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City of Belleville ReCReation, CultuRe and Community SeRviCeS depaRtment


Summer Extravaganza General Day Camp Program Variety of Fun Weekly Themes Sports, Games, Crafts and Activities

try Relatively inexpensive, low in fat and chock full of vitamins and minerals, white fish is an excellent addition to a balanced diet. In fact, heath experts recommend 2 portions of fish per week. Pacific halibut, haddock, tilapia and red snapper are just a few of the many varieties available and white fish can be prepared in many ways: baked, poached, fried or grilled. The benefits: • •

Weekly Off-Site Day Trips - Swimming Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (extra hours available)

Ages 3 - 6 / 7 - 10 / 11 - 13 $125 per child / per week

low fat, high in protein rich in Vitamin B and selenium, which promote cell and skin health, improve metabolism, immune system, and thyroid health source of iodine which is supports a healthy thyroid and can lead to im-

proved fetal development, weight control and prevention of depression Shopping Tips: • • • • •

the fresher the better – if possible, purchase it the same day you plan to cook it when choosing fillets, be sure the flesh is moist and firm with a translucent sheen avoid flesh that is dried or gaping whole fish should have bright eyes and shiny skin To know you are choosing eco-sensitive, ocean friendly seafood, visit www. for a list of the best choices for you and the planet!

Specialty Day Camp Programs Certified Youth Youth Leadership Development Girls On the Go Art Ventures Extreme Escape Skateboard Camp Outdoor Adventure Stars Of The Stage Wacky Water Sports Wide Range of Sports, Games, Crafts and Activities - Weekly Off-Site, Theme Related Day Trips - Experienced Staff Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm (extra hours available for some camps)

Ages 7 - 14 $125 - $135 per child / per week

For more information or to register, please call the Recreation, Culture and Community Services Department at 613-966-4632 or visit us at


Grilled White Fish Dinner Packets

(serves 6) • 6 large pieces of aluminum foil lined with parchment paper In each packet layer the following... • 1 firm white fish fillet (Haddock, Halibut, Red Snapper, Basa etc) • 1 chopped green onion or shallot • a few slices of yellow, green, and red peppers • yellow & green zuchinni, thickly sliced • fresh asparagus, yellow & green beans or snap peas Optional: add a few shrimp or scallops To make Sauce, blend the following ingredients and drizzle lightly over each fish and vegetable

packet... • 2/3 cup of extra Virgin Olive Oil • 1/3 cup of fresh lemon juice • Pinch of each to taste: fresh dill, tarragon, basil, salt pepper Fold foil together into a little envelope and tightly wrap edges to seal. Packets can be made ahead and refridgerated until cooking time. BBQ at about 400 for 15 to 20 minutes. Your whole meal is in the envelope! Enjoy! Serving Tips: A salad with fresh summer greens and a light vinaigrette makes a great side for this dish and you can top off the meal with delicious grilled peaches and frozen yogurt!

Healthy Living Now - June 2012 Issue  

June 2012 issue of Healthy Living Now