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What’s going on in our lounge !

Mondays with Grant 1-4pm
Tuesdays with Jordan from 10-1pm
We are looking for a volunteer hair stylist for Wednesdays, shift negotiable.

Game Day:
Wednesdays from 10-1pm (usually cribbage)

Pet Therapy:
Mondays with Bill & “Levi”

Polli & Esther’s closet- Women’s Edition

We now have a designated/ separate area for Women to come in and try on/ pick out some clothing. We are located in the Women’s Lounge on the 3rd floor of 1101 Seymour Street. Please come on in , try on some clothes, grab a coffee and hang out in our Women’s lounge. We are also searching for a donation of a shoe rack or a clothing rack; if you are able to donate these items please email glenb@positive
livingbc.org. For more info on the Women’s Lounge please call 604-893-2258.


OPEN- Peer Navigator position

HIV+ , want to help others dealing with their HIV, looking for part- time work, reliable…. if this sounds like you then please send your cover letter and resume to glenb@positive
livingbc.org , or to get more details info on the hiring criteria. Hope to hear from you soon !

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Published: January 18, 2019

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