The Township's recreation programs are volunteer-run, making them affordable for families. The Recreation Working Group, comprised of residents, provides the overall leadership and planning for the Township's sports programs and other community activities. These programs could not be provided without the support of parents and volunteer coaches. In creating our recreation programs the Township's aim is to provide an environment for our youth to have fun, all while learning valuable life lessons and skills. Our goal is to instill values we feel our residents hold dear such as honesty, integrity, team play and sportsmanship.
2016 Recreation Newsletter
2017 Recreation Newsletter
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Participating in sport helps kids develop physical and social skills. It helps build self-esteem. By helping kids get into the game, we're equipping them with determination. And we're giving them confidence that will extend beyond practices and games.
No kid should be left on the sidelines but in Canada 1 in 3 families cannot afford to enroll their kids in organized sports. That's almost 750,000 kids every year who want to play, but just can't.
How can Jumpstart help those kids dreaming on the sidelines? Sign them up. Suit them up. And get them in the game.
Want to Apply?
If you are a parent or guardian, you can apply for funding on behalf of your child/children by visiting jumpstart.canadiantire.ca. All information provided will be kept confidential.
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