Clowning around

Kalamalka Caring Clowns are a valuable service in the community

It was three years ago that I took the plunge and became a Kalamalka Caring Klown.

I had decided to give back to our community by cheering people up and helping them laugh.

We try to help them forget momentarily the unpleasant things in their lives.

This has been a wonderful, life-changing experience and I want other people to have some of the awesome times that I have shared with fellow clowns.

We are therapeutic clowns, compassionate and understanding who like to dress up in a colourful costume, a big smile and a red nose. It sounds like fun because it is.

So, if you have four extra hours a month, please call Doris at 250-546-6396 or Beverly at 250-558-3516 for details on our upcoming workshop and let the fun times begin.

Joan Zimmer



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