Please join us IN-PERSON for our Fall General Meeting at St. Peter’s United Church on York Street. Updates on the York Street playground and ideas for the St. Nicholas Greenspace (Mountain + Canyon) will be discussed.
Date: Thursday, October 27, 2022 Time: 6:30 – 8:00 pm Meeting location: St. Peter’s United Church, 203 York Street RSVP at email@example.com Please use the subject line Fall General Meeting
Note: Please enter by the front door. Masks are required on entry but optional in the meeting room. Parking is available beside the church.
If you have questions you would like addressed or items you would like to add to the agenda, please submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the meeting.
The Kingsmount-Bell Park CAN hosted Walk-the-Bell-Gift on Saturday. Hike leaders Paul Haynes and Peter Beckett explored the history of Bell Park and its changing landscape over the past 100 years. From the regreening program’s 10-millionth tree to fallback breccia from a 1.85 billion year old meteorite impact, I think W.J. Bell would be pleased.
Watch for another Kingsmount-Bell Park heritage walk this fall.
On February 19, 1926, W. J. Bell formally handed over to the Town of Sudbury the deeds to 110-acres of land that would be designated by council as Bell Park.
We pass by or walk through the park regularly, but its story is seldom told. Join the Kingsmount-Bell Park CAN for Walk the Bell Gift, Saturday, July 30, 10:00 am – noon.
Event: Walk the Bell Gift When: Saturday, July 30, 10:00 am – noon, weather permitting Meet: New parking lot beside the old hospital on Paris (entrance is across from Boland Ave.) Dress: Good hiking shoes or boots required, some sections are “rocks and roots”. Don’t forget water. Public washrooms available at Bell Park. Leader: Paul Haynes, local history explorer and XPLR Sudbury hike leader. Pre-registration required. Direct questions to email@example.com. Use the Subject Line “Walk the Bell Gift”.
Register by using the form below
Presented by the Kingsmount-Bell Park Community Action Network (CAN)
Kingsmount-Bell Park Community Action Network is looking for an individual or business that can create signs, arboretum tags, plaques or similar to recognize the funder and identify the species of trees recently planted at the York Street Playground. We require six signs (three signs and a duplicate set). The “signs” may be attached to the existing fence or stakes to identify each species. Please direct information or referrals to firstname.lastname@example.org Subject line: Playground Signs
If you reside within the Kingsmount-Bell Park Community Action Network (CAN) and have experience in the role of secretary we look forward to hearing from you. Responsibilities include:
Help plan and organize CAN executive meetings (as needed) and general meetings (3)
Record minutes of CAN meetings, and include a list of action items from these meetings to be published within the minutes. Distribute a draft of the minutes to executive members following the meeting for review and feedback.
Keep and maintain a record of the meeting minutes.
Maintain a current mailing/contact list of all CAN members and volunteers.
Please note, this is a volunteer position. As a member of the Executive your input into all areas of the CAN’s operations is encouraged. For more information and the Community Action Network Terms of Engagement, click here.
Please forward a brief letter of interest and resume (Subject line: Secretary) to email@example.com