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Spaghetti Dinner & SING – Friday, March 24, 6pm

Join us this Friday for a delicious spaghetti dinner followed by the movie Sing! Doors open at 5:45pm.  Dinner is served at 6pm followed by the movie at 7pm. Free for SCA Members.  Memberships will be available at the event. Hope to see you there!  

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SCA News

Painting on the Hill – NEW DROP IN!

Monday May 1- June 19, 9:30-11:30 am, Come and paint with us Mondays 9:30-11:30 am.  We will all work on our individual projects and encourage and help each other.  No instruction will be offered, just fun and painting together. $5 Drop In Fee    

Electronics Recycling Fundraiser – April 22, 9am-1pm

100% of fundraising proceeds will be used to build community garden boxes for Olympic Heights kindergarten students. What will be Accepted Consumer Electronics (gaming consoles, iPods and mp3 players, stereo equipment etc) Desktop Computers (PC & Mac, monitors, parts, motherboards etc) Handheld devices (smart phones, cell phones, tablets etc) Laptops (PC & Mac, docking stations,
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Metabolic Bootcamp 6am Classes – Free with $10 Donation in April!

During the month of April, Regan’s 6 am Metabolic Bootcamp classes on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays will be free with a $10 donation per class.  Money raised will be donated to the Olympic Heights School Community Garden. Classes take place Mon/Wed/Fri from 6-7am and Tues/Thurs from 5:45-6:45am. For more information, visit:  

Recycling Day – April 22, 9-1pm

Drop off is free for SCA CA members.  For non-members, a fee will apply for paper shedding and car seat recycling.  Items will be limited to one vehicle-load per family. Electronics Recycling Consumer Electronics (gaming consoles, iPods and mp3 players, stereo equipment etc) Desktop Computers (PC & Mac, monitors, parts, motherboards etc) Handheld devices (smart
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SCA March Break Camps (March 27-31)

For information on the camp listed, click on the link.   Bricks 4 Kidz/LEGO EV3 Mindstorms Robotics March 27 to 31, 9-4 pm Ages 8+ years Registration:   Kidz Inc      March 27 to 31, 7am-6pm Ages 6-12 years Registration:   Sportball    March 27 to 31 Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri: 1-4pm Thursday: 1:30-4:30pm
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Canada 150 Celebration on the Hill – September 2, 2017

    The SCA is excited to announce that we will be co-hosting a Canada 150 Celebration on the Hill with the communities of Coach Hill, Patterson, Springbank Hill and Signal Hill on Saturday, September 2, 2017.  Read more about the announcement in the Calgary Herald article: Canada 150 We have lots planned for the day
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City News

Summer Programs at the SCA CA – For Kids & Adults!

Check out all the great summer camps we have this summer: Bricks 4 Kidz LEGO – INFO Byte Camp- INFO Clown Elementary – INFO Cooking with Colours – INFO Discover Music – INFO Engineering for Kids – INFO Seedlings Spanish Camp – INFO So You Want to Be a Rock Star – INFO Sportball –
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Calgary Ring Road Update

Click on the link below to view the presentation given at the Ward 6 Community Association President’s Meeting:   AT_Ward 6 Presentation March 9, 2017

Richard Pootmans’ Ward 6 Report

This month’s report covers: Update from Alberta Transportation on Gravel Pit Health Concerns Sirocco LRT Parking Lot Expansion Sarcee Trail & Richmond Road Interchange Celebrate Canada 150 in your Community Follow the link to the March 2017 W6 Report:  

The Art of Courageous Self-Care: How to Ease the Guilt, Tame the Critic and Find Time for You – April 25, 7-9pm – FREE EVENT

Join us at the SCA on April 25 at 7pm for a talk by Christina Marlett, Professional Speaker, Author, Facilitator, Self-Care Mentor & Founder at Courageous Self-Care. Have you ever noticed that when you get busy, your self-care practices are the first to go? Then you end up giving with resentment and bitterness because you’re running on
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Richard Pootmans’ March Newsletter

Accessibility   An accessible city benefits everyone, including people with disabilities. The City is committed to offering a variety of accessible services and programs to participate in your communities. They include:   Waste and Recycling Call 3-1-1 if you are having problems identifying between your blue recycling cart and black garbage cart because of vision
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Bow Trail Widening and Intersection Improvements

The City is planning to widen Bow Trail to four lanes between 85 Street S.W. and Old Banff Coach Road, as well as improving the intersection at Bow Trail and 85 Street S.W. These upgrades will provide for a better road network by accommodating existing and future traffic volumes in the area. Construction on the initial
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