Offered by Southwest Winnipeg Ringette Association which includes Whyte Ridge.
We know summer holidays haven’t even started but we need you reserve your spot and come give our great sport a sht this fall! Southwest Winnipeg Ringette Association Invites you to Come Try Ringette!
Sunday, September 10, 2017 @ 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm (on ice from 1:00 – 2:00 pm) River Heights Community Center 1370 Grosvenor Avenue, Winnipeg
This is a free event open to children ages 3 to 10, which provides an opportunity to come and tryout our great sport. All you need to bring is a desire to have fun, skates, helmet and something warm for your hands. We will provide the sticks, rings and the fun.
Local Association representatives will be available to answer questions regarding registration (which closes September 11th), equipment needs and programs available. Snacks and refreshments will be provided for participants after ice time.
Please register in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recently, you may have noticed something new in front of the Whyte Ridge Community Centre at 170 Fleetwood Road. It is our new digital sign; replacing the old sign that has become such a familiar sight since 2007.
While it was great to have the old sign, it was difficult to change (especially in poor weather) and very limited in the message it could display. The new sign has an updated look with our new web page address and a full color LED display measuring 2 feet by 8 feet! The new sign will open a world of possibilities for communicating community events and news as well as advertising to help raise much needed funds for the community centre.
The new sign was entirely funded by the City of Winnipeg’s Land Dedication Grant. A big thank you to Councillor Marty Morantz for his assistance in procuring the funding. This sign is just the beginning of a whole host of big changes we hope to see at our community centre over the coming years including the construction of a gymnasium and expanded community centre, outdoor exercise equipment and further additions to the beautiful natural prairie, interpretive trail and butterfly garden which have already added so much to our facility. If you like the sound of these proposed changes, please get involved and volunteer your time to help make these plans a reality! For more information about volunteering, please visit our web site at http://whyteridge.ca/wp-cc/members/volunteers/.
May 6, 2017 marked a RECORD attendance at the Run at The Ridge 2km and 5km race. 1403 runners, wearing the color neon yellow, enjoyed the beautiful sun and warm weather. Adding to the hundreds of Whyte Ridge Community runners, we were excited to see over 80 runners from Carman, Manitoba, 200 runners from Robert H. Smith School in Winnipeg and many new Whyte Ridge Elementary Families from Bridgwater.
Moe Leggett from the Winnipeg Blue Bombers Football Club was our celebrity guest. He officially started the 2km race at 8:30am and the 5k race at 9:15 a.m. Tyler Carr from Energy 106 was also on hand to get the crowd going with his “Selfie Square” and some great music. Buzz, Boomer, Green Drop and Lionel from Boston Pizza were on hand to bring hugs and smiles to the kids and adults at the start and finish line. Continue reading “Run at the Ridge 2017” »
The calendar pages are turning quickly and spring has arrived. The HGI team is motivated and working together to prepare our school float for the Pembina Trails Canada 150 event. With our school pillars (Humanity, Growth, Innovation, and Sustainability) in mind, we are creating a float with a dual purpose. Materials on the float will be used or repurposed into the garden project back at the school.
The entire Pembina Trails School Division will be gathering at Investors Group Field on May 24, each school with their celebratory float, along with a mass band for the playing of O Canada, a dance group, a video and many other special activities. Community participants are very welcome to join us. Happy birthday, Canada! https://ewww.pembinatrails.ca/AboutUs/SpecialEvents/Pages/Our-Pembina-Trails-Canada-150-Project.aspx Continue reading “Henry G. Izatt School News” »
Whyte Ridge School celebrates 25 years this fall!
They say “time flies” but who could imagine 25 years has sped past and our wonderful community early years school is already planning its silver anniversary this fall?
Since opening in 1992, thousands of Whyte Ridge children have experienced a positive start to their schooling at Whyte Ridge. Over the years the school has moved quickly with the times; offering the very best in instruction, materials and programming. One priority however, has never changed: providing a supportive and successful first few years of school for the community’s children. Students like Trinity Frank and Mason Yip can hardly believe the school is already 25 years old and agree “it’s a great environment to learn and grow”. Valued staff members, like Mr. Schultz, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Yetman and Mrs. Meikle have remained with the school since its opening and are well known through the community. They all agree, they cannot imagine a better place to work. Continue reading “Whyte Ridge Elementary School News” »