The Myles Neuts Make Children Better Now (MCBN) Association will be hosting its eighth annual general meeting in Chatham on Oct. 27, and the public is welcome to attend.
The meeting is being held at Aristo’s, part of Smitty’s Restaurant, in the morning, and the public is invited to listen to guest speaker Joe Wamback at 12:45 p.m.
Wamback founded the Canadian Crime Victim Foundation in 1999 after his 15-year-old son Jonathan was the victim of a violent criminal assault. The Foundation advocates for innocent victims of crime in Canada.
MCBN advocates for the betterment of children’s lives through education of youth, parents and professionals, focusing on the emotional, physical and mental health ramifications of at-risk youth and programs that support them.
For more information about MCBN, go to www.makechildrenbetternow.org.