Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic School Board education director Michael Nasello worked in the board's information technology (IT) department as he took over the help desk position there Thursday for the Put Your Director To Work Day raffle for the United Way of Peterborough and District. The help desk is the hub of all technical issues that come in through the school board's Lansdowne Street West education centre and the board's 36 schools.
Eight Trent University students are studying the city's affordable housing shortage as part of their course work this semester. Supported by the Trent Community Research Centre, the students have partnered with organizations such as A Way Home Peterborough and the city to use community-based research methods to find answers for homelessness and a lack of affordable housing.
A crowdfunding campaign has been re-launched to help the family of a Peterborough father of three who lost his battle with cancer last year. Brittany Colarossi updated With You to the finish Mike and Fam at www.gofundme.com on Monday to raise money for Ashley Bartosh-Smith, whose husband Mike Smith died June 4. The 38-year-old hockey dad worked at Water World Pools Peterborough.
Director @MSNasello works in the @PVNCCDSB IT department as he took over the help desk position for the Put Your Director To Work Day raffle for the United Way of Peterborough and District on Thursday. More than 300 tickets purchased for the raffle raised $1,354. @PtboExaminerhttps://t.co/i3mkkH6Gfa
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