CENTRAL EGLINTON COMMUNITY CENTRE 160 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto, Ontario M4P 3B5 Telephone: 416-392-0511 Fax 416-392-0514 Email: email@example.com www.centraleglinton.com IN THIS ISSUE Annual General Meeting Notice and Volunteer Appreciation Event …………….…...2 Health & Beauty Day ……………………….….3 Summer Day Camp………….…........................ 3 Upcoming Fundraising Events……………….... 4 Volunteer Opportunities …………………..…...5 Services Offered ……………………………... 6 Children‟s Programs ………………………..….7 Parent/Caregiver Resource Centre………….….8 Community Programs (Adults 18+) …………..13 Older Adult Programs (50+)………………….. 16 Computer Lab Programs……………………....18 Centre Hours Monday through Thursday 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. The Centre closes over the lunch hour, 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. on Saturdays. Holiday Closures Central Eglinton Community Centre will be closed to the public: Wednesday, July 1 – Canada Day Monday, August 3 – Civic Holiday Monday, September 7 – Labour Day 2 EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S REPORT celebrate another successful year of providing high quality programs and services to the community and, We can finally shed the last vestiges of winter and following the AGM, we will honour our corps of break out our summer clothes! Warmer weather dedicated volunteers. Please plan to join us in our allows us to be out and about more, enjoying the fine celebrations. weather and summer in Toronto – our world-class city. There‟s so much to see and do, starting right here at the I hope CECC will be part of your summer plans! Have Centre. Read on for more information…. a safe and happy summer! Our spring Income Tax Clinic was very successful again this year, thanks to many dedicated volunteers who booked appointments or prepared tax returns Susan Kee manually or electronically for over 900 people of all Executive Director ages. Over 70 volunteers contributed more than 1,250 hours of their time to help others! I‟m very proud to live and work in a community that shows this kind of community spirit. Our volunteers are the very best! We will celebrate these terrific folks at our annual Volunteer Appreciation Event on Tuesday, June 23rd at 7:00 p.m., following the Annual General Meeting. I hope you will join us for some entertainment and refreshments as we recognize these CECC Members and Volunteers very special people who contribute tirelessly to help Are Invited To Attend others in the community. Please RSVP to the front CECC’s Annual General Meeting desk at 416-392-0511. See you there! and Lace up your sneakers and join us on Sunday, June Volunteer Appreciation Event 14th for the Toronto Challenge, a pleasant 1 or 5 km. Tuesday, June 23, 2009 walk or run to raise funds for our Older Adult 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.* programs. It‟s a pleasant morning outing, starting and finishing at Metro Hall with the route taking in parts of We invite you to attend our Annual General Meeting on the Toronto waterfront. If you don‟t want to join us, Tuesday, June 23, 2009 at 6:30 p.m. to be followed by then please sponsor me (or any other Centre CECC’s Volunteer Appreciation Event from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. participant) with a pledge in any amount. Donations of Come out and support your Centre! $10.00 or more will receive a charitable income tax Volunteers: Sharing Skills, Changing Lives receipt. This will be my 14th year walking in this event Enjoy entertainment and refreshments as we celebrate the for the Centre. contributions of all of our CECC volunteers. Please R.S.V.P. by June 19 at 416-392-0511, ext. 0. Mark your calendars for our 7th Annual Health & Beauty Day on Thursday, June 11th from 10:00 a.m. *The Annual General Meeting will begin the evening with the until 3:00 p.m. It‟s a wonderful opportunity to meet Volunteer Appreciation Event to follow promptly at 7:00 p.m. and greet local health and wellness practitioners, get some useful information, see demonstrations and join us for a nutritious lunch or snack at the “In The Pink Café”. Come and find out about all things „wellness‟. I hope you will join us on Tuesday, June 23rd at 6:30 p.m. for our Annual General Meeting. It‟s your opportunity to get involved with your Centre. We will 4 CECC FUNDRAISING BOUTIQUE Quality gifts at excellent prices! NEW: Cooler Bag, perfect for picnics $4.00 Sunday, June 14, 2009 BBQ Apron & Set $15.00 Help CECC Raise Funds for the 50+ Program For the Garden: In 2007 and 2008, we earmarked funds from the Toronto Alpine Wooden Bird Feeder $7.00 Challenge to purchase a defibrillator for CECC. In 2006, Butterfly Feeder & Food $2.00 participants in the Toronto Challenge successfully raised Hummingbird Feeder: 2 styles enough funds to launch the Osteoporosis Prevention Program at CECC (which is still going strong). In 2005, Wishing Well $4.00 CECC was able to purchase Hearing Enhancement Hexagonal $3.00 Equipment for the 50+ Program. Let’s keep the successes Laughing Face Planter/Fountain $9.00 going! CECC has sent a team to the Toronto Challenge Sunday morning 5K walk (or run) for more than a decade! For you and yours: It‟s a fun, family event with both exercise and entertainment. Bath Gift Set (pink or purple) $8.00 CECC will take care of the registration for you. We’ll Desktop Organizer $7.00 even pick up your race kit for you before race day! And Infant Gift Set $12.00 – new this year - because City of Toronto policy bans Rain Hat (plaid) – reversible! $4.00 commercial water bottles from Metro Hall, you’ll even receive a CECC logo water bottle, For the kids! Guaranteed FUN! courtesy of CECC! All you have to do is collect some pledges – which will go Crayola Colouring Mat $5.00 to support CECC‟s 50+ Program – and Play & Learn Toy $7.00 show up on race day, Sunday, June 14, down at –Choose walkman, bear or butterfly! Metro Hall. After you‟ve walked (or ran) 5K – the walk Regener8r’s – 8 toys in one! $9.00 takes less than an hour - you‟ll receive a prize, lots of Toy Tool Box Set $12.00 yummy goodies, plus the knowledge that you have supported vital CECC programs. Check out these items: If you’re interested in walking or running on June 14, 5-Piece Stationery Gift Set $5.00 please phone Nancy at 416-392-0511, ext. 225 or e-mail Chrome Wire Caddy $1.00 firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like Magnetic Message Centre $7.00 to make a donation to support a CECC participant in the Toronto Challenge, you may do so at the CECC front desk. Organza Gift Bags 2 for $1.00 Purple Coin Bank $1.00 School/Office Kit $8.00 NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING All proceeds support CECC’s programs & services. All sales are final. TUESDAY, JUNE 23, at 6:30 p.m. BRING IN YOUR OLD PHONES TO As a CECC member, your participation in the election CECC! of the new Board of Management is essential. Please join us for a short business meeting to accept our 2008 This is a fundraising venture for CECC. Pitch In Canada is an organization that collects old cell phones which are audited financial report, and to elect new Board of refurbished for re-use in emerging countries, or cell phones Management members. that can be recycled. This is a fundraising venture that is A celebration to mark another successful year will also good for the environment. Pitch-In Canada will follow the Annual General Meeting. reimburse CECC for every cell phone we collect. The collection box is located in the lobby, to the right of the reception desk. 6 SERVICES OFFERED AT CENTRAL EGLINTON COMMUNITY CENTRE What else do we do here at Central Eglinton Community Centre, beside provide high quality, affordable programs for our community to enjoy? CHECK THESE OUT!! CHILDREN’S CLOTHING CLOSET Clothing for children Newborn to 5 years COMMUNITY BULLETIN BOARD We have a board just inside the doors of the Community Come and browse our selection located Centre that is loaded with community information. You in the Toy Library. Take clothes that you need can find job postings, items for sale, community event for your child. You may also donate children‟s clothes notices and much, much more. Check it out next time that are clean and in good repair and are no longer you are in the Centre. needed. Open Monday – Friday 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. FOOD BANK BOX Mon., Tues., & Thurs. 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Open Saturday 10:15 a.m. –12:00 noon Do you have a little extra that you 1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. would like to share with your community? Drop off your donations just inside the Community CHILDCARE REGISTRY Centre doors. If you are in need, drop by and help Babysitters, caregivers, and parents seeking childcare have yourself. listed their names in our directory. To view the binder, please ask at reception during office hours. CECC cannot COMPUTER LAB DROP-IN AT CECC assume responsibility for screening names in the No reservations! No membership fee! registry. Pay what you can! Suggested donation: 50 cents 8 computers with high-speed internet access! HASSLE FREE, FUN FILLED Drop-in hours: Monday through Thursday BIRTHDAY PARTIES afternoons, 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. Rent a room for your child‟s party! We have toys galore! Cost for printing just 20 cents per page. Cost: $50.00 CECC members, Phone 416 392-0511, ext. 0 for more information. $60.00 non-members Day/Time: Saturdays, 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Call 416-392-0511, ext. 224 for more details! THE CECC POP FRIDGE Tired of paying an arm and a leg for your pop, water and snacks? Then the CECC POP FRIDGE is FREE LEGAL ADVICE CLINIC where you should shop for your pop – and your water Central Eglinton Community Centre offers a Free Legal and your snacks. The price for a can of pop, bottle of Advice Clinic, on Wednesdays between 4:00 and 6:00 water or a snack is 75 cents. p.m. BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Lawyers Zeenath Zeath and Mbuso G. Nkosi will offer 20 minutes of free CECC’s USED BOOK SALE legal consultation. The Clinic is offered EVERY OTHER WEDNESDAY. Please call 416-392-0511, In the front lobby of CECC are hundreds of books and ext. 0 to book your appointment. magazines, all for sale. Paperbacks are 50 cents, hardcover books are $1.00, and magazines are just 10 FREE FINANCIAL PLANNING CLINIC cents. Sure, the library is free, but if you are going on holiday or just curling up for a quiet evening, spending Free financial planning advice is available 50 cents on a book that you don‟t have to worry about is by appointment at CECC. An Investment a great deal! Check out the variety of material. You Advisor/Chartered Accountant will provide won‟t go home empty-handed! Many thanks to all who advice on your tax, estate, insurance and investment have donated these items to CECC for this fundraising concerns, RRSP, RRIF and other issues. effort. Call 416-392-0511, ext. 0 to arrange a 45-minute appointment. 5 6 VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES AT CECC CECC AUCTION 2009 Do You Always Come Up with Where will it be? Brilliant Ideas That Work? What will be up for bidding? Why not share these ideas with the CECC Program Who will be there? Committee or PR/Fundraising Committee? Each Committee Why, you will be, of course! meets for 1 hour, 1 evening per month to brainstorm ideas. CECC‟s Auction is THE fun fundraising event of the 50+ Program Volunteer Opportunities season. Stay tuned for more details about the date and place for Auction 2009. Do you have a special skill or talent you would like to share with other CECC 50+ members? The 50+ Program is It‟s a fun night out – especially with a group – and the seeking volunteers to sit on an Advisory Committee, lead a funds raised go to a good cause, your neighbourhood workshop, present a travelogue, or share a skill/talent. This community centre. Last year there were fantastic deals is a great opportunity for someone who lives in the area and has a flexible schedule. on everything from sports tickets to sunglasses, manicures to massage therapy, restaurants to resort vacations, children‟s costumes to carwashes, watches to Event Helpers wine & cheese! And so much more! Last year’s We need strong backs and helping hands to Auction 2008 at Alleycatz was one of the best help set up and take down for CECC‟s community events throughout the year. If you enjoy physical ever, so you won’t want to miss Auction 2009. activity, working as part of a team, and creating a welcoming If you have a new item or two to donate for Auction environment for the community, this is the volunteer position 2009, please contact Nancy at 416-392-0511, ext. 225. for you. You must be able to lift tables and chairs, and go up If you‟re interested in volunteering for Auction 2009, and down stairs carrying set up materials. This is another please contact Mary at 416-392-0511, ext. 233. great opportunity for someone who lives in the area and has a flexible schedule. DONATIONS TO CECC Contact Mary Neeson, Volunteer Co-ordinator at email@example.com or 416-392-0511, ext. You may already know that CECC is a registered 233 . charity (Charitable Tax Registration number *CECC does not participate in Ontario Works (Work Fare) 11884 3093 RR0001) and thus the Centre is or any similar programs. able to give charitable tax receipts for donations of $10.00 or more. THE PAL-O-MINE CLUB Consider giving to CECC. You might mark a special occasion, a holiday, or someone‟s The after-school program at Central Eglinton birthday with a donation to CECC in your Community Centre: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, friend‟s name. and Thursdays from 3:30 to 6:00 p.m. Consider making CECC your United Way Campaign designation. The Centre regularly Sign up for one, two or three days per week receives small but significant payments through ($6.00 per day, $15.00 per week, per child). the United Way from generous folks who made A structured yet flexible schedule of play, homework CECC their charity of choice. help, club activities and snack. Club activities will Consider planned giving. A number of long- include drama, cooking, art, arts & crafts, games, time members of CECC have recently made scrapbooking, music and more, to be determined by the bequests to the community centre in their wills. Pal-O-Mine Club participants. We are grateful for this support which is Please phone Nancy at 416 392 0511, ext. 225 for more crucial to enhancing our programs. If you are information. considering planned giving, discuss it with We are currently picking up students from Eglinton your family, financial advisor and your lawyer. Public School and John Fisher. The Pal-O-Mine Club runs until Thursday, June 25. The Centre thanks The Printing House Ltd. Charitable Funded by City of Toronto Major Recreation Office for their recent donation. Partnership Program 3 7th Annual 6 Health & Beauty Day Thursday, June 11, 2009 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. CAMP PAL-O-MINE SUMMER DAY CAMP Free admission! June 29 – September 4 (10 weeks, no camp on Wednesday, July 1 or Free door prizes! Monday, August 3) (while supplies last) Weekly registration periods: Sign up for as many weeks as you need! Check out all the new displays and fascinating For children ages 4 – 12 demonstrations on every facet of Health & Beauty Camp Pal-O-Mine goes on a day trip (or two) at CECC’s 7th Annual Health & Beauty Day! every week! So far this year, the exciting array of exhibitors Last summer‟s trip destinations included: includes: Bowlerama, Canadian Opera Company, Casa Loma, Achieve Health, holistic nutrition The CNE, Fort York, Kidsports, Kortright Centre, Divine Healing Little Red Theatre, Mackenzie House, Mystic Drumz, Hicks Counselling National Film Board, Ontario Science Centre, Putting Isagenix Edge, ROM, Spadina House, Textile Museum, Toronto Mary Kay Cosmetics Zoo, Toronto Islands . . . Special theme days every Friday! Perfect Balance Therapies Summer 2008 theme days included: Pure Skin Salon & Spa Back in Time, Carnival Day, Farewell Ball, Quantum Energy Health Centre Holidays in the Summer, Iron Chef, Mystery Day, Rise & Shine Hypnosis Olympic Day, Pal-O-Mine Idol, Water Play Day. Total Equilibrium Camp core hours: 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Vishwa Nirmala Dharma Cost $140.00 per week (Includes all admission Meditation/Education fees, TTC/bus fare, and afternoon snack) AND MORE TO COME! Plus CECC Family Membership annual fee of Relax and enjoy a healthy lunch or snack at the $35.00 “In the Pink” Café. Extended summer camp hours: Have fun playing our Health & Beauty games. 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. and/or Test your knowledge with our Health & Beauty 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. quizzes (you could win a prize!). Cost for extended hours: $20.00 per week for morning or afternoon; $40.00 per week for both FUN & INFORMATIVE & FREE! morning and afternoon. SUBSIDIES AVAILABLE. Phone Nancy at If you are interested in booking a table for a 416-392-0511, ext. 225 for more information. display or demonstration, please phone Nancy For more information or to request a registration at 416-392-0511, ext. 225, or e-mail form, phone Nancy at 416-392-0511, ext. 225, or firstname.lastname@example.org. visit the CECC website at For more information, please phone Nancy at www.centraleglinton.com. 416-392-0511, ext. 225. To volunteer for this event, please phone Mary at Sign up now for great summer fun! 416-392-0511, ext. 233 Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis (not a lottery). Camp Pal-O-Mine Summer Day Camp is funded in part by City of Toronto Children’s Services; City of Toronto Major Recreation Partnership Program; and the Toronto Star Fresh Air Fund. 7 PARENT/CAREGIVER RESOURCE CENTRE CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS Please see the program registration procedure for summer programs below. Unless otherwise noted, all programs begin the week of June 29, 2009. Current CECC membership (expiry date – September 2009 or later) is required for registration in all children‟s programs (with the exception of Drop-Ins). Two unrelated children attending programs with one caregiver will be charged separately. REGISTRATION PROCEDURE FOR CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS Summer 2009 1. Fill out one registration form and one program choice form per child. 2. Drop off the forms in the ballot box no later than Saturday, May 30, 2009 at 4:00 p.m. at CECC. 3. Registration forms will be picked at random by staff until each class is full. (This is a lottery process.) 4. Parents will be notified by telephone on or before June 4 - 5, 2009. 5. Full payment is due on or before Friday, June 19, 2009 in order to confirm your child‟s spot in the class. NON PAYMENT BY FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 2009 MAY RESULT IN THE FORFEIT OF YOUR CHILD’S SPOT. INFANT PROGRAMS Must be accompanied by parent/caregiver BABY GYM MUSIC FOR YOU AND YOUR Ages 6 -12 months BABY Ages 4 – 12 months This active program is designed to promote and enhance your baby‟s This structured music time involves participating in gross motor skills. A combination of active music, learning songs and fingerplays with the equipment will be available for use – use of musical instruments, rhymes, bubbles, and a slides, balls and mats, in a free play parachute! format. Staff will be available to suggest different Day: Wednesdays activities that can help strengthen your baby‟s Time: 1:30 – 2:15 p.m. muscles. Sessions will end each week with a music Dates: Session I – July 8 – 29 (4 classes) time that will include songs, fingerplays, and Session II – August 5 - 26 (4 classes) rhymes. Cost: $28.00 per session Day: Thursdays Time: 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Date: Session I – July 2 - 23 (4 classes) Session II – August 6 – 27 (4 classes) Cost: $32.00 per session 8 PARENT/CAREGIVER RESOURCE CENTRE CHILDREN’S PROGRAMS INFANT MASSAGE Ages 8 weeks – 8 months Touch is your baby’s first language. Through touch SUMMER-IN-THE-PARK* and massage, you can communicate with your baby June Rowlands Park and help relieve baby’s stress through relaxation. Mt. Pleasant Rd. & Davisville Ave. Based on the International Association of Infant Massage, this 4-week program will provide you with hands-on practice using infant massage techniques in Ages newborn – 5 years a comfortable environment. Please bring a towel, the instructor will provide massage oil. accompanied by a parent/caregiver Jackie Coulter, the owner of Coulter Clinic, is a registered massage therapist and has lived and practiced in North Toronto for over 20 years. (*Registration is by Family) Day: Wednesdays Time: 10:00 – 11:00 a.m. This program offers a music circle, crafts, stories, Dates: July 8 - 29 (4 classes) games, snacks and free play in a well-shaded Cost: $36.00 environment. The June Rowlands Park playground (Manual/materials to be purchased through the area encourages gross motor skills, while the supervised teacher for $15.00) wading pool keeps the children and adults cool in the warm weather. TUESDAY STORY TIME This is a joint program of Central in the Toy Library Eglinton Community Centre and (Ages newborn to 5 years accompanied by Toronto’s Department of Parks and parent/caregiver) Recreation. Tuesdays, 11:30 a.m. until June 23. The program runs Monday to COST: FREE! Thursday (four mornings per week – weather permitting). (On rainy mornings the program is cancelled.) PARENT/CAREGIVER RESOURCE LIBRARY Families may register for any two days of the week. Located in the Toy Library, our Resource Library consists of books, articles, pamphlets and videos providing information PLEASE NOTE THAT FAMILIES MUST about child care, stress management, childbirth, child ATTEND ONLY ON DAYS REGISTERED. development, and behaviour management. Books, SORRY, MAKE-UP DAYS WILL NOT BE magazines and resources may be borrowed through our Toy Library program. Please feel free to browse when the Toy AVAILABLE. Library is open. Please indicate on the program choice form your STROLLER PARKING/CHILD choice of days (any 2 days) and session(s). MONITORING Due to fire and safety regulations, all strollers/carriages must Dates: July Session: June 29 – July 23 be parked in the designated area only in the lobby, giving free August Session: August 4 - 27 and unobstructed access to ramps and stairwells. No child, Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon sleeping or awake, may be left unattended in the Centre. Cost: $75.00 per month, per family Staff cannot assume responsibility for monitoring or supervising any child. 11 PARENT/CAREGIVER RESOURCE CENTRE PARENT/CAREGIVER TRIP TO BOWMANVILLE ZOO INFORMATION SESSIONS (Children 0 – 5 yrs. accompanied by parent/caregiver) Thursday, June 18 Please join us for FREE information sessions designed with parents, caregivers and children in mind. 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. Raising Healthy Children Join us as we go on safari to Bowmanville Naturally and Safely Zoological Park. Located 45 minutes east of Friday, May 15, 10:30 a.m. Toronto in Bowmanville, visit more than 300 Presented by Dr. Evan Hill, Cafe of Life Chiropractic, specializing creatures amidst 42 scenic acres of untamed, natural in Network Spinal Analysis and Nutritional Revitalization and parkland. Visit the animals, take in the Animatheatre Cleansing. show and enjoy a leisurely day at Canada‟s oldest Our neurological patterns are established early in life. Many parents raise their children knowing that certain everyday private zoo. We will be travelling by school bus, habits may be interfering or not fully maximizing the please bring an umbrella foldable potential development of their child. Join Dr. Evan as he stroller only. teaches parents and caregivers how to ensure that their Please arrive at CECC no later than child‟s growth and development is at its best. 9:15 a.m. to board the bus. COST: $ 18.00 per adult Choosing Childcare $ 12.00 per child Presented by Leanna Tuba B.A.A. (ECE), Family Resource Centre Co-ordinator, CECC Friday, May 29 at 10:30 a.m. (Price includes bus fee, admission to Bowmanville Are you planning to go back to work? Are you looking for Zoo, and admission to Animatheatre) quality childcare? Join Leanna for an informative session about choosing quality childcare. She will discuss all aspects of hiring a nanny/caregiver, childcare centres and TRIP TO PUCK’S FARM home childcare. Topics will include how to start looking (Children 0 – 5 yrs. accompanied by parent/caregiver) for and finding quality care. Thursday, September 24 FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE 9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. CONTACT LEANNA AT 416-392-0511, ext. 246 We‟re on the way, we‟re on the way, on Muffin Morning the way to Puck‟s Farm! Just north of Toronto in Schomberg (near Newmarket), Puck‟s June 5, July 3, August 7 and September 4 Farm will surely delight the child in each of us. On the first Friday of each month, drop by and Puck‟s Farm is the place to meet barnyard animals, pick up a freshly baked muffin to start off your relax on a horse-drawn hayride, enjoy a guided barn day. Flavours include Blueberry, Chocolate Chip, tour, pumpkin picking and pony rides. Make sure to Carrot and Oatmeal. Each muffin only 75¢ bring a litter-less lunch as there won‟t be any food available for purchase. We will be travelling by school bus, please bring an umbrella foldable Hawaiian Beach Party stroller only. Friday, August 21 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon Please arrive at CECC no later than 9:15 a.m. to board the bus. Join us for summer fun at our COST: $20.00 per adult 6th Annual Beach Party! $14.00 per child There will be special activities, crafts and more! (Price includes bus fee, admission to Puck‟s Farm Don’t forget to wear your brightest Hawaiian and all activities.) beachwear! Refreshments provided. 12 DROP-IN PROGRAMS Drop-ins are FREE for CECC members only. You must bring your valid Centre membership card CECC’s Toy each time you attend, and record your membership Lending Library number on the Drop-in sign-in list. We will be happy to provide you with an extra Choose from toys, books, videos, games and membership card if necessary. parent resources. Toy Library Membership is now included in your annual CECC family membership. These informal and unstructured programs Parents/Caregivers can: provide parents and caregivers with the Get to know other caregivers and children Share experiences opportunity to meet other families in the Take a look at our parenting and community. Registration and CECC caregivers’ resources membership are not required for Borrow toys, books, videos, games and participation in drop-in programs. parent resources for two weeks at a In order to maintain a safe and pleasant time Use our Kid’s Desk child friendly environment, CECC reserves the right to limit the computer program numbers of families in drop-ins to a maximum of 20 parents/caregivers, first come, first served. Toy Library Hours: Parents/caregivers are responsible to assist in Mon. 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon; 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. & cleanup. Let’s keep your CECC tidy. Thank You! 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. Tue. 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon; 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. & Cost: $2.00 per family per visit or visit 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. FREE with a valid CECC membership. Wed. 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon; 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. Thu. 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon; 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. & Mondays 1:30 – 4:30 p.m. newborn–5 yrs. 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. Fri. 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon & 1:00 to 3:30 p.m. Tuesdays Sat. 10:15 a.m. to 12:00 noon & 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. 1:30 – 4:30 p.m. newborn – 5 yrs. (Closed on June 11 for Health & Beauty Day) Tuesdays 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. newborn – 5 yrs. Please note….Toy Library users are responsible for tidying up the library before leaving. Wednesdays Please note: 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. newborn – 5 yrs. - No child can be left unattended in the Toy Library. - It is the responsibility of parents and Thursdays caregivers to supervise their child(ren). 2:30 – 4:30 p.m. newborn – 5 yrs. - Toys will be accepted for returns only during the Toy Library hours. Fridays - Toys returned when the Toy Library is closed 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 noon newborn – 5 yrs remain the responsibility of the member until the Saturdays Toy Library re-opens. - Fines of 10 cents per toy per day will be 10:15 a.m. – 12:00 noon newborn – 5 yrs. charged for overdue toys. Questions? Call Leanna at 416 392-0511, ext. 246. Drop In will be closed on June 11 for Health & Beauty Day. 13 COMMUNITY PROGRAMS (Adults 18+) Please come into the Centre to register or call 416-392-0511, ext 0. Please note: Classes require a minimum number of participants in order to run. There are NO refunds for withdrawals from community programs. If you are unsure of the program‟s suitability, you are welcome to visit the first scheduled class at no charge (subject to space availability). This first free visit offer does not apply to workshops or to the yoga/pilates courses. If you decide to register for the program after the first class, you would then pay the full program fee. No free visits will be allowed after the first scheduled class. Please phone Nancy at 416-392-0511, ext. 225 for more information or email email@example.com. Ballroom Dancing – Swing and Merengue Beginners’ Level IV Dance Workshop This class is a continuation of the Beginners‟ All Levels Level Ballroom Dance classes where you will continue to learn the basic frame, steps and movements to These two dance favourites are now more popular than ever. the three most popular Ballroom dances: the Graceful Waltz, Learn some fun turning combinations, sexy leg swivels and Passionate Tango and Elegant Foxtrot. basic steps to these up-beat and unique dances. Date: Tuesdays, June 9 - 30 (4 classes) Date: Tuesdays, June 9 - 30 (4 classes) Time: 7:30 – 8:30 p.m. Time: 6:15 – 7:15 p.m. Cost: $50.00 CECC members, $55.00 non-members Cost: $50.00 CECC members, $55.00 non-members Lola Ilizirov is a Professional Dancer and Certified Instructor in REAL ESTATE REVEALED PRESENTS: American/International Style Latin and Ballroom. She has been performing and competing for over 20 years and currently “A HOME OF HER OWN” - A HOME teaches out of the Joy of Dance Studios. BUYING SEMINAR FOR WOMEN Debating about entering the home buying market? Is FREE WRITING WORKSHOP now the right time? Want to know how to save time, Presented by Magie Dominic and The League of money and grief? Get an insider’s view as we cover all the essential topics in the home buying process. Canadian Poets, sponsored by the Toronto Arts Council * What are the steps involved and how to avoid costly Date: Saturday, June 20 – 1:30 – 3:45 p.m. mistakes? Part I: Bring your manuscript and discuss your writing. * How to spot a good deal Part II: Workshop * How to negotiate your home purchase in the current The three main reasons to write: market • write for yourself * Tricks to getting the lender to finance your dream • write for an audience * Variable or fixed rate? • write for the public * Your down payment – creative ways to uncover it The goal of the workshop is to write - regardless of how * Is co-buying with friends a good idea? brief some phrases may be. Through a series of exercises, we * Women and real estate develop the phrases into sentences, then paragraphs. The We encourage participants to bring focus will be on poetry, non-fiction, and life writing. questions that they would like Participants will be guided in which ever genre they choose. answered. At the completion of the workshop, each participant will have developed either the outline for a series of poems; an DATE: Thursday, June 18 essay; or, depending on the experience and/or intention of TIME: 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. the participant, an outline for a story they‟ve been wanting to COST: FREE! write. Magie Dominic is a Canadian writer and artist, and author of three-time SEATS ARE LIMITED! PLEASE RSVP AT: 416-721- nominated memoir, The Queen of Peace Room. Her poetry has 9800 appeared in national and literary magazines. She is a member of The This informative session is presented to you by: Mortgage League of Canadian Poets and has conducted this workshop with Architects, a lawyer specializing in real estate and Royal participants as diverse as teenagers at risk, Canadian writers at a yearly LePage R.E.S. Ltd.,/ JOHNSTON & DANIEL DIVISION, conference, groups at a public library, college students, and women in a Brokerage shelter. Her experience has been that people want to write and often seek “permission” to begin. “My goal, my hope, is to offer them that beginning.” 14 COMMUNITY PROGRAMS (Adults 18+) Please come into the Centre to register or call 416-392-0511, ext 0. Please note: Classes require a minimum number of participants in order to run. There are NO refunds for withdrawals from community programs. If you are unsure of the program‟s suitability, you are welcome to visit the first scheduled class at no charge (subject to space availability). This first free visit offer does not apply to workshops or to the yoga/pilates courses. If you decide to register for the program after the first class, you would then pay the full program fee. No free visits will be allowed after the first scheduled class. Please phone Nancy at 416-392-0511, ext. 225 for more information or email firstname.lastname@example.org. BELLY DANCING NEW CLASS DRAWING FOR THE ABSOLUTELY This summer we will learn to play the “zils” or TERRIFIED BEGINNER cymbals, which are a hallmark of belly dancing, and we will But all levels are welcome! learn simple choreography to accompany them. This class is open to all levels of Belly Dance Students. Class is If you can write or print, you can draw. limited to 12 participants. Talent may speed up the process. However, Belly Dancing is taught by Fayrouza (Jackie Coulter), who studies with drawing is a learned skill that anyone can one of the foremost performers and teachers of Egyptian belly dance in achieve with direction and practice. Toronto, Badia Star. Jackie Coulter (Coulter Clinic) is a registered Learning to draw can be the gateway to self-expression and massage therapist and has lived and practiced in North Toronto for over appreciation of the world at large. 20 years. “Drawing for the Absolutely Terrified Beginner” is taught by Lester Clarke, an artist and illustrator who is a graduate of Sheridan College Date: Mondays, July 6 – 27 (4 classes) and presently teaches art with Toronto Parks and Recreation. Time: 6:15 – 7:15 p.m. Date: Mondays, July 6 – August 17 Cost: $35.00 CECC members, $40.00 non-members (6 classes, no class August 3) Time: 6:45 – 8:45 p.m. CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH Cost: $45.00 CECC members, $50.00 non-members Would you like to have the opportunity to acquire the basic skills for listening and communicating in Spanish in a useful ART FUNDAMENTALS manner day to day? This conversation program provides you This class will teach you everything you need to with this opportunity. You are invited to learn know about the fundamentals of art, such as conversational Spanish in a small group, and improve your illustration techniques, mixing colours for skills in a friendly environment. painting with acrylics and watercolours, colour theory, The instructor has many years of experience in teaching Spanish. perspective, realism and abstract art using multi-media Date: Mondays, July 6 – August 24 materials. (7 classes – no class August 3) Date: Wednesdays, July 8 – August 26 (8 classes) Time: First class: 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Time: 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. Remaining 6 classes, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Cost: $55.00 CECC members, $60.00 non-members Cost: $60.00 CECC members, $65.00 non-members STILL LIFE PAINTING Students will learn the fundamentals of painting still life WOMEN’S LATIN MOVEMENT with acrylics and/or oils. Students will WORKSHOP All levels welcome! learn how to mix colours, value, Get ready to learn the sensual movement of Latin Dancing. composition and various techniques and You will learn weight transfer, arm styling, hip rotation and styles of painting still life. lots lots more! This class will help you improve your overall Art Fundamentals & Still Life Painting are instructed by Mike Goodge, posture and core muscle strength. The instructor, Lola who studied art and film at the University of Central Florida and taught art classes in Orlando before moving to Toronto in 2006, where he is Ilizirov, also teaches Ballroom Dancing & Swing currently teaching in schools and community centres. Check out his Workshops described on pg.13. website at www.geocities.com/mgoodge.geo Date: Tuesdays, August 4 – 25 (4 classes) Date: Tuesdays, July 7 – August 25 (8 classes) Time: 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Time: 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. Cost: $50.00 CECC members, Cost: $55.00 CECC members, $60.00 non-members $55.00 non-members 15 COMMUNITY PROGRAMS (Adults 18+) CONVERSATIONAL ITALIAN YOGA & PILATES CLASSES BUON VIAGGIO! Please come into the Centre to register, or call 416- Don’t just eat Italian, speak it! 392-0511, ext. 0 to register by phone. Please note: Tutorino’s 6-lesson travel primer will teach you enough Classes require a minimum number of Italian so that you will really enjoy your trip. Topics include: participants in order to run. There are NO 1. getting acquainted – how to meet and greet, REFUNDS for withdrawals from Yoga & mix and mingle Pilates classes. If you are unsure of the 2. getting around – how to ask for and understand program‟s suitability, you are welcome to visit the first scheduled directions class for $5.00 (subject to space availability). If you decide to register for the program after the first class, you would then pay 3. the numbers – good for haggling the full program fee less $5.00. For Yoga & Pilates classes 4. the time – so you don‟t miss any important events only, students may drop in to any class, subject to space 5. the ristorante – how to order when dining out availability, for $10.00 per class. 6. aiuto! – how to ask for help if you have an emergency NEW: If you miss a class that you have registered for, (not that there will be one!) you will only be able to make up that class BY PAYING Taught by a fun and friendly expat AN ADMINISTRATION FEE OF $5.00 to attend Italian, this engaging interactive course is another class in the same session. the quickest and easiest way to enhance your next viaggio! Brought to you by www.tutorino.ca YOGA & PILATES Date: Tuesdays, July 7 – August 11 (6 classes) Saturday Morning - with Brigitte Time: 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. (Class may run until 8:30 p.m. In this great stretch and work-out class, which depending upon the size of the class.) combines Yoga and Pilates, lengthen your muscles and Cost: $60.00 CECC members, $65.00 non-members tone your body. People get longer and stronger in this class! CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH Date: Saturday, June 13 – August 29 (12 classes) INTERMEDIATE LEVEL Time: 10:15 – 11:30 a.m. (1¼ hours) Cost: $108.00 CECC members, $118.00 non-members This course will help you to continue to hone your skills in the art of French language conversation. The instructor has many years of experience with CECC and has YOGA/PILATES - Tuesday Lunch-Time also taught with the Toronto District School Board. Class Stretch & Strength on Tuesdays! size is limited to 12 participants, so that learning can take Instructor: Terri-Louise place in a relaxed and fun environment. One week: Yoga stretches which promote physical and Date: Wednesdays, July 8 – August 19 mental health. The next week: Pilates to build your total (7 classes – 10 hours of instruction) body and core strength. Time: First class: 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. Date: Tuesday, July 7 – August 25 (8 classes) Remaining 6 classes, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Time: 12:00 noon – 1:00 p.m. (1 hour) Cost: $60.00 CECC members, $65.00 non-members Cost: $64.00 CECC members, $74.00 non-members YOGA Wednesday Evening with Toni GET YOURS FOR Build your energy and stretch your body and mind. An THE SUMMER! excellent way to energize for the rest of your week! Date: Wednesday, July 8 – September 9 (10 classes) CECC T-SHIRTS Time: 7:15 – 8:30 p.m. (1¼ hours) These cheerful red T-shirts with CECC‟s logo will make a Cost: $90.00 CECC members, $100.00, non-members charming and useful addition to anyone‟s wardrobe. Wear them at yoga, over your bathing suit, as night wear – or YOGA FOR ADULTS 50+ around the town! Just $15.00 each. Why not buy 2? Sizes available: medium, large and X-large. Buy yours today from Please see page 17. CECC! 16 50+ PROGRAMS For full details on all 50+ programming, please refer to the May/June and July/August 50+ Calendars Your 50 + membership fee of $25.00 ($30.00 per couple) supports the Centre and its programs. CECC members receive quarterly newsletters and 50+ Program Calendars every two months by mail. All CECC programs are smoke-free, including bus trips and luncheons. Our facilities are wheel-chair accessible. CECC’s 50+ Programs are fully equipped with hearing enhancement equipment. Please call Blythe, Older Adult Program Co-ordinator at 416-392-0511, ext. 228 with any questions you may have about the 50+ programs or the calendar. *LUNCHEONS *BUS TRIPS Please call 416-392-0511, ext 0 Please phone 416-392-0511, ext. 0 to register. to register. *MAY LUNCHEON DATE In MAY, we’ll take our first bus trip of the season The Hot House Café & a visit to the Market Gallery around the lake to Niagara Falls to tour the Mt. Carmel Exhibit – Lit City – Toronto through the Eyes of Monastery & Chapel and the Chateau Park Museum Authors & Artists. & Art Gallery. Before our Monastery visit, we’ll stop for After our lunch at The Hot House Café, we’ll stroll over to a delicious home-style lunch at famous Betty’s in check out the Market Gallery exhibit. Fifteen participants only. Chippewa. Please see the 50+ May/June Calendar for more For full details, please see the May/June 50+ information. Calendar. Date: Tuesday, May 5 Date: Thursday, May 28 Time: 12:00 noon (lunch) Time: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Cost: Please order and pay for your Cost: $73.00 CECC members, $83.00 non-members. own lunch. Registration closes Payment is due one week after registering for this Monday, May 4, or when fully booked. trip. Registration closes Monday, May 25, or when fully booked. *JUNE LUNCHEON DATE The Mandarin In JUNE, we will have an Anne of Green Gables Day. Join the lunch bunch today at Toronto’s favourite Asian buffet. We’ll begin our day with a tour of St. Paul’s Church & There’s something here for everyone and the price is very Leaksdale Manse and be treated to refreshments. In Uxbridge affordable. Fifteen participants only. Please see the 50+ we’ll lunch at the Tin Mill. We’ll visit the marble memorial of a May/June Calendar for more information. former mayor of Toronto, Thomas Foster, and, time permitting, Date: Tuesday, June 16 stop for ice cream on the way home. Time: 11:30 a.m. For full details and menu selection, please see the Cost: $15.00 CECC members, $25.00 non-members 50+ May/June Calendar. Registration closes Monday, June 8 or when fully booked. Date: Thursday, June 25 Time: 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Cost: $90.00 CECC members, $100.00 non- *CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH members. Payment is due one week after registering for this trip. Registration closes Monday, June 22, or Hola! Join instructor Elizabeth on Wednesday when fully booked. mornings to learn the beautiful Spanish language. This class is for those just learning to speak, or those who are a bit rusty. 50+ Program Volunteer Opportunities Day: Wednesdays Do you have a special skill or hobby you would like Dates: May 6 – June 10 (six 1-hour classes) to share with other CECC 50+ members? The 50+ Program Time: 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon. is seeking volunteers to participate in the 50 + Program (Program Room, 2nd floor) Advisory Committee, lead a workshop, demonstrate arts & Cost: $30.00 CECC members, $40.00 non-members crafts, present a travelogue, or share a skill/interest. Please contact Mary Neeson, CECC’s Volunteer Co-ordinator at 416-392-0511, ext. 233 for more information. 17 LUNCH & LEARN *YOGA FOR ADULTS 50+ See the 50+ Calendar for full details! Come and check out these classes especially designed for Tuesday, May 19 – Chinese Lantern Festival adults 50+ and featuring stretching, mat work and standing slide show postures. All students work at their own pace. *Tuesday, June 2 – *St. Elizabeth Health Date: Tuesdays, July 7– Sept. 8 (10 classes) Care – Building Bridges to Better Health Time: 1:30 – 2:45 p.m. presentation. Cost: $90.00 CECC members, $100.00 non-members Drop-in to ongoing Tuesday or Friday afternoon classes in May and June for $10.00 per class. 50+ PROGRAMS * Indicates you must register for the program. *CHAIR YOGA The bi-monthly 50+ Calendars provide full New to Yoga? Have mobility issues? Then details on these activities for adults 50+: try Yoga exercise sitting in a comfortable, supportive chair, and reap the same THE COFFEE CAFÉ- meets once a month to discuss benefits as mat Yoga exercise! Chair Yoga an interesting topic or view a documentary film. FREE uses straps and blocks to enhance balance, and each unless indicated. class ends with 15 minutes of relaxation, aromatherapy, soft music, meditation & gentle CLOSED CAPTIONED MOVIES –For people who touch. All levels welcome! See 50+ calendar for enjoy films but may be having some difficulty in hearing. Movies are all recent releases and begin at more information. 1:30 p.m. The cost is $2.00 for refreshments. Date: Wednesdays, May 13 – June 17 (six one-hour classes) CARDS AND GAMES CLUB – Cards & Games Time: 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. players meet every two weeks at 1:00 p.m. FREE! Cost: $60.00 CECC members, $70.00 non-members CURRENT EVENTS – This lively drop-in group meets every Monday at 1:00 p.m. FREE! LUNCH AND LEARN – Informative lectures are held *MONDAY once or twice a month. FREE unless indicated. OSTEO EXERCISE MOVIE MATINEE – New video releases are shown two or three times every month at 1:30 p.m. Cost: Help prevent Osteoporosis with these Monday classes with $2.00 for refreshments. the same great instructor (Yvonne) & the same great MONTHLY BIRTHDAY CLUB & CURRENT EVENTS work-out routine as in Wednesday classes. – Join us on the last Monday of the month for lively Date: Mondays, May 4 – June 22 discussion, tea, coffee and birthday cake. Cost: $2.00 (7 classes, no class May 18, Victoria Day) *LUNCHEONS – We dine our way around the city Time: 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. visiting various restaurants. Cost: $35.00 CECC members, $40.00 non-members *TORONTO OUTINGS - Once or twice a month we venture out to explore our exciting City. *WEDNESDAY OSTEO *BUS TRIPS - Seasonal bus trips to a variety of EXERCISE destinations. Prices vary. (Formerly Osteoporosis Prevention Exercise) *FITNESS - We offer a great variety of 50+ fitness Help prevent Osteoporosis with these exercise classes led programs at reasonable prices. Check the 50+ by Yvonne Kertesz who will expertly guide you through the Calendar for full details. four components of the class: warm-up, walking or *FOOT CARE CLINIC – provided at a cost of $30.00 dancercise, strength & endurance, and cool-down & stretching. per visit. Call 416-392-0511, ext. 0 to make an appointment. Date: Wednesdays, May 13 – June 17 (6 classes) Time: 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. CINE-CLUB - We view interesting foreign, art & film Cost: $30.00 CECC members, $35.00 non-members festival movies once a month @ 3:00 p.m. FREE 18 COMPUTER LAB COURSES SUMMER 2009 To register, please phone 416-392-0511, ext. 0, or come into the Centre. Please note: A minimum number of registrants is required to run each course. INTRODUCTION TO THE PERSONAL BUYING AND SELLING COMPUTER ON E-BAY with PayPal “If you’re new to computers, this is the class for Prerequisite: Thorough understanding of the use of you.” your computer and the internet. Bring pen, notebook, Week 1 The Fundamentals: Starting and logging and computer headphones (if possible). on. Using the Mouse. Week 1 Walk through and Creation of PayPal Week 2 Working with Windows: Starting a Account: Opening a personal account. Building program. Understanding a Window. your profile. Choosing Personal or Premium Week 3 Working with Windows Programs: Using account. The PayPal User Agreement and Policy. menus, toolbars, dialogue box. Entering text. Your right of arbitration and claim. Keeping your Saving and opening files. User Profile up to date. Week 4 Working with Files and Folders: Week 2 Buying on eBay: How to bid and buy. Understanding storage devices, folders and First time bidding and buying. Paying and tracking files. Using My Computer. purchases. Smart shopping on eBay. EBay buyer tools. Date: Mondays, July 13 – August 10 (no class Week 3 Selling on eBay: How to sell. Getting August 3) ready to sell. Listing kept simple on eBay. Sell Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon your item. After the listing ends. Cost: $55.00 members, $60.00 non-members Week 4 More about Selling and Final Wrap up: Quick start basic keys to eBay selling success. INTERNET COURSE Final wrap up and question period. “The Internet: Worlds to Explore!” Date: Wednesdays, July 15 – August 5 Pre-requisite: Introduction to the Personal Computer or Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon equivalent experience. Cost: $55.00 members, $60.00 non-members Week 1 Exploring the Internet: Introduction to the Internet. What is a browser. DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY Web pages and the information bar. Photograph Correction & Free Tools: “Here’s where Week 2 Exploring the Aspects: Surfing, you can learn to repair old photographs or touch up information and news blogs. Chatting, a new digital photograph.” Internet phone and entertainment (world radio Pre-requisite: Introduction to the Personal Computer or equivalent experience & TV). Shopping. Free software. Week 1 Your Camera: Intro to the Digital Camera. Downloading and printing pictures & files. Transferring digital photos to the computer. Week 3 A Deeper Look: Searching the internet, the Week 2 Editing Your Images: Where to get free proper procedures. Installing free tools for Internet tools. Using a scanner (bring a picture to scan). multimedia (movies, music & international live Photoshop and Paintshop Pro. radio). Week 3 Your Project Needs: Colour and the Week 4 E-mail: Internet e-mail set up and use. computer. Project commencement: repair a photo Adding a name to the address book. (you repair a personal photo). Week 5 Finding Free Resources: Finding free tools Week 4 Project Completion & ,lfor security and computer safety. Review Date: Thursdays, July 16 – August 6 Date: Tuesdays, July 14 – August 11 Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon Time: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon Cost: $55.00 members, $60.00 non-members Cost: $65.00 members, $70.00 non-members 19 Patrick Rocca B.A.A. Broker, McGillivray Award Bus: (416) 322-8000 Fax: (416) 322-8800 BOSLEY REAL ESTATE 290 Merton Street Toronto, Ont. M4S 1A9 email: email@example.com www.patrickrocca.com BRIAN CHONG, B.B.A., FMA, C.A. CIBC CIBC WOOD GUNDY Investment Advisor DUNDEE SECURITIES CORPORATION CIBC World Markets Inc. 100 Commerce Valley Drive, Ste. 408 One City Centre Drive CHRISTOPHER ANDERSON Suite 1100 Thornhill, Ontario L3T 7W3 B.SC., F.C.S.I, Vice President Mississauga, ON. L5B 1M2 Phone: 905-763-2339, Ext. 27 Investment Advisor Cell: 416-738-4608 firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 905-897-3715 CIBC Wood Gundy is a division of Fax: 905-897-0743 Fax: 416-946-1822 CIBC World Markets Toll free: 1-800-567-5889 email@example.com www.dundeewealth.com/-bchong Scotiabank FOUR TEDDINGTON PARK Nino Pasquariello, FMA, Manager, RETIREMENT RESIDENCE Yonge & Eglinton 2200 Yonge Street Toronto, Ontario M4S 2C7 Call for a Tour and Tel: 416-932-3791 Fax: 416-932-3166 Complimentary Lunch Today! 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Toronto, Ontario M4S 2J9 Phone: 416-481-3378 Visit our website: www.millwoodwineworks.ca Fax: 416-481-5278 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.drlistro.com email@example.com NEWSLETTER ADVERTISING YOUR RATES AD 1 issue $ 50.00 HERE! 2 issues $ 75.00 Call Anna Marie at 416-392-0511, ext. 224 3 issues $ 100.00 4 issues $ 115.00 CENTRAL EGLINTON COMMUNITY CENTRE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT Susan Innes, Chair Wilmar Kortleever, Vice-Chair Larry Binns, Treasurer Kelly Beale Joanne Rice David Shtern Abdul Versi Councillor Michael Walker, Appointed Member 20 MEMBERSHIP MISSION STATEMENT CECC memberships are available, renewable annually (and please Central Eglinton Community Centre provides programs and note, memberships are non-refundable). With CECC membership, services to meet the diverse and changing needs of our you have voting privileges at the Annual General Meeting and community. We are committed to: receive the CECC newsletter quarterly. Family members can attend all drop-ins for free. Additionally, Older Adult/50+ members High quality programming receive the OA/50+ Program Calendar six times per year. CECC Financial, physical and social accessibility membership is required for registration in FRC and day camp programs, and entitles members to a discount in the OA/50+ and Volunteerism Community Adult programs. New members are always welcome. Providing opportunities for community participation. Join us today! We encourage the development of a forum for individuals to Family (Including Toy Library) $35.00 per year share their concerns and ideas, and to work together in the Individual $25.00 per year resolution of community issues within an environment that 50+/Older Adult $25.00 per year fosters dignity and equity. 50+/Older Adult Couple $30.00 per couple/year Groups $75.00 per year CHARITABLE DONATIONS Central Eglinton Community Centre Staff CECC is a registered non-profit charitable organization (Registered Charity # 11884 3093 RR0001). Individuals who wish to make a donation to the Centre will receive a charitable donation receipt for Susan Kee Executive Director tax purposes for donations of $10.00 or more. Regina Chan Finance Manager Anna Marie Dodgson Office Manager REFUND POLICY Johanne Letlow Evening/Sat. Receptionist Nancy Lyon Program & Resource Development There are no refunds for withdrawals from any programs Manager (including classes, workshops, luncheons, bus trips, theatre Mary Neeson Volunteer Co-ordinator tickets and outings). In lieu of refunds, a credit voucher, less Denise Pivott Clerical Assistant a 15% administrative fee, redeemable for a twelve- month Blythe Runnett Older Adult Program period, will be issued. No credit vouchers will be issued for Co-ordinator pre-paid event tickets (theatre tickets, bus trips, luncheons, Leanna Tuba Family Resource Centre etc). Any refunds granted will be at the Program Manager’s discretion and subject to a 15% administrative fee. No Co-ordinator refunds or credits will be issued for Centre memberships. Any cheque returned by the bank for any reason will be subject to a $25.00 charge.
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