Grade 12 Scholarship from Prairie View Community Association
The PVCA [Prairie View Community Association] awards a scholarship to a deserving Grade 12 student, or to a past graduate who fits the criteria under the age of 21 yrs. The winner must be a resident of the Prairie View community. The scholarship awarded will be in the amount of $500.00. There will be only one scholarship awarded, the winner to be selected by the executive of the PVCA from entries that meet the criteria below.
The criteria are as follows:
– Must maintain an average of 70% during the school year.
– Preference will be given to a student who has been involved in the community through volunteer service. School activities will also be considered.
– Successful candidate must show proof of registration in a post-secondary program in order to collect the scholarship.
Please submit your application outlining how you may meet the criteria listed. Please include the following:
– Full name, address, and phone number where you may be contacted.
-List of volunteer activities past and present
– Copy of most current high school transcript.
– Information regarding potential or confirmed acceptance to a post-secondary institution.
The deadline for applications is May 15th, 2018.
Forward all applications to: Gwen Barschel – Membership Coordinator PVCA firstname.lastname@example.org
224 Hector Cres.
Regina, Sask. S4Y-1C5
We wish to extend a heartfelt “Thank you!” to all of the vendors who participated in our 2017 Fall Trade Show! Thanks to their generous raffle donations, and the cash donations from those who attended the show, we were able to raise $1500 for Teddy Bears Anonymous!
Saskatchewan in Motion’s Active Toy Guide has arrived just in time to give Santa a hand this holiday season! This virtual guide is filled with lots of great gift ideas to help kids of all ages burn off steam, chart an active outdoor adventure and experience the joy of movement.
This year, make sure Santa leaves behind a pick or two from the Active Toy Guide to keep the whole family moving all year long!
Find the guide here.
Our newsletter for Spring 2017 is now available! It can be downloaded via this link.
The City of Regina is considering making more public spaces smoke-free and it wants to know what you think about the idea.
You can participate in the on-line survey, send an email or attend one of two Open Houses this week.
This is your chance to be heard on a health issue that affects you and your family. We hope you’ll participate because it’s estimated that smoking is responsible for 30% of all cancer deaths in Canada and is related to more than 85% of lung cancer cases. Second-hand smoke has the same chemicals in it as the tobacco smoke breathed in by a smoker. So if you’re near someone who’s smoking, you and everyone else around you is smoking too.
We hope you’ll participate in this important consultation.
More information and the survey at:
Retired…? (Want opportunities to help others!)
Student…? Just starting out…? (Build potential job experience!)
Anyone in between…? (Would like to enhance old skills or learn new ones!)
The Tetra Society of North America provides the connection between people with disabilities and various technical people to create assistive devices at cost for materials. These gizmos are not on the market or the existing assistive device may need to be customized which would enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities or seniors.
The Regina chapter is looking for volunteer technical people AND/OR people with disabilities or seniors who require a gizmo! You never know unless you try. Talk to the Tetra Team today!
Contact: Terri Sleeva at 306-545-7378 or e-mail: email@example.com
For more information: www.tetrasociety.org or call 1-877-688-8762
The Regina Police Service would like to remind the public that the temperatures are rising, which means vehicles heat up quickly. If you must make stops in your daily travels, please, take your small children indoors with you; don’t leave them in the car. If you have pets, it’s best to leave them at home. Your small children may not be able to open windows/doors to cool themselves, and pets are always wearing fur coats, so don’t take chances with their safety.
As a bystander: if you see a child in a car who appears to be in distress (limp/listless, sweating profusely) then please call 9-1-1. Keep calm and do not break the window (unless you are specifically instructed by the operator or an officer). If you see a pet in a hot vehicle that appears to be in distress (limp/listless, foaming at the mouth) then please call the Animal Protection line (in Regina) at 306-777-7700. (If the vehicle is on/running, there may be air conditioning going for the pup and it is likely not in distress.)
Breaking someone’s vehicle window could result in a charge of Mischief, which is a Criminal Code charge. It may also result in having to attend small claims court and being ordered to pay for the damages.
In both scenarios, please follow the operator’s instructions and wait for emergency services to get there. If you are with someone, have them run into the nearest establishment and give the manager or staff the vehicle make, colour, and plate number and ask them to make an announcement on the business’ public address system.
The Regina Police Service would like to thank the public’s cooperation with these calls. Help us make this summer a less stressful one for all.