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Canwood Summer Youth Program

by: SYP Coordinator Amy Wreford and Assistants Cassidy Anderson and Casey Kvinlaug

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Canwood Summer Youth Program had a great run again for the summer of 2018. With seven themed weeks and over fifty kids, ages 5-12, registered in the program, both the kids and us Coordinators had a blast. This year’s themes for the program were A Storytelling Summer, Adventureland, Wet and Wild, In and Around the Community, Where in the World, Anything Goes and All Good Things Come to an End.

SwimmingFor ‘A Storytelling Summer’ each day was a different Disney Book/Movie. The days included Pinocchio, Peter Pan, Beauty & the Beast, Cars and Toy Story. Each day had a certain craft and activity based on that movie or book. Also, this week we went to the Canwood Public Library where we got a chance to try out mechanical robots.

In ‘Adventureland’ week the kids were tested on their skills of treasure hunting, scavenger hunting, survivor tactics, obstacles and minute-to-win-it activities. During this week each got prizes for participating in all of the fun filled activities. This week was very busy and there was never a dull moment at SYP.

As part of our ‘Wet and Wild’ week the program made a trip to the Shellbrook Pool for a pizza lunch and a full afternoon of swimming. We also had a Slip & Slide at the school and also went to Whispering Pine Place for a water fight. Although the weather didn’t quite hold up for most of this week the kids still had a blast on the days in which we could go outside and have a water fight/water games. 
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MP Georgina Jolibois

Statement in the House of Commons
to the community of Village of Canwood and RM of Canwood.
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Canwood Park


Canwood and Districts Volume II History Book

Available for purchase at:

R.M. of Canwood Office 
$60 per book 
For more information contact the office at (306)468-2014

 


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Newsletters

Village of Canwood Newsletter
September 2018

Canwood School Newsletter
September 2018


Village Council

The next Council meeting date will be September 17, 2018, commencing at 9:30 a.m.


Village & R.M. of Canwood 100th Anniversary

Community Grant Program Information

The Village & R.M. of Canwood 100th Anniversary Committee is now taking applications for funding for local projects.

WHO CAN APPLY?
➢ Local Community Organizations and non-profits. For the purpose of this application, local is defined as the Canwood Public School Bussing area.

APPLICATION DATES & DEADLINES
➢ Applications can be submitted anytime from now until October 31, 2018.
➢ Applications may be submitted by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
or by mail to:  Village & R.M. of Canwood 100th Anniversary c/o P.O. Box 495 Canwood, SK S0J 0K0

INFORMATION TO BE INCLUDED WITH APPLICATION  
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Contact
➢ If you require further information, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call Lisa at 306-468-7465.


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“On Call” Volunteers

Volunteer “Friends” – Whispering Pine Place, Canwood (306) 468-2900

Volunteers are matched with a patient/resident, and become their personal friend.  Volunteers might write letters, play cards, read, perform small favors, take their friend shopping, for coffee in or out of the hospital, and recognize birthdays, Christmas, & special occasions.

Shifts:  Flexible, once or twice per week.

If you are interested in this or any other Volunteer service position, or if you have a particular skill or talent you would like to share with the patients, residents or clients in the Health Region, please call your local health care facility to apply. You can also reach the PAPHR Volunteer Services Department at (306) 765-6010, by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or find us on the web at www.paphr.ca   We look forward to matching your talents and interests with the right position for you.

Friendly Visiting – Whispering Pine Place – Canwood (306) 468-2900

Duties include visiting residents on a one-to-one basis or in small groups, chatting, playing cards, reading, sitting outside with residents, portering residents, taking residents to functions, shopping trips, performing small favors, walking Alzheimer patients, etc.

Shifts:
9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. or 1:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. daily