Leadership Thunder Bay and SHIFT Young Professionals Network “Get Back to Basics” to Provide Necessities for Locals in Need Everyday necessities like socks and underwear are not typically given much thought but for approximately 3000 people in our community, these simple essentials can provide much-needed warmth and comfort. Leadership Thunder Bay and SHIFT Young Professionals
Thank you to our generous sponsor TBayTel whose ongoing support enables more participation in the program. Pictured here, Dan Pella, Manager, Business Sales, TBayTel (left), with Leadership Thunder Bay Class of 2018 participants Rory Bellin of the John Howard Society and Tammy Turnbull of Alpha Court.
The recipients of President Matt Villella’s first-ever President’s Awards were announced at our AGM. Lakehead Public Schools took the honours recognizing an organization or agency for their ongoing support of the program. They’ve supported the last five retreats, annually support participants to the program, provide space for meetings and bring forward CAP projects. Past-President Kelly
An important part of our Leadership Thunder Bay curriculum is to learn about our city, its challenges and those who face them. This year, our Leadership Thunder Bay family donated turkeys with all the trimmings to the Regional Food Distribution Association (RFDA) to be distributed to families in need in Thunder Bay and the region.
Leadership Thunder Bay Board of Directors are looking for talented and conscientious volunteer board members from a diversity of backgrounds to lead and strengthen Leadership Thunder Bay, our community-based leadership skills development program.