03 Nov

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Most Excellent Halloween

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Thanks for a Fun and Spooky Halloween Dance!

Special thanks to our host The Legion (great space) and Most Excellent Productions for a great show!

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04 Oct

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Halloween Fundraiser Dance

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Due to popular demand…the Halloween Dance is BACK!

Don’t Miss It!

New location for the much anticipated dance is The Royal Canadian Legion in Stouffville. For you convenience a shuttle will be running from Cedar Beach.

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Halloween Dance Bus Shuttle – from Musselman’s Lake to The Legion (Sat Oct 29, 2016)

$10 per person round trip

Pick up location:  Cedar Beach Resort Pavillion – 155 Cedarvale Blvd (8:45pm, 9:15pm, 9:45pm, 10:15pm)

Pick up location: The Legion – Stouffville – 150 Mostar Street (drive back to the Lake at 12:00am, 12:30am, 1:00am, 1:30am)

Contact Info

Call or email Lisa Gallagher-White for wristbands/payment (CASH only)
lisagwhite@rogers.com;  cell 647-205-8192

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Filed Under: Events, MLRA News

26 Aug

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Back To School Safety

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CAA’s Safety Tips for Back-To-School

 

Start the school year off right with these safety tips from CAA

CAA – Canadian Automobile Association

A boy wearing glasses sits in front of a chalkboard with the words Back to school written on itThe smell of freshly sharpened pencils and just opened packages of loose leaf paper will soon be filling the air as students gear up to go back to school. While new supplies and old friends may be the focus for your child, it’s important to make sure they start the year off safely by reviewing these important tips before the first day of classes rolls around.

Route Reminders

Children walking or biking to school need to be familiar with the route they will be taking. Choose a direct route away from busy streets, and make sure you practice the route with them a few times before school starts to make sure they’re comfortable. Make sure they have a travel buddy – a friend, sibling or neighbour – so they aren’t making the journey alone.

Mind Your Step

Remind children to pay attention to their surroundings when walking or biking. That means no texting while walking or bilking, and leaving headphones in their backpacks so they can hear what’s going on around them. Review traffic safety and remind your child to wait at crosswalks and to look both ways before crossing the street!

Stranger Danger

Make sure your child knows not to talk to strangers and never to get in a vehicle with someone they don’t know, no matter what they say. Tell them not to venture away from school grounds and to tell a teacher or another adult they know right away if an adult they don’t know tries to talk them into leaving with them.

School Bus Safety

Discuss school bus safety with your child and remind them how important it is to stay seated for the entire trip. Make sure they know to never walk in front of the bus unless the driver has indicated it is safe to do so.

Backpack Basics

Check your child’s backpack to make sure it fits them properly and isn’t too heavy. Backpacks can cause back issues and falls if they aren’t adjusted properly or are too heavy.

Tell an Adult

Discuss bullying with your child and work with them to develop effective coping strategies, Make sure they know not to give in to a bully’s demands or retaliate, but to say stop, walk away and tell an adult.

CAA – Canadian Automobile Association

 

05 Aug

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Cedar Beach Resort opens activity program up to the community

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Yoga, Line Dancing and Pilates are just a few of the activities being offered to the community.

Community Activities logo1 (320x222)  Lisa who is the new recreation director at Cedar Beach is happy to be offering the community of Musselman’s Lake a selection of classes that are being held at the Cedar Beach Resort Pavilion. Classes will be held throughout the summer up until the Thanksgiving weekend.

The Recreation Centre (Pavilion/ Dance Hall) has a newly renovate space that occupies half of the hall for exercise classes.

A ’10-Class Family Pass’ that you can share with other family members as well as choose any classes is only $75.oo

A great initiative has been started to engage local teenagers that wish to earn their ‘ Community Credits’ for High School. A ‘Creativity4 Credits’ allows local youth to help our local community every Thursday at 3pm. (see schedule)

If you wish to register, please arrive 10 mins before the class you wish to attend.
Contact Lisa at: lisa@yogayama.ca

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04 Aug

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Ninth Line Landfill Site/Restoration Project Update re Amendment

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Amendment to Site Alteration & Fill Management Plan Amendment for Small Quantities/Hydro-excavation Fill

Lee Sand & Gravel Pit site circa 1950 prior to excavations

Lee Sand & Gravel Pit site circa 1950 prior to excavations

Further the Town Public Meeting on  June 23, 2016 and/or the June 30, 2016 Open House hosted by United Soils Management at the site at 14245 Ninth Line

Q and A re Amendment to Site Alteration & Fill Management Plan 22jul16

 

Related Links

Ninth Line Landfill Site/Restoration Project Update

Annual Open House at United Soils

TOWN COUNCIL’S DECISION BENEFITS OUR COMMUNITY

GRAVEL PIT RESTORATION PERMIT

A Very Informative Meeting

Gold Standard For All Ontario

A Game Changer Interview

Lee Sand & Gravel Restoration Project Sets A New Standard (part two of three parts)

Lee Sand & Gravel Restoration Project Sets A New Standard (final part of three part interview with the MLRA)