Jul 2, 2015
Online registrations will be open on July 15th 2015 & end Sept.6th so that the 8-9-10 yr old tryouts can start Sat.Sept.12th & IP program Sat. Sept.19th
There will be 3 walk in dates for those who require a GCWCC subsidy or do not have a computer or credit card
The 3 walk-in dates are as follows
Tues.Aug.18th 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Sat.Aug.22nd 11 am – 1 pm
Tues.Aug.25th 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
all walk in dates will be held at Sturgeon Heights CC 210 Rita St.
Payment is cash only as credit or debit cards cannot be accessed
Male AA tryout registrations will also be held at these walk-in dates & times & payment for tryouts is due at this time
Also please have put on your outdoor reader boards if possible, online Hockey Registration starts July 15th at www.sjamha.ca
Jun 30, 2015
Our Summer Drop-in Program runs from July 2nd 2015 to August 26th 2015. We are open from 10:00a.m. until 4:00p.m. Monday thru Friday (except for the civic holiday August 3th 2015).
Activities here at the centre are FREE of charge, except for our amazing field trips outside of the centre lined up once a week that there will be fees charged for. Please keep in mind that there is limited space on field trips and we cannot guarantee any spots for
trips out of the centre. Permission slips will be issued on certain days and once a trip is full we are at capacity for that trip. All activities are planned and are found on our calendar of events, so make sure to pick up your copy at the centre available at the parent meeting June 25th at 5:30p.m. at R.A. Steen!
We have some amazing staff members that are running the program this year. There are a lot of crazy-fun days lined up, awesome guests, and outrageous field trips. If your child comes home with a tattoo (don’t worry it’s just henna). We like to have fun and we hope you do too, so come check us out!
We do need parents/guardians to come down to the centre to give us relevant information on your children even if your children have participated in the program in the past, so please come out to our parent meeting to learn more! Also we love volunteers but this summer we can only take volunteers who are 18 years of age or older. We cannot accommodate teens over the age 12, we apologize for the inconvenience.
Jun 24, 2015
ROBERT A. STEEN COMMUNITY CENTRE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
The Caretaker/Janitor, under the supervision of the Centre General Manager, will oversee the facilities
and grounds and ensure it is maintained at the highest quality.
Due to the nature of the position, the work schedule may vary from week to week and may require split
shifts and/or flexible work hours. The average work week will be 35 hours.
You must be a self-starter and follow procedures with little or no supervision. Must be able to work
effectively as a team and committed to providing excellent service and maintenance and custodial duties.
You must be able to perform miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Report to the Centre General Manager or Supervisor upon your arrival at the start of your shift
and prior to your departure at the end of your shift.
• Report to the Centre General Manager or Supervisor any safety concerns, general maintenance
issues of the Centre.
• Check the grounds surrounding the building daily.
• Check and clean all washrooms daily
• Clean and maintain all floors/walls/windows
• Set up and take down for daily functions.
• Keep all entrances and exits clear of snow and ice, and shovel all sidewalks.
• Maintain grounds in a neat condition.
• Check daily all building lights and outside lights/and replace when needed.
• Pick up garbage daily.
• Keep garbage, recycling, and Canadian Diabetes bin areas clean and neat.
• The Caretaker Log is to be completed daily and submitted weekly to the Centre Manager.
Apply to: Steven Bemrose
Robert A Steen Memorial Community Centre Inc. – Employment Opportunity
980 Palmerston Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3G 1J9
Email resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Apr 27, 2015
On April 9, 2015, Robert A. Steen Community Centre held its Annual General Meeting.
Thank you to everyone from the community who had a chance to make it out. For those of you who could not attend, the following were the presented reports and proposals.
Youth Soccer Report
Mini Soccer Report
Proposal – Rental Space
Proposal – No Rental Alcohol Policy
If you have any questions, please contact the centre at 204-783-5616.