Eli El-Chantiry hosts fundraiser: Trivia Night in Carp
Please attend my fun-filled Trivia Night in Carp Fundraiser in support the Queensway Carleton Hospital Foundation’s Hopes Rising Campaign for Mental Health.
Organize a team of 6, or attend as a couple or individually and join a team when you arrive! There will be a cash bar and free snacks. There will be prizes for the winning team! There will also be a silent auction with many great items to bid on! Tickets can be purchased at Eventbrite: https://TriviaNightInCarp.eventbrite.com.
Friday, April 13, 2018
7pm to 10pm
West Carleton Amateur Sports Club
3832 Carp Rd. (above W. Erskine Johnston Arena)
$25 per adult. Age of majority required.
For questions, email email@example.com
The QCH’s Hopes Rising campaign is a $5 million initiative to improve mental healthcare in Ottawa. Due to an unrelenting increase in the number of adults of all ages requiring acute mental health services, QCH’s Mental Health Program urgently needs to transform its space and the care it delivers to meet the needs of our community. For more information on the QCH Foundation and this very important fundraising initiative, please visit qchfoundation.ca/hopes-rising.
Mental health will likely affect all of us at some point during our lifetimes. Please support my fundraiser and help ensure we have the facilities required to serve our community.
Spring/Summer recreation program registration starts today!
Registration for the City’s spring & summer recreation begins as follow:
- Swimming and aquafitness programs: Online and telephone registration (613-580-2588) starts Monday, March 5 at 9pm. In-person registration on Tuesday, March 6 during regular business hours.
- All other recreation programs & summer camps: Online and telephone registration (613-580-2588) starts Wednesday, March 7 at 9pm. In-person registration on Thursday, March 8 during regular business hours.
Visit the “Latest News” section of www.eliel-chantiry.ca for a listing of the programming available in the West Carleton and Kanata North areas.