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Best Buddies

KW Habilitation and Best Buddies Canada, University of Waterloo Chapters have been fostering natural friendships since 2003.  Over the years the Chapter has had the opportunity to connect with many awesome Students and Buddies alike! Best Buddies is an organization that pairs a person with

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7th Annual Scotch Tasting

7th Annual Scotch Tasting at its finest on October 18, 2018 at the beautiful Hacienda Sarria. Four rare and aged scotch bottlings will be paired with the finest foods prepared by Wildcraft Chefs. Live entertainment, Cuban Cigars, Silent and Live Auction and Highland Piping makes

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Heart and Stroke Big Bike Ride

The Heart and Stroke Big Bike Ride is on Monday June 4, 2018. KW Habilitation will participate in the big bike ride this year. People interested will be able to sign up, get donations for the Heart and Stroke foundation and then ride the big

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Staff Appreciation Day

Staff Appreciation Day is Wednesday June 6, 2018. KW Habilitation likes to make sure the staff who work here know how much they are appreciated. Without the endless passion and commitment the staff have when working, the organization would not be able to flourish in

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Harvest Dinner

The Harvest Dinner is on Tuesday October 2, 2018 from 5pm-7:30pm. The Committee for Excellence is doing another dinner as they have become such a great community event that always brings people together. There will be a raffle table filled with donated items and all

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A Voice For Change

This winter, our very own David Lalonde of OutSpoken was asked his thoughts on our Region’s worst roads.  As part of the CAA Worst Roads Campaign, community members across the province were given the opportunity to speak about the challenges they face with poor road

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Polar Plunge

On February 15, 2018, Conestoga College hosted its 37th Annual Polar Plunge event with proceeds this year going to KW Habilitation. Our very own Brent Atkinson along with over 20 students took the plunge in front of a large supportive audience.  Students jumped or cannon-balled

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