VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR THE SPRING MEMBERSHIP DRIVE!

Posted April 13, 2014 by RPCA Communications
Categories: From the Board

We are having a membership drive in May, and are asking for volunteers to canvass their streets to collect annual membership dues and to encourage non-members to join the RPCA.  A new iniative this year allows all RPCA members a  5% discount at Rona, who will in turn donate 5% of the purchase to the RPCA.

Please email Heather Dunlop hdunlop@rogers.com and advise her what  street(s) you would be willing to canvass.  By May we may have some nice spring weather, and it will give you an opportunity to get out and say hello to your neighbours who have hibernating all winter!

Russell Heights Tree Replacement Fundraiser

Posted April 13, 2014 by RPCA Communications
Categories: Community Notices

Students on the Leading Edge is a grade 7/8 class at Vincent Massey that engages in a community project every year. With the recent removal of over 75 ash trees in the Russell Heights community, the students decided to reverse this impact by replanting new trees. We are working with Artistic Landscaping and want to fundraise enough for 20 maple trees. Students have researched this idea from having Ecology Ottawa to determine how the naturalization process should take place to engaging in writing grants for support.

http://www.gofundme.com/724tvs

Spring Park Clean-up Day – Sat. May 3rd

Posted April 13, 2014 by RPCA Communications
Categories: Events

As part of the Adopt-a- Park Program, the Riverview Park Community Association will be holding its annual Spring Park Clean-up Day on Saturday, May 3rd at 10: a.m.- rain or shine. Please join your neighbours at your local park and pitch in to help at Alda Burt, Balena, Coronation, Dale, Hutton, or Riverview. Garbage bags and plastic gloves will be provided.

Easter Egg Hunt – Saturday, 19 April 2014

Posted April 9, 2014 by RPCA Communications
Categories: Events

Community Easter Egg Hunt 

Saturday, April 19th, 2014…rain, shine or SNOW!

Balena Park (washrooms will be accessible)
1640 Devon Street

9:15 am – parents arrive to hide the eggs
10:00 am – kids arrive and the hunt begins!

Please drop off 10 plastic eggs with peanut-free treats inside (10 eggs per child)

There will be coffee and hot chocolate provided. We will also set up a snack table for any goodies people would like to share. You’re encouraged to contribute to the potluck cookie/treat table.

** SPECIAL NOTE: There will be people present with serious peanut and nut allergies. Please try to keep all treats in the eggs and snacks peanut and nut free.

Hope you can make it! Please share the event with your friends and neighbours!

 

Ottawa’s Worst Roads

Posted March 30, 2014 by RPCA Communications
Categories: From the Board

If you think that Industrial Avenue is the worst road in Ottawa, please click on the link below and vote.  Hopefully if we get enough votes some action can be taken to improve the roadway!

http://caaworstroads.com/home/index/6

Hospital Link Community Information Session

Posted March 9, 2014 by RPCA Communications
Categories: AVTC

Peter Hume’s office has been preparing for an open house to present design and construction details for the Hospital Link project to the community.

Attached is a copy of a flyer to be distributed by Canada Post over the next few days. It provides details of the Hospital Link Community Information Session, which will be held, Wednesday, March 26, 2014, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Vincent Massy Public School on Smyth Road.

As of end of day Monday, March 10th, you will also be able to view the open house information boards on Councillor Hume’s website at peterhume.ca.

 We hope you will review the information and provide feedback to Councillor Hume and if available, attend the community meeting on March 26.

Hospital Link-Flyer March 2014

Riverview Park Winter Adventure

Posted February 11, 2014 by RPCA Communications
Categories: Events

GREAT RIVERVIEW PARK FOREST WINTER ADVENTURE:

SUNDAY FEB 23 FROM 2pm – 4 pm

Bring your sleds and hot chocolate for the Third Annual Great Riverview Park Forest Winter Adventure. This fun-filled neighbour-organized event takes place at “Cloudmaker Hill,”  the slope beside the Ottawa Hospital’s co-generation plant, south of Riverview School grounds.

P.S….Take care while tobogganing: walk up the sides of the hill and wear a helmet.

Riverview Winter Adventure 2014


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