May 10, 2018
May 10, 2018
May 6, 2018
Your new Executive Committee. I’m glad to see new faces attending and stepping up. Also, our constitution has been amended so that the year end is April 30 from December 31.
CARA’S 12th Annual AGM
Sunday May 6th
2:00 p.m. – 3:30p.m.
Consecon Legion Br. 509
Highlights of our year’s activities
Proposed amendments to the Constitution
New business (bring your issues and requests or call 613 965 1878 to add to the agenda)
Guest Speaker: Ray Patterson
Topic: Wellers Bay flooding and the State of Wellers Bay Project
CARA exists to help improve conditions in Consecon and area on behalf of its residents. We make deputations to council, co-sponsor events and beautification projects and support community activities. We invite you to participate in our community by:
Volunteering at one or more of our great community-focused events
Getting involved in one or more of our beautification projects
Being a member of the executive to help plan Consecon’s future
Coming out and showing your support by becoming a member.
Membership is open to all in our community who wish to join. Please note that membership fees must be paid prior to the meeting so that you can exercise your voting privileges.
Help your community and join CARA Inc.
May 5, 2018
April 28, 2018
April 25, 2018
Seniors Luncheon Social – April 25th in Consecon ~ Come on out and enjoy lunch with old and new friends on Wednesday, April 25th at 12 noon. The menu features homemade soup, chicken breast with mushroom cream sauce, potatoes, coleslaw, vegetables, lemon pie, bread and butter, coffee and tea all catered by Bill Grieve, the chef with Wheel House and Occasions Catering. The cost is $10.00 per person. Only those seniors who have reserved can be served. This event will include a presentation by a Hearing Care Councillor from the Canadian Hearing Society. Reserve your place by the Tuesday prior at 12 noon by calling 613-476-7493. This event is sponsored by The Prince Edward County Community Care for Seniors Association and will be held in Consecon United Church. Take out meals are available. This meal can also be delivered to housebound seniors who live in Consecon.
April 24, 2018
The Lieutenant-Governor, Elizabeth Dowdeswell, and the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Laura Albanese, presented the Ontario Medal for Young Volunteers in Toronto on Thursday to the recipients, who are between 15 and 24 years old, and Alannah Burris of Consecon was among them. Read more at INQUINTE.CA’s article.
April 21, 2018
Following the successful community fundraising campaign, the County is upgrading the surface of much of the Millennium Trail this spring. Soon it will be a smooth ride for all users, and walkable and wheelchair-friendly! Picton to Wellington to Consecon and on and on!
After a long winter, I encourage our Consecon & Area residents to get outside and and celebrate our linear park, participate in cleaning up, and give the Millennium Trail a clean, fresh start to the season. A little bit goes a long way and we appreciate the efforts of everyone who participates.
The Annual Quinte Trash Bash is a great project and promotes a cleaner environment, and is a great opportunity for our community to work together to help keep our The County beautiful. We need people who will join in the fun, I hope that everyone who can will come and join us in this very important event.No need to bring anything other than an eagerness to pitch in, we will provide the supplies, (Kits contain Nitrile gloves, garbage bags & clear bags for recyclables)
Anyone knowing of any High School Students who need Volunteer Hours, Participating in Quinte Trash Bash counts! Students can register in Prince Edward County, and log their time for volunteer hours. Join us to collect litter on the day of the event and contact Bill McMahon at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange signing any necessary paperwork.
Let’s get the Trail cleaned up.
April 20, 2018
April 12, 2018