Please join us for a brief Remembrance Day ceremony in honour of those who have served and continue to serve our country. The U of S ceremony has been held for 90 years and also serves to recognize the incredible contributions and sacrifices of our university community. Please bring a wreath to lay in remembrance if you wish.Sunday, November 11,1:30pmMemorial Gates (near the College Drive entrance to Royal University Hospital)
Free Family Event, Activities For Children Concession
What: Greystone Height Community Bingo Night
Greystone Height Community Accociation Annual General Meeting
Date: Friday October 19
Doors Open: 6:30pm
Location: Greystone School
Note: Children under 13 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
Sept 17th – Nov 22nd
Basketball – M, T, W – Varied ages and times
Pickleball: Mon (7 – 8pm) – $30
Yoga: Tue (6:30 – 8pm) – $80
Floor Hockey: Tue (8:15-9:15pm) $30
Soccer: Thu (6 – 7pm) – $100
Free Youth Night: Thu (7 – 9pm)
Preschool Blast: Thu (6-7) – $35
Taekwondo: Thu (7 – 8) – $35
Registration night – Sept 12th (6:30 – 8) @ Greystone School
GReystone Community Association
August 2, 2018
Greetings Greystone Soccer Families!
I hope you are having a wonderful summer! With August now upon us, it is time for community associations to finalize our plans for the winter and fall programs being offered.
At this time, we do not have a soccer coordinator and are requesting a volunteer for this position by August 10, 2018. Our soccer coordinator is integral to planning our fall/winter indoor soccer programs and our spring outdoor soccer programs.
In the event we do not have a volunteer for the position, we will be unable to provide soccer programming for Greystone Heights and area.
Please contact Sherrie Dennis at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or phone 306-373-0857.
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Redeemer Lutheran Church Community Garage Sale
Saturday, May 27th from 8:00am – 4:00pm
812 Preston Avenue – corner of 8th & Presto
>> Email from Dr. Tarun Katapally, Assistant Professor of JSGS, U. of Regina
I would personally like to invite you to become a Citizen Scientist for the SMART Study. This initiative has been funded by SHRF to not only understand active living patterns among Saskatchewan residents, but also to allow Citizen Scientists to map barriers and facilitators of active living using Smartphone camera and audio features. The study has a seasonality component and at the moment, we are recruiting Citizen Scientists for Spring. We will eventually use this data to inform policy and program interventions.
As a Citizen Scientist all you have to do is download an App and use it for 8 days. The maximum time commitment is 30 minutes overall. I have attached here 10 easy steps to do that. You could also go to http://www.smartstudysask.com to find out more and become Citizen Scientists.
Finally, if possible, please encourage your friends and family to join the study and add us on twitter: @SMARTSTUDYSK and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SMARTSTUDYSASK/
Please feel free to email me if you have any queries.
Dr. Tarun Katapally
Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
University of Regina