Newsletter 2013-03-06


BHCA Newsletter for March 2013

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March 2013


 

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.


 

Fun Stuff

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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