Tag: 2019

November 2019 Newsletter

Your Board of Directors for 2019-2020: At the first full board meeting of the Convent Glen Orléans Wood Community Association, the officers were determined.  Serving you for the coming year are: Mireille Brownhill, President Louise McLaren, Vice President Ben Gorley, Treasurer Toby Bossert and Miranda Gray, Co-Secretary Garth Williams and Gary Bradshaw are Directors at …

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October 2019 Newsletter

2019 Annual General Meeting The 2019 Annual General Meeting of the Convent Glen-Orléans Wood Community Association was held on September 23, 2019. There were 20 members present to review the year’s activities and finances, elect a new Board and hear a presentation from M.J. Proulx, Director, Watershed Network, of the Ottawa Riverkeeper organization. Vice-President Mireille …

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Association communautaire Convent Glen – Orléans Wood Community Association

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Monday September 23, 20197pm255 Centrum Blvd, room 340 You’re invited to the Convent Glen-Orléans Wood Community Association’s Annual General Meeting This is where the Board reports on the year’s activities and finances, and new board members are elected. If you live in Convent Glen or Orléans Wood, you are automatically a member of the …

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September 2019 Newsletter

poster for Cleaning The Capital, sponsored by Glad, runs September 15 to October 15 2019

Volunteers needed! We are looking for volunteers to help maintain the community outdoor rink in Jeanne d’Arc Park again this year. The rink gives children, families and everyone in our community the chance to have fun, play pickup hockey, make new friends and stay active all winter long. If you want to do something for …

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June 2019 Newsletter

My Experience Sandbagging Guest contributor: Louise McLaren Two years ago, I had a job loss. So, when the news announced Cumberland needed volunteers on a wet and rainy Friday, I went. I thought if I do not get a job, I would want people to help me keep my house.  I helped build up and tear …

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