Church of Our Lady CWL Fall Gathering will be held at St. Joseph’s Hall on November 5th.
It will begin at 11:00 with mass followed by lunch and guest speaker Carla Carlson on palliative care and euthanasia. All women of the parish are invited.
For further information, check out Church of Our Lady, Moose Jaw on Facebook or call Vickie @ 306-692-2950.
E3: The Equip, Educate and Empowering Parents (E3) Workshop
This group is appropriate for parents/caregivers who may be struggling with their teens on a variety of issues such as drugs, alcohol, anger and family conflict. The workshop will provide information on communication styles, healthy boundaries, handling stress, family dynamics as well as how to support, love and understand your teen.
This workshop is for parents and caregivers only. No childcare is provided for these sessions.
Length: 3 weeks for 2 hours per week
Location: Crescent View Clinic – 131 1st. Ave. NE
A little snow wasn’t going to stop our campers from getting out there and working together to have a good time. Exploring all that Moose Jaw has to offer. Great to see them having so much fun even though the day didn’t go as planned. Phoenix Pride!!!
Holy Trinity Catholic School Division Board Elections Candidates Forum
Holy Trinity Catholic School Division invites Catholic electors to attend a Candidates’ Forum to hear from the Moose Jaw candidates running for four Moose Jaw seats on Holy Trinity’s Board of Education. The forum will be held in Vanier Collegiate library on Wednesday, October 12th @ 7:00 PM. To see the list of Candidates please go to www.htcsd.ca. Board elections will be held on October 26, 2016.
A special thank you BBQ to our generous neighbors. They made a wonderful contribution to the beautification of our school. The TD Green Space came to fruition in part because of Eneray Sustatinable Solutions generosity. You can view their website here to get an idea of the kind of work they do http://www.eneray.ca/.
Another great sponsor of the project was Dome construction.
Special thank you to TD Bank, Eneray Sustainable Solutions and Dome Construction. All contributions are great appreciated.
Presenting the Phoenix Academy Graduates.
The staff and Phoenix Academy is extremely proud to present out graduating class of 2016. As the year progresses we get to see the students set goals and achieve them. This is always a great as we get to help them along during this time. We would like to take this opportunity to wish all of our graduates the absolute best in their future no matter where it takes them.
Students at Phoenix Academy are learning valuable skills while improving and improving the look of the school. Students and staff are excited about the progress and how it has improved the look of the school. The students have taken some ownership and really enjoyed the time out working in the soil.
The project includes tree planting, laying mulch, and installing plastic edging in a variety of designs.
Additional thanks to the following…
Mental health and addictions workers of Five Hills Health Region.
Neighbouring business Eneray Sustainable Structures.
We appreciate all the help. Thank you all so much and we hope you enjoy it as much as we do.