Community Notes – April 28, 2022

The April 28th Malakwa Community Association was a busy one!

Welcome at 7 p.m. with 9 in attendance.  Thank-you and farewell presentation to Alice Lloyd, our faithful bookkeeper and friend.

Sandy Nelson introduced guest speaker, Cathy Semchuk, who gave a presentation on the provincial Neighbourhood Emergency Program.

Project and Community Updates: -Mother’s Day breakfast information has been posted – plan to attend on Sunday, May 8th at the firehall..  Spring cleanup continues at the Cemetery. If you have a loved one at the Malakwa Cemetery please spend some time tidying.  The Cemetery is maintained by volunteers and every helping hand ensures that the Cemetery is well maintained.

Centennial Park – work continues on usage guidelines. Is fencing needed?

Preschool – five students will graduate in May.  Daycare survey continues.

Gospel Church – Teen Centre on Fridays, 7 -9 p.m., has an average of 12 teens attending each week. The ever-popular Saturday Summertime barbecues are being planned.

Fire Dept – a quiet month.  Training continues.  Mother’s Day breakfast on May 8th, 8 – 10 a.m.

Yard Creek Campgrounda SuperHost will be on site for the entire season.  Safe Restart grant application submitted on behalf of Yard Creek Campground.

Thrift Store – building and contents are in good condition.  Hoping to open in late May. Thrift Store  AGM meeting minutes provided by Sandy and Sandy.

The Malakwa Community Association meets the 4th Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at the Malakwa School.  Everyone is welcome to attend.