KS – November 9, 2017


 

Week in Review

 

Community Safety Awards

I would like to congratulate Holy Trinity student Sarah Becker on being the 2017 Youth Award Recipient at this year’s Crime Prevention Ottawa’s Community Safety Awards!  Sarah has invented a solar powered reflective backpack that alerts motorists when a cyclist is turning at night time, by flashing turn signals on the backpack.  I had the pleasure of meeting Sarah a few years ago when she was a grade 8 student at the Investigate! Innovate! Invent! Showcase that displayed hundreds of innovative ideas created by our students and was very impressed with Sarah’s complex design!  Congratulations again Sarah!

I would also like to congratulate Kanata South Crossing Guard Caroline Cross who has been a School Crossing Guard for many years in the ward.  Caroline was nominated and finished as a finalist for the Crime Prevention Safety Awards. Thank you to Caroline and the many other Crossing Guards in Kanata South for helping to keep our children safe on their way to and from school.

 

Hewitt Park Pathway

The rehabilitation work along the Hewitt Park multi-use pathway, from Pickford to Pickford, has begun and work is expected to continue until mid November (weather permitting). While the work is ongoing the pathway may be closed off to the public at certain times.  Up to date information can be found on my website at www.CouncillorAllanHubley.ca .

 

Annual Tree Lighting Ceremonies

As we approach the holiday season, it is once again time for the annual tree lighting ceremonies around Kanata South.

  • Glen Cairn Tree Lighting Ceremony (Castelfrank Road at McKitrick)– 6pm on November 14th
  • Bridlewood Tree Lighting Ceremony (Stonehaven Drive at the Eva James Community Centre) – 6:30pm on November 21st
  • Monahan Landing Tree Lighting Ceremony (Crownridge Park) – 6pm on November 28th

Please join the Glen Cairn Community Association, the Bridlewood Community Association, the Monahan Community Association and I for some hot chocolate, cookies, music and more to kick off the holiday season in Kanata South!  Hope to see you there!

 

Upcoming Events

November 14th: The Oasis in Kanata will offer a free presentation to be given by representatives of the Public Service Commission (PSC) on recruitment and the application process for Federal Government positions for people with mental illnesses. 6:30-8:30pn, Glen Cairn United Church, 140 Abbeyhill Drive.  To pre-register please call 613-860-7800 or go to http://micaontario.com/eventregistration.php.

November 18th: Community Concert – Earl of March S.S. Concert at 7pm with doors opening at 6 for a quilt show. Details and ticket info can be found at www.cfuwkanata.ca

November 19th: The Kanata Santa Claus Parade will take place at a new time and day this year.  Please note that this year’s parade will be held on Sunday November 19th starting at 1:30pm (same route as in previous years). Details can be found on the Hazeldean Mall website.

 

Working for Kanata South:

It is my privilege to serve as your Councillor. Please feel free to contact my office with any concerns or comments, by phone: 613-580-2752, or by email: allan.hubley@ottawa.ca.

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