MAAP building officially opened with ribbon cutting for BETHS and Whispers

Close to 60 people were on hand Saturday for the official grand opening of the brand new Multi-agency Accommodation Project (MAAP) building.

(From left) Jim Harrison

Close to 60 people were on hand Saturday for the official grand opening of the brand new Multi-agency Accommodation Project (MAAP) building.

Visitors received a tour of the building, which is shared by Boundary Extreme Weather Shelter (BETHS), Whispers of Hope thrift store and community kitchen, and Habitat for Humanity Boundary, and heard speeches from various staff members and dignitaries.

The event also featured the ribbon cutting ceremonies for BETHS and Whispers of Hope, which are both now open for the season, as well as a ground breaking ceremony for Habitat for Humanity, which will begin building in the spring.

 

 

 

 

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