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wildwood park history - Wildwood Park Community Centre
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The Newsletter of the Wildwood Community Centre | www.wildwoodcc.ca | November 2010
BOARD
President: Bill Jost
Past-President: Rachel Donner
Vice-President: Barry McKay
Treasurer: Alan Kent
Secretary: Janine Ennis
SECTION REPS
Section A: Section B: Section C: Section D/
North Drive: Section E: Section F: Section G: Section H: Section I: Section J: Manchester
North: Manchester
South: Oakenwald: South Drive: South Drive
(717-728) Rep: Iris Allen, Carla Brennan
Kevin Stefanson
Darryll Penner
Craig Christie /
Gwendolyne Nyhof
Susan and Evan Kuz / Laura Roy
Carol and Kevin Shaw
Kathleen Tomy
Vacant
Pat Dalton / Doug Clark
Sangita Kristjanson
WILDWOOD
PARK HISTORY
Get your reprinted copy of “Wildwood
Park Through The Years,” a history of the
first 40 years of Wildwood Park.
Cost $20 (limited number available).
To purchase, contact Signy (478-5258)
or Corrine (477-5648).
MAKES AN
EXCELLENT
CHRISTMAS
GIFT!
Hugh Penwarden
Anne Cawker
Bryan Clark
Vacant
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
Vacant
Community News & Notices
4
Community Minutes
7
South Drive still needs two section reps,
one for 400 through 715 and one for
717 through 728. It has been a long
time since these homes have been
represented on the board; please
think about stepping up.
Contact Rachel Donner at [email protected]
if you are interested.
What’s on at the WWCC
2/3
SUBMISSIONS? E-MAIL THE EDITOR
[email protected]
NEXT DEADLINE:
DECEMBER 4, 2010
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FALL/WINTER 2010
what’
s
on
AT THE WWCC
JACKRABBIT
HOCKEY
(SEE REGISTRATION
ON PAGE 6)
TAI CHI
PROGRAM
FOR ANYONE
AGE 12 AND OVER
TAI CHI
Wednesday and Thursday
1:30 p.m. to 2:45 p.m.
9 week session (18 classes)
October 18th to December 17th
Full session $180 • Drop in $12
Tai Chi Boot Camp
Monday to Friday 6:45 a.m. to
7:45 a.m.
4 weeks session (20 classes)
September 20th to October 15th
Full session $160 • Drop in $10
Note: Please wear loose, comfortable
clothes and flat shoes
Please contact Danzhu at 633-2583
or [email protected]
Jackrabbits is a familyoriented program, geared to
those looking for a low-key
introduction to the game.
The Jackrabbits program
uses a variety of drills, relay
games, activities and scrimmage hockey games to
introduce children to skating
and hockey. Parents are encouraged to actively participate and come out onto the
ice with their children (laced
up, of course). Score is not
kept at Jackrabbits hockey.
PRE-NATAL FITNESS
A 45-minute yoga-inspired
fusion class that begins
with core strength exercises followed by flexibility
moves for the release of
muscle tension and ends
with some gentle stretching.
WHEN: Saturday, starting
Oct. 30
JACKRABBIT
CROSS COUNTRY
SKIING
GET READY
FOR SOME FUN!
Registration and 1st
session of the Ski Season!
Saturday, November 13th
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Wildwood Community
Centre Soccer Field
Please wear running shoes
and comfy clothing.
We will be running and
playing games.
Be ready to do our
SNOW DANCE.
FEE: $60/6 weeks
For more information
contact Jen Stewart •
452-3086 • [email protected]
For more information
and to register:
www.totallyfitmom.ca
Wildwood Jackrabbit blog
http://wildwood
jackrabbits.blogspot.com/
TIME: 10 a.m.
RENT
The Wildwood Community Centre is available for
private rentals at extremely reasonable rates.
have your function
at the WWCC—
close to home!
Others: Birthday Parties, $40; any other event,
$65/day or evening. Free for section parties!
THE CENTRE
Wildwood Area Residents: Birthday Parties, $20;
any other event $45/day or evening
Call 453-9033 and leave a message for Pina.
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Wildwood Fall Canvass 2010
SHOW YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT
FOR WINNIPEG’S GREATEST LITTLE
COMMUNITY CENTRE!
A GOOD INVESTMENT FOR ALL
RESIDENTS TO MAKE!
We all know that Wildwood is a unique and wonderful place to reside. To live in close
proximity to an active community centre where we have easy access to groomed ski
trails, skating rinks, toboggan slides and a building that can be used for community
events, as well as rented reasonably for individual gatherings contributes to the quality of life we enjoy. How many communities do you know in Winnipeg that have their
own monthly newsletters and community telephone directories? The Wild and Woodsy
and the phone book keep us informed and connected. Your donations go to support
all of these amenities. Our community centre is an asset to residents and an attractive
feature to anyone considering purchasing in Wildwood Park. Its active presence is also
good for our property values.
This has been a great year of support from volunteers, but our community centre
needs financial support as well as the generous donations of time so many of you give.
This year our goal is for 100% household participation. A suggested donation is $50.
Although everyone may not be able to give that amount, it is hoped that each household can give something. Collectively, we can make a difference.
If you have suggestions for improvements to the community centre, please come to
a regular monthly meeting and speak up or join the team of dedicated volunteers who
help with programming and management of your club! Wildwood is one of the most
admired neighbourhoods in the City of Winnipeg. We are renowned for our strong
sense of community and volunteerism, but we have also faced times when the City of
Winnipeg has considered closing what has become the symbol of our neighbourhood
spirit. Please be generous with your support.
Section reps/canvassers will contact each household during the month of October. Donations
received after Nov. 30, 2010 will be considered as donations for the next fiscal year (2011).
Cheques are payable to “Wildwood Community Centre”.
SAVE A TREE SUBSCRIBE TO E-WOODSY
[email protected]
Thank you for those who are subscribing to ewoodsy!
If you move or your e-mail address changes, please let us know!
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COMMUNITY
NOTICES & NEWS
FOR SALE
GAME BOY ADVANCE GAMES
FOR SALE—usable on DS/DS lite/DSi
Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius, Attack of
the Twonkies • Rating: E • $16.00
Klona 2, Dream Champ Tournament
• Rating: E • $16.00
Greg Hastings Paintball Tournament,
MAX’D code game • Rating 10+ • $17.00
Finding Nemo, code game • Rating: E
• $17.00
Finding Nemo, the Continuing Adventures,
code game • $17.00
Pokemon Emerald • Rating: E • $18.00
Scrabble, crossword game • Rating: E •
$20.00
All games are gently used OR new buy
both Nemo games for $30.00
Call 474-2707; leave a message if we’re
not home and we’ll call you back.
Mrs. Una Johnstone, the park’s oldest
resident and one of the original ‘pioneers’
is celebrating her 100th birthday on
November 11 between 3 & 6pm at her
home 513 Manchester Blvd. N. In lieu of
presents donations can be made to the
community center in her name.
For further information call Kerry
at 489-7174.
COOKIE RUN!
Please Join Us for Our Cookie Run
December 4th, 2010 • 10am to 12 noon
Fort Garry United Church
800 Point Road
Buy an empty Box for $6.00
Fill it With Delicious Cookies
Check Out Our Specialty
Table • Invite a friend to come along!
WANTED
Family wishing to purchase a threebedroom (all above-grade) home in
the Wildwood Park area. Ready to move
in anytime!
Please contact Debra at 296-2226 or
[email protected]
FORT GARRY
OAKENWALD
SCHOOL-AGE
DAYCARE PROGRAM
We offer a variety of exciting activities,
games, crafts and fieldtrips throughout the
year. We are open in-service days, Christmas
break, Spring break and summer. Please contact Jodi at 452-9933 or [email protected] for
more information.
Kinder care: $18.80/day (full time basis only)
Before/after school (grades 1-6) $8.00/day
(full time basis only)
Timothy Fultz
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Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 2T4
Tel: (204) 452-2132
Fax: (204) 284-0130
Cell: (204) 955-5824
Email: [email protected]
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documents from the comfort of your
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IT’S NEVER TOO EARLY TO SIGN UP FOR THE
Jackrabbits Hockey 2009/10 Season
FOR ALL CHILDREN AGE 5-8 YEARS OLD
Once again your Wildwood Community Centre is proud to support Jackrabbits Hockey. The
Jackrabbits program uses a variety of drills, relay games, activities and scrimmage hockey
games to introduce children to skating and hockey. Jackrabbits is a family-oriented program,
geared to those of you who are looking for a low-key introduction to the game.
When: Every Saturday - starting December 11th, 2010 until
March 5th, 2011 (ice dependant)
Where: Wildwood Community Centre
Time: 1:00pm until 2:30pm
Hockey equipment requirements: Mandatory - Helment and full cage face
mask, skates and hockey stick. Strongly recommended shin guards, elbow
pads and neck guards.
Fee: $30 per child or $50 per family
Registration: Simply fill out the form below and drop it off at 93 Wildwood
Park (Section D) - Craig’s House
For more information: Feel free to contact Craig Christie at 475-6339
Parents are encouraged to actively participate and come out onto the ice with
their children (laced up, of course). Score is not kept at Jackrabbits hockey
See you on the ice!
2010/2011 JACKRABBITS REGISTRATION FORM
Child’s Name__________________________________________________________________________
Child’s Birth Date (DD/MM/YR)_______/______/______
Parent’s Name(s)_ _____________________________________________________________________
Home Address_______________________________________
Phone Number___________________
Email Address_________________________________________________________________________
Payment amount $___________ (Cheque payable to Wildwood Community Centre)
A receipt will be issued to you on the first day at the rink - Dec. 11th, 2010
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MINUTES
WILDWOOD COMMUNITY CENTRE
EXECUTIVE MEETING |
OCTOBER 12, 2010
Attendees: Bill Jost, Barry McKay, Alan Kent, Janine
Ennis, Kevin Stefanson, Darryll Penner, Laura Roy,
Pat Dalton, Hugh Penwarden, Anne Cawker, Noreen
Montgomery, Linda Ladyman, Bob Piper, Susan Piper,
Bill Ladyman, Joanne Peltz, Iris Allen.
1955
Bill Ladyman (soccer expenses)
$ 1,079.12 Aug-10
1956
Signmeister (WHACC signs)
$ 1,113.28 Aug-10
Regrets: Carla Brenan, Iris Allen, Susan Kuz, Evan Kuz.
1962
PKBW Group (Year end Review Engagement)
$ 1,960.00 Aug-10
1963
Centiple Printing (book printing for WIT)
$ 1,019.20 Sep-10
1964
Design to go (carpet replacement)
$ 6,607.23 Sep-10
1965
Suzanne Braun (Woodsy printing
March-June 10) $ 1,118.25
Sep-10
1966
Suzanne Braun (Woodsy printing Sept 10)
$ 190.52 Oct-10
1967
Zep Sales (clubhouse supplies)
$ 342.81 Oct-10
1968
City of Winnipeg (soccer field fees)
$ 416.00 Oct-10
1. Call to Order: 7:34 pm
2. Motion to accept agenda by DP, 2nd by PD.
Carried.
3. Motion to accept the previous minutes of
September 14th, 2010: Motion by DP; 2nd
by HP. Carried.
4. Action items reviewed. Bill is awaiting call backs
from local clubs regarding puck boards.
5. Fall Canvas Package: Sue Piper thanked section
reps in advance. The goal is 100% participation.
The group will keep track of how many donations are made so that community participation
is documented. The package contains: a) name
tags, b) instructions, c) yellow paper for mailbox
if not home, d) there will be a place to initial if you
would like name in the directory (for privacy act
purposes), e) pin, f) donor cards. Please contact
Linda and Sue with questions. Canvassers have
until November 15th to complete the collection.
JP suggested that canvassers should ask about
the e-Woodsy option at each home.
6. Treasurer’s Report and Motions:
Motion (#1) that the board accept the Monthly
Requirement Reports prepared by the Treasurer
for presentation to the City of Winnipeg. This report is for the month of September 2010. This will
be sent to the City and requires official approval.
Motion (#2) that the board approve payments
authorized by the executive during the summer
months, and current payments as follows;
1930
Reimer Soils (WHACC - wood mulch)
$ 367.50 Jun-10
1940
City of Winnipeg (food service permit)
$ 50.00 Jul-10
1941
Home Depot (plumbing supplies)
$ 26.23 Jul-10
1949
Cross Country Ski Association
(Jackrabbit fees 09-10) $ 210.25
1954
Pina Mandzik ( cleaning club)
$ 65.00 Aug-10
Jul-10
Total Payments for Approval
$ 14,565.39 7. New Business:
a.) BM discussed the hockey rink light poles with the
City. City funds may be able to be directed to this
project. ACTION: BM will continue to follow up
with the City on this.
b.) IA presented the report from WIT. An excellent
turn-out was had for both walk through historical
tour and the house tour. Fun was had by all. The
next event planned by WIT will be a community
meeting November 9th, 2010 at 7:30 pm. It is
anticipated that Jenny Gerbasi and an individual
from the City Planning Department will also attend. The meeting is intended to start a discussion
about what residents want the park to look like in
10 years. If there is community interest, a “Background Report” may be generated. It was clarified
that WIT is a different group than the Resident’s
Association.
c.) Repair of club windows has now elevated to a priority number 2. BJ spent a great deal of time with
the City while they investigated the conditions. A
report will be sent regarding what the City will be
fixing.
d.) Regarding the proposed MTS tower: BJ met with
the City. If there were to be financial compensation for allowing the tower on the club property,
it would be a one-time donation. BJ has very
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MINUTES OF THE WWCC EXECUTIVE
MEETING con’td
recently been given a Website regarding
research pertaining to these types of towers. The club needs to indicate if it wishes
to move to the next level of the proposal.
Motion by KS to give the City and MTS
permission to move to the next level of the
proposal. 2nd by DP. ACTION: BJ will send
the website information to the Woodsy and/
or the Website. Community members will
then be able to educate themselves regarding the proposal.
8. Next Meeting: November 2nd, 2010.
WE STILL NEED
YOUR INPUT! PLEASE
FILL OUT AN ONLINE
SURVEY ABOUT
THE FUTURE OF
THE CENTRAL PARK
PLAYGROUND.
GO TO:
WILDWOODCC.CA
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