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Men's Cooing Group to Create Healthy Meals The Walking Group on a Fall hike on a country road through the leaves. Volunteer Lunch at the Community Health Centre to celebrate our volunteers. Cutting the cake at the Community Health Centers 20th birthday celebration.
 

A Visual History of the North Lanark Community Health Centre

Image of a small wood frame house that served as our first office. The first office of the North Lanark Community Health Centre had humble beginnings.
“Moo-ve” Your Bones parade launched our physical activity and walking group programs.  Image of a parade with people dressed in cow costumes leading the parade
Front entrance of the Health Centre wrapped in hazard tape During the ice storm, the North Lanark Community Health Centre served as an emergency shelter
A ribbon cutting ceremony marked the expansion of the Health Centre’s primary care wing. The community raised most of the funding for the expansion. A well-dressed senior lady with is escorted by a female friend down the hallway in the primary care wing and is walking towards a red ribbon.
Two well-dressed senior ladies cut the red ribbon at the entrance to the primary care wing. A ribbon cutting ceremony marked the expansion of the Health Centre’s primary care wing. The community raised most of the funding for the expansion.
The Community Health Centre under construction The Community Health Centre under construction with exposed rafters.
Twelve Members of the Founding Board of Directors pose The Founding Board of Directors of the North Lanark County Community Health Centre
A tree planting ceremony commemorated the opening of the Community Health Centre. A tree is being planted at the Community Health Centre by local dignitaries and community members
Cement trucks, hydro wires and rocks at the beginning of the building process The ground breaking of the Community Health Centre involved lots of rocks and cement trucks.
The building of the Community Health Centre involved the removal of tons and tons of Lanark County rock. The foundation of the Community Health Centre
The unveiling of a beautiful piece of etched glass with the names of community members who have contributed financially to the Health Centre. The unveiling of our Donors Wall.
The Health Centre’s youth program was instrumental in the creation of the Lanark Highlands Youth Centre. Teenagers playing basketball in the snow
A colourful mural with a map of the Village and significant places that are youth-friendly.

The youth in the Health Centre’s youth program designed a mural to express their wishes for youth events and activities.

Welcome to the Health Centre’s 20th Birthday Party October 2013.

An image of the Health Centre’s 20th Birthday Party poster is reflected in glass on the front door.