AWARDS

Literacy Coalition of NB Writing Contest

Western Valleys Runner up of the 2024 Annual Writing Contest. 

Michelle Rideout from our Woodstock Adult Learning Center is featured on the NB literacy website. The 2024 Adult Learners’ Essay Contest "Learning Changes Lives", whose inspiring story is featured in this newsletter. https://nbliteracy.ca/wp-content/uploads/2024/04/Michelle-Rideout.pdf

 

 

Western Valleys Runner up of the 2023 Annual Writing Contest 

Chris Lozier from our Woodstock Adult Learning Center  is featured on the NB literacy website. The 2023 Adult Learners’ Essay Contest "Learning Changes Lives", whose inspiring story is featured in this newsletter.

https://nbliteracy.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/04/Chris-Lozier.pdf

 

Western Valleys Winner of the 2022 Annual Writing Contest 

Britny Gould from our Bath Adult Learning Centre! She is featured on the NB literacy website, and received a framed certificate and $100 prize.

One of the 3 winners of the 2022 Adult Learners’ Essay Contest "Learning Changes Lives", whose inspiring story is featured in this newsletter. https://nbliteracy.ca/.../Britny-Gould-Essay-March-2022.pdf

 

PGI Dinner & Auction 2022

Western Valleys Winner of the 2021 Annual Writing Contest 

Destinee Tomah Frey from from our Tobique First Nation Adult Learning Centre! She is featured on the NB literacy website, and received a framed certificate and $100 prize.

One of the 3 winners of the 2021 Adult Learners’ Essay Contest, whose inspiring essay about "Learning Changes Lives" is featured in this ebook.

https://nbliteracy.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Adult-Learning-eBook-2021-updated.pdf#page=13

 

Western Valleys Winner of the 2020 Annual Writing Contest Teisha Perley from from our Tobique Adult Learning Centre! She was featured on the NB literacy website, received a framed certificate and $100 prize.

One of the 3 winners of the 2020 Adult Learners’ Essay Contest, whose inspiring essay is featured in this ebook.

https://nbliteracy.ca/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/Adult-Learning-eBook-2020-updated.pdf#page=41

 

“Since I was really young, my grandparents always stressed the importance of having an education. I knew going back to school would open many door to better my future. I want to feel accomplished and finish what I started. Making this positive decision to return to learning, is one of the best things I could do for my family and myself.”

 

 

 

Western Valleys Winner of the 2019 Annual Writing Contest

Kianne Nicholas Perley from our Tobique Adult Learning Centre! She was featured on the NB literacy website, received a framed certificate and $100 prize which was awarded to her at the PGI Literacy Dinner and auction in Fredericton! 

https://nbliteracy.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Kianne-Nicholas-Perley.pdf

 

 

An inspiring and fun night with two amazing women! Tobique First Nations Adult Learning Centres Facilitator Susan Howard and myself Celebrating our inspirational adult learner Kianne Nicholas-Perley receiving a 2019 PGI Learner Achievement Award,

facilitated by the NB Literacy Coalition.

Western Valleys Winner of the 2018 Annual Writing Contest

Our Inspiring GED Learner Erika Dove 2018 Gradfrom our Woodstock Adult Learning Centre,taught by one of our awesome 6 GED facilitatorsin the Western Valley ~ Joanne McIsaacReceiving her well deserved awardas one of the winners of theLiteracy Coalition annual essay contest. Erika received a framed certificate

and a cheque for $100 which and was presentedto her at the PGI Literacy Dinner and Auction at the Delta Hotel Fredericton.

https://nbliteracy.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/Erika-Dove_-Learning-for-Life-.pdf

 

Contact Us Today!

Western Valley Adult Learning Association, Inc.

571 Route 190
Carlingford, NB

E7H 4J7


Phone: 1-844-34 WVALA

E-mail: admin@wvala.ca

To inquire about a specific

class please contact the

instructor directly or the

Program Manager.
 

Perth-Andover Head Office

 

 


Western Valley Adult Learning Association 
571 Route 190
Carlingford, NB, E7H 4J7
Tel: 273-6177
Fax: 273-6178

Toll-Free: 1-844-34-WVALA (98252)
admin@wvala.ca

 

Western Valley Adult Learning Association  Inc. (WVALA)

 

Working with community partners to provide learning opportunities for adults to upgrade their academic workplace skills.

 

Board Members

Vacant - President

Vacant -  Vice President

Kim Jensen - Treasurer

Penny Giberson - Secretary 

Theresa Thomas - Director

Renee Ward - Director 

Wendy Marr - Director

Nada Omer - Director

 

Manon Daneau - Associate Member

Stephanie Paul - Associate Member

 

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