The Rosscarrock Community Association is holding a Special Meeting at the Community Hall on Tuesday November 26, 2019 at 7:00 pm to vote on a resolution to:
1) approve the 2018-2019 audited financial statements, and
2) add two elements to the Community Association’s AGLC Use of Proceeds so we can better use our casino funds to benefit the community, including purchasing food and toiletries for our Community Pantry.
The Community Association needs community members to attend the Special Meeting in order to meet quorum to vote on this resolution. Light refreshments will be provided!
You will need a current individual, senior, household or honorary community membership to vote. If you need to purchase or renew your community membership, you can do so from 6:30 – 7 pm before the Special Meeting, or by visiting the hall during office hours in advance (Tuesdays 12-5, Thursdays 4-8, Fridays 12-5). Please note that business members and associate members (a membership category available to individuals who do not live in Rosscarrock) are not eligible to vote. Community membership fees are:
- Individual: $15
- Senior: $10
- Household: $20
- Associate: $10
- Business: $45
We hope to see you there!
Follow the link for fun and interactive online training to teach kids how to prepare and withstand an emergency or disaster. This program is for ages 7-12. Cost is FREE and at the time of successful completion of the program, participants will be able to print off a certificate!
Rosscarrock is offering 2 nights of Pickleball this fall:
Tuesday and Thursday night: 6:30 pm
NEW* Friday 1-3 pm starting November 1, 2019
Need your own racket
$5 drop-in fee
$3 drop-in fee for members
RCA hall 7 pm
June 25, 2019
Wine and Cheese provided as well as sweat treats provided by Amica Aspen Woods.
Please join us to hear how this past year was and what is store for the next year here in Rosscarrock.
Please contact the hall by email email@example.com or phone 403-242-0212 for documents and more information.
The City of Calgary is having a Park N Play / Stay N Play in Rosscarrock community this summer. Here are the details:
When: August 6 – 9Where: Rosscarrock School (1406 40 St SW)Time: Stay N Play 10:00 a.m. to Noon, Park N Play 10:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
As a reminder, Stay N Play is aimed at 3 – 5 years old AND an adult/guardian must be present. For Park N Play, the target age is 6 – 12 years old.
For more information visit www.calgary.ca/free
It is strongly recommended that you register ahead of time to make the registration process faster.
The City is designing the future of 37 Street and 17 Avenue in your community to build resilient, adaptable and attractive public spaces. The 37 Street and 17 Avenue streetscape master plans focus on transforming these Main Streets and creating places where Calgarians can travel less and live more. Come out to the Salvation Army (1731 29 Street S.W.) on May 30 between 5-8pm and learn about the streetscape master plans being proposed. If you can’t make it out, all information and feedback opportunities will be available at Engage.Calgary.ca between May 31-June 14.
The 2019 Transit Service Review has completed our initial phase of public engagement. We had a great turnout, and heard from thousands of customers online and at open houses. We are working through the feedback from customers, to make adjustments and revisions to improve the plan.
Reviewing comments from customers using today’s Routes 13, 18, and 112, it was determined that incorporating this feedback into the plan requires a more significant level of change to be considered.
As a result, Calgary Transit is coming to talk with customers for a second round of engagement in this area. This provides an opportunity for residents and customers to let us know if the revisions help address concerns shared previously, and also understand and mitigate new concerns that may arise. Phase two will include both customers on routes already within the Review as well as some routes that were not part of the initial engagement.
This second phase of engagement will occur between June 3 and 17 and will include open houses and online comment opportunities.
The routes in the other impacted areas are being modified to reflect the input that we heard in the first phase of engagement while keeping in mind the project objectives, the network design and the budget. The What We Heard Report will be shared in the summer and the revised routes will be shared in the fall.
Now open…. Our Community Pantry!
Welcome to the Rosscarrock Community Pantry
This Pantry is run by the Community to help those that need a hand. Take as you need and donate when you can so all our community members have access to the necessities of life. We will have gift cards available in our Administration office for perishable items. Please contact is at firstname.lastname@example.org to get one if necessary. When donating please keep in mind we hope to get healthier items and not snack foods.
Suggestion and donations of NON-PERISHABLE food items are welcome. Please contact us at email@example.com.