Pictured above are those involved in both the BBBS and CDCF.  Frankie Hols

Pictured above are those involved in both the BBBS and CDCF. Frankie Hols

BBBS, Community Foundation open new joint office

Open house celebrates new shared location at 100 Cranbrook Street North.

  • Sep. 30, 2013 5:00 p.m.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cranbrook (BBBS) and the Cranbrook & District Community Foundation (CDCF) held an open house celebrating a new shared location on the second floor above the Access Centre at 100 Cranbrook Street North. The open house took place Friday, Sept. 27. Pictured above are those involved in both the BBBS and CDCF.  Frankie Hols, youth liason, Taylor Miller, youth assistant, Riley Wilcox, fund development co-ordinator with CDCF, Carly Proudfoot, BBBS mentoring co-ordinator, Katherine Hough, advisor to the CDCF board, directors Corinne Friesen and Sharon Richardson, Theresa Bartraw, Lorraine Frocklage, director, and Dana Osiowy, executive director of CDCF.Cranbrook & District Community foundations is a locally-run foundation that builds and manages endowment funds to support charitable activities in the area. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cranbrook is a non-profit organization and registered charity in operation in Cranbrook since 1977.