It seems hard to believe but spring will arrive later this month.
Saturday March 28th we will be holding a special evening featuring The Rattles “Only The Beatles Do It Better” . This social evening will be held at West Rouge Community Centre starting at 6:00 p.m. It will feature a reception, buffet dinner and a 2 hour live show featuring music of the Beatles. This should be a really fun evening. Mark this date on your calendars, round up your friends and neighbours and reserve your table now by getting in touch with events chair Heather Lemieux.
We have also started our annual membership campaign. The form was included in last month's newsletter or you can join online from this page. Don't put off purchasing your membership. Do it now!
A reminder to students about the William A. Dempsey Scholarship. Details and the application form can be obtained at the bottom of this page.
Looking ahead to spring Earth Day will be held on Saturday April 25th . We'll have more details on this community event in our next newsletter.
Highland Creek Master Transportation Study Plan
Project Update – February 2015
The City of Toronto is studying a series of transportation projects, initiatives and polices to support re-development of the Highland Creek Village area. Potential solutions will be identified and evaluated as part of a Transportation Master Plan to support the vision of the recently completed Highland Creek Village Area Study. This update provides highlights of work completed to date and next steps.
During public consultations, the project team met with invited local stakeholders on two occasions and with the public on one occasion. The following are highlights from what was heard.
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Saturday, March 28, 2015
West Rouge Community Centre, 270 Rouge Hills Drive
Reception at 6pm • Hot Roast Beef Buffet Dinner
Two-set show • Dance floor • Cash Bar
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Graduating from High School in 2015? Apply for
William A. Dempsey Scholarship
The William A. Dempsey Scholarship is being offered in recognition of the work and activities of Mr. William Dempsey, a long-time resident of Centennial community and an active, caring, and giving member in both his professional and personal life
Mr. Dempsey was the first president and a founding member of the Centennial Community Recreation Association, established in 1949. His many contributions to this community included being a driving force behind the creation of Adams Park, the preservation of the Centennial Rouge United Church, starting Heritage Day and the annual Christmas Carol concert at St Dunstan’s Church. He worked to have Highland Creek preserved as a post office and he ensured the preservation of the Wesleyan Cemetery in Highland Creek.
CCRA offers this scholarship to a student who will be continuing to post-secondary education in accordance with our mission: “...to further and promote the welfare of the residents of the area and its environs and to establish co-operation good will and mutual respect among the residents”.
The William A. Dempsey Scholarship is valued at $1,000 Canadian, and will be awarded to a graduating secondary school student who has made notable contributions in community and extracurricular activities. It will be paid to an accredited post-secondary institution (i.e. University, College, Trade School, etc.) of the student's choice for the sole use of the student.
The William A. Dempsey Scholarship is open to all high school students who live in the Centennial community, regardless of the school they attend, and who are planning to attend a post-secondary school in the following 12 monthsis valued at $1,000 Canadian, and will be awarded to a graduating secondary school student who has made notable contributions in community and extracurricular activities. It will be paid to an accredited post-secondary institution (i.e. University, College, Trade School, etc.) of the student's choice for the sole use of the student.
Application deadline is May 1, 2015
Complete criteria and application form can be found here. .
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Chisu MP, Pickering Scarborough
Posted Mar 2015
Chadwick, TDSB Trustee Ward 22 Scarb.E
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The Centennial Community & Recreation Association's purpose is to further and promote the welfare of the residents of the Centennial Community and its environs and to establish co-operation, good will and mutual respect among the residents. Funding will be provided to those residents or organizations of the community who, in the sole discretion of the Association, promote and support those goals through their actions.
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