at Club 90 and in the Community
North Shore Community
Support Services hosts a variety of community information activities,
fundraisers and special events for Club 90. Activities include
the Drag Races, Mental Health Week, and Club 90's summer camp.
Check this page to see what is coming up.
News and past events
The Thanksgiving dinner took place on October 8 and 9, 2020 in a modified format with around 40 people attending. Turkey and ham with all the trimmings, vegetables, potatoes and dessert was served. .We like to thank the volunteers for cooking this delicious meal and decorating the place for the holidays.
This year's Annual General Meeting took place virtually on October 28, 2020. Financial
and administative reports for 2019/2020, Executive Director's report
for 2019/2020, and appointing auditors for 2020/2021 were
presented.. A new Board of Directors was elected for
The Christmas dinner took place on December 17 and 18, 2020 in a modified format with around 45 people attending. Turkey
and ham with all the trimmings, vegetables, potatoes and dessert was
served. Christmas presents were handed out for the Christmas
gift exchange. We like to thank the volunteers for cooking this delicious meal and decorating the place for the holidays.
North Shore Community Support Services, Inc. and Club 90 regrets to announce the death of Board of Directors member Pauline Murphy
who passed away on January 7, 2021. Memorial contributions in
memory of Pauline Murphy can be made by cheque to North Shore Community
Support Services, Inc./Club 90 at 10 Paris Drive, Unit #6, Elliot Lake
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The Easter dinner took place on April 1, 2021 in a modified format with around 30 people attending. We like to thank the volunteers for cooking this delicious meal and decorating the place for the holidays.
90 has faced many challenges as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic
over the past year, and like many agencies and businesses, had to
adapt. Staff adapted by making outreach calls during the
shutdowns ilast spring, and again this past winter. With the help
of government funding, food vouchers and gift cards were handed out to
Club members to help with grocery purchases, the I-Chef
program was initiated in February where members took home pre-packaged
ready to cook meal kits, and subsidizing cell phone plans to selected
members. When the Club was open, one-on-one and group sessions
took place to help members cope with the stress of COVID-19.
Currently, as a result of another state of emergency and stay at home
order, Club 90 is closed. Click here for a full report for the past year.
Check back on this website to find out what is happening. New
events are being planned and will be posted as information becomes
available. Upcoming activities are also published in the newsletter
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