BOYS and GIRLS CLUB GOLF TOURNAMENT

Laurencrest Youth Services staff and youth offer help every year ensuring golf bags are retrieved and placed on corresponding golf carts.  Nice work!

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NO WAY!…

After 51 years of services – Laurencrest Youth Services has helped over 11,181 youth in our community based and residential programs. 

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GET OUT!…

Laurencrest partners with the UCDSBEO to provide services to the Grade 7/8 Section 23 Program at CCVS.

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WOW!…

Mr. Bernard Warner retired from Laurencrest Youth Services Foundation Board.  Mr. Warner was on the Governance and Foundation Board for a total of 34 years. 

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SWEET!…

Laurencrest Youth Services is committed to the Youth Wellness Hub Initiative.

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NICE! CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL GRADUATING STUDENTS FROM ST MATTHEW’S!

Laurencrest Youth Services is happy to provide bursaries to graduating students from St Mathew Catholic Secondary High School.

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ARE YOU SERIOUS?

On a bi-weekly basis throughout the summer Laurencrest youth and staff are involved in cleaning public areas and parks throughout our community.

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DRESS PURPLE DAY

On October 24, 2018 Laurencrest Youth Services was proud to participate in a community wide initiative  “Helping Color SDG Purple.”  

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And the winner is……

1st place for best Grilled Cheese Sandwich was – Nathanyl Brown Special thanks to Laurencrest Youth Services, St Matthew Catholic high school, Menchies, and Schnitzel’s European flavours, without you this event would not have been possible. If you are a parent with a youth who would like to join the Comfort Zone Drop-In centre go […]

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LAURENCREST YOUTH SERVICES IS AT IT AGAIN!

Laurencrest’s Comfort Zone Program is hosting our Second Annual “Grilled Cheese Sandwich Contest” on November 23rd, between 3pm-6pm at St Mathew’s High School. Participants will have a chance to create a gourmet grilled cheese sandwich with the assistance of Chef Travis Dunning from Schnitzels European Flavours.  Honorary judges Constable Andrew Arbic, St. Matthew’s Vice Principal […]

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