Sowchea Elementary School Photo Fiona Maureen

Save Sowchea School for a second life!

Meeting at 7:00pm Tuesday, June 13

Suggestions for a second life include… Respite and Daycare for Seniors, Multi-Purpose Arts, Learning &Recreation Centre, Post-Secondary Trades, Cultural Centre, Transition &Counselling Centre for Addictions, Seniors Living &Preschool Daycare, and Business Incubator are some of the ideas put forward.

You are invited to be part of the conversation to talk about these ideas and more.

Do you think there is an idea that can translate into a viable operation for this facility?

Can this idea be put forward to the school board 91 by September? Please share this invite with anyone that has an interest in saving Sowchea for a second life.

Date: Tuesday, June 13th, 2017

Time: 7:00 pm

Where: Community Hall Theatre @ 190 Stuart Drive East

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