Newfoundland and Labrador 


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PCCN AVALON
Contact:
 Keith Guzzwell
Phone: (709) 726-9782
Email: kguzzwell@gmail.com
Meet: 1st Tuesday of each month
(except July and August)
Canadian Cancer Society
70 Rosewalk Lane, St. John's
7:15 PM
PCCN BAY ST. GEORGE
Contact:
 Wayne Morris
Phone: (709) 645-2422
Email: waynemorris_realestate@hotmail.com
Meet: 1st Monday of each month
Hotel Stephenville
Stephenville, NL
7:15 PM
PCCN CORNER BROOK
Contact:
 Art Matthews
Phone: (709) 639-1627
Email: amatthews@colemans.ca
Meet: 4th Tuesday of each month
Kinsmen Building
45 St. Mark's Ave.
7:00 PM
PCCN GRAND FALLS-WINDSOR
Contact:
 Ed Vatcher
Phone: (709) 535-6880
Email: edcvatcher@hotmail.com
Meet: 1st Wednesday of each month
Mount Peyton Hotel
Grand Falls-Windsor
7:15 PM
PCCN KITTIWAKE
Contact:
 Nelson Granter
Phone: (709) 674-4461
Email: enag@nf.sympatico.ca
Meet: 2nd Monday of each month
Lions Club, Gander
7:30 PM
PCCN LABRADOR WEST
Contact:
 Charlie Ward
Phone: (709) 944-5348
Email: wardsc@crrstv.net
Meet: 2nd Monday of each month
Union Centre
Labrador City
8:00 PM
PCCN - NL Prostate Cancer Advisory Board
Contact: 
Darrell Yetman
Phone: (709) 757-8530
Email: dyetman@nl.cancer.ca
PCCN TRINITY NORTH
Contact:
 Chesley Stanford
Phone: (709) 466-2520
Email: stanfordches@gmail.com
Meet: 3rd Monday of each month
Lions Club, Clarenville
7:30 PM

 

 





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