Youth is the future of the family and community. Whitmore Park Community Association (WPCA) has established a Youth Leadership Award to recognize the contributions of Whitmore Park youth to the City of Regina. This award is given to a student who has contributed his/her talents, energy and time to community and volunteer work.
In 2018, two cash awards (valued at $500 each), will be distributed – one to a graduate of Campbell Collegiate and the second to a graduate of LeBoldus High School. We invite you or your Children or your students to apply for the award now!
Coaching girls (ages 11-16) in Understanding Their Unique Personality and Values, How to Express Self Image/Style and how to Defend Themselves. This one day course will open the door to embracing oneself and accepting others for who they are. We will wrap it all up with a basic self defence class that teaches simple Escape techniques to get yourself to a safe place.
Join Life coach and self defence instructor Deana Struble and Life coach and image consultant Ilse Pretorius on this Saturday May 12th, 2018 adventure. Class enrollment is limited – first come / first served basis click here for 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 May 16, 2018 – 7:00 to 9:00 pm Location: Campbell Collegiate (meeting room directly across from the school office just inside the main (front) entrance)
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.
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 six of our own (and more coming) in Whitmore Park!