By Elizabeth Sowden, National Post WriterThe past year has been a challenging one for many people, from parents to grandparents who can’t get along with their kids or are struggling with a serious illness.
For some, it’s been the worst year of their lives.
For others, it has been the most difficult.
But when a child or a spouse is diagnosed with a disease or illness is a constant concern, there are plenty of people willing to take on the challenge of helping their families and loved ones.
For the past year, a team of volunteers and community volunteers have been working in many different ways to support those in need.
Many people want to help their loved ones get better, but they don’t want to leave the house alone.
Others just want to support their communities.
And some are just looking for a way to contribute.
Some of those people are the ones who have put together a group called the “Fertility Calendar” that is meant to assist people in their time of need.
The calendar is made up of monthly reminders that can be sent to loved ones to remind them to take fertility medications or other fertility-related products.
Each month the calendar includes a list of ingredients that people should take to prevent or treat the signs and symptoms of infertility.
These can include herbs and foods that are safe and effective for women.
“We are the only community that has the idea of this calendar,” said Linda Waugh, a member of the committee that is working to create the calendar.
“We want people to have a good idea of what to eat, where to eat it, how much to take.
We’re trying to keep them informed so they know where to go and where to get it.”
In the coming months, the group is hoping to add a third section to the calendar that includes people who want to volunteer to help with the calendar, as well as volunteers who will provide other services for those who can not take part.
A community group is a community of like-minded people who share a common goal.
They often find it challenging to get together and share ideas and ideas help other people who are suffering.
This year, the team is planning to have four members at each table, including two people who would normally be doing other activities but are interested in working on a project together.
In the past, this has meant putting up a banner in front of a restaurant and asking passersby to come to the table, but the team has found it to be a very rewarding way to meet new people and get to know each other.
“I’m a huge fan of a social network,” said Mary Linton, a volunteer with the group.
“I’m glad we’re getting people to come and share with each other and I think it’s a good way for people to connect.”
What we are really hoping for is that they’ll come and have fun, have a drink or something, have an idea and that people can come together and have a positive experience with the work and the calendar.
“The group also hopes to create a database of other similar calendars in the community that can then be shared on the website.