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Wolseley Family Place having reunion for 15th anniversary

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The Wolseley Family Place (WFP) is celebrating its 15th anniversary on Tuesday, May 14 from 2 to 4 p.m. in the upper lounge of the family resource centre’s main floor at 691 Wolseley Avenue.

In advance of the celebration, billed as a reunion, an event has been created on their Facebook page where they’re asking anyone "who has been touched by WFP can share their memories, their thoughts and their good wishes."

A news release says WFP serves "3,500 individuals who attend Wolseley Family Place each year through 30,000 visits."

For more information or to RSVP for the event call Sharon Taylor at 204-788-8081 or email sharon.taylor@mts.net

"Whether accessing services or contributing in some way, all are invited to join in the festivities," said the release.

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