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May 2022 Newsletter

Dog Walkathon a Success! Thank you to everyone who came out for our 4th annual Dog Walkathon on April 30th to raise funds for the Canadian Cancer Society! We surpassed our goal and raised over $1,700! Thanks to Trinity Physio and Barber Stop for their generous donations. Tick Bite Prevention As we start to spend more …

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April 2022 Newsletter

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Cleaning the Capital Every spring and fall, Ottawa residents can help keep their neighbourhood looking great by signing up for Cleaning the Capital.  The City of Ottawa will provide supplies if you register your clean up here or call 311 to register.  Registration is open until April 30, 2022.  After you do your clean up, …

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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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April 2018 Newsletter

Cycling Without Age: seeking strong-legged warm-hearted volunteers! Cycling without Age is an innovative program designed to enhance the lives of seniors by providing them with a great opportunity to remain connected to society and active in our community. Cycling without age is the obvious generous act of taking one or two elderly people out on a bike ride. It's a simple act that everyone can do. Bruyère's Saint-Louis Residence is looking for volunteers to take senior citizens for bicycle rides as part of the program. If you have strong legs and a generous heart, please contact Mariama Diallo at 613-562-6262, ext. 2517.

Dog Walk-A-Thon – April 28th Have you and your furry friend and/or child been looking to go for a walk around the neighbourhood? If so, we’ve got the perfect idea for you! The CGOWCA is organizing a 3km walkathon to help raise funds and awareness for the Canadian Cancer Society! Come enjoy a nice walk …

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