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The Glenwood Community - Winter Newsletter

The Glenwood Community - Winter Newsletter

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16430
 – 
97 Ave. 489-7571 Winter 2012
www.facebook.com / glenwood community
or
www.glenwoodcommunityleague.com
Glenwood Dates to Remember:
Monday, November 26th :
 
State of the Neighbourhood Meeting
 
Tuesday Evenings
: Euchre (pg.2)
Last Friday of month, 7pm
, Community Youth Club (pg.2)
Sunday 4-7:
Free Swim with community league membership
 Rink hours 5
 –
9 PM:
Monday to Friday 12
 –
6 PM Saturdays and Sundays (pg.2)
New Year's Eve Party:
December 31 (pg.2)
 
 
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New Year's Party at Glenwood Community Hall
Celebrate the new year with your friends and neighbours!$40.00 per person; Cash barCocktails at 5:30 pm; Supper at 6:00 pm; Dance to followPhone 780 489-7571 for Tickets
Learn to Skate at Glenwood Rink! Lessons in January February.Phone 311 to register.
SKATING RINK OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK - STARTING Early December!
We are once again looking forward to opening our beautiful Glenwood skating rink 7days a week! Lace up your skates for a leisurely skate or bring your hockey gear and join in for some shinny hockey! Make sure you bring your skate tags. Our rinkattendant will be running a concession if you need a quick energy boost.
COST =FREE with membership, $2 per skate/person or $10 Skate Pass (for the season)
 Skating Rink Hours
 –
 5
 –
9 PM Monday to Friday12
 –
6 PM Saturdays and Sundays
Junior High Students: 
Community Youth Club
Events will take place either atWestlawn Jr.High or at the Glenwood Community League building
16430 - 97 Avenue
 on the last Friday evening of the month For more info or any questions please contact Andrew Haws email andrew@westmeadows.org or cell 780-909-873
.
Next event November 30.
 
Tuesday Night Euchre
Euchre is a "trick-taking card game played ingroups of 4 with partners. Join us for EuchreEVERY Tuesday night at the GlenwoodCommunity Hall. Registration is at 6:30 pm,games begin at 7 pm.
 Hall Rental
See our website atwww.glenwoodcommunityleague.comand go to the Hall rental tab for photosand prices
 
 
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Glendale School 9812 
 –
161 Street 
Glendale School has been educating the students of the Glenwood community for 60 years. As a school we are committed to working with students and parents to provide the best educationpossible for all students.Glendale School offers full day Kindergarten and regular elementaryprogramming for Grades 1 - 6. We are also a district site for students who come to us from the westend of the city for Opportunity programming in Grades 4 - 6. Student learning is enhanced through theuse of SmartBoards in each classroom as well as each student from Grades 2 to 6 having full timeaccess to a laptop computer in his or her classroom.
Glendale School has also recently become a “Leader In Me” school which me
ans we are working to
bring out the best in all students through leadership and accountability. We are also an “AppleSchool” which to
allows us to focus on improving student nutrition and active living. These twoprograms are helping us make students well rounded learners and contributing members of the schooland community.Please feel free to contact the school should you have any questions about Glendale and enrollmentfor the next school year. Phone: 780-489-4300.Regards, Will Deys, Principal
Coats for Kids & Families
This program helps keep Edmontonians warm throughout the winter. The 2012 Coats for Kidscampaign will run from Oct 23, 2012 to Dec 6, 2012.
To Get a Coat:
If you or your family is in need of winter coats, call 211 (or 482-INFO outside of Edmonton). They will tell you where to find the closest depot. All coats have been professionally drycleaned by Page the Cleaner.
To Become a Depot:
Contact Jenn Dermott through email jdermott@myunitedway.ca or phone at780-443-8396.
To Donate a Coat:
Drop off gently used coats at one of our Drop-Off locations. The JP Site (10030-167 St.) and PACS (11410-149 St.) have collection boxes.
Other Ways to Help:
Monetary donations are used to purchase coats to meet specific requests.
Cheques can be made out to “United Way of the Alberta Capital Region” and write “Coats for Kids & Families” in the memo line. Cheques can be mailed or dropped off at 15132 Stony Plain Road,
Edmonton, AB T5P 3Y3. You can also volunteer to sort and package coats so that they can be delivered to distribution centres.Contact Sophia Birchall at 780.443.8393 sbirchall@myunitedway.caCommunity support is crucial for a successful program. We encourage groups of co-workers,community organizations, church groups and friends to organize collection drives to collect as manycoats and outerwear items as possible. When your Coats for Kids and Families collection drive iscomplete, donations can be dropped off at any Page the Cleaner.
 

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