|December 2007||Newsletter Archive|
• Rec Rap
The holiday season and Christmas seem to come much more quickly when you are a very busy person whether it is paid work, homemaker, or volunteer. As a child I remember the days dragging by as I could hardly wait for Santa to arrive. And now, I worry that I don't have enough time to make all the goody bags and prepare for those special gatherings of the various committees that we volunteer on. Time just flies by because it is almost 2008 and one will have to remember to write the correct date on everything once again!
The final newsletter of the year brings you an important update and a message to be safe while using trails in Manitoba and specifically the Pinawa trails. Speaking of trails check out the article on Old Pinawa, a place you'll want to visit for sure this season or next year, don't forget your camera! NEHA gives you tips on how to deal with the stress of Christmas while Nancy's Notes gives you more ideas on becoming a "green" family or office. Why not make a New Year's Resolution that you and yours will make an effort to become more fit and stay healthy this season? You can always join the Jackrabbits on a Sunday or go as a group and enjoy the many ski trails
Many of you will be travelling to "home" and "The Taylor" is now home for the holidays waiting to welcome new owners; check out the photo journal of the installation of the house on it's foundations.
Have a very Merry Christmas and safe holiday season from the staff and Board of the Pinawa Community Development Corporation
Alice Chambers Trans Canada Trail Winter 2007
Dual Use Agreement With Trail Users In Pinawa...
by Nancy Bremner, Community Development Officer
Christmas Town Market Pinawa Style
I Can't Believe I Got All My Christmas Shopping Done...
by Nancy Bremner CDO Pinawa CDC
Friends Of Old Pinawa: What's Happening At Pinawa Dam Provincial Park ?
Celebrating The Completed Projects And What is To Come In The New Year?
by Dick Thomson, Co-Chair of Friends of Old Pinawa, Volunteer And Resident Of Pinawa
Minister Reminds Snowmobilers To Ride Safe In The Snow
Snowmobile Enthusiasts Should Keep Safety In Mind...
Mustang Minerals Begins Drilling Phase
A Mineral Exploration Company Is Now Conducting...
by Marc Zienkiewicz, Lac du Bonnet Leader
Updates On The Pulse Of Pinawa
by Nancy Bremner, Community Development Officer And Resident Of Pinawa
North Eastman Health Association
Tips To Have A Stress Free Christmas...
by NEHA Health Facilitators
Skate With Santa, WRRD New Winter Programs...
by Sharalyn Reitlo, Winnipeg River Recreation Director
Survivor's Hope Crisis Centre Inc. (SARAH)
Canadians Are Committed To Supporting Charitable Organizations...
by Holly Parcey, SARAH
The Biblio File
Auto Repair Manual, Winners Of The Raffle, Norman Mailer, Author Of The Month...
by Marg Stokes, Librarian
The Taylor Is Home. Is It The House For You?
Pinawa CDC's House Is Home For The Holidays...
by Nancy Bremner Community Development Officer
Treading Lightly With Taylor
A Collection Of Photographs With A Naturalist's Dialogue...
by Peter Taylor, Photographer And Resident Of Pinawa
Ode To The River
by Valerie Ross, Writer And Resident of Pinawa
Whiteshell Cross-Country Ski Club
Snow Has Promised A Great Year Of Skiing