The South Regina Community Soccer (SRCS) league is the amalgamation of the outdoor soccer programs of the four south Regina Community Associations, those being:
Albert Park/Harbour Landing Hillsdale Lakeview Whitmore Park
Players from other areas of Regina and surrounding communities are also welcome.
SRCS is a recreational NO CUT outdoor soccer program. The season runs May 1 through June 22, 2017 with an end-of-the-season Wind-Up scheduled for June 24, 2017. Weather permitting, each team will play 2 games per week, Monday through Thursday for a total of 16 games. U14, U16 and U18 teams play an interlocking schedule with West Zone teams. All other age groups will be placed on teams that play all their games within the areas of Albert Park/Harbour Landing, Lakeview, Hillsdale and Whitmore Park.
Please see www.srcs.ca for program and registration details.
The WPCA normally holds its Board Meetings on the third Wednesday of every month except for July, August and December. We encourage the public to attend any or all of our Board meetings to learn about or bring forward issues, initiatives, or concerns that affect you as a resident or Whitmore Park as a whole. We also welcome ideas that you may have for the improvement of Whitmore Park. We hope to see you soon!
Board Meeting – Wednesday March 15th – 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Campbell Collegiate – 102 Massey Road
Old SRC Room (across from main office just inside the front door)
Join us Wednesday’s from 9:30-11:30 am at St.Martin’s Parish Hall (4720 Castle Road). Cost is $2/child (over age of 1). Great gym for running and expending energy, especially with the cold weather approaching! All ages welcome. Mom’s/Dad’s/Grandparents get to visit with others while the kids get to socialize and play. For more information please email to email@example.com Please share with anyone who might be interested.
WPCA is now officially part of the world-renowned non-profit organization, Little Free Library, Take a Book, Leave a Book”, book exchange. We’re excited to have joined this worldwide network of over 30,000 Little Free Libraries, with five of our own (and more coming) in Whitmore Park!
Forever . . . in motion (FIM) is an initiative in partnership with Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA), where the goal is to improve and/or maintain the health of older adults through education and physical activity. The program has been busy growing in the city of Regina and throughout the rural region. Please click article title for more details.
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