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There will be a public meeting at Riverview Community Centre on Thursday, December 12th to discuss a proposal regarding Bulk Carriers Expansion on Bannockburn Road. All residents and property owners are welcome to attend.

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Clyde River Council will host its second Seniors’ Lunch & Learn event on Friday, December 6th at 11:00 a.m. with a presentation by RCMP Cst. Gavin Moore entitled “Be Scam Savvy”.  He will address the unsolicited and all-too-common phone and computer messages that can be annoying, intrusive and possibly a threat to personal security. All are welcome. Please register for lunch by December 4th by emailing administrator@clyderiverpei.com or calling 902-394-2846. If a storm date is required, it would be December 9th, 11:00 a.m. The presentation will take place at Riverview Community Centre, 718 Clyde River Road. We thank PEI Seniors’ Secretariat and the Clyde River W.I. for their assistance in making this series possible.

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The first in the series of Seniors’ Lunch & Learn events was a great success with 40+ in attendance. Ellen Dixon offered advice on Working the Kinks Out. After the session, guests enjoyed some hot Chili.

Mark your calendars for the second in the series which will be Friday, December 6th at 11:00 a.m. when RCMP Constable Gavin Moore will talk about phone scams, computer fraud and related topics. More details will follow in a reminder.

This series is hosted by Clyde River Council with assistance from the PEI Seniors’ Secretariat and the Clyde River W.I. Each event includes a presentation on a topic related to health, recreation or safety, tailored to those 50+ and is followed by a hot lunch. The sessions are free and they take place at Riverview Community Centre, 718 Clyde River Road.

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With assistance from the PEI Seniors’ Secretariat and the Clyde River W.I., Clyde River Council is hosting a series of Seniors Lunch and Learn events at the Riverview Community Centre over the next few months. Each event will involve a presentation on a topic related to health, recreation or safety and tailored to the 50+ age bracket. The event will be followed by a hot lunch. The sessions are free. Organizers ask that if you plan to attend to please leave a message at 902-626-8668 or administrator@clyderiverpei.com so they know how much food to prepare.

The first event in the series will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, November 13, when physiotherapist Ellen Dixon will discuss how physio can possibly ease the aches and pains that sometimes accompany the golden years entitled “Working the Kinks Out.” All are welcome to attend.

 

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Clyde River Baptist Church

The Women’s Missionary Society of the Clyde River United Baptist Church invites you to attend their annual Thank Offering Service on Sunday evening, October 27th at 7:00. Special speaker will be Pastor Marie Kenny with special music by the Three Graces and the Church Choir. The Church is located at 618 Clyde River Road, Clyde River. A light refreshment will be served following the service.

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Further to being rained out this past Saturday, we are rescheduling the park cleanup to this coming Saturday morning, October 19th, 9:00 – 12:00 noon. Please bring along a rake and work gloves. Refreshments will be served.

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As we come to the end of another successful season, we invite community volunteers to join together for clean up time on Saturday morning, October 12th, 9:00 to 12:00 noon. Anyone who has participated in this event knows that working together in the park is fun and good exercise. It is a great chance to enjoy this beautiful place with friends and neighbours. We suggest you bring along a rake and wear work gloves. Refreshments will be served. If necessary, the rain date will be the following Saturday.

Jo-Ann MacPhail would like to send out a thank you to Marguerite and Jeff Cameron and their two girls for coming out this past Saturday to help plant daffodil bulbs in the perennial garden, so we can enjoy lovely Spring blooms next year.

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