Newfoundland and Labrador 


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PCCN AVALON
Contact: Keith Guzzwell
P: 709 726-9782
E: kguzzwell@gmail.com
Meet: 1st Tuesday (Sept. – June)
Elks Club, Carpasian Road
7:15 PM

PCCN BAY ST. GEORGE
Contact: Wayne Morris
P: 709-645-2422
E: waynemorris _realestate@hotmail.com
Meet: 1st Monday of each month
Hotel Stephenville, Stephenville, NL
7:15 pm

PCCN CORNER BROOK
Contact: Art Matthews
P: (709) 639-1627
E: amatthews@colemans.ca
Meet: 4th Tuesday
Mamateek Inn, Salon B, Maple Valley Rd.
8 PM

PCCN GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR
Contact: Ed Vatcher
P: 709-535-6880
E: edcvatcher@hotmail.com
Meet: 1st Wednesday each month
Mount Peyton Hotel, Grand Falls - Windsor
7:15 PM

PCCN KITTIWAKE
Contact: Nelson Granter
P: 709 674-4461
E: enag@nf.sympatico.ca
Meet: 2nd Monday
Lions Club, Gander
7:30 PM

PCCN TRINITY NORTH 
Contact: Chesley Stanford
P: 709 466-2520
E: stanfordches@gmail.com
Meet: 3rd Monday
Lions Club, Clarenville
7:30 PM

PCCN LABRADOR WEST
Contact: Charlie Ward
P: 709-944-5348
E: wardsc@crrstv.net
Meet: 2nd Monday each month
Union Centre, Labrador City
8 PM

PCCN - NL Prostate Cancer Advisory Board
Contact: Darrell Yetman
P: 709-757-8530
E: dyetman@nl.cancer.ca

 

 

 





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