The most recent Community Newsletter: Community Association Fall 2018 Newsletter
FALL INTO (free) FUDGE with your Community Association
Win yourself some fudge by telling us about a good neighbour or something you like about your neighbourhood. For residents of Hudson Bay Park, Mayfair and Kelsey-Woodlawn.
FALL INTO FUDGE Random Draw RULES: In order to have your name entered into the random draw for homemade fudge, all you have to do is:
A) on this page, tell us about something nice/helpful a neighbour or someone in your neighbourhood has done for you (write it in a funny poem or just tell us straight up, be as creative as you like) OR
B) tell us about something you like or enjoy in your neighbourhood (person, place or thing – it’s up to you).
* Have fun and let the rest of us know about some of the good happening around you in your neighbourhood!
All entrants must of course live in Hudson Bay Park, Mayfair or KelseyWoodlawn. The volunteer’s fudge taxi only delivers to these 3 neighbourhoods.
FALL INTO FUDGE starts now and entries will be accepted until Wednesday, September 26th at 3 pm. All names will be put into a random draw, with the winner’s name being chosen at the Community Association general meeting on Wednesday at 6:30 pm at Ecole Henry Kelsey. The winner’s fudge will not be at the meeting, but if you attend the meeting, you can share our other meeting snacks.
Winner’s name will be posted on this page next Wednesday evening, and you can then send a private message with your address or a phone number we can reach you at, to have the fudge delivered to your home the next day.
WHAT IS IN THE FUDGE?
There are no nuts added to the fudge, but it is NOT made in a nut-free kitchen. There is also milk in the fudge, and flour. Fudge should be kept in the fridge in the unlikely event it is not eaten up right away, and can also be kept in the freezer for sneaky midnight snacks for up to 6 months.
Can you help?
The volunteer Community Association that represents your 3 neighbourhoods needs a new Secretary asap! Could this be you? We’d really like to complete our member board so we can carry on doing what we need to do for neighbourhood programming, events, and future projects.
Can you help your community this year as a volunteer Secretary with your Community Association? Email us at email@example.com for more information. Better yet, if you can, attend the Wednesday, September 26th general meeting at 6:30 at Ecole Henry Kelsey to find out more or put your name forward for the position.
WHY? Volunteering with your neighbourhood Community Association not only helps your community directly, but can help you build your resume for work, gain new experiences, and meet new people. And did we mention there is always something tasty to eat at monthly meetings? It’s true!
WHAT? The Secretary position involves attending once-a-month meetings on the last Wednesday of the month at 6:30 pm at Ecole Henry Kelsey (16 Valens Drive) and typing up the minutes of our meetings (what is discussed and decided on, votes, motions, etc). We do not meet during the summer months.
Please join us for the first general meeting of the Community Association for 2018-2019.
Date: Wednesday, September 26th
Time: 6:30 pm
Location: Ecole Henry Kelsey, 16 Valens Drive (staff room or library)
The meeting details are also on the Community’s facebook page:
INDOOR PROGRAMS FOR FALL 2018
- Online registrations starts Monday, August 20 – September 10.
- In-person registration is September 4, from 7 – 8 pm at Henry Kelsey School.
Online registration: will open Monday August 20, 2018. We are using Event Smart for registrations this season, and the programs offered can be viewed and registered for through the link below. You can pay online using PayPal (or a credit card) on the Event Smart site when you register, pay at the first class or mail us a cheque (mailing address found under contact link). In-person registration will be held at Henry Kelsey School at 16 Valens Drive on September 4, 2018 between 7-8 pm.
Standard Waiver and Exclusion Agreement: Please note if class size is too small a program may be cancelled and a refund issued. Parental supervision is required in any preschool program. Any abuse towards instructors or other participants will not be tolerated and you will be asked to leave the program. Please treat facilities with respect so we can continue to use them.
I hereby assume all risks involved in my/my child’s participation in HBPMKW Community Association sports and activities. I hereby release, waive, discharge and covenant not to sue the Community Association, its officers, participants, promoters, sanctioning organization or any subdivision thereof, owners and leases of the premises used to conduct said activities, and each of them, from all liability to the undersigned, his/her personal representatives, assignees, heirs and next of kin for any loss or damage on account of injury to person or property.
Where this website disagrees with the Leisure Guide, this website is correct. We apologize for any inconsistencies but printing deadlines require program submissions before details are confirmed.
Program locations for Fall 2018:
Ecole Henry Kelsey: 16 Valens Dr
Mayfair Community School: 510 34th Street W
St. Edward School: 1002 Ave P N
St. Michael School: 22 33rd Street E
If there are any programs you would like to teach that are not being run, please contact the indoor coordinator at HBPMKWindoor@gmail.com or any other member of the Community Association. We will offer as many programs as we have space and teachers.
Your Community Association wants to help all residents in the neighbourhood have the opportunity to take part in community programs. If you are not able to participate in a program because of the cost, we can help. Just ask about the “Cost as a Barrier” program at registration, or choose that option in the Event Smart site. If you have questions, please speak with any Community Association Executive member at registration or email HBPMKWinfo@gmail.com .
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Happening on Saturday, September 15th from 10 am – 5 pm
Facebook event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/187936988579209/
From the 33rd St BID (Business Improvement District):
” Please join us for this years 33rd Street Fair! Once again we’re shutting down the street for a fantastic block party with live entertainment, vendors, food, and a children’s area!
Vendor tables are $50 ~ registration is here:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdLWeUSA6hd9WFOabOxUpP60MqcCvfEKkSG1tm5qeGk9D2aZA/viewform
If you would like to sign up for one of our busking spots please contact Nicola at Better Off Duds
Brought to you by the 33rd Street BID & Affinity Credit Union “
Saskatoon Police are reminding residents to register their bikes to help police find the rightful owner in case of theft.
From Police: ” Recording your bike’s serial number and other identifying information could make the difference in getting your lost or stolen bike back.
In Saskatoon, Police have seen an increase in the number of bikes being stolen. Hundreds of recovered bicycles go to auction each year in Saskatoon because Police cannot identify owners. Bikes and bike parts are actually used as currency in the drug trade. For that reason, the SPS encourages you to record your bicycle information and enter it on our registry. This information is for police use only in the event your bike is lost or stolen. ”