Monthly Archives: October 2021

We Want to Hear From You!

Community Voice postcard image

The Community Voice initiative has launched and we want to hear from you!     For the next several weeks, you’ll see these green and black postcards in libraries throughout the municipality. Take one and let us know the kind of community you want to live in, or scan the QR code below to offer… Read more »

Tampon Tuesday Another Huge Success

Thank you to all who helped make Tampon Tuesday a success!   For the second pandemic year in a row, Women United chose to host a drive-thru Tampon Tuesday event at the Chatham-Kent Nonprofit Centre, and we’re happy to report that it was an even greater success than last year’s event!        Thanks… Read more »

Mental Health Bracelets Debut Across Chatham-Kent

Students and other young people across CK and Walpole Island First Nation have a new tool to use for understanding their feelings and communicating those feelings to others. The Name It, Don’t Numb It rainbow bracelets have been sent to classrooms and outreach organizations throughout the municipality to distribute to students as part of Mental… Read more »