Aama Goot Women’s Wellness

My name is Rosalie Temple, Aama Goot Womens Wellness Coordinator I offer support and information on health and wellness to our clients. I help those that need help finding resources in our community and here at the Friendship House.

In the past year we have been working hard to bring our clients back into the building. Because of the Pandemic some that still won’t spend too much time with others. We have a core group that meet each week. These are some of the groups and Projects we do.

  • Power Puff Girlz Club
  • Ladyz Club
  • KAPS distress bread/produce
  • Little Cubs
  • Soap for Hope Project
  • Event Hampers/Dinners (Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas)
  • Taste of Tradition

Our goal is to give opportunities to our clients to learn something new whether it be cooking, sewing, beading, leather work, and so on. I ask the clients what they want to try and I see if I can make it happen.

All the projects I put forward are well accepted. I try to make it so it is easy enough for the clients to accomplish. Teaching is very rewarding when the student gets to the end point with a smile.

Taste of tradition is a popular project the clients learn how to process traditional foods. And they get to bring some of it home. The clients love learning how to process traditional foods. Little Cubs was a success again this year. Wishing everyone a good year in learning/Teaching. Be kind and gentle with each other.

--Rosalie Temple

Power Puff Girls

A club for girls from the ages of 7 to 12 years of age. The club meets every Tuesday from 3:30 to 5:00 P.M.

  • Play games
  • Learn new skills and artwork
  • Basic cooking and baking skills
  • Life skills

Design Class

Classes are every Wednesday from 2 P.M. to 4 P.M.

  • Learn basic shapes
  • Form line for your crest

Ladyz Club

  •  Learn crocheting
  • Sewing with machine
  • Designing clothing and accessories
  • Learn different crafts

Anger Management

This is a professionally guided workshop that provides a certificate after a six week program. All interested participants will be informed of start dates at which point attendance is a must to acquire the certificate.

Aama Goot women's wellness also partners with various other programs in the Friendship House. Some activities include making drums with elders and preschool children and coaching people on their designs.

Contact: Rose Temple

Phone: (250) 627-1717, Ext. 28


Aama Goot Women's Wellness is funded by the Province of British Columbia.

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