Learn about programs and services available in Delta at this info fair

The public is invited to an information fair showcasing government and non-profit agencies that provide services for children and families.

The Delta Child and Youth Committee is hosting the fair on Friday, Dec. 7 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Harris Barn (4140 Arthur Dr., Ladner).

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Government and non-profit agencies will have information booths to help residents familiarize themselves with the programs and services available in Delta.

The Delta Child and Youth Committee is made up of non-profit, government and community agencies and organizations that work to improve the lives of children, youth and families. The committee and its subcommittees have been meeting regularly since the 1980s as a venue for service providers to learn from each other, to plan and to collaborate.

The committee’s vision is for children and youth in Delta to have optimal development, health, well-being and achievement.

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