Sept. 23

ATV News

ATV-brochure-coverThe Renfrew County ATV Club announces that thanks to a collaboration of the Ontario Federation of ATV Clubs (OFATV), Ontario Ministry of Transportation and the OPP, a new tri-fold brochure has been developed. The publication replaces the older Smart Ride Safe Ride booklet.

Click HERE or on the picture to download your copy.   

 

 

Hockey Canada coaching session Sept. 28

Barry’s Bay and Area Minor Hockey Association has announced that Hockey Canada / NCCP instructors will provide a FREE Goaltender 1 Instructional Clinic on Sept. 28 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Paul J. Yakabuski Community Centre. Barry’s Bay is the only Association currently scheduled to host an open instructional stream clinic in Hockey Eastern Ontario (HEO) this season outside of Ottawa. More information is listed on the Association website.

Click HERE to sign up (scroll to the clinic @ Barry’s Bay MHA & sign-up!)

 

GAME ON! is back

Game On! Youth Activity Program is back for this fall. Whether you live in Killaloe, Whitney, Palmer Rapids, Barry’s Bay, Combermere, Beachburg or Cobden, there’s an after school program for your kids nearby. For dates and times, please call the Community Resource Centre (CRC) in Killaloe at 613.757.3108 or email youth@crc-renfrewcounty.com or Click HERE to visit the CRC GameOn Facebook page.

 

Madawaska Valley helps the Monarchs

MV residents in the geographic township of Jones are grateful to the Township of Madawaska Valley for delaying the annual roadside brush-cutting until after this year’s Monarch butterflies had hatched. The request from residents to delay cutting down milkweed plants was immediately accepted by CAO Suzanne Klatt and Operations Manager Hilary Kutchkoskie. As a result local families enjoyed the sight of many butterflies emerging in the last few weeks of summer.

 

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