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Big Brothers Big Sisters offers Virtual Groups

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Guelph is offering a new program featuring health-focused mentoring via games, crafts and group activities. When you sign up, you ...

Online Tutoring Opportunity

Sign up for free tutoring (grades 2 to 4) Register now for Frontier College’s “Brainfit”. This dynamic, online tutoring program includes activities such as math ...

Pandemic Response

In response to the continuously evolving COVID-19 pandemic Office Hours/Programs SuspendedAll our programs and Neighbourhood Support Worker office hours are temporarily cancelled until further notice. ...

Join us for Scientists in School Online

Who’s up for some wild, wacky and educational experiments? Thanks to Scientists in School, we have sessions coming up for children in the 4 to ...

Girl Power!

Explore ways to empower yourself and others All girls, ages 11 to 14, are invited to this workshop to discover how to build supportive relationships ...

Adverse Childhood Experiences: Online Training Available

What are Adverse Childhood Experiences? Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) are high-stress events that may occur when a child is growing up. Some of these are ...

Summer Camp-Style Programming at Grange Hill East

Camp-style sessions offer a refreshing way to play and reconnect After months of isolation, which for most of us entailed very little social interaction, the ...

ABOUT GHENG

The Grange Hill East Neighbourhood Group was formed in June 2004 to address various concerns of residents about the area where they live and to attempt to develop a feeling of community among the neighbours. We are a community based, non-profit organization that potentially represents 5000+ families. We welcome residents and their voices to help us make decisions and empower people in our community. “We dream of a healthy, safe community where everyone feels at home.”

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