Come and join us on Saturday July 23rd for this year’s Poker Run. All the proceeds from this event will go to the St. Francis Valley Healthcare Foundation for the improvement of hospital services and is one way that we, KAPOA members, can contribute to the community.
From Bancroft This Week: Recap from Hastings Highlands Budget Meeting
Newsletter published May 11 2016
Hastings Highlands Council is proposing a 4.8% tax increase
Hastings Highlands Council has RESCHEDULED the proposed public Budget Information meeting originally scheduled for April 18 to MONDAY MAY 2 2016 @ 7 PM
The meeting will be held in Emond Hall, the auditorium of Hastings Highlands Municipal Offices, in Maynooth. All members of KAPOA living in Hastings Highlands are strongly encouraged to attend and voice an opinion on the proposed tax increase.
From Bancroft This Week: Policing costs are hitting Hastings Highlands hard, as its council tries to balance its books over the coming year. Recent letters to the editor speak of a public outcry at a suggested tax hike of nearly five per cent.
ecottagefilms has filmed the shoreline of Kamaniskeg Lake.
Newsletter published December 14 2015
My name is Kaleigh Norquay and I am the research coordinator for the Willis Bat Lab at the University of Winnipeg. We are looking for help promoting our program “The Neighbourhood Bat Watch” which encourages members of the public to
2015 KAPOA Annual General Meeting (AGM) Sunday 2015 July 26 Combermere Community Centre 1095 Farmer Rd, Combermere Attendance : Directors & Committee Chairs Present: Dave Wilson, Vince Steepe, Jeneene Brunton, Bob Millar, Roelf Beukens, Andy Boyd, George Zurakowski, & Ed
Regatta Highlights click picture to view larger version Photo Credit: Branden McCrea & Valley Gazette A short rain shower did not deter enthusiasm at the Aug 2015 KAPOA regatta! The proliferation of sun tents on the beach meant that most