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SPRING 2015
In This Issue
President’s Message
As I write this message today, it may not feel like it, but
Spring is just around the corner and with that brings our
many outdoor programs up and running soon.
President's Message. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Currently we are working on offering programs of interest to our residents
and will continue to post everything that is available on our website
www.erindalearborcreek.org. Here you will find all of our current
program offerings and any other news that we feel should be shared.
Program Withdrawal & Refund Policy. . . . . . . . . . . . . .
We need your help…with the thawing of the snow, a challenge we
face is the amount of debris and garbage that gets blown around all
Winter. I challenge everyone, even though it is not your garbage, to
please pick up and dispose of this waste where you find it instead
of just letting the wind distribute it to someone else's yard. As a
community association we are proud of Erindale and Arbor Creek
and need your help to keep it safe and clean for all to enjoy.
Evening & Weekend
Babysitter’s Directory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13
Thank you for making Erindale / Arbor Creek your home. I look forward
to meeting you all as you sign up and participate in our various programs
for all ages. Should you feel a calling to get more involved, we are always
looking for volunteers to assist with the various programs and have a
few executive roles that currently remain vacant. If you are interested in
learning more about any of the roles or have questions about the Erindale
Arbor Creek Community association, please contact me anytime.
Hang in there, Spring is coming soon.
Marc Perrault
EACCA President
Registration Night
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Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
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Principal Points . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10–11
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Tips for a Smooth Registration
• Bring a pen.
• Bring your chequebook (remember the deposit cheque for
uniforms).
• No one is turned away from Soccer.
• Purchase the $10.00 community association membership if
you’re not already a member.
• Be patient, we will do our best to get you registered as
quickly as possible.
• Quickest way to register is to volunteer for a vacant
position. If you volunteer you get to register first (where
vacancies exist, they’re listed in the newsletter).
• Our volunteer coordinators and directors do a fantastic job
of managing the team sports programs in our area.
• Your cooperation will help ensure a successful season for all
players, coaches and parents.
7pm, March 3, 2015
at the Dr John G. Egnatoff Elementary School.
• An annual membership fee of $10.00/household is required to
participate in programs. Membership card must be presented
at time of registration. A membership may be purchased at the
same time as registration. EACCA honours other community
association memberships.
• Space in many programs is limited and registration is taken on a
first-come, first-served basis.
• Early registrations are not accepted and late registrations (if
accepted) are subject to a late registration fee.
• A parent or guardian must be present to sign waivers for children.
• The EACCA reserves the right to cancel any program which does
not have sufficient enrolment or if an instructor cannot be found
prior to registration night.
• Classes may be subject to cancellation as the schools have first
priority for the use of the school facilities. Attempts to reschedule
will be made but are not guaranteed.
• Keep your registration form as it is your receipt for children’s
programs and sports qualifying for the Children’s Fitness Tax
Credit. Duplicate receipts will not be issued. Note: Canada
Revenue Agency has indicated that issuing a receipt for any
particular program does not guarantee the eligibility of the
program for which it is issued.
• Certain programs have specific policies regarding registrations,
withdrawals and refunds. Please refer to that material in the
newsletter and on our website at www.erindalearborcreek.org.
Kindersports
T-Ball and Soccer for 3 and 4 year olds
Please consider volunteering as coaches are always needed.
Soccer: Tuesdays from 6pm-6:45pm May 5th to June 23th
T-Ball: Thursdays from 6pm-6:45pm May 7th to June 25th
Watch SMF website for more details.
Players will receive a team T-shirt and water bottle.
The cost is $25 per activity per participant
Tennis
Registration will be at the March EACCA Registration Night.
We are pleased to be
able to present the
progressive tennis
program for the
Spring of 2015.
This program will be
held outdoors weekly
starting on Wednesday
May 6th until Wednesday June 24th (tennis
courts by Centennial Collegiate).
Kindersports has limited enrolment so please
ensure that you attend the registration night. We
are unable to accept any late registrations.
Your child must be a minimum of three years old at the
beginning of the season and a maximum of four years old
at the end of the season. We will not accept registrations
for children who will be two years old at the beginning
of the season and those turning five during the season.
Please consider coaching a team during this short season,
we rely on parent coaches to run these programs. No
experience is necessary, just your time and energy for
one hour per week. Without sufficient coaches, we will be
forced to reduce the number of teams and participants.
Are you interested in helping
out with Kindersports?
We need coaches for both T-Ball and Soccer as
well as a T-Ball coordinator to help set-up for the
season. Volunteer coaches can register their children
ahead of the registration night with the Kindersports
Coordinator. If you are interested in volunteering, or
have questions, please contact Jared at 306-716-5875.
Flag Football
Flag Football is a fun and interactive sport open to
boys and girls in grades one through eight.
Registration is now available at www.saskatoonminorfootball.
com and will not be offered at the EACCA March
registration night. Registration will be open until April 28.
Early bird registration runs from January 5 until January
31 and will be at the reduced rate of $65.00.
If you would like to coach a team, and you have players
who would like to join, then please sign up as a coach and
create your team. Once you have created your team, you
will receive a code that players can use to join your team.
Please provide any notes in your registration that you may
feel are important for placing your child on a team.
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The season runs from early May to the end of June,
with no games on the May long weekend and a
final fun Jamboree at the end of the season.
We will run three age groups (depending upon response)
of 3-5 years, 6-8 years and 9-12 years. The sessions
will run for one hour with the exception of the 3-5
year old group which will run for 45 minutes.
All tennis equipment will be available for use
during the program, but participants are required
to wear appropriate active clothing and runners (no
sandals or flip flips) and bring a water bottle.
The progressive tennis program uses smaller racquets
and low compression balls which makes it easier for
the children to control the ball, and is played on a halfcourt or 3/4 court depending on the age group.
The cost of this program is $30 per child.
For further information on progressive tennis
please call Wade MacBain at 306-717-1818.
Outdoor Soccer
Under 6 (co-ed - children born 2009 and 2010)
$65
Under 8 (children born 2007& 2008)
$75
Under 10 (children born 2005 & 2006)
$85
Plus $50 uniform deposit cheque for U8 and U10
Late registrations (after March 31):
U6: $100
U8: $115
U10: $125
U6s play once a week: Mon, Tues or Fri, 6pm or 7pm
U8s play once a week: Wed, Thurs or Fri, 6pm or 7pm
U10 boys play once a week: Mon, Wed or Fri, 6pm or 7pm
U10 girls play once a week: Tues, Thurs or Fri, 6pm or 7pm
Children’s Fitness Tax Credit
Cost as a Barrier
Registration fees paid by a parent for their child to
participate in an eligible program of physical activity
may be eligible for a non-refundable tax credit on
eligible amounts of up to $500.
EACCA is sensitive to the needs of families facing
financial hardships, and may partially or fully fund
participation fees in various activities. Subsidization
is only to cover cost of program, and will not include
membership to the Community Association.
Subsidization is limited to 1 activity per person per session, and is
available only to those who reside within our community boundaries.
The Department of Finance has indicated that, in
order to qualify for the tax credit, a program must be:
• for a child under the age of 16;
• a minimum of eight weeks duration with a minimum of
one session per week;
• supervised;
• suitable for children;
• substantially all of the activities must include a significant
amount of physical activity that contributes to cardiorespiratory endurance plus one or more of: muscular
strength, muscular endurance, flexibility, or balance; and
• should encourage children to strive towards at least 30
minutes of sustained moderate to vigorous physical
activity per session for children under 10, and 60 minutes
of sustained moderate to vigorous physical activity for
children 10 and over.
If you have lost your receipt for a
Community Association activity, we can
provide a replacement. The fee is $25.
For information please contact a member of the EACCA
Executive at [email protected]
Program Withdrawal & Refund Policy
• All withdrawal requests must be forwarded to the Program
Coordinator and not the teacher, coach or team manager.
• When seeking a full refund of the program registration
fees, withdrawal requests must be received by the Program
Coordinator no later than one month from the date of
registration or two weeks from the commencement of the
program, whichever is later.
• Refunds of program registration fees is at the discretion of
the Program Coordinator, who may request evidence to
substantiate the refund request.
• Refunds for late withdrawal requests will only be approved
under extraordinary circumstances, and the amount refunded
will be based on the proportion of the program remaining.
• If a program registration fee refund is approved, a $5
administration fee will apply.
• In all cases, the EACCA membership fee is non-refundable.
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Young Naturalists’ Programs
Making Tracks: January 24th at 1:00 p.m.
Chickadee Pishing: February 7th at 1:00 p.m.
Great Horned Owl: March 14th at 1:00 p.m.
Birdhouse Workshop: April 11th at 1:00 p.m.
Zoo Crew PD Day Camps:
March 13th: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
March 16th: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
More in May and June
On-line registration open!
Winter Zoo Camp:
February 18th-20th: 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
On-line registration open!
Animal Antics Pre-school Program:
Spring registration opens March 1st, 2015
Summer Zoo Camp:
Registration opens March 10th for members
and March 11th for non-members
Pre-registration is required for most of our programs
Complete information available at:
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Principal Points
Father Robinson School
ANITA ROMANOFF – PRINCIPAL
DAN DENIS – VICE-PRINCIPAL
The New Year has arrived and to help us stay warm
we are busy enjoying many exciting adventures and learning new
skills! The next several months will see students involved in skating,
curling, outdoor winter sports, basketball play days and tournaments,
Indoor Track Meets, School Retreats, Gym Blast, and Gr. 4-8 skiing
at Wapiti. In addition, students and the teachers will be involved in
classroom activities that will encourage excellence in learning.
Since the beginning of the school year students have been involved in a
variety of service projects to assist and support the needs within our local
community of Saskatoon. During the Fall we collected boxes and boxes of
canned goods for the nutrition program at St. Frances School, during the
Advent Season we collected Food to support the needs of our community,
collected winter clothing for children in the core neighbourhoods,
adopted a family in need of gifts and food hamper, and donated toys for
young children in our city. During the Lenten Season that begins on Ash
Wednesday, February 18, 2015 students will be involved in fundraising
for developing third world countries. In addition, we will be involved in a
partnership project with the Diocese of Saskatoon and the Friendship Inn.
These projects will encourage students and staff to deepen their
understanding about the issues of poverty and hungry and to put
their learning into action. Father Robinson School is REACHING
OUT TO TRANSFORM THE WORLD working toward being
informed, contributing and involved global citizens!
SENIOR BASKETBALL
TOURNAMENT
The Father Robinson School Annual Basketball
Tournament takes place February 25th (Boys) and
February 26th (Girls). We are looking forward to
a lot of excitement as senior basketball teams from
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools participate in
the tournament. Good luck to all of the teams!
Please drop by to cheer on our teams and enjoy
the “Nutrition Positive” concession menu.
FATHER ROBINSON SCHOOL
INDOOR TRACK TEAM
Four indoor track team is working hard as they train and
participate in the many world class track meets taking
place at the Saskatoon Field House. Congratulations to
our indoor track team members and continued success in
the upcoming meets! A huge thank you to the students,
coaches and their parents/guardians for their continued
support, encouragement and enthusiasm in the stands.
WAPITI SKI TRIP
FATHER ROBINSON SCHOOL
KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION
To further support the physical education curriculum
Grade 4- 8 students will have the opportunity to participate
in ski lessons and down hill skiing/snowboarding at
Wapiti Ski Resort. Gr. 4, 5 & 6 students will be skiing
on Thursday, March 5, 2015, while Gr. 7 & 8 students
will participate in the ski/snowboard trip on Friday,
March 6, 2015. We look forward to an exciting day
of fun and adventure at Wapiti Ski Resort. Parents/
guardians are welcome and encouraged to attend!
2015-2016 Putting Faith in Education
Thinking about Kindergarten for this Fall?
It’s time to register at Father Robinson Catholic School!
Our school is friendly, safe, welcoming and ready to help each of
our students reach their full potential. We are located at 530 Rogers
Road in the heart of the Erindale/Arbor Creek neighbourhoods.
Bussing is provided for students residing in the Arbor Creek
neighbourhood (0.8 km or greater walking distance).
Children must be five years of age by January 31, 2016 to start Kindergarten
in the 2015-2016 school year. You can register your child now.
We nurture faith, encourage excellence in learning and inspire students
to reach out and help others – at home and around the world.
Please call 659-7200 for more information about our
school, how to register or to arrange a school visit.
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HAPPY LITTLE HEARTS
PRESCHOOL
Happy Little Hearts Preschool is a non-co-operative
preschool located at Father Robinson School.
Registrations are being accepted for the 20152016 school year. Registrations forms are available
at the Father Robinson School main office.
For any questions or if you are interested in
registering your 3 or 4 year old preschool child for
a wonderful learning experience please call 6597207 or email [email protected]
com with your name and contact information.
Principal Points
at
Dr. John G. Egnatoff School
GRADE 6 INTENSIVE
FRENCH PROGRAM
Father Robinson offers Gr. 6 Intensive
French and the Gr. 7 and 8 Post
Intensive French Program. Intensive/
Post-Intensive French is a wonderful
opportunity open to all students
interested in learning the French
language. During the first 5 months
of the Gr. 6 year, the students are
exposed to the language at a higher
intensity than what most Core French
programs offer. Students in this program
get a strong head start in acquiring
a second official language. In Gr. 7
and 8 students continue to develop
French language speaking, writing
and reading skills that begin in the
Gr. 6 Intensive French Program.
The Intensive French and Post-Intensive
French Program promotes active
student participation in a motivating
and stimulating environment through
a variety of interactive instructional
strategies. In a world where there is
an increased global communication,
travel and employment opportunity,
this could be the springboard to
enhance future possibilities.
For more information or to register for
Fall 2015 contact Mrs. Anita Romanoff,
(Principal), Mr. Dan Denis, (VicePrincipal) at 659-7200 or Mrs. Lori
Santoro, (Consultant of French
Language Education) at 659-7082.
Registration for 2015/16
Pre-registration is open to current and former
families of Erindale Cooperative Preschool. Pick
up your pre-registration package outside the
preschool classroom on the following dates:
Wednesday, March 4th 9:00-9:30am & 1:00-1:30pm
Thursday, March 5th 9:00-9:30am & 1:00-1:30pm
Friday, March 6th 9:00-9:30am
We invite new families to join us for:
Open House & General Registration:
Thursday, March 19th, 7:00-9:00pm
Open House: 7:00-7:30pm
Registration: 7:30-9:00pm
Erindale Cooperative Preschool Classroom,
Dr. John G. Egnatoff School
Phone: (306)-683-8361
Email: [email protected]
erindalecooperativepreschool.ca
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E A C C A
Executive 2015
We are here for you, but please be considerate
no phone calls after 9pm.
Thank you.
Name
Executive Position
Phone
Colette
Adult Programs
249-1188
Joelle
Adult Programs
242-1469
Curtis &
Shanna
Basketball
664-7269
Kara
Children/Youth
Programs
652-2013
Karen
Children/Youth
Programs
955-5653
Aaron
Communications Newsletter
649-2170
Shauna
Communications Website
717-0400
Harold
Dr. John G. Egnatoff
Liaison
683-7190
Claudine
& Chris
Equipment
280-8066
Mihai
Facilities Coordinator
242-3578
Kimberley Football Coordinator
242-9830
Koren
Football
230-8487
Angela
Football
665-6647
Anita
Fr. Robinson Liaison
659-7201
Jared
Kindersports
716-5875
Leanne
Membership
249-9042
Tim
Park Development
477-5635
Marc
President
262-4655
Scott
President Outgoing
664-9415
Trent
Rink Coordinator
249-1748
Jason
Rink Coordinator
290-1674
Troy
Rink Coordinator
249-1645
Marieke
Saskatoon Community 975-2952
Consultant
Jennifer
Secretary
477-7441
Matt
Soccer Coordinator
850-0684
Rochelle
Soccer Under 8
242-0772
Jaimee
Soccer Under 6
612-0047
Shannon
Soccer Under 10
931-2145
Jasleen
Softball Coordinator
374-5042
Wade
Tennis
717-1818
Shu
Treasurer
242-8768
Paul
Vice-President
955-6512
April
Community Liason Officer
Saskatoon Police Services
975-8032
Janet
Citizen Patrol-Recruiter
974-1452
Cara
Citizen Patrol-Scheduler
652-2314
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EACCA Evening &
Weekend Babysitter’s
Directory
If your son or daughter would like to be
included in the directory, please contact
[email protected]
Note: The EACCA does not endorse
or recommend any of the Sitters
listed in this directory.
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Danielle
Alita
Mackenzie
Vanessa
Gabrielle
Taylor
Kyle
Tobi
Jayda
Melissa or
Megan
Tyson
Karlee
Jordan
Harrison
Brooklyn
Kaitlyn G.
Carter
Chanelle
Christal
Paige & Carter
Krista
Maggie
Alexa and/or
Shae-Lynn
Erica
Tessa
Kate
Emma
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665-6647
668-1028
373-7988
652-5377
668-2283
242-2533
978-2076
652-4255
382-5121
665-6340
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979-0222
955-0538
652-1979
978-5212
242-7483
978-7903
665-8759
955-2390
683-1933
665-8759
978-5727
668-0187
978-4318
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292-3830
384-4499
955-7103
955-6512
E A C C A
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Distribution:
The Erindale Arbor Creek Newsletter is
published four times per year. It is delivered
to all homes in Erindale and Arbor Creek.
The newsletter can be found on our web
site at www.erindalearborcreek.org and
at the following locations: Alice Turner
Branch Library, Dr. John G. Egnatoff
School, Father Robinson School, Mac’s
Convenience Store, Ken Cheveldayoff
MLA Office, and Lakeview Civic Centre.
Contact:
Any question on the above information
please contact the Communications Director:
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E A C C A
Name
Childcare Directory
Address
Phone No.
Age Range
Available
122 Hinitt Place
955-2168
Newborn & up
FT/PT/B&A School,
Licensed Group Childcare Home
607 Bornstein Cres
249-0546
6 mos to 12 yrs
974-1966
Ages 1-12
Adaskin Cove
110 Innes Court
Hurley Crescent
652-0879
933-3347
270-8220
12 mos & up
Ages 18 mos – 12yrs
6 mths & up
FT/PT
Note: licensed, subsidies available
Open 7.30am–5.30pm FT/PT before
& after school lunch hour
Before and after school, Kindergarten spots available
7.30 am-5.00 pm
FT/PT
Buckwold Cove
244-5239
Ages 6 mos & up
FT/PT/Casual/Before and after school, Lunches
Herminia Juta
630 Beckett Cres
249-3021
Jennifer Jacobs
Janzen's Family
Dayhome
Kelly Cole
Kathy Littlechilds
Little Angels Daycare
Sheala
Little Stars Daycare
Angela Moir
Lorrie Isbister
Lylia Williams
#15 402 Berini Dr
651-2218
18 months School Age
Ages 5 and up
Available FT/PT, Before & After School ,
Licensed – Subsidy available
Before & after school, Lunch hour
376 Birch Crescent
931-4086
2-6 yrs
FT 6.30am - 6.30pm, 3 spaces available
110 Kenderdine Rd.
406 Nelson Road
955-8313
380-0724
Budz Crescent
652-0059
Infant and up
6 mths-4 yrs
6 months & up
Full Time Spots
FT/PT
FT/PT, quality care, great rates
FT/PT, casual, b/f & after school, lunch
Licensed Dayhome
167 Rogers Rd
665-6647
Infant & up
FT/PT/Casual/Before & after school, Lunch hour
315 Bentham Cres.
263 Kucey Terrace
514 Hogg Crescent
Saskatoon, SK
249-3001
384-9620
Infant and up
Infant – School age
FT/PT
FT/PT *busing to schools
241-9174
Infant and up
Full-time or Part-time, Casual, before and after school
Marlene Wasyluk
(RN Nurse)
526 Kerr Road
651-4166
Ages 1 and up
FT/PT before and after school care
available, on bus route to school.
Medy Collett
303 Bentham Cr.
955-8159
1 year & up
FT/PT/Casual, Before & After school, Lunch hour
Melanie Myers
286 Greaves Court
249 –9005
Age 1 and up
Pamela Pattenden
1231 Kerr Rd
612-0826
12 mths–8 yrs
Ages 1 and up full time and part time
FT/PT/Casual (summer)
8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., Mon–Fri
107 Bentham Crescent
668-2683
Infant & up
(Willowgrove)
978-4055
All Ages
219 Zary Road
430 Kenderdine Road
3 mths-12yrs
Ages 5+
719 Kerr Road
974-4243
382-2057
955-4931
652-3750
Infant and up
Shirley Duran
762 Cowley Road
249-3065
Infants & up
Stephanie Grzybowski
Kenderdine Road
249-3479
Any Age
Tabatha Bodie
403 Kerr Place
384-0805
Ages 6 mos – 12yrs
Tanya Peters
The Wright Daycare
Cathy Turriff
Beckett Cres.
979-4967
Ages 1 and up.
503 Wright Terrace
343-7604
18 months+
934 Kenderdine Rd.
931-4174
Auntie & Uncle’s
House Licensed Group
Childcare Home, Patty
& Darryl Stolmar
Bonnie’s Daycare
Bonnie Cuthbertson
Brenda Villena Daycare
Dee’s Daycare
Doris Gutzer
Doreen Moe
Helping Hand Childcare
Elaine Blanchette
Marita’s Day Carehome
Precious Moments
Daycare
Rugrats Childcare
Brandi
Samina Zia
Sarah’s Dayhome
Shannon
Sherry Kozoriz
Wendy’s Childcare
[email protected]
Full availability
Open 5:30am to 9pm
[email protected]
FT/PT/Casual, Before & After school
Before & after school
Full and 3/4 time
F/T and P/T
FT /PT /Casual / Licensed – subsidy available,
7 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Monday - Friday.
Casual weekday evenings/Casual weekend evenings
Government licensed childcare.
Transportation is also available to and from school.
FT/PT/Casual/Before & After school, Lunch hour.
FT/PT
FT/PT positions avail. Teacher – lots of age
approp. activities. Small number of children
FT/PT Quality care/First Aid – Great rates
Lots of park time and crafts
Any childcare provider in the Erindale/Arbor Creek area who would like to be listed in the childcare directory (or for changes to a current listing), please contact
[email protected]@org.
Note: The EACCA does not endorse or recommend any of the daycares or day homes listed in this directory. The directory is open to any childcare provider in the
Erindale/Arbor Creek area and is provided as a community service for your information only.
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GREETINGS FROM YOUR SASKATOON SILVER SPRINGS MLA – KEN CHEVELDAYOFF
“Working on your behalf to make Saskatchewan the best place to live, work and raise a family.”
As we begin to celebrate Spring, let me begin by saying how grateful I am for the opportunity to represent such an incredible
group of people in Saskatoon Silver Springs. There is no doubt that Saskatchewan people are our greatest strength. When
I think of the values that built this province, I think of neighbours helping neighbours, particularly in the time of need.
Volunteerism, such as the work done by EACCA is what makes us proud to be from this community. I look forward to the
privilege of attending many exciting events throughout the year.
Please watch for details of our annual “Picnic in the Park” coming up in June. The picnic at the Forestry Farm is a great opportunity to meet
people in our constituency and enjoy great food and fabulous entertainment. Watch your mailbox for details. I look forward to hosting you
and your family at the picnic.
Our work to keep Saskatchewan strong continues. Our government has a balanced budget, lower provincial taxes and a growing population.
Growth has given us the ability to invest in schools, which is evident in our community as we anxiously await the opening of the joint-use
Willowgrove and Holy Family School. We are looking forward as well to the construction of another joint-use school in Evergreen.
Our government continues to invest in health care, hospitals and highways. Since 2007, Saskatchewan has welcomed 400 doctors, 2600 more
nurses and 750 more people working in a growing number of long-term care facilities. We will work hard to make improvements that directly
impact you and your family members.
Together, we’ve accomplished so much. Today, Saskatchewan is home to a strong economy and a growing labour market that will have an
estimated 95,000 job opportunities by year 2017! For the first time in a generation, many of our young people are staying in Saskatchewan
to further their education and begin their careers. Our government, under the capable leadership of Premier Brad Wall is doing our part to
encourage that:
• Under the Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship, every high school graduate who attends a post-secondary institution in Saskatchewan
can now receive $500 per year to a maximum of $2,000.
• Since 2007, over 50,000 post-secondary graduates have taken advantage of the Graduate Retention Program; tuition rebates of up to
$20,000 for graduates who remain in Saskatchewan.
• SaskCareers.ca, Saskatchewan’s new career development website, is a great new tool to help students learn about the growing number
of opportunities in our province. It is designed to connect them with employers for in-demand career and to help educate, train and
develop a highly-skilled workforce, which is a key goal of the Saskatchewan Plan for Growth.
The integrated site will meet the career planning needs of all Saskatchewan residents from kindergarten to retirement, with an initial focus
on youth. An integral piece within the site is an innovative career planning took that allows students to investigate career and post-secondary
opportunities, set career goals, develop an educational plan and track their progress. Each student can customize their plan, both in high
school and beyond to best fit their specific career interests and future goals.
I am proud to be part of the tradition of family, friends and community spirit that is so evident in our growing and vibrant community. We
will embrace challenges and with your input, will continue to build on the solid foundation provided by our Plan for Growth. It is an honour
and a privilege to serve you.
In closing, I express my sincere thanks to each of you for your continued support and all you do to make our constituency a better place.
Best wishes to you and your families for a happy, healthy and fun filled spring and summer! Enjoy the many activities our community offers.
Sincerely,
Ken Cheveldayoff, MLA
Saskatoon Silver Springs
1106A Central Ave, Saskatoon, SK S7N 2H1
Phone: 306-651-7100
Fax: 306-651-6008
Email: [email protected]
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