NEW COFFEE PROGRAM AT NGCC
If you have a Keurig coffee machine, we have a new program that can benefit you and NGCC at the same time! Cabby's Coffee has developed a program that will donate $1 per box of K-Cups purchased back to the community centre. And they will deliver the coffee to your home (within the St.Vital/St. Boniface area) to boot! Check out their website here
for more details and to see what types of coffee and tea you can order. Keep in mind that all the K-Cups are recyclable, and Cabby will pick up pods to recycle for you when he drops off your order, so this program is good for the environment as well.
VOLUNTEER SHIFT SIGN-UP INFORMATION
PLEASE NOTE that St. Vital Minor Hockey Association made a last minute decision to reduce the volunteer fee that we charge, so only $30 is available for refund after you do your 3 hour volunteer shift. We ask everyone to PLEASE continue to sign up for shifts even if you don't think it is worthwhile to just get back $30, as our events/services rely on our volunteers. Canteens being open, dances, and Breakfast with Santa will all be in jeopardy if we don't get enough volunteers.
To sign up for your shift(s), please go to SignUp.com
If you need more information, call the office at 204-256-6654.
USED SPORT EQUIPMENT REQUEST
NGCC will be collecting used sports equipment on behalf of 4 First Nations Communities. A Social Worker from our community makes regular trips up north and the people he meets with are very appreciative of any equipment they can aquire to keep the people of their communities active and engaged. At this time they are particularily interested in baseball/softball and soccer equipment, but are willing to take anything.
The 4 communities are: Bunibonibee Cree Nation (Oxford House), Manto Sipi Cree Nation, Gods Lake First Nation and Chemawawin Cree Nation.
We will have a collection bin set up just inside the main doors at the Norberry site on Molgat Ave.
Every year, our Volunteer coaches run into parents that are not satisfied with how their child is being coached. Here is a document that all parents (and coaches too) should read to remind themselves to keep things in perspective. Happy reading
A new article titled "Are Great Coaches Becoming an Endangered Species?" is also very good and worth a read...find it here.
And yet another good article titled "your kid and my kid are not making the pros".
FITNESS CLASSES AT NGCC
NGCC offers Light & Lively Fitness classes on Monday and Friday mornings. For more information on these classes, click here.
Surefire Fitness also offers different programs on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. For more information, go to http://www.surefirefitness.ca/ .
Fit 4 Two is offering a Mom & Baby Fitness class Friday mornings at 9:45 am. For more information contact email@example.com or visit their website http://fit4two.ca/area/winnipeg-east
Winnipeg Rec League will be hosting different sports in our gym on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings from October to May. http://www.winnipegrecleague.com/
Aagna Yoga offers Hatha Yoga sessions on Tuesday’s between 6:30-7:30 pm. For registration Contact: Vadi @ 204-261-3615 (or) firstname.lastname@example.org. For further details click here www.aagnayoga.com
Shayogi Yoga - 8 weeks connecting breath with body and mind. All levels welcome! Wednesday's from 6-7 pm. Contact Shay Finlay at 204-918-9809 or email@example.com. LIMITED SPOTS - RESERVATION REQUIRED.
Zumba® with Paula - We take the "work" out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. Exercise in disguise! Tuesday's from 8-9 pm. Contact Paula at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For specific information about our Boundaries, Payment options and Subsidy information, click here. To see a map of our boundaries, Norberry-Glenlee CC Boundary .