One of our unique community assets is the Firehall, with its adult and children’s fitness and activity programmes, its summer camps, and its events such as the Kaleidoscope of Butterflies that told us that spring was really here.
When it is completed, the new Windsor Park Fieldhouse will be another splendid community asset, and offer a platform for a new range of activities. Years of hard work and fundraising lie ahead of us, though, before the Fieldhouse will be complete.
Our leafy, quiet, safe streets and our attractive heritage housing stock depends on decisions taken at the federal, provincial, and especially municipal levels. The ability of any one of us on our own to influence those decisions is limited, but by banding together we have, and continue to, exert influence. OSCA is the calm and reasoned but persistent voice of our community, and that voice is amplified by every community member that gets involved and contributes to it.
All of this – the programmes and activities, the mobilisation and advocacy – depends on people. We have a great team of professionals at the Firehall; their work is guided by a volunteer Board. The engagement on behalf of the community on diversity and inclusion, on environment, on the wellbeing of seniors, on traffic calming and building plans, is done by volunteers who get involved in the Board or its Committees.
If you want the Sunnyside neighbourhood to continue to be a great place to live, and maybe even become a bit better, now is your chance to get involved by joining the Board or its Committees.
For more information kindly contact firstname.lastname@example.org by 31st May. We look forward to hearing from you.