News

March 14, 2019

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CAF Transition Group briefings open to military and family members
Leaving the military can be fraught with anxiety, but the new Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Transition Group will help CAF personnel and their families navigate this new chapter in their lives.

Festival celebrates diversity, equity and inclusion
Diversity in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) brings with it a strength that allows members to distinguish themselves both on and off the battlefield.

Going nowhere: what’s your excuse for idling?
Think about the last time your vehicle sat parked for more than 60 seconds with the engine running. Perhaps you were warming up your car on a cold morning, waiting to order your lunch at the drive-thru, or picking up your kids at school. Maybe you did all three on the same day.

Anticipating a Soggy Spring
After a snowier winter, it is the responsibility of all residents of Garrison Petawawa to get an early start to safeguard your residences from potential spring flooding.

Therapy dog Beaumont meets with kids at the library
Some may be put off by Beaumont’s size, but one look into his calm dark eyes lays to rest any misgivings.

Inter Unit C Division Ice Hockey Champs
The 2018-2019 Inter Unit C Division Ice Hockey Champions are the 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment Senior Non-Commissioned Officers (3 RCR Snr NCO) team, followed by finalists 2 Military Police.

Petawawa Skating Club’s Battle of the Blades show March 21
The Petawawa Skating Club is hosting its 2nd annual Battle of the Blades show on 21 March 2019 at the Petawawa Civic Centre from 6-8 p.m.

Petawawa Legion News
On St Paddy’s Day we hope you are making plans to spend the day with us. Starting at 1 p.m. in the main hall we have Lonesome Dreamers who will be playing for your entertainment until 6 p.m. There are drink specials on for you to enjoy as well. Everyone is welcome to attend. Age of majority.

NEWS FROM THE GREATER PETAWAWA CIVITAN CLUB
Here we are into the month of March and it won’t be long before spring will be here and we’ll have to get all the yards cleaned up. So enjoy the snow while you can, ha, ha!

March 7, 2019

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Stags win gold at Ontario Region Basketball Championships
The Garrison Petawawa Stags took home the gold at the 2019 Ontario Region Basketball Championships held from February 22 to 25 at 8 Wing Trenton.

Dear CCMS: Raising the issue
Q: I’m constantly being interrupted by the same person at our meetings. I’m not sure what my colleague has against me, but it’s causing me to feel like I’m not contributing anything of value. What can I do?

Cadet Corner
Cadets from 2642 3 RCR Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps actively brave the cold winter elements to experience outdoor training and develop their winter survival skills during their Winter FTX in Garrison Petawawa this February. From snow trekking to fire building, these are essential components Cadets must accomplish to achieve their star levels at the end of the Army Cadet season.

2019 Coldest Night of the Year raises $35K to help combat homelessness in Renfrew County
Homelessness in Renfrew County isn’t as obvious or visible as it often is in larger urban centres - it’s not necessarily people living and sleeping on the streets.

Forget Plastic Bottled Water - Think Reusable
There are many benefits to choosing a reusable bottle over plastic bottled water. Many people do not realize that bottled water is not any healthier or cleaner than tap water.

Anticipating a Soggy Spring
After a snowier winter, it is the responsibility of all residents of Garrison Petawawa to get an early start to safeguard your residences from potential spring flooding.

Hockey teams supported by Sunsign Graphics
Renfrew County is a very giving community and some of its residents are exceedingly generous. Sunsign Graphics owner Robin Sjaarda has sponsored a men’s and a women’s hockey team, allowing them to have as much time as possible on the ice.

2nd Ethan Allard Memorial Tourney raises $24,000
Generosity and kindness are what marked Ethan Allard’s life - that and hockey.

News from the Silver Threads Seniors Club
The club is active these days with everyone trying to beat the winter blues and keeping a stiff upper lip with all of the snow that we got last week. The Friendship Dinner on Thursday evening was well attended by both young and old, the next dinner will take place on March 28 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. This is a free meal and it is home cooked by the seniors in the community.

News from the Petawawa Legion
With St Paddy’s Day coming up soon we hope you are making plans to spend the day with us. Starting at 1 p.m. in the main hall, Lonesome Dreamers will be playing for your entertainment until 6 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. Age of majority.


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