Following LCA’s registration night on Tuesday, January 14, we are pleased to announce that Saturday Learn to Skate and Tuesday Mini Mites are completely full. Hockey Skills is also full for the year. Adult Fitness on Monday nights has been cancelled since no instructor could be found.
Thank you everyone for your participation!
LCA will be hosting weekly free public skates at the Optimist Arena each Tuesday evening from 6-7pm.
October 21 – December 16, 2014
January 6 – March 10, 2015
Everyone welcome. Invite your friends.
Kids must wear helmets. No hockey sticks or pucks.
There is still space available in LCA’s awesome skating and hockey classes for the fall of 2014. Mini Mites Hockey (for 5-6 year olds), Hockey Skills and Skating Development (for 7-12 year olds) and many of the Learn to Skate classes still have space. Email Trevor for more information.
The LCA AGM will be held Oct.22 at 7pm at Lakeview School.
Thinking about volunteering in your community? Come out to the meeting, and meet the awesome people that make up the LCA committee. We have several vacancies and we need you!
Hope to see you there!
A fundraiser in support of the Stephen Lewis Foundation’s Grandmothers Campaign
DATE: Sunday October 27, 2013, 2:00 to 4:15 p.m. (check-in from 1:15-2:00 p.m.)
LOCATION: All Saints Anglican Church Parish Hall, 142 Massey Road, Regina
Ours is no ordinary SCRABBLE tournament. We’re modifying conventional rules, encouraging both individual and team participation. We’re not looking for great SCRABBLE players; we’re looking for great people to play SCRABBLE! To register, please contact Bev at 306-347-0819, firstname.lastname@example.org, then collect pledges and come out to play a friendly game of Scrabble, earn prizes, enjoy refreshments and an afternoon of fun, all for a good cause.
This is just a friendly reminder that the registration dates for the 2013 Outdoor Soccer Season are fast approaching. Late registrations will be accepted only to fill vacant spots on teams. In order to avoid dissappointment, be sure to make it to the following registration days at the South Leisure Center, 170 Sunset Dr.
#1: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 7-9 PM
#2: Saturday March 9, 2013 9-11 AM
for more information, visit our soccer page.
Ok, so I messed up and deleted the document with the dates and times for the fall programs. Apparently, some of you complained. Well I apologize. Mistakes happen, ok? The document is back for your viewing pleasure, you can find it under ‘program dates and times’ or by clicking here.
The Lakeview Planning Committee is pleased to announce that they will be hosting a Candidates forum, featuring mayoral candidates for the 2012 civic election, as well as Ward 2’s candidates for city council. If you have questions, concerns you would like to address, or just want to rant about all of the problems that our city faces, then come on down! Here are the deets:
Tuesday, October 2
Lakeviw School (3100 20th Ave.)
We hope to see you there!
The LCA is excited to be starting off the 2012-2013 year with our first meeting this Monday, September 10. The meeting will be from 7-8PM at Lakeview School. We hope to see you there!
As well, our fall registration night is the day after, on Tuesday September 11, from 7-8PM at Lakeview School. Be sure to register on that day as programs fill up fast!
Something to note: The Zumba Class that is scheduled to be on Thursdays this fall has been cancelled due to the instructor being unavailable. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Us folks at the LCA are in a bit of a bind. We have lots of plans for the future, but we are running out of people to help with these plans! People keep getting pregnant. Or move away to Harbour Landing. If you have ever considered volunteering in the community, but didn’t think you had the time, working with the LCA is the perfect opportunity! The commitment is only a few hours a month, and you recieve amazing benefits such as:
- The Satisfaction of making a difference in the community
- Working with an amazing bunch of people who take community work seriously, but not too seriously.
- Cake on your birthday, if you mention it at the previous meeting.
- $100 to use towards any LCA program.
- Tickets to the South Zone’s “Volunteer Appreciation Night”, the swankiest volunteer event of the year.
- And so much more!
We hope that you, or someone you know, can help us out. We are currently looking for people to fill the following positions:
Program Coordinator- Janet, our current program coordinator, has a lot of commitments. Janet is hoping to take a step back and help the person who wants to take on this role. This job involves a bit more commitment, as you are required to coordinate and organize all of our community programs. This may sound scary, but after awhile it pretty much runs itself. Once again, no experience is necessary, we will be here to help you every step of the way!
Special Projects Coordinator- The special projects coordinator handles all applications for community grants, as well as any projects that do not fall into anyone else’s roles. An example of this would be helping out with the planning of special events, such as our family fun day.
Membership Coordinator- Now here is a job for anyone with access to a word processing program. All you need to do is take our membership cards, type them out onto a computer, and keep the list up to date. A simple job that would help us out a great deal!