Got stuff? Sacha’s Park wants it!

Mom-to-Mom sale bigger and better

Court Street in the village of L’Orignal as part of a community yard sale where they will be selling donated items and talking to people about the playground project. “This is a great opportunity for our community to come together and show its support for the project,” said Jackie Chenier, Sacha’s mother. “We understand that not everyone can afford to make a financial contribution to the park, so donating a few things that they are no longer using is another way of helping.” Sacha’s Park is a playground that is being proposed for the new Place La Seigneurie development in L’Orignal. The playground, once built, will be different than a typical playground in that it will be universally accessible allowing children of all abilities to fully enjoy the park and its equipment.The goal for Sacha’s Park is to create a playground that is inclusive and where the equipment works for everyone, including children with disabilities. A playground where everyone can play. Used items in good condition are appreciated; however, furniture, TVs, large appliances, and mattresses cannot be accepted. Drop-off or pick-up arrangements can be organized through Jackie Chenier at 613-676-0517, or at More information about Sacha’s Park can be found on the online fundraising page

The Mom-to-Mom sale is back this weekend at the VankleekHill Community Centre but this time, themoms invade the rink to find hidden gems for the kids and family. A whole lot of toys, used and new, clothing for kids, crafts, arts, jewelry and beauty products, the centre will be packed with goodwill and good finds. More than 50 tables are already reserved by moms and local businesses and the sale will sure be a hit, two weeks before the Trash and Treasure Hunt in Vankleek Hill. The sale is Saturday, from 8:00 to 1:00 p.m.(SL)


a universally accessible playground that has been proposed for the village of L’Orignal. The playground, in memory of Sacha Chenier, will feature equipment that is inclusive and accessible to everyone, including children with disabilities. The future play space, once built, will be one of the most inclusive playgrounds in Canada, and will allow children of all abilities to play together. The Chenier family and members of the park’s fundraising committee will set up on

It’s spring-cleaning time, which means many homes likely have a few items lying around that could find new life in someone else’s home, and give a park a chance at a new life, too. The fundraising committee for Sacha’s Park is looking for donations of gently used items that can be sold at a garage sale scheduled for Saturday, May 30, to help raise funds for

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Open House

CAMP DE JOUR 2015 (Lundi au vendredi de 9 h à 16 h)

Venez découvrir Valoris! Le 29 mai 2015, de 15 h à 19 h Centre de services Hawkesbury - 411, rue Stanley Street Plusieurs ateliers et kiosques d’information sur nos services et programmes. Bricolage, maquillage et jeux pour les enfants. BBQ gratuit! Come discover Valoris! Co e May 29, 2015, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Hawkesbury Service Centre - 411 Stanley Street

Le Service des Loisirs et de la Culture offre une variété d’activités pour les enfants de 5 à 12 ans. Le coût du camp de jour (incluant service de garde – 8h à 9h et de 16h à 17h) est de 128,75 $ par enfant par semaine.

INFO : Complexe sportif Robert Hartley 613-636-2082 

 2015 DAY CAMP

Many workshops and information booths on our services. Crafts, face painting and games for children. Free BBQ!

(Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)

The Recreation and Culture Services offers a variety of activities for all children ages 5 to 12 years old. The cost for the day camp (including daycare services – 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. and from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.) is $128.75 per child per week.

Venez en grand nombre! Join us!

INFO: Robert Hartley Sports Complex 613-636-2082

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