Kerby Centre supports many older adults for whom Christmas is a time when their needs are keenly felt. For those older adults, the best gifts are those that will provide basic human needs that will ease their minds. That assistance continues after Christmas, as well, with some of the donations of gift cards and money […]
Kerby Centre’s K2: East Village (K2-EV) programs in the East Village will end Dec. 31, 2017. Kerby Centre will continue to serve East Village older adults through the Thrive program. On behalf of Kerby Centre, I want to thank the CMLC, Salvation Army, Councillor Druh Farrell, and the East Village Association for working with us […]
Kerby Centre was recognized with the Western Legacy Award for Sustained Contribution by a Group. Kerby Centre CEO Luanne Whitmarsh and Kerby Board of Directors President Zane Novak accepted the award on behalf of the board, staff, and volunteers of the Centre. The Western Legacy Awards honour outstanding individuals and groups for their work in […]
As part of Kerby Centre’s celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, we will be featuring a series of interviews with inspiring older adults written by Jessica Babb, a broadcasting student at Mount Royal University. To read more of Ray’s story, read the May issue of Kerby News.
As part of Kerby Centre’s celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, we will be featuring a series of interviews with inspiring older adults written by Jessica Babb, a broadcasting student at Mount Royal University. To read more of Phyllis’ story, read the April issue of Kerby News.
Becoming more active doesn’t have to require a big commitment. Sometimes all it takes is adding a few new exercises into your daily routine. Active Aging Canada has a video series demonstrating lower body exercises you can do at home. These are designed to strengthen your leg muscles in order to keep you strong, independent, […]