Senior CentreAURORA BOREALIS ARTS COUNCIL
Would you like to see more live theatre & music productions in town? Contact Sylvia at (204) 358-2520
 
EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE CENTRE
(204) 358-7548, 131 Balsam St.
Resume writing, interview skills, Internet searches, job search support, career coaching
 
FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE
(204) 358-7141 FAX (204) 358-7771, 131 Balsam St.
 
 
The Family Resource Center offers support to women, children and men, including crisis intervention and safe home referrals. Public awareness and information sessions are held to address social issues and concerns. A library of books and videos are available to the community. An after- school program and youth centre are offered throughout the year.
The centre is opened Monday - Friday from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
 
DISTRICT HEALTH COUNCIL
The purpose of the District Health is to provide a forum for community participation in local health issues and provides an opportunity for communication to take place between community members and the Norman Regional Health Authority. Their role is to understand the issues, set priorities, research alternative approaches, and recommend solutions and actions.
 
The DHC provides an opportunity for community input on local needs and priorities and acts as a  catalyst to mobilize and support community participation and action on health issues. Some of their accomplishments are tele-health marketing, health fairs, elder abuse education, mental health education, support the Family Resource Centre with the After School Program and Winter Whoot, supported the Town of Snow Lake 60th Anniversary Celebration, school snack program support, worked to obtain two long term beds at the health centre, studied and promoted "no burning" at the nuisance grounds, lobbied for new water treatment plant, conducted surveys re Senior Housing and Health Needs Assessment, assisted in three NRHA Community Needs Assessments, and works with NRHA Board and Staff. Box 116.
Contact Betty Rudd (204) 358-2845.
 
FIRE FIGHTING
Our volunteer fire department is always on the lookout for a few good men and women. Contact Volunteer Fire Chief Cory Anaka (204) 358-9399
 
HEALTH AUXILIARY
Supports fundraising for health centre and other community needs. Contact Phyllis (204) 358-9802 if you are interested in being part of this group.

The group also provides a Large Print local telephone book for those who need one available for pick up at the Snow Lake Senior's Centre.
 
HEALTHY SNOW LAKE Snow Lake Health Unit
A healthy community is one that is creating and improving those physical and social environments, which enable people to develop to their maximum potential. The focus of the Healthy Communities program is to ensure the long-term sustainability of the best quality of life for all citizens of the community. Kelly Wiwcharuck at (204) 358-2287 can provide you with all the details.

HELPING HANDS TRANSPORTATION SERVICE
Offers free rides to doctor's appointments, grocery shopping or general errands for those in need. Call (204) 358-7500 for appointments or more information.
 
MINING MUSEUM BOARD
Contact Paul Hawman (204) 358-2257 for more information about the committee.
 
PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD
For more information regarding being on the Library Board contact Vivian Bennett (204) 358-2833
 
ELKS
Contact Brenda Forsyth-Flamand (204) 358-7295 More Members Needed

 
LIONS
Contact Dave Roberts (204) 358-2864
 
ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION # 241
Call (204) 358-2308  
 
LEGION AUXILIARY
Contact Bernice Stoupe (204) 358-2577
 
RED HATS - RUBY LOONETTES
Contact Leone Langan (204) 358-2438

SNOW LAKE SENIOR CENTRE
Contact Grace Chrapun (204) 358-2254