ the Younger Generation Below is a profile on Kerrisdale Community Centre Society Board Member Melissa Woo. This is one segment of a special profile series on our community centre patrons and our volunteer Board Members. Melissa Woo is a dynamo. She might be slight in size and gentle in demeanour, but in reality, she is a… Continue Reading

An Environment of Success

An Environment of Success

An Environment of Success Below is a profile on Kerrisdale Community Centre Society Board and community centre member Robert Lockhart. It is one segment of a special profile series on our community centre patrons and our volunteer Board Members. Robert Lockhart has been involved with the Kerrisdale Community Centre Society (KCCS) – as President of… Continue Reading

Become a Director of  KCCS

Become a Director of KCCS

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