BHCA Newsletter September 2015

 

A few days late, but better than never. Go BHCA!
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September 2015

Federal Election Debate

Once again, your BHCA is hosting a debate in our (newly redefined borders) riding!

When: Oct. 7, 2015
Time: 7:00pm
Location: Colonel By Cafetorium (2381 Ogilvie Rd, Gloucester, ON K1J 7N4, Canada)

This event is free to all BHCA members. If you’re not yet a member, please sign up as soon as possible here:

http://www.BHCA.ca/membership/

There will also be a sign-up table at the debate.

If you aren’t eligible to sign up as a member and would like to attend, there will be a $10/couple cover charge. Children (under 18) and all students (with student card) will be free.

Submit Questions to the Debate

Is there something you’d like the candidates to answer at the debate?

We’re taking submissions to create our list of questions to ask at the debate. If you’ve got something you’d like answered, please submit the question at the link below:

http://www.BHCA.ca/2015-federal-election-debate/

JOIN OUR Winter YOUTH DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM 2015!

The FC Capital United offers Recreational Soccer Programs that combine fun and skills development for kids from 4 to 11 years old. Under the direction of our National B Licensed Club Head Coach, Raz El-Asmar, this program is delivered by only experienced qualified coaching staff with the objectives to teach essential skills and aptitudes that allow young players a lifelong enjoyment of soccer at the recreational, competitive or Elite level.

NO WAITING LIST! PLAYERS WILL NOT BE TURNED AWAY!!

Winter youth Program – November 7th – March 12th

4-11 years old – 1 session a week/Cost: $200

Location: Louis Riel Dome, 1659 Bearbrook Rd, Gloucester

Register by Sept 12 and receive 4 FREE additional outdoor sessions in Sept/Oct!

Main features of programs – Based on Long Term Player Development Model

  • Small Teams for maximum Field Participation
  • Skills based groupings for maximum learning and enjoyment
  • Small-Sided games 4 v 4
  • Qualified Coaches

Focus for the 4 to 7 years old group
The fun of ball control; improving coordination and motor skills; building confidence and self esteem by
touching the ball often; friendly mini-soccer activities.

Focus for the 8 to 11 years old
Enhanced ball control and « First touch » play making; applying skills and tactics; soccer specific
motivational games.

FC CAPITAL UNITED (613) 695-2832
Email: info@fccapitalunited.com, Web Site: www.fccapitalunited.com

Who’s Running in Our Riding?

http://www.elections.ca

Want Some Help Deciding?

https://votecompass.cbc.ca/

Vancouver’s Green Revolution Comes to Ottawa!

Set aside September 16th for a stimulating and important event. Andrea Reimer will be in Ottawa to talk about Vancouver’s strategy on becoming the Greenest City in the world by 2020 and a 100% Renewable City by 2050. She is the Deputy Mayor of Vancouver and one of the most progressive environmental voice in Canadian municipal politics. She will be joined by Jody Williams, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, who advocates for environmental and social justice; and by David Chernushenko, the City of Ottawa’s Chair of Environment Committee.

The RSVP page for the event is http://ecoott.ca/renewableevent.

Doors open at 6pm for refreshments, networking, and info booths – proceedings start at 7pm.

WHEN
September 16, 2015 at 6pm – 9pm

WHERE
Jean Pigott Place, City Hall
110 Laurier Ave W
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 1J1

Pushy parents should let children motivate themselves into sport

With hockey season on the way, a sports motivation researcher is asking pushy parents to ease up on pressuring their children.

Kids who motivate themselves tend to be more successful in their chosen sports in the longer term, says Meredith Rocchi, a University of Ottawa PhD candidate.

But not all motivation is bad, Rocchi says.

“Ultimately, it’s important with your young athletes — whether it’s in hockey or any sport — to really focus on what they want to do,” she said.

Read the rest on CBC.ca

Eco Corner

“What’s the use of a fine house if you haven’t got a tolerable planet to put it on?”

― Henry David Thoreau

Fun Stuff

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Consideration for this Newsletter provided in part by:

This Newsletter also sponsored in part by Councillor Tim Tierney

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