Find the Fall 2017 Glabar Park Community Alliance Gazette posted on the website. It contains information on our AGM, to be held Tuesday September 19, as well as Summer Fun Day info and the upcoming rink season.
Please note that we do not currently have volunteers to distribute the Gazette like we did in previous years. If you can volunteer to distribute the Gazette on your street (or more), please contact email@example.com and we’ll coordinate getting printed versions of the Gazette in your hands. Thank you!
Fall 2017 Gazette
This year’s Annual General Meeting will be held at the Ottawa Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 2200 Benjamin Avenue, between 7 pm and 9 pm. All residents over 18 years of age are automatically members of the GPCA and are both invited and encouraged to attend.
The business of this Annual General Meeting will include:
- Approval of 2016 AGM Minutes
- Treasurer Report (including auditor report)
- Reports on Zoning, Traffic and Recreation
- Elections of Board of Directors
- Auditor Appointment
- Bay Ward/City report from our Councillor
- Any new business arising from the floor
Summer Fun Day is coming on July 29th. We are doing it earlier this year to hopefully avoid weather issues and place this event in the middle of the summer.
This year we are planning:
- Bouncy castle
- Face painting
- Bike parade
- Senior’s tent
- Ice Cream truck
- Fire Department
- Movie Night!
Looking forward to seeing you there! We will also have a table set up so you can meet this year’s Executive and discuss future plans for our community.
February 27, 2017
7 pm at the Kingsmere Rink Field House
(2074 Benjamin Ave)
As originally posted on the GPCA Facebook page last Sunday, the order of business: is to ratify the minutes of the Annual General Meeting held October 25, 2016.
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Thank you to all the community members who came out last night to the AGM! It was a great opportunity to engage with you on your volunteer board’s efforts to promote community well-being and togetherness. Mark Taylor was really helpful and enlightening as he answered all your civic questions and concerns.
I would like to thank again the many volunteers who keep our programs running: Fun Day organizers and operators, Rink supervisors and Gazette delivery teams. Thank you for your continued efforts, everyone really appreciates your time, energy and efforts.
Moving forward, your GPCA Board has some new faces this year: Sean Kirkwood (President), Adam Norman (Vice-President), Ravi Sandhi (Treasurer) and Brian Laffin (Secretary). We also have new and returning Directors to continue building the ties that keep our community the best place to live.