Archive for December 31, 2014

MWCA CHRISTMAS PARTY

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL THOSE THAT ATTENDED THE MWCA FIRST ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PARTY! As you can see from the pictures there was many events and fun was  had by all. For those that were unable to attend we wish to wish you a Merry Christmas and hope to see you next year!

From our FAMILIES to YOURS —

HAVE A HAPPY, HEALTHY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR!!!!!

 

 

 

 

ICE MAKING 101

Nice Ice Training/Ice Making 101 held at Woodroffe Park Field House  180 Lockhart Ave (just north of the Carlingwood Shopping Centre).
Tuesday, December 9th from 7:00-9:00 pm.
Long time Lakeview Outdoor Rink Operator Al Arsenault will be on hand to offer first hand expertise on how to get your rink started and what it takes to keep it in great condition through-out the season. Lots of opportunity for questions to be answered. 
Perfect for new or experienced rink operators. Please confirm your attendance!
Thanks,
 
Dinos Dafniotis
Program Coordinator | Coordonnatrice de programme
Seasonal Recreation | Loisirs saisonniers
Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services | Services des parcs, des loisirs et de la culture
City of Ottawa | Ville d’Ottawa
100 Constellation, 8th floor West, K2G 6J8

Police seek man who offered candy to child in Manordale

 

BY , OTTAWA SUN

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Manordale Public School - Man offers candy to kids
Ottawa Police want to find this man after a man went onto the Manordale school property and offered candy to a child on Nov. 25. (OTTAWA POLICE Submitted image)

Cops are hunting for a creep who went onto elementary school grounds and offered a young child some candy.

Police have a photo of a suspect from the incident at Manordale Public School on Nov. 25.

Investigators say shortly after 8 a.m., a man went into the schoolyard and offered one of the children some candy. He was spotted by school staff who didn’t manage to identify him, but were able to snap a few photos.

He’s described as white with a dark, tanned complexion, between 25- and 35-years old with a medium build, short dark hair and a dark beard.

At the time, he was wearing dark track pants, a white coat and white shoes.

Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Andrew McAnany at 613-236-1222 ext. 8797. Anonymous Crime Stoppers tips can be made at 613-233-847 7(TIPS) or by downloading the Ottawa Police iOS app.