Great ideas are coming in from the community...of course they can only be implemented if we have interest and volunteers to make them a reality. With that in mind - what are your thoughts of a Farmers Market at the North Shore Community Centre?
There have been a few suggestions to have an art show in the community, as a result tell us what you think and if you can help below.
Harvest Wholesale, PEI's full line produce company is interested in selling top quality fresh vegetables boxes and or fruit boxes to the Community of North Shore during the months of June, July and August. Interest and questions regarding this service can be expressed via e-mail by contacting Josh at firstname.lastname@example.org
Deliveries will be consistent and have a designated window of time and place to pick up of the boxes most likely Stanhope Place on the Bayshore Road. Harvest Wholesale is looking forward to the opportunity of becoming a fixture in the Community.
Interested - Contact Josh
The PEI Rural Beautification Competition Books are available at all Access PEI Centres, Vesey's Seeds, Doirons Garden Centre, Agro Co-op, Riverside Market, and other locations.
You may visit our website http://www.peirbs.ca/ for more information, competition guidelines and entry forms.
Secretary PEI Rural Beautification Society
www.peirbs.ca or email email@example.com
COMPETITIONS AVAILABLE FOR THE YEAR 2014
For more information on the competitions or the Society contact: Betty Aitken, Secretary, PEI Rural Beautification Society, P.O. Box 1194, Charlottetown, C1A 7M8
(Phone) 902-672-2521 email:firstname.lastname@example.org
PLEASE SEND YOUR ENTRY FORM BY MAIL WITH THE ENTRY FEES ENCLOSED. THEY CAN ALSO BE DROPPED OFF AT 161 BRITAIN SHORE ROAD, BRACKLEY BEACH, PEI.
Please see below the documents from Wednesday, April 9th Council Meetings. Unapproved Minutes from last night's meeting. Budget update for the quarter.
Dear Parks Canada Stakeholder,
I would like to take this opportunity to provide you with an update on the status of work at Robinsons Island, Prince Edward Island National Park.
It has been a busy winter on Robinsons Island: Parks Canada staff members cut a trail through the woods delineating the location of the new multi-use trail on Robinsons Island. The new multi-use trail is designed to accommodate a variety of users and will include beach access points in select locations as well as opportunities to discover the natural and cultural features in the area. Spurs equipped with technical trail features for mountain-biking will diverge from the main path. Parks Canada will be working with Cycling PEI to determine where these spurs will branch off and which features will be most appropriate given the geographic characteristics of the Island and our target market: young families. The new multi-use trail on Robinsons Island will enhance the overall trail network in PEI National Park and will provide a unique and exciting opportunity for Islanders and visitors to try mountain-biking by choosing their own level of engagement.
We are proceeding with converting the 700-meter section of road on Robinsons Island as part of the new trail system. To facilitate work, this portion of the road is now closed to vehicular traffic. Asphalt has been removed and a new parking area will be created before the trail opens early in the summer of 2014.
Parks Canada decided to put on hold the part of the project which would have seen a portion of the roadbed on the Robinsons Island causeway converted to a trail. We will engage our valued stakeholders prior to making a decision on the future of the access road to Robinsons Island. These discussions will take place at a later date, and an invitation will be extended to you as the time draws closer.
If you would like more information about this project, please feel free to contact me at my coordinates, below.
Tara McNally MacPhee
A/ Partnering, Engagement and Communications Officer |
Agente, Partenariats, engagement et communications
Parks Canada Agency | Agence Parcs Canada
Prince Edward Island Field Unit | Unité de gestion de l'Île-du-Prince-Édouard
2 Palmers Lane, Charlottetown, PE, C1A 5V8 | 2 Allée Palmers, Charlottetown, PE C1A 5V8
Telephone | Téléphone (902) 672-6388
Fax | Télécopieur (902) 672-6370
Community of North Shore - Councillor Charity Sheehan will Take the Plunge along with Law Enforcement volunteers - they are pledging to jump into the cold water of Dalvay beach on April 6th to help raise money for our SOPEI athletes and programs! Join SOPEI coaches, volunteers, and athletes in the jump or sponsor them.
Sign up or Sponsor a participant!
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