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February 2016

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Box 263, Yorkton, S3N 2V7
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Job Opportunity - Summer Program Mentor

We are looking for a self motivated individual to fulfill the full-time, temporary position of Summer Program Mentor. This position will provide mentorship support to local play leaders in rural communities in the district.
Job Ad                 Job Description
Send cover letter and resume to kloshka@parklandvalley.ca

Volunteers are the roots of strong communities. Just like roots are essential for trees to bloom, volunteers are essential for communities to bloom. Thanks to volunteers, our communities grow strong and resilient. Even the tiniest volunteer effort leaves a profound and lasting trace in a community, much like tree rings that appear over time.

April 10 to April 16, 2016 is National Volunteer Week (NVW), a time to celebrate and thank Canada’s 12.7 million volunteers. This year marks the 13th consecutive year that Volunteer Canada and Investors Group have partnered to deliver the NVW campaign.
For more information click here

SPRA Volunteer Awards

Do you have a volunteer in your community you would like to recognize? SPRA has an Awards Program with a variety of categories.
The SPRA awards are presented to individuals, municipalities or community groups to recognize their valued leadership contributions toward promoting recreation, leisure and healthy active lifestyles in their communities. Recipients are volunteers, professionals, involved citizens, youth or community groups. 
Click here for more information.

The deadline to nominate someone is May 16, 2016.

Community Grant Program 

Follow up reports are now late. If you have not submitted your report, you are not eligible to apply for future Sask Lotteries funding.

Contact the Sask Lotteries Trust Office at 1-888-780-9344 for more information on how to follow up and close your grant.


Coaches Wanted 

 

Equestrian Coach Application
Special Olympics Swimming Coach Application
Volleyball Coach Application
Call for Team Parkland Valley Mission Staff
Deadline: March 3, 2016
Application                Responsibilities
 

Contact Kacie at kloshka@parklandvalley.ca
306-786-6585 for more information

Upcoming Events:

Facebook 101
Yorkton - March 16

Parkland Valley Board Meeting
Yorkton - March 17

Managing Social Enterprise
Webinar - March 17

Grant Writing Workshop
Yorkton - March 22

The Common Habits of Highly Effective Grantseekers
Webinar - March 24

Active Aging Workshop
Yorkton - April 6

National Volunteer Week
April 10 - 16

Spring Education and Training Symposium
Humboldt - April 18 - 22

Charity Village offers self-paced, online courses on topics such as board development, policies and procedures, grant seeking and sponsorship.  Check out their complete list of available courses.

Grants/Funding Opportunities:

Aboriginal Community Sport Development Grant
Deadline: ongoing

CIF Community Grant Program
Deadline: April 1

Culture Days Funding Assistance
Deadline: April 15

Sport & Recreation Outreach grant
Deadline: April 15

Cultural Outreach grant
Deadline: April 15

Community Leisure Day grant
Deadline: April 15

If you would like us to attend a meeting of yours, contact either
Sheila at 306-782-3353 or Kacie at 306-786-6585.

Parkland Valley Sport Culture and Recreation District is a non profit voluntary organization working with communities building capacity and creating a strong network of support through sport, culture and recreation
 

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Sheila Hryniuk
ph: 306-782-3353
shryniuk@parklandvalley.ca
 

Kacie Loshka
ph: 306-786-6585
kloshka@parklandvalley.ca


Chelsey Johnson
ph: 306-786-6586
cjohnson@parklandvalley.ca

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