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The mini Bulletin November/December 2020

The mini Bulletin November/December 2020

It’s never too late to learn new skills!

Click on the link above to read more about “Hello Virtual World”, a digital literacy program run by Frog Hollow Neighbourhood Houses to teach online literacy skills to seniors in Hastings Sunrise.

You will also find more information about “Donate For Safety”, the fundraising campaign we have just kicked off, the return of pedestrian reflectors just in time for the dark winter months and much more!

Happy reading and stay safe and warm!

The Bulletin Autumn 2020

The Bulletin Autumn 2020

Those were the days: a pre-pandemic photo op of volunteers and staff on our outside stairs in early February.

Click on the link above to read more about how the CPC relaunched after the Covid shutdown, Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House’s Waacus Salee project and how to prevent falling victim to Porch Pirates. 

You will also learn more about one of our most dedicated volunteers, Sampson Hsieh, who leads the Community Cleanup program on Saturdays and our Board President, Peter Wong, who talks about his motivation to join the HSCPC Board of Directors. 

Happy reading and enjoy the rest of the summer!

The mini Bulletin April 2020

The mini Bulletin April 2020

Click on the link above to read more about the new Safe Seniors, Strong Communities Program from BC 211, the changes Covid-19 brings to the Hastings Sunrise CPC and a list of current Covid-19 scams. 

In the article “Passing the Torch”, you will find out more about our two new staff members who are taking over from long time staff Tommy Luong.  

Happy Reading and Stay safe!

The bulletin Winter-Spring 2020

The bulletin Winter-Spring 2020

Click on the link above to read more about a new initiative in Hastings Sunrise called “Project Landmark”, safety issues regarding vaping and resources for parents about cannabis.

One of our volunteers also met long-time neighbours Shirley Hargreaves and Andrew Hattrick over coffee, and our Business Safety Team turns 10!

Save the Date: Our annual shredding and fundraising event will take place on Saturday, May 2nd from 10 am until 2 pm in the Sunrise Square Parking lot!

Did you know? Reporting crime online just got easier! Visit VPD.ca/onlinereporting or visit us at the Hastings Sunrise Community Policing Centre for more information.

Happy Reading!

The mini Bulletin December 2019

The mini Bulletin December 2019 

Click on the link above to read more about tips for smart and safe celebrating, shopping and travelling and a Thank You note to our 2019 Dine-for-Safety Dinner Supporters. 

Save the Date: Santa & the Noel Carollers will be visiting Hastings Street on December 7th from 1:30pm to 5:30pm. 

CPC Holiday Closure: The CPC will be closed for the Christmas holidays from Friday, December 20th until Sunday, January 5th. 

The mini Bulletin Autumn 2019

The mini Bulletin Autumn 2019

New pipes on Nanaimo Street will serve as “time capsules”

Click on the link above to read more about the “sewerscape” art installation as part of the Nanaimo Street Upgrades, Halloween Safety Tips to have fun AND stay safe and the upcoming Pumpkin Patch event at Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House. 

Happy Reading! Stay warm and safe!
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The Bulletin Summer 2019

The Bulletin Summer 2019


Office volunteer Mary Ann Watt and our NPO,
Cst. Thomas Nguyen, stand ready to help

Click on the link above to read more about the one time a naked man came into the CPC office, why it is never cool to leave pets in hot cars, our 20th anniversary celebrations, and a ‘Save the Date’ for the Sunrise Summer Kickoff on July 6th. 

Have a safe and happy summer!

The mini Bulletin Spring 2019

The mini Bulletin Spring 2019

Click on the link above to learn more about the Hastings Sunrise CPC community cleanup and graffiti removal program. You will also find information about recent changes to the Hastings Sunrise neighbourhood, and the threat of the “Green Thumb Burglar”. 

The Bulletin Winter-Spring 2019

The Bulletin Winter-Spring 2019

Volunteers in new vests with our new Road Safety car. Thanks to PCI Development Corp. for the vests and their support of the Road Safety Program. 

Click on the link above to read more about Tamam, a favourite restaurant of Hastings Sunrise residents, and the president of the HSCPC Board of Directors, Melinda Freitas, who is moving on after six years.

You can also find more information about Harold Catt, one of our volunteers, upcoming Nanaimo Street Upgrades, and a Save the Date for our annual Shredding Day in May .   

The mini Bulletin December 2018

 

Mini Bulletin December 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click on the link above to read more about scam calls and how not to fall for them.

Additionally, read about pedestrian safety, a recap of our annual Dine for Safety fundraising dinner and a Q&A with the newest HSCPC staff member.

The Bulletin Summer 2018

 

The Bulletin Summer 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click on the link above to read more about how E-Comm operators handle thousands of emergency calls every day from their base in Hastings Sunrise.

 

You can also find more information about Cst. Ben Falk, the new Neighbourhood Police Office in Hastings Sunrise and how Street Art brightens the streets in our community.

Summer 2018 mini Bulletin

 

Summer 2018 mini Bulletin

 

Click on the link above to learn about workshops developed by VPD female officers to train and empower women. Their slogan says it all: “If you choose to fight back, you must do so effectively.” The VPD is offering sessions throughout 2018 for women aged 16 and up.

 

You can also find more information about “distraction thefts” which are on the rise in East Vancouver.

Spring 2018 – The Bulletin

 

SPRING 2018 BULLETIN

 

Click on the link above to learn about some valuable safety tips to help protect your vehicle from a possible break-in and how to stay safe this tax season.  Additionally, read how a former volunteer now works as the neighbourhood police officer at the  Grandview-Woodland CPC.

 

New this year, we will be operating the Child Find program Saturdays from our office.  The Child Find ID Clinic creates a small booklet of information that could be invaluable if your child ever goes missing.

 

January 2018 the mini Bulletin

January 2018 mini Bulletin

Click on the link above to learn about the role of the Sunrise Safety Team in the local community.  They patrol five days a week, wearing bright green jackets.  Be sure to say hi next time you see them in the community!

 

Also, there is a recap of our first dinner fundraising event, “Dine for Safety”.  The event was a huge success.  Special thanks goes to our volunteers, board members, Tamam Palestinian restaurant, and donors who contributed to the silent auction.

 

Finally, don’t forget to save the date, May 5th, for our 9th annual Shredding Day!

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