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Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Nations Band Office News - 01/17/11

BAND OFFICE

NEWS Find out what’s happening in the Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Band Office and community!

Deadline for next newsletter: January 27 E-mail submissions to jessieh@gwanakplan.org

CONTENTS

p2 Staff Contact Information p3 Elders Update p4-5 Treaty Update p6 Public Works Update, Ec. Dev. Mtng Notice, & Wa’kas Hall MISCELLANEOUS p7 Staff New Years Resolutions p8 Cooking Classes Notice p9 Support Groups Notice p10 Port Hardy OCP Poster p11 Bus Schedule p12-14 Job Postings p15 Social Assistance Form p16-17 Dot-to-dot & Wordsearch p18 Calendar

CAUTION! Drivers, please watch your speed, especially when there are kids (and dogs) out, like at lunch time and after school! Be Safe!

NEW ACTIVITIES AT ROBERT SCOTT GYM! Rob Lind (with program director Debbie Hominiuk) has leased the Robert Scott gym and is offering activities every day of the week at the newly-named “Bears Place”. Drop in is $2, or you can pay $25 for a month’s membership. If you have questions or suggestions, you can call them at 949-0343.

SCHEDULE Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wed.

Thursday

12-4 pm Open Mic Drama

5-7 pm Basketball

5-7 pm Floor Hockey

5-7 pm Boxing

5-7pm Floor Hockey

5-8 pm Floor Hockey

7-9 pm Indoor Soccer

7-9 pm Badminton

7-9 pm Indoor Soccer

7-9 pm Badminton

Friday

Sat.

5-7 pm 9 am-12 Volleyball Boxing

8-12 midnight Dry Dance

12-4 pm Open Gym

Bears Entertainment, Arts & Recreation Society 1

Do you have pictures you’d like to see in the newsletter? E-mail them to jessieh@gwanakplan.org


STAFF CONTACT INFO The Band Office News is prepared by Jessie Hemphill, Gwa’sala’Nakwaxda’xw Executive Assistant and Communications Coordinator. This newsletter is delivered to all houses on the Tsulquate Reserve every second week and posted to the Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw website.

Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Band Office Les Taylor, Band Manager manager@gwanak.info / 902-2307 Margaret Bernard, Finance finance@gwanak.info / 902-2308 Conrad Browne, Economic Development ecdev@gwanak.info / 902-2301

If you have questions or comments about this newsletter, contact Jessie at (250) 949-8343 or e-mail jessieh@gwanakplan.org.

Pat Dawson, Social Development patriciad@gwanak.info / 902-2309

The purpose of this newsletter is to keep Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw community members informed about what is happening in the Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Band Office and the surrounding community.

Jessie Hemphill, Communications & Exec. Assistant jessieh@gwanakplan.org / 949-8343

Anybody is welcome to make submissions to the newsletter, including announcements, lostand-found, photographs, bakwam’kwala words, stories, legends, drawings, etc. etc. etc. Other ways to stay connected to the Gwa’sala’Nakwaxda’xw community are: Website (www.gwanak.info)

Colleen Hemphill, Treaty colleenh@gntreaty.org / 949-8424

Lorna Henderson, Housing housing@gwanak.info / 902-2303 Grace Smith, Education graces@gwanak.info / 902-2320 Ted Stevens, Forestry forestry@gwanak.info / 949-8393 Bob Swain, Public Works 230-0087 Elisha Taylor-Child, Native Courtworker etaylor-child@nccabc.ca / 902-2223

Facebook (User: Gwasala Nakwaxdaxw) Twitter (User: Gwasnakw)

Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Elders Centre Front Desk: (250) 949-7406 Silena George, Elders’ Coordinator silenag@gntreaty.org

Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Nations Band Office PO Box 998 154 Tsulquate Reserve Port Hardy, B.C. V0N 2P0 Front Desk Phone: (250) 949-8343 Fax: (250) 949-7402

Crystal Walkus, Treaty Resource Assistant crystalw@gntreaty.org Natasha Walkus, Treaty Resource Assistant tashtreaty@gwanak.info

Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Health & Family Services Front Desk: (250) 949-8131 Sandra Charlie, Health Director scharlie@gwanakhealth.info / 902-2286

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Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Nations Band Office News - 01/17/11

ELDERS UPDATE HELLO & HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE! I hope you all had a happy & safe holiday. We are back to the grind at last. I haven’t had the chance to come and see all of the Elders yet. I have already been working on transportation & accommodation for the annual Elder Conference, which will be held in Abbotsford this year! Please let me know as soon as possible if you plan to come or not. Andrea has started a diabetes program for the whole community. You don’t necessarily have to have diabetes to atted these programs. It is for those at risk and for those who would just like to prevent it. Every Tuesday there is a fitness program at The First Choice Fitness Gym starting @ 2pm sharp. Fridays there’s swimming starting @ 11am. You will have to find your own transportation there and back, unfortunately. I will be doing home visits every Wednesday. If you would like me to come and visit or hang out with you at your house, please don’t hesitate to call or come and see me. Thursday, January 20 will be the first Elder’s lunch meeting of the year. We will be starting @ 12pm at the Elder’s Centre. I hope to see all you elders there. If you cannot reach me at my office, I am more than likely up at granny Sara’s helping her with her daily routine until Richard returns home. So all you Elders have my cell number if you need to get a hold of me. The kitchen is looking very nice. It is not quite done yet. So it will be unavailable to rent for dinners or any other personal use until further notice. However, if you are wanting to rent it for work related purposes, please call me to book in your workshop or meeting. Thank you all for your patience and understanding. Gilakasla Silena George Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Council Portfolios: Finance (Ernie) / Health & Social Development (Ernie, Gary, Victor) / Housing (Ernie, Terry, Victor, John) / Forestry (Eddie, Victor) / Fisheries (Ernie, John, Terry) / Education (Crystal, Ernie, Terry) / Economic Development (Crystal, Victor, Ernie, Eddie) / Treaty (Ernie, Crystal) / Personnel & Policies (Crystal) / Recreation (Crystal, Terry, Victor) 3


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INTRODUCING T.A.C. : THE GN TREATY ADVISORY COMMITTEE At a Community Meeting held on March 28, 2010 a group of dedicated community members agreed to sit on the Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Treaty Advisory Committee (TAC). The TAC members go to monthly TAC meetings where information is shared. TAC members are asked to express their opinions, concerns and to ask questions about important topics which come up in our treaty negotiations. We would like to acknowledge our TAC members and thank them for their time, commitment and for sharing their thoughts. Be sure to check out future Newsletters for one-on-one interviews with TAC members. If you want to know more about the Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Treaty Advisory Committee, you can contact Natasha Walkus, Treaty Resource Worker, at tashtreaty@gwanak.info.

WHAT HAS TAC BEEN TALKING ABOUT? Over the past months, TAC members have been taking an in-depth look at our Lands and talking about the creation of a Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Constitution. On January 12 and 13, TAC members began to explore how a Constitution works and what we might want to include in ours. These are some of the things discussed by TAC members at the meeting: What is a Constitution and why do we need one? A Constitution is the highest law of the land. A Constitution is the beginning of making decisions by Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw members for members. A Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Constitution will clearly set out the rules and relationships between Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw members and our leaders. What does a Constitution contain? The Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Nation could choose to include many elements within its ConstiQuestions or comments? E-mail jessieh@gwanakplan.org

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tution, such as: 1. Statement of Origin of the Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw 2. Declaration of Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Values and Rights 3. Official Language 4. Membership – Citizenship Rules/Code 5. Structure of Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Government – Hereditary and Elected 6. Accountability Rules for Financial/Administrative Responsibilities 7. Decision-Making – by Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Government and Members 8. Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Lands and Resources 9. Dispute Resolution/ Process to Challenge Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw Laws or Decisions 10.Conflict of Interest – Code of Conduct 11.Amendment Process 12.Other Potential Elements that are important to the Community

INTERESTED IN BOOKING THE WA’KAS HALL? Please call the Band Office (949-8343) and speak with Jessie Walkus about which times are available. She will write it in the hall calendar. Whoever’s name is written on the calendar is the person with the booking. Members of the bingo committee (including Sandra Charlie and Gary Walkus) either have keys for the chairs & tables or should know how to get access. Sue Walkus, Hall Janitor, has access to the microphone. During working hours (8am-4pm, Mon-Fri) Bob Swain can help light the stove or let people into the hall. In the next newsletter we will give you more information about using the Wa’kas Hall. 5


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PUBLIC WORKS UPDATE COMMUNITY EMERGENCY PLAN:

We now have a basic Level 1 emergency plan on paper. The next step is for community members to get trained to make the plan work. I will be asking the people whose names are on the document to see if they want to be a part of the plan. There is still lots of work to be done to get us ready for any emergencies that affect our community.

WAKAS HALL:

There are some people who keep throwing out the floor mats that are by the doors to wipe your feet when you come into the building. Would please quit doing that, it causes the floors to get wet and then people can slip on the wet floors and get hurt. Thank you, Bob

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PLANNING MEETING Jan. 17/24/31 (Mondays) 5:3o pm @ GN Elders Centre Come talk about our community’s future in economic development! We will talk about our vision for our community, businesses we would (and wouldn’t) like to see owned by the band, and other ineteresting things. Everyone Welcome! Free Dinner!

Questions or comments? E-mail jessieh@gwanakplan.org

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WE ASKED THE STAFF: WHAT IS YOUR NEW YEARS RESOLUTION? “My new years resolution is to live, laugh, learn & love to the best of my ability. Also, to work together with Chief & Council, staff, and community members towards better housing solutions” - Lorna Henderson, Housing “To get healthy again!” - Margaret Bernard, Finance Manager “Stop overthinking things and live in the moment” - Lucy Hemphill, Finance Clerk “To have consistent workshops in 2011, and have someone to do them who will be here throughout the year.” - Pat Dawson-Hunt, Social Development “To stay positive!” - Conrad Browne, Economic Development “To go to bed earlier and wake up earlier. Also, to help our community feel well informed.” - Jessie Hemphill, Communications & Executive Assistant “One resolution that I have is to follow my maintenance schedule that I have made for the entire year. To do the work that is scheduled for that day, then do the other unscheduled work that comes up each and every day. ” - Bob Swain, Public Works

What’s your New Years resolution? To stop smoking? Start exercising? Find a great job? Let us know, and we’ll put it in the next newsletter! Phone: (250) 949-8343 E-mail: jessieh@gwanakplan.org Facebook: Gwasala Nakwaxdaxw Twitter: Gwasnakw

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Healthy Cooking on a Budget

H EALTHY E ATING = H EALTHY B ODIES There is space for 5 sets of 2 people. We will provide the cooking station, all utensils and all ingredients!!! All you need to do is show up and have fun! *Bonus prize ~ each group gets their own stock pot to take home* At the end of the course participants who attended ALL the classes will receive a $50 Overwaitea gift card! Child Minding available upon request. REGISTER BY JANUARY 11/11

To Register please call: Laura or Andrea 949-8131 or Pat 949-8343

You are What You Eat! Eating is more than filling you up-food helps to keep your body healthy well into your senior years. If you eat from your four food groups: Fruits & vegetables, meat and meat products, grains and cereals and milk and dairy products, you will have a better chance of maintaining your body. You can eat well on a budget and you can get the best buy for your dollar if you stick to the outside of the store:)

Questions or comments? E-mail jessieh@gwanakplan.org

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Loss & Grief Support Group

Every Thursday 1-3 @ The Elder’s Building

Life Skills Support Group

Every Friday 1-3 @ the Elder’s Building

Snacks * Door Prizes * Child Minding Provided Please contact Laura or Maggie @ 949-8131 or Pat @ 949-8343 to register for the child minding. These Support Groups will be offered on a long term basis!! A word from our facilitator…. Hello my name is Val Joseph from Kingcome Inlet. I feel very fortunate to have this opportunity to be in your community to share some of my experience. I left Kingcome many years ago to gain further education and employment. For the past 17 years I have been in the Counselling field, I have Specialized in Addictions & Mental Health, Womens & Childrens wellness. My experiences in managing Recovery Houses and Shelters, & 2nd Stage Programs has taught me a lot. For 10 years I have been a Manager of several Residential Programs for Atira Womens Resource Society in Vancouver & St. James Community Services Society, also I have facilitated many groups over the years such as: I believe after many experiences, and learning from facilitating groups that Loss & Grief as well as Life Skills are the most beneficial to our people when it comes to Growth and Healing. We have learned what the Residential Schools have done to our families, now I believe it is time to move forward and strengthen ourselves, and this will ripple effect onto our children, our families, our communities. The Loss & Grief support group will help to process many types of Losses this is not limited to death, it can include loss of marriage, relationship, jobs, children, etc The Life Skills will give you the tools to move forward, when life skills are used every day it benefits you, your family, your community...it is not a one shot deal, it is something we need to live and breath in order for things to get better. The reason I choose these 2 groups is one will help in healing in many ways and the other is to help to move ahead in a positive way, so I hope that you can join me in one or both of the groups being offered over the next weeks and months.

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Questions or comments? E-mail jessieh@gwanakplan.org

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Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Nations Band Office News - 01/17/11 Local Travel (within one community) : $1.25 Zone 2 : $2.50 - Port Hardy to Coal Harbour - Port Hardy-Fort Rupert

BUS SCHEDULE & FARES

Zone 3 : $3.75 - Port Hardy-Port McNeill - Port McNeill-Woss Child under 4 and under ride free when accompanied by adult. Additional children pay fare. Sheet of 10 Tickets Local $10.00 Zone 2 $20.00 Zone 3 $30.00

PORT HARDY - LOCAL SCHEDULE

Port Hardy: Thunderbird Mall

Tsulquate Reserve

8:10 9:17

8:19 9:26

3:49 4:30

3:58 4:39

Trustee Rd. @ Port Hardy North Island Hospital College MONDAY TO FRIDAY - MORNING

Port Hardy: Thunderbird Mall

8:24 9:31

8:26 9:33

8:29 9:36

4:03 4:44

4:05 4:46

4:08 4:49

MONDAY TO FRIDAY - AFTERNOON

PORT HARDY-PORT MCNEILL SCHEDULE

Port Hardy: Thunderbird Mall 7:11 9:51

7:16 9:56

1:17 4:10 5:25

1:22 4:15 5:30

9:25 am 1:20 pm 11

Coal Fort Rupert Port Alice Port McNeill Port McNeill Harbour Park & Ride Junction Ferry Pioneer Mall Junction Terminal MONDAY TO FRIDAY - MORNING 7:21 10:01

7:31 10:11

7:51 10:31

7:54 10:34

1:27 4:20 5:35

1:37 4:30 5:45

1:57 4:50 6:05

2:00 4:53 6:08

MONDAY TO FRIDAY - AFTERNOON

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9:36 am 1:31 pm

SATURDAY

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10:09 am 2:04 pm


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JOB POSTING: FIRST NATION SUPPORT WORKER Port Hardy Secondary School: Eke-Me-Xi (30 hrs/wk)

JOB SCOPE: • • • • • •

Reports to the School Principal Assists the teacher in providing educational programs to students Works with students individually and in groups Works under the direction of teachers Ability to work without supervision Performs duties of a confidential nature

MAJOR DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: • • • • •

Supports the education program of all students Assists students with school work and monitors their progress Works with school staff to support transition from Eke-Me-Xi to Secondary Schools Maintains student records including First Nations Programs data collection Performs other duties as required

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

• Secondary school graduation (with Dogwood Certificate or equivalent) • One year post-secondary applicable to work situation including courses in First Nations Studies, Anthropology, English, Mathematics, Sociology, and Psychology • Extensive knowledge of Kwakwaka’wakw culture • Ability to assist students in their school work in the area of mathematics, language arts, social studies, and science • Ability to understand and effectively carry out oral and written instructions • Ability to use a computer (word processing) for record keeping and instructional programs • Good interpersonal and communication skills • Two to three years recent experience working with First Nations students

Submit letter of application, resume and two reference letters by mail or fax only to: Grace Smith Gwa’sala-’Nakwaxda’xw Nation PO Box 5120 Port Hardy, BC V0N 2P0 Fax: (250) 949-7402

Applications should be received no later than 3:00 pm on Monday, January 31, 2011. We thank all who apply for this position. However, only those short-listed for an interview will be contacted. Succesful candidate will have a 3 month probationary period. Questions or comments? E-mail jessieh@gwanakplan.org

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JOB POSTINGS FROM SERVICE CANADA & NIEFS Job Title : Mgmt./Administration Employer: Statistics Canada Date Posted : 1/10/11 Location : Port Hardy Salary : $14.72-$18.04/plus exp. Details : Collect Census information. Position is flexible but must commit to at least 20 hours per week / early March to end of July. Must be at least 18 years of age. Applicants must pass a written test, interview, security check Contact : Statistics Canada 1-866-773-2011 (TTY 1-800-363-7629) or apply online www.census 2011.ca Job Title : Carpenters Helper Employer: Gateway Restorations Date Posted : 1/7/11 Full/Part-Time : Part-time Location : Port Hardy Salary : DOE Details : Seeking an individual with experience in framing, drywall, and painting who owns basic tools (ie. hammer, power saw, drill, quik pik, pry bar, etc). Ability to work unsupervised. Contact : Email resume to gway1996@telus net no phone calls please Job Title : Special Ed Worker 1 Employer: School District 85 Date Posted : 1/7/11 Full/Part-Time : Part-time Location : Port Hardy Salary : $23.93/HR Details : Grade 12 plus related PS (10 courses)Valid Level 1 First Aid & 2-3 yrs recent exp. Will consider SEW 2 or 3 if necessary @ $20.52-$23.26/hour. Complete online appl. At www.sd85.bc.ca Career Opportunites, Support Staff.. Contact : Complete online appl. at www.sd85.bc.ca Career Opportunites Support Staff www.niefs.net/jobbank 13


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JOB POSTINGS FROM SERVICE CANADA & NIEFS Job Title : Payroll Clerk 11 Employer: School District 85 Date Posted : 1/7/11 Full/Part-Time : Part-time Location : Port Hardy Salary : $22.56/Hr Details : Responsible for payroll & general office functions.Type 40 wpm/Grade 12 & Level 1 CGA or CMA or euivalent or 3-4 yrs office mgmt plus payroll duties/exp. complete online application at www.sd85.bc.ca Career Opportunites, Support Staff. Apply by 4:00 pm Jan 20/11.This is a CUPE position-25 hrs per week. Contact : Attn: Mr. John Martin SD85 Box 90 Pt.Hardy BC V0N 2P0 Fax:250-9498792 or online www.sd85.bc.ca Job Title : Certified Welder Employer: Marshall Welding and fabricating Date Posted : 1/5/11 Full/Part-Time : Full-Time Location : Port Hardy Salary : DOE Details : Welder required . Position is FT but may be PT if desired.Must have level B or higher to apply. Experience welding all materials including aluminum and fabricating preferred. Start ASAP Contact : Fax resume to 250-949-9171 or call 250-949-9353. In person to 5985 Hardy Bay Road Port Hardy Job Title : Employer: Date Posted : Full/Part-Time : Location : Salary : Details : Contact :

Feller Processor Operator Coast Forest Industries Ltd. 1/5/11 Full-Time Port McNeill Union Must be fully qualified and have coastal experience with references. Fax resume to 250-956-9849

Questions or comments? E-mail jessieh@gwanakplan.org

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Declaration Cut-Off Dates:

January 21 (for February 2011) Declarations received after this date will result in delayed cheque issue!

If you do not get this form in EVERY MONTH by the cut-off date, you might not get your cheque! Please remember to bring in your BC Hydro bills as well. 15


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JAN/FEB CALENDAR For more events, be sure to check out the calendar at www.gwanak.info !

Sun Jan. 16

Monday Jan. 17

12-4pm Drama @ Rob. Scott 5-8pm Floor Hockey @ R. Scott

5-7pm Basketball & 7-9pm Indoor Soccer @ R. Scott

Jan. 24

12-4pm Drama @ Rob. Scott 5-8pm Floor Hockey @ R. Scott

Jan. 30 12-4pm Drama @ R. Scott 5-8pm Floor Hockey @ R. Scott

Feb. 6 12-4pm Drama @ R. Scott 5-8pm Floor Hockey @ R. Scott

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Sat

Jan. 18

5:30 pm Ec. Dev. Planning Meeting & Dinner

Pro-D Day

Jan. 23

Tuesday

Jan. 19 Jan. 20 Jan. 21 Jan. 22 10am Council 10-12 free swim GN Time Sheets 9am-12 Meeting Due Boxing & 12 noon 12-4pm 5-7pm Boxing & Elders’ Meeting S.A. Cutoff (forms Open Gym 5-7pm Floor Hockey 7-9pm Indoor Soccer must be in today!) @ R. Scott & 7-9pm Badminton @ R. Scott 5-7 pm Floor Hockey @ R. Scott & 7-9pm Badminton 11am Free Swim @ R. Scott 5-7pm Volleyball & 8-12 midnight Dry Dance @ R. Scott 2pm Diabetes Prevention @ First Choice Fitness

Jan. 26 Jan. 27 Jan. 28 5:30 pm 2pm Diabetes 10am Council Band Office News 11am Free Swim Ec. Dev. Prevention @ First Meeting Deadline Planning MeetChoice Fitness 5-7pm ing & Dinner S.A. Day 5-7 pm Floor Hockey Volleyball & 8-12 5-7pm Floor Hockey & 7-9pm Badminton midnight Dry Dance 5:30 pm & 7-9pm Badminton 5-7pm Boxing & @ R. Scott @ R. Scott Ec. Dev. @ R. Scott 7-9pm Indoor Soccer Planning Meeting & @ R. Scott 5:30 pm Port Hardy Dinner Comm. Plan Mtng. 6:30 pm Port Hardy @ Guidos Comm. Plan Mtng. @ Malone’s % % %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% % PHSS Exams &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&& Jan. 31 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 Feb. 3 Feb. 4 5:30 pm Ec. Dev. Planning Meeting & Dinner

Jan. 25

2pm Diabetes Prevention @ First Choice Fitness

5-7pm Floor Hockey 5-7pm & 7-9pm Badminton Basketball & @ R. Scott 7-9pm Indoor Soccer @ R. Scott Feb. 7 Feb. 8 5-7pm Basketball & 7-9pm Indoor Soccer @ R. Scott

2pm Diabetes Prevention @ First Choice Fitness 5-7pm Floor Hockey & 7-9pm Badminton @ R. Scott

10am Council 5-7 pm Floor Hockey Meeting & 7-9pm Badminton @ R. Scott 5-7pm Boxing & 7-9pm Indoor Soccer @ R. Scott

Feb. 9

Feb. 10

10am Council 5-7 pm Floor Hockey Meeting & 7-9pm Badminton @ R. Scott 5-7pm Boxing & 7-9pm Indoor Soccer @ R. Scott

Questions or comments? E-mail jessieh@gwanakplan.org

Jan. 29 9am-12 Boxing & 12-4pm Open Gym @ R. Scott

Feb. 5

GN Time Sheets Due

9am-12 Boxing & 12-4pm 11am Free Swim Open Gym @ R. Scott 5-7pm Volleyball & 8-12 midnight Dry Dance @ R. Scott Feb. 11 Feb. 12 11am Free Swim

9am-12 Boxing & 5-7pm 12-4pm Volleyball & 8-12 Open Gym midnight Dry Dance @ R. Scott @ R. Scott 18


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