On July 25, about 100 neighbours, supporters, and youth workers from various agencies came out to celebrate Threshold’s 20 anniversary of service to the community. Acting Mayor, Ms. Shellie Gudgeon, acknowledged the work of the Society and wished us well as we turn our vision toward the future. The festivities were enlivened with the music of The Rooftop Runners as well as draws and food. The food was provided by the Lions Club of Victoria (thanks Gord!) with gift prizes being donated by IMAX Victoria, Cherries Breakfast Bistro and a quilt stitched by Threshold’s quilters (Fran McArthur). The tent was provided by Remax of Victoria. Many thanks to Kyra, Dan, Graham and Rebekah for all their organizational help, as well as Tony Wick and Ron Hall of St. Peter’s Lakehill and St. David’s by the Sea. Special thanks to Peggy English of the Life-Skills program and all the residents who worked hard to adorn the house with fantastic art work (the art tree, pictures, posters, cards – you guys are awesome!). Many thanks as well to the South Jubilee Neighbourhood Association for being such good sports and allowing us to make noise, block the street and have fun.