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Rural Summit on Poverty and Housing in Frontenac County

Rural Summit Final Report

Article in the Frontenac News

Article on Kingston Region.com website

Facilitator Kim Allen speaking at the Rural Summit on Poverty and Housing in Sharbot Lake on May 6th, 2016. Photo Credit: Jeff Green, Frontenac News
Facilitator Kim Allen speaking at the Rural Summit on Poverty and Housing in Sharbot Lake on May 6th, 2016. Photo Credit: Jeff Green, Frontenac News

 


Community Foundations Grant Received

NFCS is a proud recipient of $7,500 from Community Foundations for Kingston and Area. These funds will go towards the cost of a replacement vehicle that will provide outreach playgroups and youth recreation programs to residents of the many small hamlets and villages throughout Frontenac County. This service will ensure that rural children and youth have access to local programs where they have opportunities to play and socialize together, attend special events and build social networks. 

Please follow the link to see the 2 minute video documenting the Community Grants Ceremony.

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Frontenac Transportation Service Needs Drivers...

Help your neighbours get to their appointments. Mileage is paid. Call 1-877-279-2044 or email transportation@nfcs.ca

See the article in The Kingston Whig Standard

See the article by Jeff Green in The Frontenac News

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Executive Director Louise Moody speaking to Frontenac County council December 16th on the challenges and needs of Frontenac Transportation Services.