On Wednesday, the Kawartha Lakes Sport and Recreation Council (KLSRC) welcomed members of the sport and recreation community to a special ceremony at the 4th Annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner to mark the launch of the Accessible and Adaptive Recreation Project and the Physical Literacy Network for Early Learning Providers. Local… Read More about “$68,600 and $66,300 Grants Support Kawartha Lakes Sport and Recreation”
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Published by: Gary Pearson Rugby is known around the world as a fast-paced, hard-hitting, high-impact sport. Rugby is also well-known for its positive social aspects of community building and camaraderie within and even between clubs. Leagues that modify the laws of rugby seek to embrace the latter while drastically reducing… Read More about “Lindsay ‘Old Boys’ team a big hit”
Pat Staneland, Patty Tomlinson, and Darryl Buttar were presented with Volunteer of the Year awards at the 3rd Annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner hosted by the Kawartha Lakes Sport and Recreation Council. Ops Minor Baseball was also recognized as Volunteer Organization of the Year for their positive culture of volunteerism and… Read More about “3rd Annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner”
Kevin Tysiak, Lori Grills, and Bernice Mitchell were presented with Volunteer of the Year awards at the 2nd Annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner hosted by the Kawartha Lakes Sport and Recreation Council. Lindsay Wildcats Basketball was also recognized as Volunteer Association of the Year for their work over the past 20… Read More about “Volunteers recognized at KLSRC’s 2nd annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner”
At their year-end barbeque at Memorial Park, members of the Lindsay Lightningbolts Swim Club reluctantly said good-bye to their retiring head coach, Lesley Molyneux. Lesley was born in Manchester, England and started swimming at ten. She started competing for the Tyldesley Swim Club at 11 and was selected as a… Read More about “Lightningbolts Say Farewell to Long-Time Head Coach”
In 2014, Central Senior School and Community Care submitted a joint application to the GoodLife Kids Foundation which aimed to support sustainable opportunities for the physical activity of children. The GoodLife Kids Foundation approved nearly $10,000 for the purchase of equipment to launch new programming for children in the City… Read More about “Snow Shoes for Students”
The Central East Physical Literacy Project hosted its first Summit “Physical Literacy for Lifelong Participation” April 15 and 16 at the Holiday Inn, Peterborough. Over 100 participants came together to learn, network and strategize to raise awareness about the importance of getting the residents of the region participating in physical… Read More about “First Physical Literacy Summit a Huge Success”