NAR-ANON

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The Trin­ity Con­cep­tion NAR-ANON Fam­ily Group of­fers a 12-step pro­gram de­signed to help rel­a­tives and friends of ad­dicts re­cover from the ef­fects of their ad­dic­tion. We al­ways main­tain per­sonal anonymity. Meet­ings Wed­nes­day nights, 7:30-8:30 p.m. at the U-Turn Ad­dic­tions Cen­tre, 46 Pow­ell Drive, in Car­bon­ear. For in­for­ma­tion, call 786-1797 af­ter 5 p.m. what to do with your old cloth­ing? Do­nate your re­us­able cloth­ing and cloth items to Di­a­betes Canada’s re­us­able goods do­na­tion pro­gram. Drop your bagged items in our blue[A1] cloth­ing do­na­tion bins lo­cated at: Pow­ell’s in Bay Roberts and Car­bon­ear, out­side the for­mer Pow­ell’s build­ing in Har­bour Grace, Do­min­ion Bay Roberts and Car­bon­ear, Fresh­mart in Dildo, Crock­ers Esso in Heart’s De­light, Drovers Store in White­way, Hindy’s Gas Bar in Win­ter­ton, Gasland in Old Per­li­can, Food­land in Whit­bourne, Greens Drug Mart in Greens Har­bour, Koles Con­ve­nience in Heart’s Con­tent ar­eas. Call 1-800-5055525 or visit de­clut­ter.di­a­betes.ca for more in­for­ma­tion. Your do­na­tion will make a dif­fer­ence in the lives of the 11 mil­lion Cana­di­ans liv­ing with di­a­betes or pre­di­a­betes, while di­vert­ing items from land­fill.

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