Support group hosts 'Opening Doors Evening'
Reality Adventure Works, a support agency which works with young people who have difficulty socialising, have set up a new project team in the Highlands and is now inviting all who are interested in the work to an 'Opening Doors Evening' in their new office premises.
Richard Morrison and Ruth McBean in the new 'Reality' office in North Kessock
Following a period of surveying and planning for this new work in the Highlands, Richard Morrison and project workers Ruth McBean and Graeme Hamilton are now extending a warm invitation to anyone who would be interested in working with them to support children and young people who may find that they have limited friendships or difficulties in relating to others at home at school or socially.
Working with a range of agencies across the public and voluntary sector, Reality are looking to recruit and train a team of volunteers who would assist with the vital work of supporting young people and their families.
Concerning an event at the end of June, Richard says that this 'Opening Doors Evening' is inviting all who can come to meet the team and learn more. He enthuses:
"We are looking forward to a great evening with a great speaker."
North Kessock Mission Hall
Main Street, North Kessock IV1 3XN
Wednesday, 29 June, 2011
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