Only an hour into their 15th Anniversary appreciation barbecue, Moose Jaw Families For Change had already seen over 100 visitors stop by.
The Kinsmen Inclusion Centre was buzzing with bodies, enjoying their lunch or having a piece of anniversary cake. A number of people took time to sign the super-sized 15-shaped boards, and stop to talk to members of the Inclusion Centre with questions.
Wilson Farms even brought their goats by the centre for some hands-on cuddles in the morning.
Katie Statler, community coordinator for MJFFC, was pleased to see such a response from the community.
“We're overwhelmed with the amount of people who've come by, stopped and said hello, and said 'what is this place, I've always wanted to know more?'” said Statler. “That was exactly what our aim was for today.”
MJFFC operates three group homes in Moose Jaw for adults with disabilities, alongside the Kinsmen Inclusion Centre and their independent living program.
“If people want to learn more, they can always follow us on Facebook at Moose Jaw Families for Change or check out our website, mjffc.com, or just pop in — we always welcome anyone who wants to learn more,” said Statler.