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New Community Mural Unveiling at Foundry Ridge Meadows

Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Community Services is proud to announce the unveiling of a new mural at our Foundry Ridge Meadows location on Friday, February 18th 2022 at 12pm.

Foundry Ridge Meadows was selected by the BC Summer Games 2020 Legacy Fund committee to receive a grant of $18,000.00. This grant made it possible to launch a mural project with Rain Pierre, a highly regarded Artist from Katzie First Nation, known for his beautiful Indigenous creations and inspiring work with students from SD 42.

Youth 12- 24 were invited to submit artwork into art competition. The winner’s designs were incorporated into a collaborative mural with Rain Pierre that was unveiled on Friday at 12pm. Rain Pierre, the winning student artists, Foundry and Community Services staff , news media and members from The BC Summer Games were in attendance.
Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Community Services is an accredited, multi-service charity dedicated to providing quality programs and services to Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows for over 50 years.

Foundry Ridge Meadows(a program of MRPM Community Services that helps young people 12-24 and their caregiver’s access mental health substance use support, physical/sexual health, peer support, and social services.

Rain Pierre is a Coast Salish Artist and Motivational Speaker from Katzie First Nation known for his bold artwork around the Lower Mainland, advocacy for the LGBTQ2S+ community, and building a path towards