New Volunteers 2018

Lyn Scott

Lyn Scott is a long-time St. Lambert resident.  A recently retired business woman, she is now able to give more time to the community that she has been involved with for so long.  Our Harbor was brought to her attention by some of the directors of the organization and she was attracted by the fact that it was a small “hands-on” organization which can really make a difference in the lives of its residents by providing a stable and friendly living environment for those affected by mental health issues. DS

Dennis Armstrong

Dennis Armstron

“I’ve been retired three years and try to keep busy which, at times, can be challenging. I spend as much time as I can with my five grandchildren and help friends on their projects. I’m glad I have volunteered for Our Harbour as it has turned out to be interesting and challenging but also rewarding when there are signs of progress.”

David Gobby

David Gobby is an experienced furniture mover (with a van) and has an MA in Human Systems Intervention (HSI). He has recently agreed to use both sets of physical and facilitation skills as a new member of Our Harbour’s volunteer team and has found Our Harbour residents to be “welcoming, interesting and easy to work with.” DS
Our Harbour celebrated volunteers during National Volunteer Week, April 15-21