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BCCRA Family Movie Night in the Park

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The Bronte Creek Community Residents Association is pleased to invite members of the community to their annual Family Movie Night on Saturday, June 18th 2016 from 8:15 pm to 11:00 pm. The event will be held at Valleyridge Park (on Valleyridge Drive near Dundas Street West).

Attendees are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs and blankets for their personal comfort.

For further details, please e-mail Rohit (Ro) Dhamija at admin@bccra.ca or Jack Greenberg at jgreenberg@bccra.ca

In order to attend the movie night, you must register!
Please register at http://www.bccra.ca/movieregistration/
Registration will not only make our job easier but will also allow you to enjoy the following:
• Free movie! Showing Zootopia!
• Free popcorn!
• Free ice-cream

Don't forget to bring a twoonie or two for some lemonade, pop and chips ! AAA Lemonade stand will be selling these to raise funds for a charity called Dreams Take Flight.

Please register by clicking the link below. Remember to print your tickets and bring them to the park.
http://www.bccra.ca/movieregistration/

Free movie, popcorn and ice-cream with registration!

See you there!

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BCCRA springs into action with 5th Annual Community Clean-Up event

Members of the Bronte Creek Community Residents Association in Northwest Oakville took the lead in carrying out their 5th annual community clean-up on Earth Day

OAKVILLE, Ontario. May 11th 2016 - Members of the Bronte Creek Community
Residents Association in Northwest Oakville took the lead in carrying out
their 5th annual community clean-up on Saturday, April 23rd, to mark the
occasion of Earth Day.

More than 75 volunteers pitched in collect over 30 bags of rubbish as part
of the BCCRA’s project to educate their neighbours about waste,
recycling, and the importance of preserving the community’s
greenspaces. Volunteers focused on cleaning up sections of Colonel
Williams Woods, Colonel Williams Pond Parkette, and Valleyridge Park.

They were supported in their littler pick by the Oakville Centre for
Ecology and Peace, Volunteer Halton, Halton MPP Indira Naidoo-Harris, St.
Luke’s Anglican Church, and staff from the Starbucks branch at Bronte Rd.
and Westoak Trails Blvd.

The group is planning to continue this tradition with future litter picks
on next year’s Earth Day, and would like to hear from local residents who
are interested in getting involved with the Association.

The BCCRA is a volunteer organization led by Rohit Dhamija, working closely
with the Town of Oakville to represent the concerns of residents, acting as
a strong voice on issues such as a development, planning, traffic,
municipal affairs, and the environment.

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Oakville Taxi Survey

The city of Oakville is asking residents to fill out the attached survey on taxi service.

The city of Oakville is asking residents to fill out the attached survey on taxi service.

Please print, fill out and return to the city if you feel you are affected by the recent changes in taxi service.

Taxi Service Survey

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Town survey asks the public for feedback on road safety measures

The Town of Oakville developed a survey to ask residents to share their thoughts

What do you think about traffic calming and speed limits?

The Town of Oakville developed a survey to ask residents to share their thoughts and experiences with traffic calming measures and lowering speed limits as part of the town’s traffic review.

“The safety of our residents is a top priority for Council” said Mayor Rob Burton. “Your road safety survey responses will help us in our efforts to keep you and your family safe.”

Oakville residents are asked to complete the survey to assist the town in reviewing the current methods of traffic calming and speed limits on all town roads (not major arterial regional roads such as Dundas Street, Trafalgar and Upper Middle roads and Dorval Drive). The town has eight traffic calming measures including speed cushions and roundabouts that can be implemented across the community. The survey asks residents to choose the measures they think are working well, or not, on their street or in their neighbourhood.

The survey also asks for residents’ opinions on lowering the current 50 km/hr speed limit across the town. The survey results will inform the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) as they have been asking municipalities what they think about lowering the current speed limits in an effort to promote a safer environment for pedestrians, cyclists and motorists alike.

The information you provide in the survey is anonymous, and the postal code request will help staff map areas of concern to residents. The survey results will be shared with Council in a staff report later this year.

The Traffic calming and speed survey is available online until October 19, 2015. Hard copies are available at Town Hall and your local Oakville Public Library branch or by calling ServiceOakville at 905-845-6601.

For more information visit the Traffic Calming page.

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2015 BCCRA Golf Tournament a great success!!

A Big THANKYOU to all our sponsors and participants.

A Big THANKYOU to all our sponsors and participants.Consolidated2

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BCCRA Charity Golf 2015 Sponsorship Package Available now

For more information on sponsoring or donating, please download the SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE now.

For more information on sponsoring or donating, please download the SPONSORSHIP PACKAGE now.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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BCCRA is seeking an energetic youth to join the Association

Bronte Creek Community Residents Association is seeking a youth volunteer to join our association and help build a stronger community.

Bronte Creek Community Residents Association is seeking a youth volunteer to join our association and help build a stronger community.

High school students are eligible for community service volunteer hours.

If you are a youth interested in getting involved in your community, please email admin@bccra.ca for further information.

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Date and location confirmed for 2015 BCCRA Golf Tournament

The third annual BCCRA golf tournament will be held at Millcroft Golf Club in Burlington

The third annual BCCRA golf tournament will be held at Millcroft Golf Club in Burlington on Saturday June 13, 2015- Shotgun Start at 1 pm.

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Donation presented to Oakville Hospital foundation as a result of fundraising efforts at 2014 BCCRA Golf Tournament

We recently presented a cheque for $8, 317.00 to the Oakville Hospital Foundation as a result of this year's golf tournament, bringing our total donations to date to $14,000.00.

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