Centennial Community & Recreation Association of Scarborough, Ontario, Est.1949

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CCRA President                                                      
Jeff Forsyth

Posted Oct. .09 

 

On Thursday October 22nd we will be holding our Annual General Meeting.  When there are no controversial issues in a community, it is easy to sit back and rely on others to get involved.  However, there continues to be important issues that require community input.  Community events that are held throughout the year are the result of people devoting time to make them happen.  We need your attendance at this meeting to hear your input on community issues that matter to you.  Please plan to attend; give us your views, opinions and get involved.  Consider joining the executive, itís your community.  

 

Annual General Meeting

7:30 p.m. Thursday October 22nd, 2009

Port Union Recreation Centre

 

During the week of September 21-26 a number of events were held to mark the 25th anniversary of the Port Union Recreation. Centre, The Port Union Seniors, The Port Union Library and the 60th anniversary of the CCRA.  Marking a 60th anniversary is a significant milestone for any community organization.  Over those 60 years a lot has happened in our community.  It has changed from a

 

primarily rural area within the Township of Scarborough to being a part of the City of Toronto.  Some of the major achievements brought about by the efforts of the CCRA over the past 60 years include the creation of Adamís Park, the residential developments in our community, the building of the Port Union Recreation Centre, the building of the Port Union Waterfront Trail, the preservation of Highland Creek, Centennial Creek and Adams Creek. 

 

There have also been many community activities and events held over the past 60 years that have been initiated or sponsored by CCRA.  All of this would not have been possible without the dedication and devotion of the many volunteers who have served on the executive over the past 60 years.  Without them many of the items mentioned above would not have taken place.

 

Remember to mark October 22nd on your calendar and plan to attend our Annual General Meeting and consider serving on the executive.

 

Jeff Forsyth

President