PVCA Spring 2017 Newsletter Advertising Rates
The PVCA annually publishes an online Spring Newsletter to spread awareness of programs and events both within Prairie View and around the entire city of Regina. This year, we’re offering a special rate for advertising in the Spring newsletter. These rates will both purchase the corresponding ad space in the newsletter and a slot on the pvca.ca website’s Advertising section until the Fall ad period begins in late August. The web ad can be linked to any URL or email address that you wish, and can be updated as needed by simply contacting us via email.
1/8 Page (Business Card size) – $10
1/4 Page – $20
1/2 Page – $40
1 Page – $80
If you’re interested in purchasing ad space at this special rate for the Spring of 2017, please contact us at email@example.com
For the latest news and events in Prairie View, please visit our Community Beat/Events section.
Prairie View Community Association, located in the City of Regina, provides programs that make our local community safe, fun and enriching for all. We run programs for all ages and interests. Programs run in the past include sports and fitness classes, craft classes, babysitting and dance. For information about program availability, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions and we would be happy to answer them.
These programs are possible through the efforts of our volunteers, people like yourself, who generously give their time on the executive. The time commitment can be as little as one hour a month. Please call any Executive Member to find out more about volunteering. We’d love to hear from you.
We are always looking for volunteers. Volunteer opportunities of all types are available.
Prairie View Neighbourhood is a family-oriented residential area situated on the City limits in the central northwest sector of the City between Ring Road on the north and the CN railyards to the south. It is a westward extension of development from Normanview West.
The neighbourhood developed rapidly during the 1971-1985 period. Housing type is predominately single-detached (88 per cent) with the remainder being apartment buildings. Additional land is also available for development over the next 5-10 years.
Population levels are still increasing with new residential development and family formation. Population increased significantly from 1991 to 1996, growing by 6.3 per cent. The two largest age groups include the 35-44 year and 5-19 year age groups.
There are approximately 10 volunteer members who are interested in local concerns and with providing a wide variety of programs and activities for people of all ages. All Executive Members are volunteers and the Prairie View Community Association is a non-profit organization.
The Prairie View Community Association meets once each month. An invitation is extended to all residents of the area to attend the meetings. The meetings are held 7 pm at residences of the executive. Call an Executive Member to find out when the next meeting is.
A family membership card entitles you and your family to participate in the programs provided by our Community Association and programs sponsored by other Community Associations, Zone Boards and affiliated groups throughout the city. One current membership is required per family/year.
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