Archive for October 29, 2014

Fundamental Movement Training Course

Attention all Youth 16+

“Fundamental Movement Training”.

This training provides youth 16+ with the opportunity to teach children how to develop basic motor skills (throwing, catching, running, jumping, ect.) for the participation in sports and physical activities. After this training, they will be able to apply a six-step process to teaching the fundamental movement skills and also able to create safe games where children can practice these skills. Youth will be certified which is great for instructing recreational programs.

The training will be taking place on Saturday Nov. 1st 2014 at Carleton Heights School (1600 Prince of Wales Dr.) from 8:30AM-4:30PM.

 

Any youth interested should contact Urge at uibrahim@nrocrc.org or 613 5965626 Ext 248.

 

MWCA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING

MWCA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (AGM)

 

 Do you live in Manordale, Woodvale or Craig Henry?

Are you interested in finding out what your Community Association does for You?

Would you like to see more activities for all age groups?

 

Can you spare some time on Monday November 10th to find out what is going on in your Community?

 

If your answer to some or all of these questions is yes – then we hope to see you at the MWCA AGM!

 

MWCA AGM

Monday November 10th – 7:30 PM

Manordale Community Building

68 Knoxdale Road

 

Please spread the word – Whatever we do we do for you and your families! agmmeeting

CITY ELECTION

Don’t forget to vote tomorrow. It is important for all of us.

 

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MANORDALE YOUTH GROUP

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HALLOWEEN SAFETY TIPS

 

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PUBLIC ADVISORY /
AVIS AU PUBLIC
Executive Services
Services de direction
474, rue Elgin Street
Ottawa, Ontario
Tel./tél. 613-236-1222
Fax: 613-760-8064
www.OttawaPolice.ca

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, October 30, 2013 11:17am

Ottawa Police reminds everyone to be safe this Halloween

(Ottawa)— The Ottawa Police Service would like to remind everyone to be safe this Halloween.
To help families have a safe trick-or-treating experience, the Ottawa Police offers you the following tips and tricks:

• Make sure your children can be seen. Visibility is an important safety consideration. Flashlights with fresh batteries, glow sticks and reflective tape are must-haves on Halloween and will enable drivers to see kids as they scout from door to door.

• Children should walk on the sidewalk and go to well lit homes on one side of the street; then cross safely at an intersection to visit homes on the other side of the street.

• Ensure costumes are fitted. Make sure your child’s Halloween costume is made of flame-resistant materials and is well fitted. Costumes that drag on the ground can pose a tripping hazard, which can be a serious danger if kids fall while crossing the street. Masks, hats and other accessories should also fit your child properly without inhibiting their vision. Halloween makeup is a safer option.

• Always trick-or-treat in groups. Accompany your children when they go out trick-or-treating. Older children may want to go with friends. If so, plan a route and make them carry a fully charged cell phone in case they get separated from the group.

• Check Halloween candy carefully. Treat your kids to a Halloween snack before they head out so that they are less likely to eat the candy they gather before you have a chance to inspect their loot bags. Teach your children never to eat treats that are in packages that have been opened, show pinholes or have other damage. And remember, avoid homemade treats or fruit unless they are from a family member or close friend.

• Find help. Teach your children to find a police officer if they are lost or need help while trick-or-treating.

• Motorists: be aware of children on the streets. With all the excitement some may forget to look both ways before crossing. Drive carefully and slowly when on residential streets.

For more Halloween safety tips visit ottawapolice.ca

CONTACT:
Media Relations Section
Telephone: 613-236-1222, ext. 5366
@OttawaPolice
Facebook.com/OttawaPoliceService

 

HALLOWEEN EUCHRE — OCTOBER 24

Halloween Euchre — Come join this Friday — October 24th. Since we will be only 1 week away from Halloween we have decided to celebrate Halloween at the same time. Please feel free to come in costume.

Halloween Euchre
Friday October 24 at 7:30 PM
Manordale Community Building
Cost $5.00
Hope to see you there!
Please spread the word.

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MONTHLY MEETING

Come join for our monthly meeting this Monday at 6:30PM at the Community Building. Please see the agenda below.

Agenda
October 20, 2014

1) Visionary Session with NROCRC(6:30 PM)
2) Review of September’s Minute
3) Review of Christmas Party Task List
4) Preparation for AGM
5) New Business (Time permitting)

 

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ALL CANDIDATES DEBATE for WARD 9

Please join your friends and neighbors Sunday October 19 at 7PM. Get to know the candidates and where they stand and please remember to vote on election day!

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UPCOMING EVENTS in Manordale

Please mark your calendars and join us for these upcoming events

October Euchre — Friday October 24th (Halloween theme)

MWCA AGM — MONDAY NOVEMBER 10, 2014

MWCA SANTA CHRISTMAS PARTY — SUNDAY DECEMBER 14, 2014

Please look for more details in upcoming announcements. If you have an interest in becoming part of the MWCA executive please contact us at mwca59@yahoo.com. If you wish to join the MWCA please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

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Manordale-Woodvale Community Association

 

EUCHRE SCHEDULE

 

2014

 

Margaret Rywak Community Bldg

 

68 Knoxdale Road

 

                                     

 

 January 17, 2014, February 21, 2014, March 21, 2014

 

      April 11, 2014, May 16, 2014, June 20, 2014

 

      July 18, 2014, August 15, 2014, September 19, 2014

 

      October 24, 2014, November 21, 2014, December 19, 2014

 

                            

 

          Manordale-Woodvale Community Association (MWCA)

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