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FAIRVIEW In and Around

A Community Guide for Residents & Visitors to the North Peace A community guide for residents & visitors to the North Peace

Fall/Winter ‘12 • www.fairview.ca


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In and Around Fairview Fall/Winter 2012

Town Office: .................................................................................. 780-835-5461 Fax: .................................................................................................... 780-835-3576 Email: ...............................................................................reception@fairview.ca Website: ..................................................................................... www.fairview.ca Public Works: ................................................................................ 780-835-4026 Fairplex Arena: ........................................................................... 780-835-2723 Aquatic Centre: .......................................................................... 780-835-2812 NPR Landfill: ................................................................................ 780-835-2576 Garbage Pick-up: ....................................................................... 780-835-5950 Animal Control: .......................................................................... 780-835-9468 Public Library: ............................................................................ 780-835-2613

Fitness, Sport and Recreation

Arts, Culture and Education

Cummings Lake Recreational Area................9, 10, 11 Dunvegan Fish & Game Association .........................................7 Dunvegan Nordic Ski Club ..............8 Fairplex Arena ................................... 22 Fairview Curling Club ..................... 23 Fairview Motocross Assoc............. 34 Fairview Regional Aquatic Centre..........................12-17 Fairview Ski Hill ................................ 28 GPRC ..............................................39, 40 Silver Blades ...................................... 36 Unchaga Lanes ....................................8 Whispering Pines Ski Area............ 20

Ag Society .............................................6 Child’s World Day Care ......................8 Church Directory ............................. 25 College Town Capers .........................7 Fairview Public Library .................. 28 Fairview Veselka Dancers.............. 36 Fine Arts Centre ............................... 23 Ignite Youth Fairview ..................... 33 Mitelka Folkloric Theatre .............. 34

Community Support & Wellness AB Health Services .......................... 18 Family & Community Resource Centre ................................................ 26 Family & Community Support Services ............................................. 27 Rotary Club ........................................ 35 Victims Assistance Association... 24

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The In and Around Fairview Guide will have 2 issues per year. The Spring/Summer is to be released early April and the Fall/Winter is to be released early September. If you wish to be a part of the guide to promote your organization please contact: Daryl Greenhill Community Services Manager 780-835-5461 Email: community@fairview.ca Submissions will be required 4 weeks prior to distribution.

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Other Important Pages Chamber ................................................7 Clear Hills County ............................ 19 Community Contacts and Events ..................................3, 4, 5 Fairview Fire Department ............. 25 Fairview Fire & Rescue ................... 24 M.D. of Fairview ................................ 21 Town of Fairview ................................... ............................... 29, 30, 31, 32, 37, 38


FITNESS, SPORT AND RECREATION Awana Kids Club .......................................................................................................................................................... 780-835-5185 Cummings Lake Recreation Area Open May 1-October ............................................................................. 780-835-5461 David Thompson Bible Camp ................................................................................................................................ 780-494-2103 Dunvegan Fish & Game Association contact Martin Larsen ..................................................................... 780-876-6556 Fairview Curling Club contact Cheryl Biegel 780-835-5293 ....................................................................... 780-835-2828 Fairview & District Slow Pitch League ...............................................................................................................780-835-8348 Fairview Golf Club ...................................................................................................................................................... 780-835-2844 Fairview Gymnastics Club....................................................................................................................................... 780-835-8651 Fairview Judo Club Clint Peterson .........................................................................................................................780-772-9440 Fairview Kings Senior Hockey Club contact Gerry Noullett ...................................................................... 780-835-1144 Fairview Ladies Hockey League contact Karla Stucklschwaiger 780-835-3760................................... 780-835-2187 Fairview Minor Ball #ONTACT,ANCE7IEBEFORMOREINFORMATIONsLDWIEBE ABNORTHCOM............. 780-835-3942 Fairview Minor Hockey....................................................................................................... www.fairviewminorhockey.com Fairview Minor Soccer Registration starts in March ...................................................................................... 780-835-3554 Fairview Motocross Association&ACEBOOK FAIRVIEWMOTOCROSSASSOCIATION....................................... 780-834-8454 Fairview Olympians Swim Club Season starts May 1st................................................................................ 780-835-3872 Fairview Regional Aquatic CentreWWWFAIRVIEWCA..................................................................................... 780-835-2812 Fairview Shorin Ryu Karate Club Classes run September to May........................................................... 780-835-8178 Fairview Ski Hill ........................................................................................................................................................... 780-835-4725 George Lake Campground Open May 1-October .......................................................................................... 780-494-2419 GPRC Recreation Centre .......................................................................................................................................... 780-835-6689 Hines Creek Curling Club contact Ken Wamsley............................................................................................. 780-834-0115 Hines Creek Golf and Country Club.EW9EARS%VE$ANCECALL2OSE   ........................ 780-494-2217 Hines Creek Minor Hockey ClubCONTACT$AVINA-ASON ............................................................................. 780-835-9290 KidSport .......................................................................................................................................................................... 780-835-2225 North Peace Bracket Racing Association ......................................................................................................... 780-618-9576 North Peace Sporting Horse Club ....................................................................................................................... 780-835-5151 Power Taekwon-Do .................................................................................................................................................... 780-876-0671 Ratepayers Hockey LeagueCONTACT$AN$OLL ................................................................................................. 780-835-4850 Scouts ..............................................................................................................................................780-835-5085 / 780-835-3165 Silver Blades Figure Skating Club CONTACT*EFFREYHOYEM UALBERTANET.............................................. 780-834-7344 Taoist Tai Chi .................................................................................................................................780-835-4642 / 780-835-2408 TOPS Club Inc. ............................................................................................................................................................... 780-835-3655 Unchaga Lanes & Lounge........................................................................................................................................ 780-835-2695 Whitelaw Curling ClubCONTACT$AVE7HITNEY ................................................................................................. 780-835-4897 Whispering Pines Ski Hill www.skiworsley.com ............................................................................................. 780-685-2594

COMMUNITY SUPPORT AND WELLNESS AL-ANON Family Group'ROUPDISCUSSIONOFEXPERIENCE STRENGTHAND HOPEFORFAMILIESANDFRIENDSOFALCOHOLICS .......................................................................................................... 780-835-2120 Alberta Health ServicesWWWALBERTAHEALTHSERVICESCA .............................................................................. 780-835-4951 AUPE Area Council #3 h4HE&UN3IDEOFTHE5NIONv $IANNE"EDFORD780-835-6608 ........ 4RACY2ICHARDSON780-835-7191 Canadian Hard of Hearing Association ............................................................................................................ 780-835-2503 Career Resource Centre.......................................................................................................................... 780-835-4005 ext. 101 Child’s World Day Care .............................................................................................................................................. 780-835-2102 Crossroads Resource Centre & Women’s Shelter ......................................................................................... 780-835-2120 Fairview & Area Food Bank contact N. Anne Grayson .................................................................................. 780-835-3655 Fairview & Area Pallitive Care Society .............................................................................................................. 780-835-4951

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COMMUNITY SUPPORT AND WELLNESS CONTINUED Fairview & District Chamber of Commerce .................................................................................................... 780-835-5999 Fairview Citizen’s on Patrol (C.O.P.) Recruiting new volunteers. Contact Cpl. Brad Giles................ 780-835-4031 Fairview Fire and Rescue Society ........................................................................................................................ 780-834-6568 Fairview Victims Services Association P.O. Box 610, Fairview ................................................................... 780-835-4557 Family & Community Resource Centre & Library Located across from the Fairplex Arena .......... 780-835-5471 FCSS Family & Community Support Services Located across from the Fairplex Arena ................. 780-835-5471 Ignite Youth Centre “Empowering Youth to Succeed”................................................................................... 780-835-5455 Nothwest Alberta Child and Family Services Authority .......................................................................... 780-835-7191 Peace Parent Link........................................................................................................................................................ 780-835-3273 Rural Crime Watch contact Sgt. Bruce Bracken ................................................................................................ 780-835-4031 Share Radio 94.7 FM/91.5 FM ............................................................................................................................... 780-835-5660 WJS Alberta.....................................................................................................................................................................780-624-8550

ARTS, CULTURE AND EDUCATION 4-H Clubs contact Regional Office ..........................................................................................................................780-835-7536 Bluefest .............................................................................................................................................................................780-835-3183 College Town Capers ..................................................................... June Lyons 780-835-5388 Mary Pelz 780-835-5356 End of Steel Museum & Park...................................................................................................................................780-494-3522 Fairview & Area Learning Store Located across from the Fairplex Arena ..............................................780-835-3800 Fairview & District Playschool Box 287 fairviewplayschool@hotmail.com ..........................................780-835-5849 Fairview Museums Open May-September ....................................................................... 780-835-2397 / 780-835-2632 Fairview Public Library..............................................................................................................................................780-835-2613 Fairview Veselka Dance Club ..................................................................................................................................780-835-3740 GPRC Fairview Campus .............................................................................................................................................780-835-6600 Hines Creek Music Festival ......................................................................................................................................780-494-2419 Historical Dunvegan Provincial Park Opens May 15-Labour Day. Hours 10am-5pm...........................................................................................Summer: 780-835-7150 Winter: 780-835-7206 Lion’s Old Time Country Music Festival ........................................................................... 780-835-0466 / 780-835-3378 Mitelka Folkloric Theatre & Dance Company .................................................................................................780-685-3813 Northwest Peace Community Adult Learning Council ............................................................................. 780-835-6618 Peace River & District Music Teacher’s Association joanblench@gmail.com .....................................780-624-1256 Rombs Jamboree www.fairviewfestival.com ............................................... Rocky 780-991-0288 May 780-835-3596 The Fairview Fine Arts Centre finearts@telusplanet.net ..............................................................................780-835-2697 Toastmasters Chris Eakin ...........................................................................................................................................780-835-1457

SERVICE GROUPS AND SOCIETIES Fairview & District Agriculture Society .............................................................................................................780-494-7536 Fairview and District Lions Club ......................................................................................... 780-835-4690 / 780-835-3378 Fairview Fire & Rescue Society ..............................................................................................................................780-834-6568 Fair Ladies with a View (Red Hat Society) ...........................................................................................................780-835-4868 Golden Age Society.....................................................................................................................................................780-835-2608 Heart of the Peace Recreation Society ..............................................................................................................780-835-5306 Knights of Columbus ..................................................................................................................................................780-835-5520 Northland Masonic Lodge #147 Regular Meeting, 3rd Tuesday ...............................................................780-835-3235

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SERVICE GROUPS AND SOCIETIES CONTINUED Rotary Club .....................................................................................................................................................................780-835-3279 Royal Canadian Legion #84.....................................................................................................................................780-835-4129 Whitelaw Agricultural Society ...............................................................................................................................780-596-2006 Wild Rose Rodeo Association .................................................................................................................................780-494-3636 Highland Park Hall ..................................................................................................................................................... 780-835-3818 Woodlawn Hall ........................................................................................................ Jill 780-835-4541 Wendy 780-835-5964

COMMUNITY HALLS Dave Shaw Memorial Complex ................................................................................................... 780-494-3690 David Thompson Hall contact Ruth ..................................................................................................................... 780-835-2699 Dunvegan Inn (Banquet Room) .................................................................................................... 780-835-5100 E.E. Oliver Gymnasium.............................................................................................................................................. 780-835-5461 Eureka River Hall ......................................................................................................................... 780-685-3685 Friedenstal Community Hall contact Chris Heck ........................................................................................... 780-835-4597 Golden Meadow Community Hall contact Annemarie Greenhill ............................................................ 780-835-3283 GPRC Fairview Campus Atrium ............................................................................................................................ 780-835-6600 Highland Park Hall (no running water) contact Cathy ................................................................................. 780-835-3818 Legion Hall contact Ruby .......................................................................................................................................... 780-835-3733 Waterhole Hall contact Betty Ann ......................................................................................................................... 780-835-4868 Whitelaw Community Hall contact Helen......................................................................................................... 780-596-2249 Woodlawn Hall contact Jill ...................................................................................................................................... 780-835-4541

CAO ................................................................................................................................................................................. Larry Davidson Director of Public Works ........................................................................................................................................ Garry Leathem Director of Community Services........................................................................................................................Daryl Greenhill Director of Finance ........................................................................................................................................................ Pavel Lyzhin Director of Legislative Services.........................................................................................................................Monika Ralston Town of Fairview Contact Information Town Office.................................................................................................................................................................. 780-835-5461 Fax ................................................................................................................................................................................... 780-835-3576 Email............................................................................................................................................................. reception@fairview.ca Website.....................................................................................................................................................................www.fairview.ca

ADVERTISE The In and Around Fairview Guide will have 2 issues per year. The Spring/Summer is to be released early April and the Fall/Winter is to be released early September. If you wish to be a part of the guide to promote your organization please contact: Daryl Greenhill - Director of Community Services 780-835-5461 Email: community@fairview.ca Submissions will be required 4 weeks prior to distribution. 5


“Building Community through Agriculture” Volunteer-ran, the Fairview Ag Society encourages improvement in agriculture, and in the quality of life of persons living in the agricultural community; developing programs, services, and facilities based on evolving community needs.

Our Committees

Pioneer Museum – Planning, developing and operating the Fairview Pioneer Museum at Cummings Lake as well as operating the RCMP Museum in the Town of Fairview are within this committee’s mandate. Through their work they promote the Fairview region’s heritage by displaying area antiques and artefacts as well as using/demonstrating their use. Livestock Committee This committee’s mandate is to host an amateur rodeo annually as well as other livestock events as demanded. Such events vary any given year but might include horse shows, clinics, and heavy horse pulls to mention just a few. Scholarships/AwardsThe committee is mandated to solicit applications for annual entrance scholarships and bursaries offered by the agricultural society. In addition, annually the committee sponsors many youths to attend camps and other activities deemed as characterbuilding and facilitating development of leadership skills. The committee also solicits applications for applied sustainable agricultural research pertinent to the region. Equine CommitteeThe committee operates a barrel racing club known as the Northern Redneck Riders. It consists of families getting together from Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Hudson Hope, Chetwynd, Grande Prairie, Valleyview, Fairview, Grimshaw, Keg River, and many communities in between in the Peace Country. The Committee/Club events are family oriented, consisting of barrel racing and pole bending, held throughout the year. They also offer various equine clinics. Extension CommitteeThis committee collaborates with other area organizations in delivering agro-environmental stewardship extension initiatives. Some of these include workshops, seminars and conferences designed to contribute to sustainable growth of Peace Country farms and ranches. Quilters/WeaversAnnual quilting and weaving shows as well as courses and workshops on creating these art forms are planned and hosted by this committee. Partnering with the Fairview Fine Arts Centre for these activities, also involves childrens’ programming, such as weaving, knitting, clay making, and painting.

Website: www.fairviewagriculturalsociety.com Email: info@fairviewagriculturalsociety.com Phone: 780-251-0119 Follow us on Twitter

Interested in becoming a member? Memberships are only $10!

Our Annual General Meeting will be Thursday, November 15, 2012.

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DUNVEGAN FISH & GAME ASSOCIATION

2012-2013 PRODUCTIONS Christmas 2012 • Spring 2013

The CTC will be casting for a christmas play and a feature play in the spring. All ages are welcome to participate!

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For more information call Martin Larsen

If you are interested and looking for more information please contact

780-876-6556

Mary Pelz 780-835-5356

The Fairview & District Chamber of Commerce offers a range of services and programs for individual businesses as well as being a major contributing factor to a quality community in general. Member businesses and individual members recognize that by working together through the Chamber they can help build a successful, healthy community for businesses and residents. Along with the core programs of the Chamber, new ideas and innovative activities are continually occurring.

The current list of programs and services to members of the Chamber include the following: ✔Advertising Opportunities ✔Annual General Meeting ✔Business Referrals ✔Chamber Change ✔Chamber Mixers ✔Chambers of Commerce Group Insurance Plan ✔Farmers and Merchants Golf Tournament

✔Interesting Guest Speakers ✔Highway Signage ✔Monthly Luncheon Meetings ✔Moonlight Madness ✔Passport to Christmas ✔Visitor Information Centre

www.fairviewchamber.com Luncheon meetings are the first Wednesday of the month at the Dunvegan Inn. We welcome your interest in the Chamber and invite you to be part of the development of your community and take advantage of everything that the Chamber provides.

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DUNVEGAN NORDIC SKI & CYCLE CLUB With club volunteers tracksetting 8 km of trails in Fairview at Cummings Lake and 12 km of trails at Sand Lake, skiers can enjoy the winter wonderland for free. Club members enjoy up to date trail reports along with the opportunity to participate in ski clinics, and group outings such as moonlight skiis. Celebrating 30 yrs of groomed and track set cross country ski trails in Fairview.

Come join us! The modest price of $25/person or $60/family keep the grooming equipment in fuel and insurance in place. For more info email dunvegan.nordic@gmail.com or call Bob at 780-835-4652 or Fred at 780-835-4958.


Cummings Lake Recreation Area Campground Open From May to October Campground Amenities • 28 Overnight Camping stalls with electrical hookups • Self Registration • Washroom and Shower Facilities - Wheel Chair Accessible • Group Camping Area • Day use Area with shelter • Drinking water available form hand pump • Regulation Slow Pitch and Baseball Diamonds • Free Firewood

• Horseshoe Pits • Fishing • Fish Cleaning Station • Bird Watching • Hiking On the Cummings Lake Trail System • Children’s Playground • Boating (electric motor only) and Boat Launch • Dumping Station Located Next to Tourist Booth (South end of Town)

Rates Electric hookup stalls ........................................................................ $20/day or $100/week Group use Camping area has 9 power stalls .......................................................$100/night Day Group use area ............................................................................................ $35.00/day Concession Booth ............................................................................................... $50.00/day

Located 2 km North of Fairview on Secondary Highway 732 For more information call 780-835-5461 9


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Aquat ic Cent re Fairview Regional

Rental of Pool

The Aquatic Centre boasts a five lane pool, zero depth leisure pool, large hot tub, climbing wall and a great water slide. Some of our other amenities include an outdoor deck for the swimmers and an activity room with fridge, sink, microwave and BBQ patio. The Aquatic Centre is a great option for birthday parties, family functions and business parties.

Available Rental Times for Pool Saturdays 5:30-9:30pm Sundays 10am-Noon & 5:30-9:30pm

Rental Rates Private $85.00/hr + gst Non-Profit $75.00/hr + gst Activity Room $10.00/hr + gst ** For rentals with more than 40 people, there will be an additional fee of $20.00/hr charged for an additional lifeguard.

Phone: 780 - 835-2812 Fax: 780-835-6787 Email: aquatic@fairview.ca

Website: www.fairview.ca 12

General Rules of the Pool

s0LEASETAKEASHOWER s!NYONE UNDER THE AGE OF  MUST BE accompanied in the water and actively supervised by a responsible person who is at least 14 years of age. s0LEASEWALKONDECK s/UTSIDE FOOTWEAR NEEDS TO BE PLACED ON the boot racks or carried to your locker s0LEASELOCKYOURLOCKER


Lessons Note: Lessons run on Statutory Holidays

Dolphins - 3-5 yrs. (5 Classes)

Children learn to be independent in the water through play and structured skill development. Cost: $21.00

Ducklings & Dinos - 3mos.-3 yrs. This is a parent & baby/tot combination class. Parents learn how to enjoy the water with their child & children learn how to relax & be comfortable in the water. Each session consists of 5 classes. Cost: $21.00 Day: Wednesday Time: 11:00 - 11:30 am Oct. 3rd-Oct. 31st Jan. 9th-Feb. 6th

Nov. 7th-Dec. 5th Feb. 13th-Mar. 13th

Weekday Sessions: Monday & Wednesday Time: 3:45 - 4:15 pm Oct. 1st-15th Oct. 17th-31st Nov. 5th-19th Nov. 21st-Dec. 5th Jan. 7th-21st Jan. 23rd-Feb. 6th Feb. 11th-25th Feb. 27th-Mar. 13th Saturday Morning Sessions Time: 11:20 - 11:50 am Oct. 6th-Nov. 3rd Nov. 10th-Dec. 8th Jan. 12th-Feb. 9th Feb. 16th-Mar. 16th

Stages 6 yrs. & up (10 classes) Stage 1: Orientation to the water

Adult Lessons - 16+ A program designed to each individualâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ability and needs! Whether you are starting from scratch, scared stiff or would like to improve your strokes, come learn from experienced instructors in a welcoming environment. Cost: FORCLASSESs$ROPINFEEIS Day: Tuesday Time: 8:30 - 9:30 pm Lesson Dates: October 1st - June 28th When you register for a session of adult lessons you will receive a 5 punch card for the lesson. You then have the option of choosing 5 Tuesdays that are convenient for you.

Private & Special Needs Lessons

We also offer private & special needs lessons by request only. Lessons taught in an inclusive setting or one on one.

Cost: $37.00 (with membership) or $42.00 (without) Days: Monday & Wednesday 4:25 - 4:55 pm Saturday Mornings 10:40- 11:10 am Stage 2: Skill Development Stage 3: Skill Improvement Cost: $42.25 (with membership) or $47.25 (without) Days: Monday & Wednesday 5:05 - 5:50 pm Saturday Mornings 9:45 - 10:30 am Lesson Dates (Monday & Wednesday) Oct. 1st-31st Nov. 5th-Dec. 5th Jan. 7th-Feb. 6th Feb. 11th-Mar. 13th (Saturday Morning) Oct. 6th-Dec. 8th

Jan. 12th-Mar. 16th

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Fall & Winter Schedule September 24th, 2012 to April 27th, 2013

Early Bird Monday, Wednesday & Friday ...........6:30 am - 9:00 am Note: No early bird swim on Statutory Holidays Fit & 50+ Monday, Wednesday & Friday ......10:00 am - 11:00 am Family/ Adult Swim + Lane Monday, Wednesday & Friday ........11:00 am - 1:00 pm Monday to Friday..................................6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Saturday & Sunday ....................................Noon - 3:00 pm

Aqua Jogging + Lane Monday, Wednesday & Friday .......11:00 am – 1:00 pm Day Time Aqua Size (with babysitting $2/child) Monday & Friday ..................................1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Evening Aqua Size Monday (deep water).........................8:30 pm - 9:30 pm Thursday (shallow water) ................ 8:30 pm - 9:30 pm Aqua Zumba Wednesday ............................................8:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Public Swim Monday to Friday..................................7:00 pm - 8:30 pm Saturday & Sunday ..............................3:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Extra Public Swims:

Pool Closed:

2:00-3:30pm There’s no school - Come to the pool! September 24th, October 5th, 8th, 22nd, November 12th, 26th, February 15th, 18th, 25th, March 7th, 8th, 28th, 29th, April 29th

December 24th, 25th, 26th, 31st, January 1st, March 31st

FREE Public Swims: First Saturday of each month 3:00-5:30pm

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Christmas Hours: Dec. 22nd-Jan. 6th - Weekend Hours &AMILY .OON PMs0UBLIC  PM

Easter Hours: Mar. 31st-Apr. 7th - Weekend Hours &AMILY .OON PMs0UBLIC  PM


Aqua Size Have fun and get fit in our “liquid gym”!! Classes are suitable for all fitness levels. You do not have to be able to swim to participate & you don’t even have to get your hair wet.

Fit & 50+: For adults 50 years of age & up with an interest in keeping fit. A more forgiving form of exercise with low impact on joints & injuries & it’s fun too!! Day Time Aqua Size: Along with our regular class we will provide babysitting in the water for parents with children over 2 years of age, $2.00 per child. It’s a great way for moms & toddlers to get out of the house & meet other moms with young children. Everyone is welcome; you do not have to have kids to attend this class.

Aqua Jogging: Non-instructed. Equipment available. Enjoy a workout on your own or with fellow joggers. Aqua Zumba: Party yourself into shape. Bringing the fusion of Zumba formula & international rhythms into the pool for an invigorating workout.

See Schedule for days & times!

Evening Aqua Size: Fun & challenging - choose from low impact in shallow water to no impact in the deep water. Deep water participants wear a flotation belt.

Lifeguard Courses

Bronze Medallion & Bronze Cross: Prerequisite: 13 years of age & competent swimmer Standard First Aid: No prerequisite

NLS – National Lifeguard Service Award: Prerequisite: Bronze Cross, Standard First Aid & Age 16+ No dates set at this time, classes will run dependent on enrollment numbers and instructor availability.

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Rates

Day Rates : for re-admission later the same day ask for a stamp 3 and under ..............................................................................................Free Preschool (4-5) ....................................................................................$1.00 Youth (6-17) Senior (60+) ...............................................................$3.00 Adult (18-59)/Aqua-Size .................................................................$4.25 Zumba .................................................................................................. $10.00 Family ................................................................................................... $10.50 Season Pass Rates Age 3 Month Preschool (4-5) Youth (6-17) Adult (18-59) Senior (60+) Family* Punch Card Rates Age

Theme Days

12 Month

22.00 71.50 82.50 71.50 192.00

33.00 107.00 125.00 107.00 290.00

58.00 190.00 215.00 190.00 504.00

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Tuesdays - Dollar Discount Tuesday All Day One dollar off all regular admission fees. Wow - that makes Preschool admission free on Tuesdays!!

Thursdays - College Appreciation Thursday &AMILY3WIMPM PMs0UBLIC3WIMPM PM Fairview Regional Aquatic Centre is proud to be located on GPRC campus. In appreciation of our partnership show your GPRC student or staff ID card & swim for $3.80 (10% discount).*Current ID must be presented* Fridays - Food Bank Friday All Day Bring a non-perishable food donation & receive an entry into our monthly draw for a free pool punch card. Weekends - Super Saturday & Sunday All day…All weekend Pool toys left out for your enjoyment all day Saturday & Sunday. Wow “Free” public swims 3:00-5:30 pm the first Saturday of each month. Thank you to our generous sponsors!!

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Preschool (4-5) 4.75 9.00 12.75 16.00 Youth (6-17) 14.25 27.25 39.00 50.00 Adult (18-59) 20.25 38.75 55.50 71.00 Senior (60+) 14.25 27.25 39.00 50.00 Zumba 47.50 90.00 127.50 160.00 Family* 50.00 95.50 137.00 175.00 *Family consists of up to two care provider adults & their dependant children (under the age of 18) that reside in the same residence.

Mondays - Move-It Monday Family Swim 6pm-7-pm & Public Swim 7pm-8:30pm Fairview & area youth, we want you to Move-It off the couch & to the pool. So on Mondays youths age 6-17 swim for $2.70 (20% discount). For fun or fitness Move-It to the pool!!

Wednesdays - Family Wednesday Family Swim 11am-1pm & 6pm-7pm Public Swim 7pm – 8:30pm Promoting Family Fun & Fitness. *All families swim for only $9.00 (10% discount)

6 Month


Afterschool Sport s Zone Are you looking for something to do afterschool? Choose a 6 week session or full season. All sessions include the following components: Water Polo: Skills taught are the same basics used by Olympic champions, but the rules, equipment & focus have been modified to make the game fun & accessible to everyone.

Swim Fast: Stroke drills, endurance building & goal setting give swimmers the knowledge & confidence to swim efficiently & fast.

Diving: Fun & challenging, learn the proper techniques used for competitive diving in a non-competitive environment.

Synchro: Learning thru fun is central to this program. Stretching, warm-up & conditioning sections improve flexibility & strength. Swimmers learn basic synchro & creative movement in the water. Prerequisite: Age 8+ Must be a competent swimmer able to swim two lengths of the pool & be comfortable in the deep end. When: Tuesday & Thursday 4-5pm (registered participants only) & Friday 4-5pm (Friday you may bring a friend for $5.00 drop-in fee) Sessions: Oct 1-Nov 9, Nov 12–Dec 21, Jan 7–Feb 15, Feb 18-Mar 29 Cost: $50 per session Season: Sept 24-Mar29 Cost: $175.00 (pay for 3 sessions get 1 free)

Junior Lifeguard Club - Non-Competitive: Is your child a competent swimmer & interested in becoming a lifeguard? Junior Lifeguard Club might be just what they are looking for. Prerequisite: Age 10+ Competent swimmer comfortable in deep end. Cost: $140.00/session or $250.00 for the season Drop In: $5.00 Time: 5:00-6:00pm Days: Tuesday, Thursday: registered only/ Friday: registered & drop in Sessions: October 1-December 21 & January 7-March 29 Season: October 1- March 29

Masters Swim Club - Non-Competitive: A great way to stay fit! Do you enjoy the water? Do you have any joint or medical issues that restrict your ability to walk, run or do land workouts? Do you want to improve on your swim strokes? Then Masters is the club for you. Swimming allows for great cardio and muscle training with minimal impact on your joints and back. A fun & friendly environment for adults of all ages and abilities. Cost: $87.50 session or $175.00 full season + gst Drop In $5.00 Full Season Club fee includes an Adult 10 punch card & Season Pass holders receive a 10% discount on club fees. Time: 8:30-9:30pm Days: Tuesday, Friday Sessions: October 1 - December 21 & January 7-March 29 Season: October 1 – March 29

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Alberta Health Services in Fairview offers more services than the ones listed above. Call or visit www.albertahealthservices.ca for more information.

Contact the Fairview Public Health Centre for more information or to make an appointment at

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Located 630 kilometres north of Edmonton in the beautiful Peace Region of north western Alberta, along the British Columbia border, Clear Hills County has plenty to offer. The mighty Peace River forming part of the southern boundary, and the Clear Hills to the north, are natural features that contribute to the charm and appeal of the County. Driving through the County on Highway 64 is a beautiful alternative route to Alaska and British Columbia, providing the opportunity to pass through two stunning river crossings; the Clear River and the Beaton River. This well maintained highway is the road of choice for those seeking picturesque scenery and is known for sightings of deer and other wildlife and its vast boreal forest.

Carter Camp - Located on the banks of the Peace River 25 km west of Hines Creek off Hwy 685. Rustic camping, hiking, picnic shelter, boat launch, fishing, playground, RV station. Many Islands – 6.5 km southwest of Worsley off Hwy 64. Located on the banks of the Peace River, picnic shelter, boat launch, fishing, horseshoe pit, playground, hiking trails. Clear River Campground – Located on Hwy 64, 20 km from British Columbia border in the Clear River Valley. Picnic shelter, horseshoe pit, camp stalls. Whispering Pines Ski Hill – 25 km northwest of Worsley, Ski & snowboard school, chalet and concession, chair lift.

George Lake – 4.5 km south of Hines Creek on Hwy 64. Wonderful boating lake, great for water skiing. Boat launch, swimming, beach area, horseshoes, playground, picnic shelter, large camp stalls. Home of the Naughty Otter and the George Lake Music Festival. Excellent birding area. Running Lake – 8 km east, 22 km north of Worsley of Hwy 64. Fishing, boat launch, hiking trails. Stoney Lake – 20 km north east of Hines Creek off Hwy 685. Camping, fishing, swimming, hiking, boat launch. Ole’s Lake – 49 km southwest of Worsley off Hwy 64. Boat launch, fishing, hiking trails, camp stalls.

www.clearhillscounty.ab.ca 780-685-3925

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WHISPERING PINES SKI AREA NEW! Expert Run

Groups with a variety of abilities can ski & snowboard together in a relaxed & friendly environment!

Operated by the Worsley Clear HIlls Ski Club Ph: 780-685-2594 Collect: 780-866-2594 www.skiworsley.com Email: info@skiworsley.com 20

s Triple Chair Lift s T-Bar s Handle Tow s Chalet s Rental Shop s Ski and Snowboard School s Cross-Country Ski Trails

Open: Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Holidays Lifts Operate from 10:00am-4:00pm Rental Shop opens at 9:00am For RATES please contact our website www.skiworsley.com or phone 780-685-2594 collect 780-866-2594

Special rates for accommodations at the Worsley Gateway Inn 780-685-2080


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FAIRPLEX ARENA

Public and Family Skate Sunday 6:00pm-8:00pm*

*May be subject to change. Public will be advised if there are any changes.

Outdoor rink is located south of the arena and is cleaned off regularly. Look for the Holiday schedule for public skate and shinny, which will be posted. Closed December 24, 25, 26, 31 & January 1.

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What do Over 1,000,000 Fun, Friendly and Active Canadians Have in Common? CURLING! Make it part of your active lifestyle this winter! Leagues

Family, Ladies, Menâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s, Mixed â&#x20AC;&#x201C; evenings Stick Curling League (www.sturling.net) - weekday afternoons Junior Advanced â&#x20AC;&#x201C; after school Learn To Curl/League for Juniors â&#x20AC;&#x201C; after school Adult Learn To Curl and Advanced Clinics â&#x20AC;&#x201C; with sufficient interest Newcomers to Fairview and new curlers welcome Fun+Friends+Fitness= CURLING Discover the sport that makes it all add up for you!

Keep tuned in at our new website fairviewcurlingclub.com also Fairview Post, and on Facebook!! Registration information will be available in early October, leagues start END OF OCTOBER!!

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Fairview Victims Assistance Association a non-profit organization that provides 24 hour crisis intervention and support to victims of crime or tragedy.

Fairview FFRS

Fire & Rescue Society

The Fairview Fire and Rescue Society is a cooperative venture of the Fairview Volunteer Fire Department, Fairview EMS, and Fairview RCMP to work jointly towards fundraising and enhancing the safety and well-being of the community. There are also members on the society that are not associated to any of the local Emergency Services. In addition to purchasing much needed equipment for the local Emergency Services, the society also makes donations to other worthwhile causes in the Fairview area, such as a yearly donation to STARS Air Ambulance (nearly $70,000 to date), EMS Safe Halloween, and supplying the School Zone speed reader boards. The Society also hosted the 1st Annual Emergency Services Ball, which will be a yearly event with contributions towards Victim Services. The amount of money raised by the FFRS for the continued safety of the community is into the hundreds of thousands of dollars. If you are interested in more information about the FFRS, interested in making a donation, or would like to volunteer, please contact any of the local Emergency Services, or Chairperson Cpl. Brad GILES at 780-835-4031.

Our trained staff and volunteers work under the guidance and direction of the police to provide support, information and referrals to victims and their families. If you are interested in learning more about our services and/or to find out how you can become a certified volunteer, please contact our office today. We are now able to offer online training that can be completed in the comfort of your own home and at your own pace! Fairview & District Victims Assistance Association will be holding our 3rd annual silent auction during the Emergency Services Ball on September 22, 2012. Please come out and support our auction and celebrate the emergency services workers in your community. Phone us to get your tickets for this event before they are sold out!

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CHURCH DIRECTORY ANGLICAN CHURCH OF CANADA 10902 103 Ave.ÊUÊSt. Helen's, Fairview Rector: Rev. Lesley Hand Office: 780-835-2580

FAIRVIEW GOSPEL CHAPEL Corner of 105th Ave. and 111th St. Pastor Dave Brisbin 780-835-4198 (office)

BLUESKY MENNONITE Contact: Werner Janzen 780-835-3774 Church: 780-835-2489

FAIRVIEW (ST.PAUL'S) UNITED Corner of 103rd Ave. and 111th St. Harold Imes Minister 780-835-2008 http://stpaulsunited.wordpress.com

CORNERSTONE BAPTIST 10501 100 St. Pastor: Trevor Shaffrick Church: 780-835-5656 WESTSIDE COMMUNITY CHURCH (PAOC) ££nä{‡£ä{ÊÛi°UÊÇnä‡nÎx‡xÎxx Senior Pastor: Al Fraser www.wschurch.com Associate/Youth Pastor: Mark Fraser

TRINITY LUTHERAN 11304-105 Ave, Fairview Pastor: John Rapp 780-524-3712 (Valleyview) 780-835-2480 (Fairview - messages) WORSLEY BAPTIST CHURCH Pastor: Dick Hale 780-685-3953 Church: 780-685-3930

ST.THOMAS MORE ROMAN CATHOLIC >ˆÀۈiÜÊUÊ>ˆÀۈiÜÊ"vwVi\ÊÇnä‡nÎx‡ÓÓxäÊ Father Benjamin Nwaeje Rectory: 780-835-2040 IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY, HINES CREEK Father Benjamin Nwaeje Contact: Glen Zavisha 780-494-3770 FAITH FELLOWSHIP CHRISTIAN REFORMED ££n䣇£äxÊÛi°ÊÊUÊÇnä‡nÎx‡xÓÓx Pastor. Bill Weenink 780-835-5295 FAIRVIEW ALLIANCE ™ÇÓ䇣äxÊÛi°ÊÊUÊÊÇnä‡nÎx‡ÓÎ{È Pastor: Gerry Wegreen FAIRVIEW SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 780-835-5620 Pastor: Tyler Rosentren 780-624-1041

Seeking New Recruits! Full training provided! The Fairview Fire Department does a wide variety of community service including a Toy and Food Drive and Fire Prevention Week which runs annually in October. REMINDER! All households that have a smoke detector! Now is the time to check the batteries. To help you remember, do it in the spring when Daylight Saving Time begins and in the fall when Daylight Saving Time ends!

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FAMILY & COMMUNITY RESOURCE CENTRE & LIBRARY The Family and Community Resource Centre & Library are supported by the Town of Fairview, the Municipal District of Fairview No. 136 & Hines Creek. FCRC received a one time

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Town Utility Bills Your utility bills are mailed out at the beginning of each month (for the previous monthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s consumption). If you have noticed inconsistency in your bills, hereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s why: one month you will receive a minimum billing. The alternate month, an actual reading is taken and you will be billed the minimum for the previous month plus additional water used for the previous two months. If you live on the south side of 105th Avenue, your water metre will be read January-March-May-July- September-November. If you live on the north side of 105th Avenue, your metre will be read FebruaryApril-June-August-OctoberDecember. After the actual reading, you will be charged the minimum rate (for 7 cubic metres) plus $2.00 per cubic metre over and above the minimum. If your bill is exceedingly high, check your toilet(s), faucets and outdoor taps for leaks. Over the next few years, the town will be installing new water meters into every household in town. Upon completion of this project, the billing system will change. The current utility bylaw may be viewed online at www.fairview.ca

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What do you need for the Development Permit? Legal Address – Lot, Block, Plan Civic Address – To determine Land use Zone Site Plan – Birds eye view of your property. Includes location of property lines, distance of existing and proposed from property lines, size of buildings, access to street or lane, size of lot. Building Plans – includes floor plan, elevations, exterior finishing Fees $50.00 – For Garage and Additions less the $25,000.00 $50.00 – For Home Based business $200.00 – For conforming developments over $25,000 $250.00 – For Non-Conforming Developments $250.00 – Application to Amend Land Use Bylaw, Municipal Development Plan or Statutory Plan.

Planning on building a House, Garage, Shed, Deck, Fire Pit, Adding on or starting a homebased business?

Application fees are to recover costs associated with administration time, appeals, notices and advertisements

Please contact The Town of Fairview office at 780-835-5461 to get further information.

You will require a development permit from the Town of Fairview. What’s Next?: The issuance of a development permit is subject to the condition that it does not become effective until 17 days after the date of issuance The decision can be appealed within 14 days. Construction is not to start until 17 days after the issuance of the permit. The proposed development may require Building, electrical, plumbing and gas permits which may be a condition of the development permit. You will require the development permit to get the other permits. Building permits and inspections are necessary to ensure construction meets provincial building safety codes.

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SNOW REMOVAL Public Works provides snow removal Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. In the event of major storms, snow control services will run 24/7 and may be supplemented by private sector equipment. Ploughing Schedule in Order of Priority 1. 101, 103, 105 and 108 Avenues. These are considered our emergency routes. 2. Main Street and 102 Ave. between 109 and 111 St. These will be wind-rowed. 3. 100, 103, 106, 107, 108, 109, 111, 112, 115, 116 Streets - the hill roads 4. 102, 104, 106, 107, 109 to 113 Avenues 5. Residential areas: Beaver Ridge, Bickell Heights, Dunvegan Park, Burkholder Subdivision, North View Estates, Country View Estates and the remainder of the downtown area. Snow Piling and Hauling Wind-rowed snow on Main Street, 102, 103, 104 and 105 Avenues will be hauled after completion of the above priorities, along with 101 and 102 Streets. Wind-rowed snow on 101 Ave. between 109 and 111 St. will be hauled immediately. On streets with no sidewalks, snow will be pushed to one side of the street, then the other, in alternating years. On streets with a sidewalk on one side, snow will be ploughed to the side which has no sidewalk. Streets with sidewalks on both sides will have snow pushed to one side or the other, in which case residents would not be responsible for snow removal on the sidewalks on which snow has been piled. Exceptions are 102 Avenue between 111 and 117 Streets, 105 Avenue and 108 Avenue which will have snow pushed to the north, and 101 Avenue which will have snow pushed to the south. Snow will not be piled where there are power boxes. Time and budget permitting, snow piles will be hauled away from corners to increase visibility for motorists. Snow is removed from driveways as a courtesy to residents. In spring, boulevards effected by snow piles will be swept. In the event of another snowfall in excess of 10 cm during the snow removal process, operations will be interrupted to return to the priority list. In the event of a very large snowfall, snow may be piled on both sides of the street and the removal schedule will be at the discretion of the Director of Public Works or his designate. Curb Grates, Sprinkler Systems, Retaining Walls.... The Town will not be responsible for damage done to (but not limited to) retaining walls, sprinkler systems, rubber mats, curb grates or any other items at or near the driveway, curb or boulevard. PUBLIC SAFETY DURING SNOW REMOVAL Drivers and pedestrians are asked to practise extreme caution around the big machines during snow removal. ~Do not drive under or close to the loader bucket. ~When machinery is backing up, keep a safe distance. If you are too close, you are not visible in the mirrors. ~When meeting the grader, be certain you have eye contact with the operator before you pass or overtake. ~When hauling snow, it takes four minutes to fill a truck. Please be patient - when filling is complete the operators will make room for you to pass. ~After the grader has gone by, the loaders are generally 10 to 20 minutes behind the grader, depending on the amount of snow. Again, we ask for your patience. SIDEWALK SNOW AND ICE REMOVAL Pursuant to Bylaw 937/TR/2009 Section 3, property owners are responsible to clear away all snow and ice from sidewalk that is adjacent to their property within 24 hours in commercial areas, and within 48 areas in residential areas. Snow and ice must be removed the entire width of the sidewalk. Absence of the owner from the property does not absolve the owner from this responsibility. Where an owner fails to comply with this Bylaw, the Town may have the sidewalk cleared and any costs incurred will be invoiced to the owner. Failing payment, Council may charge the costs against the land as taxes. Failure to comply with this bylaw constitutes an Offense whereby the owner is liable to a penalty of $100 for each violation

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ANIMAL CONTROL

SCHOOL IS IN SESSION We extend a warm welcome to all our students and teachers. Please become familiar with the school locations and speed limits. Be alert for children walking and slow down, even if you are not in a marked school zone. Be considerate of school bus drivers - they are carrying our most precious “cargo”. Our new college students have also arrived, therefore pedestrian traffic has increased dramatically. Parents, please educate your children in the proper use of crosswalks.

The Town’s Animal Control Bylaw dictates that an owner of an animal is guilty of an offence if: • the animal is not licensed • barking or howling disturbs others • the animal causes property damage • the animal is in an area where a sign prohibits pets • the animal bites, attacks, barks at or threatens a person or another animal • the animal defecates on property not belonging to the owner, and the defecation is not immediately removed and disposed of in a sanitary manner Dog and cat owners are ultimately responsible for their pets. Please, respect your neighbors, take proper care of your pets and limit yourself to what you able to handle. Your neighbors have a right to peace and quiet in their homes and to be able to walk the streets and trails without being annoyed or frightened. The complete bylaw may be viewed at www.fairview.ca

Garbage & Recyclables Collection All residential garbage and recyclables are collected on Wednesdays by Prairie Disposal’s automated collection system. Every residence has been allocated one black bin for household waste and one blue bin for recyclables. The bins are provided at no charge, however if a bin is lost or damaged, the resident will be responsible for the replacement cost. Place both bins on the street with wheels touching the curb, one metre of clearance between each bin and any other object, such as a vehicle. What can go in the black garbage cart? Any bagged household garbage that you would normally place out for collection should be placed in the black cart. Absolutely no hazardous materials or loose garbage. What if I can’t get all my garbage in the cart? The equivalent of three bags will fit in the cart. If your cart is overflowing (lid will not close), it will not be collected. Additional bags placed at the curb will be picked up if they have a “bag tag” sticker which can be purchased at the town office. What can go in the blue recycling bin? Newsprint, heavy paper, mixed paper, box board, cardboard, rinsed food cans, rinsed beverage containers, hard plastics #1 to 7 and deposit items. What should not go into my blue recycling bin? Plastic toys, bubble wrap, plastic bags/film, styrofoam, glass, ceramics, toxic items, electronics, small appliances, diapers, scrap metal or wood, food or yard waste, unrinsed food containers, soiled paper (used tissue or paper towel, pizza boxes smeared with cheese etc.), soiled containers. Please remove your emptied bins from the street the same day. This is crucial for snow removal purposes.

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Fairview Motocross Association Promotion of health, recreation and teamwork. We are an association looking to establish a competitive motocross track and recreation facility.

THANK YOU

to our great sponsors and supporters for this year’s Ice Race at George Lake! It was a huge success!

For more information please contact Darian at

780-834-8454 darian@cyclewest.ca

Track construction Spring 2013!

Dance • Drama • Music MITELKA FOLKLORIC THEATRE & DANCE COMPANY Multi Dance Styles: • Tap • Hip Hop • Ballet • Lyrical & Musical Theatre *Some small acting roles for those of you that want to participate in the theatrical parts Ages 4-Adult Mitelka creates its own stories through a unique blend of dance, drama and music. Classes Begin in September and end the first weekend in May. Practices are located at Waterhole Hall four miles south of Fairview.

Registration will be held September 6th 7-8 pm at the Waterhole Hall 10% discount if registered by August 25th

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FAIRVIEW ROTARY CLUB What does the Rotary Club do in Fairview? Here are some examples... s!NNUAL2OTARY"IRTHDAYAND!NNIVERSARY#ALENDAR0HOTO#ONTEST s4HE'OODFOR+IDS!NNUAL!UCTIONAND'OLF4OURNAMENT s$ONATIONS#AMP'O&OR)T%%/LIVER0LAYGROUND s(OSTINGTHE2#-0-USICAL2IDE s!NNUAL%NTRYINTHE&ESTIVALOF4REES s4ENDINGTHEmOWERPLANTERATTHE,EGION(ALL s0ROVIDINGRIDESFORSENIORCITIZENSDURINGWINTERMONTHS $RIVING-ISS$AISY s0ANCAKE"REAKFASTS s#OURTESYAND).TEGRITY3HIELDS s9OUTH0ROGRAMS)NTERNATIONAL3TUDEN%XCHANGE ).4%2!#4 290%. 2OTARY9OUTH0ROGRAMOF%NRICHMENT AND29,! 2OTARY9OUTH,EADERSHIP!WARD s3HELTER"OXFOR(AITIAN$ISASTER2ELIEF s(ELPTHE&AIRVIEW&OOD"ANK s$ECORATING(EMSTOCK0ARKAT#HRISTMAS s0ROVIDINGCOMMUNITYEVENTNOTICESONTHE2OTARY#LOCK

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It’s Great to Skate!!

CanSkate is designed for beginners of all ages. Whether for recreation, hockey, or figure skating, your child will develop skating skills through games, music, creativity, participation, and skill development. Lessons are in a group format and led by an NCCP certified professional coach. Skaters progress at their own rate and coaches use teaching aids, and a wide variety of activities that create a fun environment and promote learning.

FALL 2012 AND WINTER 2013 SESSIONS AVAILABLE! This is a very affordable and fun winter activity!

Not sure if your child will like it? Attend the first 4 sessions and if they aren’t ready to continue, you will get a full refund (less the skate Canada fee). STARSkate offers opportunities for skaters to develop their skills in ice dance, skating skills, free skate and interpretive skating. Skaters have the option of participating in test days and competitions throughout the season.

Watch for announcements of registration dates/times or contact

Jeff 780-835-7344 or Carol 780-835-4311 for more information on Fairview Silver Blades Programs.

FAIRVIEW VESELKA DANCERS

Join us in Learning Traditional Ukrainian Dance with a professional instructor who has over 25 years of training and Instructing experience. Fast – paced, Fun and Educational.

You can’t get any better than this! Ages 4 – 18

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Rental Services Marquee Tent: Size: 20’ x 30’ with a capacity of 20 tables for 50 – 60 People Cost: $165.00/day $85.00 each additional day $250.00 weekend rate (Friday – Sunday) $500.00 damage deposit Portable Bleachers: Size: 5 row 21’ long seats up 65 people Cost: $25.00 / day per bleacher $500.00 damage deposit Picnic Tables: May be rented on a per event basis Cost: $10.00/picnic table $100.00 damage deposit Please add GST to all prices The renter is responsible for the transportation of all rented equipment.

E.E. Oliver Community Complex Please contact the Town of Fairview office to book the complex. There is a large gymnasium, ancillary room, Kitchen, Bar and stage available for your function. Ideal for sporting events, weddings, conventions, clubs and other large functions. Fairplex Arena Available for skating Birthday Parties $50.00 /hr call Ged at 835-2723 for available times Arena Off Season: Arena can be booked for a variety of functions including: Sporting events, Weddings, Trade Shows, Concerts and family reunions. The arena can be booked by the hour, day, week and weekend. Daily $200.00 Weekly $660.00 Weekend $750.00

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Are You Prepared for an Emergency?

72 HOURS In the event of an emergency in our community you and your family should be prepared to take care of yourselves for a minimum of 72 hours.

1. Know the Risks: Blizzards, Extreme Cold, Extreme Heat, Floods, Wildfires, Power outages, Winter storms, Tornadoes 2. Make a Plan: • Plan how and where to meet - Where in your home - Safe meeting place outside of your home • Alternate places to stay such as family and friends outside of your neighborhood • Emergency Exits - Out of your home - Out of your neighborhood - Out of your Town

3. Educate • Know the emergency plans in your workplace and your children’s school, emergency contact information, the location of fire extinguishers, water valve, electrical box, gas valve, all Family members know how to contact emergency services 4. Have an Emergency Kit Have some basic supplies so you and your family are prepared to be selfsufficient for at least 72 hours. Make sure your kit is easy to carry and everyone in the house knows where it is. Keep it portable incase you need to leave.

Some Recommended Items for Your Kit • Water • Food • Manual can opener • Flashlight and Batteries • First Aid Kit • Battery operated radio • Candles & Matches • Toiletries • Utensils • Garbage Bags • Basic Tools • Duct Tape

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For your health Gymnasium: League & Drop-in Racquetball / squash courts Fully-equipped weight room Cardio room Sauna 3-hole golf course & putting green Soccer field & ball diamond Indoor riding arena Trout pond Group Exercise Classes Bender Ball Stability Ball Fit N Firm Zumba Yoga R.I.P.

For more information:

Phone: 780.835.6689 Email: FairviewRec@gprc.ab.ca

L I K E U S O N FA C E B O O K : GPRC Fairview Recreation Centre

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Upgrading

your future

Academic Upgrading courses offered in Fairview via videoconference: Intro Keyboarding Advanced Keyboarding Computer Application

English Gr 12 Equivalent Basic Mathematics 2 Basic Mathematics 3

Math Gr 10-C Equivalent

Math Gr 20-1 Equivalent Math Gr 12 Pure Equivalent

Computer App 2

English 30-2 Equivalent Math Prep 1

Math Grade 10-3 Equivalent

FOR MORE INFORMATION

780.835.6718


Community Guide Fall/Winter 2012