The Carlington Summit

Volunteers and Donations Welcome!

Are you eager to be involved in the growing needs of your community? The Kiwanis Club of Carleton is a small weekly breakfast club with a BIG agenda. We are currently looking to expand our membership. For information, please call Laurie Scheer during regular business hours at 831-1269.

Notice of Meetings

Carlington Community Association Executive
at the Carlington Community and Health Services Centre,
900 Merivale Road

Wed. April 12, 2000
all meetings start at 7:30 PM

Girl Guide Cookie Week: April 1 - 7

only $3.00 per box

Please help support your local Girl Guide units by buying a box of our chocolate and vanilla sandwich cookies.

Anxiety Disorders Association of Ontario

Enter the New Millennium as a Compassionate and Dedicated Volunteer Team Member


We support and encourage individuals in their healing and Panic and Agoraphobia through our Companion Support Program

We look forward to hearing from you!

Gently used clothing, furniture and other household goods. Call the Bellevue Community Project DEPOT 1, 729-0902. Open behind 1465 Caldwell, Mon. to Fri. 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM


A lecture developed by the Ottawa-Carleton Police Services and the Carlington Crime Prevention Council is available for delivery in English or French to any organisation by a volunteer from the Carlington Community Police Centre. This lecture provides a general discussion of the following subjects: home security, personal safety, and the many frauds that the general public can be exposed to, including INTERNET fraud. All attendees will be provided with the booklet titled: “PERSONAL GUIDEBOOK TO SAFETY, SECURITY AND FRAUD” For details and or for booking contact: Louis Tremblay at 722-3699.

March Break at Alexander Community Centre

Have your March Break plans come to a halt with the current warm weather and melt down?

If so, the staff at the Alexander Community Centre are planning a week of exciting activities for your children. The theme for the week is “TV Game Shows”, including the latest phenomenon, “Who Wants to be Millionaire?” Everyday of the week a special interest group will be visiting the Centre to entertain and educate your children. Visits will include Hip Hop dancers and Tae Kwon Do demonstrations. Other daily activities include gym games, sports, crafts and cooking. Midway through the week of activities we will be jumping on the bus and going for an ‘out of this world' day to Cosmic Adventures. To conclude the week, we will be turning everything green with St. Patrick's day. Green Jell-O eating contests, green egg relays and treasure huts for the pot of gold will help everyone get into the St. Patty's day spirit.

The camp staff are excited to get this week underway and will ensure your children have the time of their lives. For more information please call, 798-8978.