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Welland City Council approved the City’s 2019 tax supported Capital and Operating Budgets at the Feb. 19, 2019, Council Meeting. The city’s budget is a strategic document that sets out Council’s priorities and provides direction to city staff for the coming year. This year’s budgets, which include $24 million in capital spending, are focused on maintaining essential programs and services, strategic investments in infrastructure, and supporting the city’s economic growth and development agenda. Council also approved construction of a new Fire Hall Headquarters and Training Centre, which will be built on a City of Welland parcel of land, located on East Main Street. 

Ellis Katsof, MSW and author of Life 3.0 speaks on “Protirement not Retirement”

There are dozens of books telling us how to plan financially for retirement but few people plan properly for their future lives. Ellis interviewed over 100 baby boomers from all walks of life who reached the next capture of their lives and were left wondering “What’s Next?” Come hear insights and ideas to start you on a planned path to creating a fulfilling third chapter of your life.

Wed, 27 February 2019

5:30 PM – 7:30 PM EST

JUST LISTED! 12187 Lakeshore Road, Wainfleet $268,800

Fully renovated, open concept 2 bedroom Cottage in desirable Long Beach - located just steps to miles of sand beach, the pine lined, vaulted ceilings in the Great room and both bedrooms add to the rustic chic charm, contemporary design kitchen with breakfast bar, separate eating area with door to rear deck. Loads of updates including: Windows, Roof, Front Deck (2017)

We're excited to share this video by SkyScenemedia highlighting the 8th Annual Julia's Hope Cup pond hocky fundraiser held last Saturday, February 16th at Chippawa Park in Welland.
 

More than 100 Niagara College students are packing their bags for a new global learning experience this mid-term break. NC is offering several Be World Ready (BWR) International Field Study (IFS) trips for the 2019 winter term. These international adventures provide students and staff with opportunities to become more world-ready and work-ready as they expand their intercultural skills through travel. 

For every dollar that Sue raises for YMCA Move For Kids she'll do 1 push-up and she's set a goal of $1,500. That's a lot of push-ups! Let's help Sue reach her goal and put her to the test to see how many push-ups she can do!

Dragon Boating is user friendly and practically anyone, young or old, at any fitness level can quickly adapt to and develop a passion for this sport. Personal satisfaction, team development and friendship are just a few of the key words attributed to this sport by some of its participants. It caters to those who are competitive by nature as well as those who crave outdoor summer activity on our community waterfront parks.

Are you looking for a great opportunity where you’ll meet new people and help out in our community? The Niagara Habitat for Humanity ReStores are looking for volunteers to assist in in the warehouse with receiving donations (some heavy lifting required). Apply at www.habitatniagara.ca

We discovered this video by Cory Nixon when he shared it on Facebook with the following caption: "The ice was super smooth and it was absolutely perfect for some hockey! This was my first test at doing a cinematic video and to be honest I enjoyed it. I'm extremely happy with how it turned out! What do you think?" ~ Cory Nixon Photography
 

Juliellen, a seasoned Run Disney Dopey Challenge veteran, will be putting her talents to good use on February 23rd as she runs for 5 hours straight to support YMCA Move for Kids Presented by RBC - February 23, 2019 as one of our superheroes! 

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