Staff at Cowichan Lake Community Services were thrilled to receive computers from TimberWest. They will be a welcome addition to the programs facilitated by Community Services, specifically for their up and coming youth drop-in/entrepreneurship programs. TimberWest’s communications coordinator Sue Handel, says “It’s nice to know that the computer equipment we were able to donate is going to help such a tremendously important community service. We know that the equipment was well received, and will certainly be well used. It’s a pleasure to be able to help out such a deserving organization.”
In the picture from left to right representing Community Services are Darlene Tully, Becca Shears, and Amanda Sawatzky. The TimberWest representatives are Natalia Bowler and Sue Handel.