Cranbrook Society for Community Living moves to new premises

The Cranbrook Society for Community Living has been part of the area since 1956.

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Small one-storey office building.

The Cranbrook Society for Community Living has new offices on 13th Avenue S., in downtown Cranbrook. — Photo courtesy CSCL

There are a lot of changes at The Cranbrook Society for Community Living (CSCL) happening lately, including moving into new premises and the retirement of long time executive director Margaret Laidlaw.

Plus the CSCL is sporting a newly designed logo and has just completed a relocation to new offices at 39-13th Avenue South in Cranbrook – the former Kootenay Employment building. The CSCL also recently launched a new website at www.cranbrookscl.ca

Executive director Margaret Laidlaw has been with the social agency for last 15 years.

The Cranbrook Society for Community Living (CSCL) is a registered charity that provides a variety of supports and services to children, youth and adults with diverse abilities. We work closely with our community partners to promote and foster inclusion within our community. We are proud of the work we do and we are even more proud to be part of the community of Cranbrook - since 1956.

 

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