It’s the Wickwire students up to grade 5 against the teachers this morning in the 7th annual student versus teachers hockey game.
The game will be played at Queens Place at 10 this morning.
The game will also be a fundraiser for Aidan Grant. Monies are being raised for a wheel chair for the young man who is in grade 1 at the school.
The school is asking for the community to come out and support this event. Donations are welcomed to help generate funds for this project that will benefit Aidan and his family for many years. If your child could bring in a loonie or toonie it would help to cover costs and make a sizeable donation for this cause! If you have any questions or concerns please contact the school at 354-7660.
Terry Butlin and John Townsend are two very avid Pulse readers who share their opinions.
They want the Mayor to do something about the Old Town Hall.
Here are their emails sent yesterday.
From Terry Butlin:
Thanks for the compliment JohnTownsend.
The Sherman Hines issue should be forthcoming from our elected officials. Unfortunately that does not seem to be occurring. So I guess we will have to rely on Alex to keep digging.
I keep bringing the subject of the Sherman Hines museum up because we have to keep it alive, or I am afraid that nothing will happen. That would be a shame. I am sure that most Liverpudians would love to see our old Town Hall become something we could showcase to visitors.
John Townsend wrote:
ith respect to the Terry Butlin comment… I applaud Mr. Butlin for stating his views. I have never met this indivdual, but hope to, as I like the cut of his jib where public information is concerned.
No one expects miracles from the mayor or council…simple openness and transparency where the public is concerned is all that is being requested. What has happened to a request from pulse editor A.J. Wailing with respect to having open council meetings streamed on-line, live…and also viewed by R.O.Q’s residents at their leisure.
Expense is certainly not the issue, so what is !. I would invite Mayor Clarke…and or individual councillors to respond on this issue….there would appear to be one reason and one reason only, and the reason is not expense.
Thanks for the space……
DJCWA 7th Annual Students’ vs. Staff Hockey Game
The 2014 Students’ vs. Staff Annual Hockey game is planned for Thursday, March 6th from 10:00 am to 11:00 am at Queens Place Emera Centre.
The school has named Aidan Grant, a grade one student at our school, as this year’s beneficiary. Aidan is in need of a wheelchair accessible van. The school is asking for the community to come out and support this event.
Donations are welcomed to help generate funds for this project that will benefit Aidan and his family for many years. If your child could bring in a loonie or toonie it would help to cover costs and make a sizeable donation for this cause! If you have any questions or concerns please contact the school.
Pulse reader Terry Butlin of Western Head ask:
“Would like reported any progress the council may have with the Sherman Hines situation. Hope it is not dying a silent death. Another summer tourist season with a Main Street attraction being closed is drawing closer”
The Pulse contacted Mayor Chris Clarke for an update and the Mayor told the Pulse when we asked if there had been any further talks he responded with “absolutely nothing”
So Terry and others that is where we stand as of yesterday.