August 24, 2018
Winkler’s Harvest Festival has become more cultured this year with Culture Fest joining the weekend festivities. It’s an exciting time for Regional Connections and Local Immigration Partnership. LIP Coordinator Elain Burton explains joining the Harvest Festival has allowed Culture Fest to grow. Burton explains when Culture Fest first began it was a chance to showcase […]
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People from across the globe call Morden and Winkler home. Some have traveled with their families and arrived within the last few weeks, while others have been here for a couple of years. While they come from around the world, once a month, Regional Connections brings newcomer families together to make new friends, learn about […]
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The Pembina Threshermen’s Museum welcomed a couple of groups last week. The Roland School spent a morning at the museum, exploring all kinds of local history. Regional Connections’ arrived with a group of families (about 80 people) who were interested in learning about the local heritage of their new home
Regional Connections recently named its new Executive Director. Steve Reynolds will take the leadership role of the newcomer services agency that operates in Winkler, Morden and Altona. Outgoing director Laurie Sawatzky says Reynolds has been with her for over a decade and is perfectly suited for the role.