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(Practically) June 2013

Interprovincial Bridge UpdateAs you may have heard in the media last week, the consultant Roche-Genivar, hired by the NCC to conduct the Environmental Assessment for a new interprovincial bridge crossing in the east end of Ottawa, has selected Corridor 5 (Kettle Island) as the “technically preferred” corridor for a future new bridge.  Corridor 6 (Lower Duck Island) and Corridor 7 (MacLaurin Bay) were eliminated for various reasons including cost (an extra $400 Million), impact on the environment and in the case of Corridor 6, the need to expropriate 120 homes on the Quebec side.   All of the consultant’s reports can be found at:

www.ncrcrossings.ca   select the “What’s new” section

The NCC held  Round 3 of their public consultation in Ottawa on May 27 (Ottawa).  There should be another consultation in the fall of 2013.

Big Beacon Hill Garage SaleTomorrow, June 1st! The list and map are now posted at www.BHCA.ca. Snag a great deal from a neighbour. If your particular item doesn’t sell, leave it at the end of your driveway for the City of Ottawa’s Giveaway Weekend (with rules for Giveaway Weekend at http://ottawa.ca/en/residents/garbage-and-recycling/garbage-collection/giveaway-weekend ).

Fruit Sharing Initiative“Fruit Share” is an idea that has been implemented in a number of communities across Canada.  Fruit Share is dedicated to picking, sharing and enjoying fresh fruit growing in backyards and public spaces.   The idea is to connect fruit owners who have surplus fruit with volunteer fruit pickers who pick the fruit and share it between the fruit owners, the volunteers and community groups who can use the fruit.  Walking around Beacon Hill it appears there are lots of fruit trees/other produce that seem to go to waste and we thought perhaps fruit sharing is something we could try in Beacon Hill.  If you have fruit trees (apples, crab-apples, grapes, etc.) and are willing to share it with others or if you would like to be a volunteer picker, the BHCA would like to hear from you.  Please drop us a line on our wiki site at http://www.bhca.ca/wiki/Special:Contact .

Celebrate SummerOnce again it is time to Celebrate Summer in Beacon Hill. On Saturday June 15th, the third annual Celebrate Summer Fair will take place behind Earl Armstrong Arena (2020 Ogilvie Road). Just as last year, free hot dogs will be served and there will be more bouncy castles for the kids. Marvin the Magician will entertain us again and there is an extended musical line up featuring a local high school rock band, the Dan Sylvester Band, Ottawa favourites Tympanic and rockers One Atom 12!. An exciting addition this year will be a big karaoke contest with a cash prize. Qualifying rounds are occurring right now at local venues! For more information about the fair as well as karaoke qualifying rounds, please visit www.csfair.ca. I look forward to seeing the community come out and Celebrate Summer together!

The North Gloucester Giants Football Club Wants You!Come join one of the city’s great football clubs right here in the area!! Last season’s PeeWee A Cup Champions, Mosquito C Cup Champions and Bantam C Cup Champions!

We welcome players for the following programs:

Players aged 8 to 19 for tackle football, spring training starts May 21st, 2013

Players aged 12 to 19 for Girl’s Flag Football season which starts in May and runs 4 weeks plus a playoff weekend.

And our new program this year…Cheerleaders!!! If you want to show your support on the field for our players…join us & cheer!!!

Please visit our website at www.nggiants.ca for more information and to download the registration forms.

You can also email or call Louise, the Club Registrar to obtain more information or forms via email at louise@nggiants.ca. 613-762-4792

GO GIANTS!

Gymnastics Summer CampLooking for camp for your kids this summer? GCGC Gymnastics is pleased to offer 3 weeks of gymnastics summer camp. Camp sessions are:

  1. July 15-19
  2. July 22-26
  3. August 12-18

 Come Join the Fun! See www.GCGC.ca for details

Canada Day In Beacon HillOur annual Canada Day Picnic in the Park at 2130 Radford Court will be a great time for families and the young at heart to come out and play  games, get some free freezies and have a picnic together. We’ll have freezies (free, of course!), washrooms and activities for the kids. Join us from 10-2 for one of the favourite Beacon Hill events.

And speaking of favourite events. Fireworks. Lots and lots of Fireworks. little fireworks, BIG FIREWORKS. Join your Community Association, your neighbours, and Yves Quinty, our master of explosions, for another phenomenal fireworks show. Loyola Hill Park, on Loyola Drive, at dark, approximately 9-9:30PM depending on how dark it is, for the show, or come earlier for a better viewing spot. Bring lawn chairs or blankets. We ask 3 things from our spectators, please: 1. Stay behind the marked safety line (stay between the line and the road), and make sure your children stay behind it as well; 2. If you would like to launch your own fireworks, please be courteous and wait until our show has ended (the end will be announced over our P.A.); 3. It costs money to put on such a great fireworks show for the community. Please consider donating what you would have spent in parking had you driven downtown for the fireworks on the hill. Volunteers will be circulating in the crowd with BHCA donation cans/boxes. Or even better, leave your wallet at home and donate now, online! Click Here to be taken to our PayPal page.

NEW! BHCA Classifieds!You know that thing that didn’t sell during the Big Beacon Hill Garage Sale? Well now you can advertise it ‘For Sale’ with our new BHCA Classifieds section of our web site: www.BHCA.ca/buysell . It’s free to post. And not just items for sale, events, services and classes too! Ads are subject to removal at BHCA’s discretion.

Juvenile DiabetesA close friend and board member of the BHCA sent the president of the Association an email detailing an event with his son who has Juvenile Diabetes.  With his permission an excerpt is posted here. Hopefully it will give you a similar reaction, and help out, to help find a cure:

” … Diabetes sometimes makes me angry.  I try to channel this to positive action and so once again this year we are participating in the annual Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation fundraising walk being held on June 9th. We’re currently one of the top 5 teams but we’re only at our halfway goal.   Please consider a donation to JDRF in your charity selections.  Here’s our team page:

http://jdrfca.donordrive.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.team&teamID=40717 ”

Let’s do what we can for one of our own.


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CELEBRATE SUMMER 2013 EDITION

This year, we will be hosting our 3rd annual CELEBRATE SUMMER FAIR on Saturday, June15th 2013, 11am to 11pm. The Celebrate Summer fair 2013 edition will provides bouncy castles, entertainment on stage all day, hot dog lunch (and halal), face painting and much more. In the evening for the adults we have  bands, a beer tent and food services.

Celebrate Summer’s Karaoke Competition

At this year’s Celebrate Summer, we are holding a Karaoke competition whereby the winner will win $500 cash from Handyman Connection. There are several pre-qualifying rounds, with 3 winners from each of the local participating bars, as well as 1 wildcard choice from each bar, so everyone has a chance to perform in front of a large crowd and win. So come on out to the pre-qualifying nights to listen or participate! Information on qualifying rounds available at www.CSFair.ca .

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THE NORTH GLOUCESTER GIANTS FOOTBALL CLUB WANTS YOU!

Come join one of the city’s great football clubs right here in the area!! Last season’s PeeWee A Cup Champions, Mosquito C Cup Champions and Bantam C Cup Champions!

We welcome players for the following programs:

Players aged 8 to 19 for tackle football, spring training starts May 21st, 2013

Players aged 12 to 19 for Girl’s Flag Football season which starts in May and runs 4 weeks plus a playoff weekend.

And our new program this year…Cheerleaders!!! If you want to show your support on the field for our players…join us & cheer!!!

Registration is open now for any of the programs. You will be able to register on the practice field from May 21 6pm and 8pm. Our practice field is at Ken Steele Park – 1195 Ogilvie Rd.

Please visit our website at  www.nggiants.ca for more information and to download the registration forms.

You can also email or call Louise, the Club Registrar to obtain more information or forms via email at louise@nggiants.ca. 613-762-4792

GO GIANTS!

Le Phare plant sale

6th Annual Le Phare School Plant Sale!

Saturday, May 25th from 8 am – 1 pm, rain or shine, at Le Phare Elementary School.

Located at 1965 Naskapi Drive near Montreal & Ogilvie Roads in Beacon Hill North.

Great prices on perennial plants! Come early for best selection.  Baked goods also available.

Plants for the School Council to sell (funds donated to Le Phare School) can be dropped off in the Le Phare School gym Friday, May 24th from 7 to 8 pm.

For more information: plantsale@lephareschool.ca

Thanks for supporting the sale!

Big Beacon Hill Garage Sale

It’s time again for the Big Beacon Hill Garage Sale! June 1st, 2013. Sign up at www.BHCA.ca and we’ll help advertise for you, as well as put together a list of every participant so shoppers can find you!

Thomas D’Arcy McGee School Bookfest

Huge Selection! Popular Books! Join our school spirit for reading! Amazing deals on used books form $0.50 to $3.00. Wednesday May 29th and Thursday May 30th 4pm-8pm, Thomas D’Arcy McGee Elementary School 635 La Verendrye Drive.

To donate used books, please call 613-745-9479 or email rinker@rogers.com

The Right Way to Make Your Clothes Dry Faster with a Towel

You might have heard this simple tip before: Place a dry fluffy towel into the dryer with your wet clothes. The towel supposedly absorbs the moisture, reducing the drying time and using less energy. This does work, but with one caveat.

Dylan of Household Hacker put this life hack to the test. As the video above shows, the dry towel does reduce the moisture in the wet clothing. However, as Dylan points out, you have to take the towel out of the dryer after, say, 15 minutes for this to be effective. Otherwise, that towel is still contributing to the moisture in the dryer and even extending the drying time.

So, in short: Do put a dry towel in the dryer with your wet clothes for faster drying time, but take it out 15-20 minutes after.

Will a towel make my clothes dry faster? | YouTube

Canada Day Festivities

Once again we’re holding our FREE Canada Day Picnic in the Park, at Eastvale Park between the rink on Eastvale and the Community Centre on Radford Court. From 10 – 2, join us for games, freezies and bring a picnic so we can all celebrate Canada Day together.

Afterwards we will have our HUGE annual fireworks display, at Loyola park beginning at dark. Who needs to go downtown, fighting traffic, crowds and discomfort when you can bring a lawn chair 5 minutes from home?

Donations for the fireworks display are greatly appreciated, visit www.BHCA.ca to help.

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April 2013 – Addendum

Sorry for the extra email this month, but we now have a confirmed date for our part in the City of Ottawa’s Clean Up the Capital. Also, there is an important correction to a Thank You from our last issue.


Clean Up the Capital

We now have a date for BCHA’s part in Clean Up the Capital. Saturday, May 4th, 9AM-12PM. We’ll meet at Camilio’s Bar and Grill on Shefford road. We’ll snap a quick group picture, hand out gloves, garbage bags and street assignments, then we’ll clean up as much as we can.

 


Steven Corry, Justin Tracey and John Curry: Thank You

In our last issue, I needed to thank Steven Corry, Justin Tracey and John Curry for snowblowing the Eastvale rink on Hockey Day in Canada. Our sincerest apologies for the omission.

 


 

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April 2013

Le Phare plant sale (Update)Le Phare Elementary School’s (1965 Naskapi) annual plant sale is taking place on May 25th, 2013, moved one week later since the last newsletter.  It’s a great place to get your Spring or Summer gardens started!

THE NORTH GLOUCESTER GIANTS FOOTBALL CLUB WANTS YOU!
Come join one of the city’s great football clubs right here in the area!! Last season’s PeeWee A Cup Champions, Mosquito C Cup Champions and Bantam C Cup Champions!  We welcome players for the following programs:
Players aged 8 to 19 for tackle football, spring training starts May 20th, 2013
Players aged 12 to 19 for Girl’s Flag Football season which starts in April and runs 4 weeks plus a playoff weekend.
And our new program this year…Cheerleaders!!!
Early Registration is open now for any of the programs and save $25.00 until April 21st. Please visit our website at www.nggiants.ca for more information and to download the registration forms. Mail completed forms and payment(s) to:
North Gloucester Giants Football Club
262 Montreal Rd – PO Box 79038, Ottawa, ON K1L 6C3
You can also email or call Louise, the Club Registrar to obtain more information or forms via email at louise@nggiants.ca. 613-762-4792
GO GIANTS!

RBC’s 2nd Annual Economic Town Hall

BEACON HILL-CYRVILLE RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES 2ND ANNUAL TOWN HALL MEETING
April 17th , 2012 at 6 p.m.
With City Councillor Tim Tierney
Location:

Royal Bank of Canada Beacon Hill Store

2164 Montreal road, Unit 5

Topics Include:

• Economic development in the east end and ward

• Update on Beacon Hill-Cyrville and Community News

Following the presentation, Councillor Tierney will be answering your questions regarding the Beacon Hill-Cyrville development
Light refreshments will be served

Don’t be fooled by ‘Taliban gold’ scheme: RCMP
From: The Canadian Press

KAMLOOPS, B.C. — Mounties in B.C. are looking for three suspects selling fake “Taliban” gold under the ruse that it was smuggled out of Iraq and previously owned by Osama Bin Laden.

Police say a 50-year-old Kamloops man was tricked out of $760 when he bought three gold necklaces and four gold rings in a fast food parking lot Friday.

Officers say the man was told the gold was smuggled from the Middle East, melted down and refashioned into jewelry, but he later found the rings and chains were worthless on having them appraised.

Sgt. Grant Learned says three similar suspects targeted a 59-year-old man and his wife later the same day in a grocery store parking lot, forcefully making the couple try on gold necklaces.

The couple said they weren’t interested, but later realized a $500 real gold chain the man had been wearing was replaced with a fake gold chain during the exchange.

Learned says two men and one woman were driving a newer, black Ford Focus with Manitoba plates and are wanted for theft.

Clean up the Capital

Our Spring Cleaning is fast approaching! Let us know if you’ll be available for helping tidy up your neighbourhood with us. Email us at president@bhca.ca or fill out the form at www.BHCA.ca

Rink Supervision and Other VolunteersI wish to take this opportunity to thank every one of our volunteers who helped supervise our 3 community rinks this past winter. Without their help we wouldn’t have been able to enjoy out outdoor rinks nearly as much as we did. As well as the rink supervisors, we had 3 very helpful and community-minded managers looking after one rink each, scheduling the supervisors and volunteering as much as they possibly could. Thank you Ed MacIver, David Corrigan and Aaron McCaffrey, the community and Community Association couldn’t have had such a great season without you.

I’d also like to thank the many people who helped snow blow (specifically Steven Lacroix and his neighbours) and shovel the Eastvale rink in time for Hockey Day in Canada. They did what the city crews couldn’t!

And finally I’d like to thank both Tim Horton’s for providing Hot Chocolate for HDiC, and Jeff Adams, Mortgage Agent, for providing hot dogs for HDiC.

True Community Spirit, Everyone! Thank You!

The Amazing Race Canada

Some Beacon Hill Boys, Dwayne and Paul are trying to get onto the show The Amazing Race. Anything you can do to help them would be great. What can you do? Watch this Youtube Video:
Good Luck, Paul and Dwayne. The BHCA is rooting for you!

GCGC Spring Registration

Time to kid those kids in shape! With their 12 week Spring Program, GCGC can get kids of any age moving. Head on over towww.GCGC.ca for fees, times and details.

Feel free to drop by Saturday April, 13th, 2013, to watch the Women’s Invitational Gymnastics Competition! (5510 Canotek Road)

Ground breaking for new Sensplex will open more ice time in east Ottawa

OTTAWA — It couldn’t have been a nicer day to start construction on the brand new Sensplex in east Ottawa.

With close to 100 young players from the Gloucester Centre Minor Hockey Association looking on, the ground was broken on the new Richcraft Sensplex.

Mayor Jim Watson, Ottawa Senators’ defenceman Marc Methot, city councillor Tim Tierney and Kris Singhal from Richcraft homes turned the soil and unveiled the new look of the east end Sensplex.

“When complete the Sensplex will offer a state of the art facility that will offer 4 ice pads,” said Tierney. “Communities from the east end needed more ice time.

“The new Sensplex will meet that need.”

The Richcraft Sensplex will incorporate the existing J.B. Potvin Arena at 813 Shefford Road in Gloucester.

Cyril Leeder, president of Senators Sports & Entertainment, spoke of what this means to the Senators organization.

“It continues our commitment to bring more improved ice facilities to the City of Ottawa,” said Leeder. “Our focus will be on youth groups, so 90 per cent of the prime time ice will go to youth sports.”

This is the third Sensplex for the Ottawa area. The first is in Kanata, and one is in the West Carleton community.

“It’s almost exactly nine years to the day when we first had a similar sod turning ceremony in Kanata,” said Leeder. “It was Mar. 18, 2004 that we built the first Sensplex there.”

The improved facility will allow for major hockey tournaments to happen in the east end, and help boost the local economy.

“We estimate the economic impact, from our experience in the west end, to be about $15 million alone from tournaments and activities,” said Leeder.

The project, which has an estimated price tag of $26 million, is expected to be completed in September 2014.

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RBC’s 2nd Annual Economic Town Hall

BEACON HILL-CYRVILLE RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES 2ND ANNUAL TOWN HALL MEETING

April 17th , 2012 at 6 p.m.

With City Councillor Tim Tierney

Location:

Royal Bank of Canada Beacon Hill Store

2164 Montreal road, Unit 5

Topics Include:

• Economic development in the east end and ward

• Update on Beacon Hill-Cyrville and Community News

Following the presentation, Councillor Tierney will be answering your questions regarding the Beacon Hill-Cyrville development

Light refreshments will be served


 

Clean up the Capital

Our Spring Cleaning is fast approaching! Let us know if you’ll be available for helping tidy up your neighbourhood with us. Email us at president@bhca.ca or fill out the form at www.BHCA.ca


 

Big Beacon Hill Garage Sale

It’s coming. It’s Big. It’s in Beacon Hill. It’s the Big Beacon Hill Garage Sale. June 1st, 2013. Register by filling out the form at www.BHCA.ca. Or if you’re looking for a bargain, head on over to www.BHCA.ca to get a list of addresses of who’s participating.


 

Le Phare Plant Sale

Le Pahre Elementary School’s annual plant sale is taking place on May 18th, 2013.  It’s a great place to get your Spring or Summer gardens started!


 

Canada Day Picnic in the Park

Clear your calendars for the 3rd annual BHCA Canada Day Picnic in the Park. Games, freezies and lots of hot summer. OK, this snow needs to go.


 

Canada Day Fireworks Show

Even better than the Picnic in the Park, Our 3rd annual Canada Day Fireworks Show at Loyola Park, on Loyola. This is a fireworks show comparable to the Parliament Hill show, but closer to home, and without the crazies from downtown. If being around the crazies downtown is your thing, I apologize. This is a very expensive show to put on, but we do it for the love of our community and our country. If you can spare a few dollars to help us out, it would be greatly appreciated. You can dontae online at www.BHCA.ca or sign up as a member.


 

The Amazing Race Canada

Some Beacon Hill Boys, Dwayne and Paul are trying to get onto the show The Amazing Race. Anything you can do to help them would be great. What can you do? Watch this Youtube Video:

http://youtu.be/bZ1nGrsjTZo

Good Luck, Paul and Dwayne. The BHCA is rooting for you!


 

GCGC Spring Registration

Time to kid those kids in shape! With their 12 week Spring Program, GCGC can get kids of any age moving. Head on over to www.GCGC.ca for fees, times and details.


 

GRDO

The Gloucester Recreation Development Organization (GRDO) is running 8 weeks of programming for children in the Beacon Hill area from March 19th to May 8th. Children ages 9-14 are welcome to the volleyball program on Tuesdays at Brother Andre Catholic School 6:30-7:30pm. Children ages 5-8 can enjoy the Jammin Juniors program, which incorporates fundamental movement skills into fun gym games, on Wednesdays from 6:15-7:15pm. The total program cost is $10 per participant, and each family new to our organzation must pay an Annual Family Membership fee of $20. To reserve a spot, email: meagan.sheridan@grdo.ca. For more information “like” us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/myGRDO.


 

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If Ever Your Car Gets Stolen (not Fun, I get it, but a neat solution)

 

Oh, and here’s a tip I hope you never need: if your car is ever stolen, your first calls should be to every cab company in the city. You offer a $50 reward to the driver who finds it AND a $50 reward to the dispatcher on duty when the car is found. The latter is to encourage dispatchers on shift to continually remind drivers of your stolen car. Of course you should call the police too but first things first. There are a lot more cabs than cops so cabbies will find it first -and they’re more frequently going in places cops typically don’t go, like apartment and motel complex parking lots, back alleys etc. Lastly, once the car is found, a swarm of cabs will descend and surround it because cabbies, like anyone else, love excitement and want to catch bad guys. Cabbies know a lot of stuff.

 


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