Volunteers needed for Restorative Justice programming

The Alberni Valley Restorative Justice Society is seeking volunteers in Port Alberni.

  • Nov. 27, 2014 7:00 p.m.

The Alberni Valley Restorative Justice Society is seeking volunteers to help with the delivery of Restorative Justice programming in Port Alberni.

The organization is providing free training in the Community Justice Forum delivery model from Nov. 28–30 in Port Alberni. Limited numbers of public seats are available.

Please e-mail avrestorativejustice@gmail.com to request the registration form and agenda for the weekend training.

Please e-mail the completed registration form back to avrestorativejustice@gmail.com or Fax form to Attn. Diane Best FAX 250-723-3711 or drop off at VAST School #202 4152 Redford St.

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