The West Island Black Community Association (WIBCA) will hold an event on Thursday, February 7, 2019, to announce one of the biggest achievements in the association’s 37-year history. Open to all, the event – which will mark the beginning of Black History Month 2019 – will celebrate the association reaching a major milestone. This special event will be held at the WIBCA facility at 48C, 4th Avenue South, Roxboro from 6 to 8pm.
“A number of years ago, the West Island Black Community Association (WIBCA) set itself a very special goal and on February 7 we’ll finally reach a much-anticipated milestone,” says Kemba Mitchell, Chairperson of the West Island Black Community Association. “We are very excited to have the opportunity to announce this achievement publicly to WIBCA members, friends, partners, affiliates and the community at large.”
About the West Island Black Community Association (WIBCA)
Founded in 1982, the West Island Black Community Association – a non-profit organization and registered charity – is dedicated to extending its programs for the benefit of all, regardless of ethnic origin, color, gender, religion or race, and to be integrated as a vibrant part of society by continuously increasing the participation in our programs to reach more youths, adults and seniors. The WIBCA seeks to relieve loneliness and isolation, educate the public on health issues,
various cultures and multiculturalism and operate as a drop-in centre for youths, providing counselling, educational and recreational activities in a supervised setting.