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Rogers TV has teamed up with Home & Community Support Services Of Grey-Bruce to heighten awareness of the wonderful work they do in YOUR community. Look to Rogers TV for insightful information with features on shows like Community Close-Up and Grey County Life. They will also be on Attack Rap to promote the volunteer hours the Owen Sound Attack put toward their meals on wheels campaign. Home & Community Support Services Of Grey-Bruce is a team of caring staff and volunteers who provide community based services that support independence and enhance the quality of daily life for seniors, adults and their families. They believe that people deserve a caring environment, which promotes a personal responsibility towards a healthy existence. They also believe that people working in partnership with a collaborative spirit through volunteer service, is the best method for providing a social support system of services to assist in the individual attaining a level of personal well-being. Such a system then is: consumer centered, well coordinated, resource sensitive, well planned, accountable, equitably accessible and offers an array of services directed towards optimizing and maintaining quality of well-being for individuals within their community. They manage and deliver Ministry of Health approved support services to eligible seniors, and physically disabled adults within Grey and Bruce counties and within the city of Owen Sound.
Owen Sound Attack Participate in Meals on Wheels
The Owen Sound Attack is pleased to announce that they have partnered with Home and Community Support Services of Grey-Bruce and will be assisting with their Meals on Wheels program for the 2014/2015 season.
Operating since 1991 Home and Community Support Services of Grey-Bruce (HCSS) is a not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to manage and deliver Ministry of Health approved support services to eligible seniors, and physically challenged adults within Grey and Bruce counties. These services assist clients to maintain their independence within their community, and their daily lives. Attack Captain Zach Nastasiuk and goaltender Jack Flinn made the Attack’s second set of deliveries on Tuesday.
“A lot of the people requiring these services are long-time fans who are no longer able to come to games, but still follow the team closely.”, stated Attack Director of Marketing and Public Relations, Brent Fisher. “Whether it is through television or radio, they are still familiar with the players and the organization. They don’t stop being fans.”
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