Saskatoon Police: Teen/Parent Drug Talk - Back On!
To be held Dec. 2, 2015 (7pm to 9:30pm) at Saskatoon Police Service (76 25th Street East). For more information click here.
Youth Addictions Services
YO! Introducing the new privately provided Youth Only addiction recovery groups, beginning in Jan of 2016. If there are concerns regarding your 14 to 18 yr. olds’ substance use, please contact Brenda Hearn for inquiries and registration at (306) 241-8222, or email email@example.com . Groups will run for 2 hrs. one night/week for 12 weeks. Get your teen the highest quality of professional support today to help secure a better tomorrow! These are private fee-for-service programs. Some parental attendance may be required.
Walk for Alzheimer's Saskatoon 2016
The Alzheimer's Society provides services to a growing number of people in Saskatchewan who have been touched by this disease. People in all communities and walks of life have some sort of experience with dementia and Alzheimer's Disease. The Walk for Alzheimer's is a annual event in Saskatoon, raising awareness of this disease and money to support the Society's work.
Moose on the move
Sightings of moose in the Lakeview community have been increasing as moose populations in the region expand. Moose encounters in the city are most common in the spring and fall when animals are more mobile but can occur on any month. These large animals can weight 200-500 kg and are a serious risk for collisions with vehicles, knocking over yard fences, and may potentially harm people when they are distressed in these urban areas. If you see a moose, call 911 immediately and report it. Never approach it and move far away to a safe area such as a house or vehicle. Sometimes moose leave the city on their own, but wildlife officers may come and dart the animal to put it to sleep temporarily so they can release it far away from the city.
If you have questions or concerns contact Dr. Ryan Brook at the University of Saskatchewan firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information can be found at facebook.com/SaskatchewanFarmlandMooseProject.
Scooters Drop in Play Group
A drop-in indoor playgroup for children ages 0-5 and their parents/caregivers. Runs Thursdays from 9:15-11:15 at Emmanuel Baptist Church. Featuring a bounce house and other toys to get kids moving, designated infant play area, private lounge for breastfeeding and diaper changes, as well as good conversation, coffee and snacks. For more information, visit our website (www.emmanuelbaptist.ca/scooters), Facebook page (Scooters – at EBC), or send us an email (email@example.com). STARTS THURSDAY OCTOBER 15.
1) Park Construction- Updated Aug 20, 2015
-Contractor is currently preparing areas for sod and seed installations. The majority of grade work and topsoil addition is complete (attached picture).
-Sodding of the mini soccer pitches is scheduled for next week (weather permitting).
-New Irrigation system is operational and will be used to establish the areas of seed and sod. -Ball diamond infields will be renovated starting next week. Improvements will include the removal of weed and grass growth, the addition of infield aggregate and crowning of the infields to ensure positive drainage is achieved.
-Damaged pathways and signage will be replaced once soft landscape work has been completed
Trees throughout the park have been inspected and some removals will be scheduled to occur this fall.
2) Lakeview Neighborhood Traffic Meeting. Thank you for all those who attended the meeting to provide the city Transportation Division your concerns regarding our neighborhood. They have taken all of the feedback and will prepare a comprehensive report to address these concerns. More details about potential changes to come this fall.
Community Association Flyer
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Lakeview Park Sanitary Storage Facility Project
The Sanitary Storage Facility Project will be complete in 2014. However, the park restoration will be extended into 2015, making much of the park unavailable for use. The Lakeview Community Association will continue to run programs, but will be evaluating the use of other nearby locations.
Project Information Sheet
For more information, please contact:
Lowell Reinhart, Strategic Services Branch
Infrastructure Services Department, City of Saskatoon
Phone: 306-975-7698 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
LCA Board Meetings
The LCA Board meets in Lakeview School Library on the first Wednesday of every month 8pm.
Our AGM will be held Monday, November 23, 7:30pm in the Lakeview School Library
LCA - Financial Goals & Projects
Park Construction Update
Nominations for Vacant Positions:
Rink Help Needed!
The LCA is looking for volunteers to help with Rink maintenance for the 14/15 skating season. If you are interested in volunteering your time or equipment, please contact:
Ryan Brook - email@example.com
2015 Garbage & Recycling Collection Schedule
64 Lakers Scout Group
Fun Starts Here. Join Us!
The new Scouting year has begun! For over 100 years Scouting has taught boys and girls how fun and rewarding making a difference is. Registration is ongoing for Beavers, Cubs and Scouts. If you have a school aged child interested in the Scouting movement, please join us at one of our meetings. Beavers, (Kindergarten-Grade 2) meet Mondays from 6:45-7:45pm at Ecole Lakeview School Gym. Cubs, (Grades 3-5) meet Thursdays from 6:30-8:00pm at Lakeview School Small Gym. Or contact Maureen at 373-4813 for more information.
Backyard Garden Program
The Backyard Garden Program matches experienced gardeners with homeowners who
have unused space to share in their backyard.
For more information click here