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December 12, 2017, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Md of Bighorn Administration Office
Proposed Bylaw 17-Z/17, is to redistrict approximately 19ha (47ac) of municipal lands in the Hamlet of Dead Man’s Flats from Rural Recreation District (R) to Public Service District (P). Included in the redistricting are Plan 0913084, Block 6, Lot 2, Plan 1113618, Block 1, Lot 6, Plan 1113618, Block 1, Lot 8PUL, and Plan 1113618, Block 1, Lot 7. The subject lands are restricted from development by the floodway of the Bow River. Residential uses are prohibited. The Public Service District allows for parks as a permitted use for the benefit of Hamlet residents and the public
December 12, 2017, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM @ Exshaw Seniors Centre
December 12, 2017, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM @ Exshaw School
Families with your children ages 0-12, Teens & Adults
Everyone is welcome to join this unstructured, ‘play in the gym’ time. Everyone plays together (not a drop-off program). Come and hang out and play whatever sport(s) you decide that week.
Bring clean indoor runners, enter and leave your boots and outdoor shoes at the north doors just above the gym. Fill out a waiver the 1st time you attend & sign in each week.
Participants are responsible for good sportsmanship, supervising their own children, for care of the school and equipment and for putting everything away neatly at the end of your play time. Doors will be relocked at 7:15 pm if no one has arrived & that week’s community gym time cancelled.
Check facebook.com/mdbighorn weekly around 4:00pm on Tuesdays
in case we have to cancel a gym night.
Thank you to the following for their support so this program is FREE!!
CRPS - for Gym use & Staff Volunteers as Building Monitors