New Brunswick


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PCCN FREDERICTON
Contact:
 Stephen Patterson
Phone: (506) 454-9010
Email: spatters@unb.ca
Meet: 2nd Wednesday of each month
(except July & August)
The Heritage Centre
11 McGloin, Marysville
7:00 PM
PCCN MIRAMICHI
Contact:
 Terry F. Whalen Sr.
Phone: (506) 622-7990
Email: haz@nbnet.nb.ca
Meet: Last Friday of each month
Mt. St. Joseph Nursing Home,
2nd Floor, Lobban Ave.
7:00 PM
PCCN GREATER MONCTON
Contact:
 Charlie Taylor. Coordinator
Phone: (506) 862-0109 (home)
(506) 863-9594 (cell)
Email: charlie.taylor@grote.com
Meet: 1st Wednesday of each month
(except July & August)
Occupational Concepts
91 Driscoll Cres.
Moncton, NB, E1E 4C8
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
PCCN GREATER SAINT JOHN
Contact:
 Jerry Jamer
Phone: (506) 847-2551
Email: jerryjamer@gmail.com
Meet: 2nd Tuesday of each month
St. James the Less Church
1760 Rothesay Rd.
Rothesay, NB
7:00 PM

 

 





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