Some interesting news that made it into the flyer stack this morning:
Queen City Soccer Registration
There’s a nice four page flyer from Queen City Soccer, which is the Regina Soccer Association club in South Regina. They offer competitive soccer programs all winter long for kids aged 4-18. Registration for the 2008/2008 Indoor soccer season is this week — August 27 and 28, from 6:30PM – 8:30PM at the Credit Union Eventplex at Ipsco Place (aka the indoor soccer facility at the Exhibition Grounds.) If you’re interested, head on over and sign up. If you’re curious, remember that there is a Tim Hortons right beside the soccer field!
Let’s Go Bowling!
We got a really nice 11×17 yellow flyer from the local bowling leagues. Did you know that August 25-31 is National Bowling Week? Now you do! There are kids leagues, adult leagues, 55+ leagues and daytime Ladie’s leagues. They don’t have a web site, but if you call the Golden Mile Lanes at 586-2626 they’ll hook you up with a cool shirt and communal shoes. Spare one up for me!
Athabasca School Community News
Later this afternoon we received a vibrant hot pink flyer from Athabasca School. They’re all ready to start another excellent school year and welcome a new Principal (Mr. Russ Clarke) and a new Grade 4/5 teacher (Ms. Deana Kempel.)
Athabasca’s first Community Council meeting is Tuesday September 2 at 7PM. Rumour has it they’ll have cookies, so check it out!
Irish Dancing at St. Luke’s Church!
Alice McDougall sent us an email about a low cost Irish Dance class she’s organizing at St. Luke’s Church on Montague. We might not be able to get this on the LCA sign in time, but here’s what we’ll be putting there:
ST LUKES WED LOW COST
OPEN HOUSE SEPT 3 6PM
Graffiti Got You Down?
Has your dumpster or garbage can been tagged? The City of Regina offers free pale brown paint to remove graffiti from dumpsters and garbage cans. You can pick some up at the South Leisure Centre. If you want to know more about what the City’s doing on the graffiti front, call Loreen at 777-7322.
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