News for the week of August 28 to September 3, 2013 - City of Yorkton

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News for the week of August 28 to September 3, 2013 - City of Yorkton

August 28 - September 3, 2013

Next City Council Meeting

Monday, September 9, 2013 5:00 p.m.

Public Notices

Public Notice

Permanent Closure of Unused Highway 9 Right-of-Way

Permanent Closure of Unused Highway 9 Right-of-Way

Bylaw No. 19/2013

Bylaw No. 19/2013

Yorkton City Council will consider permanent closure of an unused portion of Highway 9,

through Yorkton Bylaw City No. Council 19/2013. will consider permanent closure of an unused portion of Highway 9,

through Bylaw No. 19/2013.

Legal Description: The most westerly 6.7m in perpendicular width throughout of Tenth

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71Y08466; lying North lying of the North limit of the of Reg'd North Plan limit No. 88Y11902, of Reg’d and Plan lying No. 88Y11902,

and south lying of south the easterly of the production easterly of the production South limit of of Lot the 4, Block South 80, limit Reg'd of Lot 4,

Block Plan 80, No. Reg’d 83Y04461 Plan No. 83Y04461

Civic Address Civic Address : :

Portion of of Highway 99 North

Public Notice

Public Notice

119 & 123 119 & 123 Smith Street East East

Proposed Zoning Bylaw Amendment – Bylaw No. 21/2013

Proposed Zoning Bylaw – Bylaw No. 21/2013

Yorkton City Council will consider an amendment to the City’s Zoning Bylaw No. 14/2003.

Yorkton Through City Council Bylaw No. will 21/2013, consider 119 and amendment 123 Smith Street to East, the shown City’s in Zoning the map Bylaw below, are No. 14/2003.

Through proposed Bylaw to No. be rezoned 21/2013, from C-1 119 City and Centre 123 Commercial Smith Street to MXURB East, Mixed shown Use in Business- the map below,

are proposed Residential. to be rezoned from C-1 City Centre Commercial to MXURB Mixed Use

Business-Residential.

Legal Description(s): Lots 6 and 7; Block 7; Plan 00Y05677

Legal Description(s): Lots 6 and 7; Block 7; Plan 00Y05677

Civic Civic Address(es): 119 & 123 Smith Street Street East East

Reasons Reasons for the for the Closure – The reason reason for the for permanent the permanent closure is to closure provide land is for to the provide future land for

Parkland College Trades and Technology Centre. Because the City will require a 35 metre-wide

the future Parkland College Trades and Technology Centre. Because the City will require

drainage easement along Dracup Avenue, closure of the 6.7 metre-wide highway right-of-way

a 35 metre-wide will provide drainage for the 20 acre easement parcel that the along City Dracup committed Avenue, to the College. closure The closure of the will 6.7 not metre-wide

highway affect right-of-way the built roadway. will provide for the 20 acre parcel that the City committed to the

College. The closure will not affect the built roadway.

Information – To view the proposed Bylaw online, visit our website at www.yorkton.ca.

There is a link to Public Notices on the home page. Questions regarding the Bylaw may

be directed to:

City of Yorkton, Planning Services

Michael Eger, Planner

Phone: (306) 786-1730 Email: meger@yorkton.ca

Public Hearing – City Council will hear all submissions on the proposed amendment on

Monday, September 9, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers, Yorkton,

Saskatchewan.

All written submissions for City Council’s consideration must be provided by 12:00 noon

on Thursday, September 5, 2013. Written submissions must be directed to:

City of Yorkton, City Clerk’s Office

Bonnie Schenher, City Clerk.

Box 400, 37 Third Avenue North, Yorkton, SK S3N 2W3

Written submissions will be forward to City Council for their consideration at the Public

Hearing. Council will also hear all persons who are present and wish to speak to the

proposed Bylaw.

Public Notice

Closure of CJ Houston Place

Bylaw Closure of No. CJ Houston 20/2013 Place

Bylaw No. 20/2013

Yorkton City Council will consider closure of CJ Houston Place through Bylaw No.

20/2013. Yorkton City Council will consider closure of an CJ Houston Place through Bylaw No. 20/2013.

Legal Description: All of CJ Houston Place, lying west of the west limit of Wellington

Legal Description: All of CJ Houston Place, lying west of the west limit of Wellington

Avenue, Avenue, as as said said Place and Place Avenue and are shown Avenue on Plan are No. shown 102081811 on Plan No.

102081811

Civic Address: Civic Address :

CJ Houston Place Place

Reasons Reasons for the for the Closure Closure –– The property property lines lines within within the CJ the Houston CJ Houston Subdivision Subdivision need to be need to

be relocated to to accommodate a revised a revised cul-de-sac cul-de-sac design. The design. new design The will new provide design a better will provide

a better vehicle turn-around turn-around and improved and drainage improved within drainage the cul-de-sac. within In order the to cul-de-sac. relocate the In order to

relocate property the property lines, Information lines, Services Information Corporation Services (formerly Land Corporation Titles) requires (formerly the current Land CJ Titles)

requires Houston the current Place right-of-way CJ Houston be Place closed by right-of-way Council Bylaw. to be closed by Council Bylaw.

Information – To view the proposed Bylaw online, visit our website at www.yorkton.ca.

There is a link to Public Notices on the home page. Questions regarding the Bylaw may

be directed to:

City of Yorkton, Planning Services

Gord Shaw, Director of Planning and Engineering

Phone: (306) 786-1730 Email: gshaw@yorkton.ca

Public Hearing – City Council will hear all submissions on the proposed amendment on

Monday, September 9, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers, Yorkton,

Saskatchewan.

All written submissions for City Council’s consideration must be provided by 12:00 noon

on Thursday, September 5, 2013. Written submissions must be directed to:

City of Yorkton, City Clerk’s Office

Bonnie Schenher, City Clerk.

Box 400, 37 Third Avenue North, Yorkton, SK S3N 2W3

Written submissions will be forward to City Council for their consideration at the Public

Hearing. Council will also hear all persons who are present and wish to speak to the

proposed Bylaw.

Reasons Reasons for the for the amendment: to accommodate single-family single-family residential residential use at 123 use Smith at St 123 E, Smith

St E, and to allow for for future future development development of an apartment of an with apartment main floor with commercial main operations. floor commercial

operations.

There is an existing building at 123 Smith St E that was previously in operation as a tattoo

There is studio. an existing In the interim, building the owner at 123 would Smith like St to use E that the building was previously as a Single-Detached in operation Dwelling as a tattoo

studio. (single-family In the interim, residential). the owner In the future, would the like owner to would use like the to building demolish the as existing a Single-Detached

building

Dwelling and (single-family develop an apartment residential). with commercial In the operations future, on the the owner main floor. would like to demolish the

existing building and develop an apartment with commercial operations on the main floor.

Information – To view the proposed bylaw, visit our website at www.yorkton.ca. There is

a link to Public Notices on the home page. Questions regarding the proposed Bylaw may

be directed to:

City of Yorkton, Planning Services

Michael Eger, Planner

Phone: (306) 786-1730 Email: meger@yorkton.ca

Public Hearing – City Council will hear all submissions on the proposed amendment on

Monday, September 9, 2013 at 5:00 p.m. in City Hall Council Chambers, Yorkton,

Saskatchewan.

All written submissions for City Council’s consideration must be provided by 12:00 noon

on Thursday, September 5, 2013. Written submissions must be directed to:

City of Yorkton, City Clerk’s Office

Bonnie Schenher, City Clerk.

Box 400, 37 Third Avenue North, Yorkton, SK S3N 2W3

Written submissions will be forward to City Council for their consideration at the Public

Hearing. Council will also hear all persons who are present and wish to speak to the

proposed bylaw.

Job Opportunities

The City of Yorkton has the following Job Opportunities available:

• Casual Kiosk Attendant - Gallagher Centre

• Recreation Attendant - Gloria Hayden Community Centre

For additional information regarding these employment opportunities, visit the

City of Yorkton’s website at www.yorkton.ca/employment or you can pick up a

copy of the job posting at the Human Resources Department - City Hall.

The City of Yorkton wishes to thank all prospective applicants; however only

those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.

Hydrant Flow Testing

Yorkton Fire Protective Services will be Hydrant Flow testing until August 31st

between 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. in all areas south of the CPR tracks. This flow

testing may cause some water discoloration.

Fire Protective Services

(306) 786-1795

Upcoming Commission/

Committee/Board Meetings

Yorkton Housing Committee

Date: Friday, September 6, 2013

Time: 12:00 Noon

Location: Meeting Room “A” — City Hall

General Inquiries: (306) 786-1700

Mayor’s Office ............. 306-786-1701

City Clerk ..................... 306-786-1717

Bylaw Control .............. 306-786-1725

Communications ......... 306-828-2424

Tax Department ........... 306-786-1714

or .............................. 306-786-1736

Water Billing ................ 306-786-1726

Economic Development 306-786-1747

Engineering .................. 306-786-1730

Public Works ............... 306-786-1760

Fire Hall ....................... 306-786-1795

Building Services ......... 306-786-1710

Community Development,

Parks & Recreation ...... 306-786-1750

Sports Fields & Parks .. 306-786-1780

Meeting Room

Bookings ..................... 306-786-1780

Kinsmen Arena ............ 306-786-1780

Gloria Hayden Community

Centre .......................... 306-786-1776

Gallagher Centre Water

Park ............................. 306-786-1740

Farrell Agencies

Arena ........................... 306-786-1740

Meeting Rooms/Convention

Centre .......................... 306-786-1740

City RCMP ................... 306-786-2400

After Hours Emergency 306-786-1799

Did you know.....all City News is also accessible on the City of Yorkton website.

Just go to our website at www.yorkton.ca and scroll down to view theCity News” links.


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August 28 - September 3, 2013

Next City Council Meeting

Monday, September 9, 2013 5:00 p.m.

Representatives from the City and from Crosby, Hanna and Associates will be available to

address any questions and concerns you may have.

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The City of Yorkton has commissioned Crosby, Hanna and Associates to complete an update to

CITY OF YORKTON – OFFICIAL COMMUNITY PLAN UPDATE

the City’s Official Community Plan, Zoning Bylaw and Sign Bylaw. These policy documents

need revisions in response to changes in Provincial Legislation and ongoing growth and

development pressures.

Date: Thursday, August 29, 2013

PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE

The City values community input as it is vital to the long-term success of the Plan. You are

Date: Time: Thursday, August 29, 2013 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 invited to p.m. attend a public open house regarding the Draft Plan and to provide your concerns,

Time: 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

ideas and suggestions to the City and to Crosby, Hanna and Associates.

Location: Gallagher Centre – Ravine Room (Main Floor)

Location: 445 Broadway Street West, Gallagher Yorkton Centre The open – house Ravine will have a come-and-go Room atmosphere. (Main Coffee, tea and juice Floor)

will be provided.

Representatives from the City and from Crosby, Hanna and Associates will be available to

445 Broadway address Street any questions West, and concerns you Yorkton

may have.

The City of Yorkton has commissioned Crosby, Hanna and Associates to complete an update to

the City’s Official Community Plan, Zoning Bylaw and Sign Bylaw. These policy documents

need revisions in response to changes in Provincial Legislation and ongoing growth and For more information, please contact:

development pressures.

The City of Yorkton has commissioned Crosby, Hanna and Associates to

The City values community input as it is vital to the long-term success of the Plan. You are

invited complete to attend a public open an house update regarding the Draft to Plan the and to City’s provide your concerns, Official Community Plan, Zoning Bylaw

ideas and suggestions to the City and to Crosby, Hanna and Associates.

The open and house will Sign have a come-and-go Bylaw. atmosphere. These Coffee, tea policy and juice will be documents provided. need revisions in response to

Hours Of Operation

September 1 to September 30

Monday to Friday: 8:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.

Saturday: 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

October 1 to April 30

Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m.

Saturday: 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

CLOSED SUNDAYS AND STATUTORY HOLIDAYS

Please enter no later than 15 minutes before closing to

allow for material handling.

Transportation Of Wastes

No person or persons shall operate any vehicle transporting wastes or

other debris of any kind along or over any highway, street, lane, vacant

lot, park or public place in the City of Yorkton unless the load is completely

enclosed with a securely fastened cover as to prohibit any part

of the load on the said vehicle finding its way to the roadway or adjacent

premises.

Environmental Services

(306) 828-2470

O u r F u t u e .

CITY OF YORKTON

OFFICIAL COMMUNITY PLAN UPDATE

CITY OF YORKTON – OFFICIAL COMMUNITY PLAN UPDATE

PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE

Date: Thursday, August 29, 2013

Time: 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Location: Gallagher Centre – Ravine Room (Main Floor)

445 Broadway Street West, Yorkton

PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE

changes in Provincial Legislation and ongoing growth and development

The City values community input as it is vital to the long-term success of

the Plan. You are invited to attend a public open house regarding the Draft

Plan and to provide your concerns, ideas and suggestions to the City and

to Crosby, Hanna and Associates.

The open house will have a come-and-go atmosphere. Coffee, tea and

juice will be provided. Representatives from the City and from Crosby,

Hanna and Associates will be available to address any questions and concerns

you may have.

Sanitary Landfill

Watermain Relining

The City will be relining the watermain on Myrtle Avenue between

Broadway Street and Smith Street beginning September 3rd. Expect

minor traffic disruptions. The work is expected to last until September

20th. For more information, please contact the Public Works Department

at 306-786-1760.

Yorkton Events Calendar

We invite the public to add their public events to the Events Calendar

in order to make it as complete as possible. The eligibility criteria is

available on-line.

Visit the website at….

YorktonEVENTS.com

City Wide Registration Night

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Gallagher Centre Nexera Flexihall

Over 40 sport, culture and recreation groups will be in attendance

promoting their activities and taking registrations for the upcoming year.

Community Development, Parks & Recreation

(306) 786-1750

Items and Equipment For Sale

The following items will be sold by sealed bid on September 13, 2013. All

Items carry a reserve bid amount and will only be sold if that amount is reached.

All Items/Equipment are sold on an “As is Where is” basis and no warranty or

guarantee of operation is provided. Items may be viewed by scheduled appointment

only. To schedule an appointment, call 306-786-1760.

1. 2002 Ford E-450/Eldorado Aerotech Para-Transit bus. Auto, A/C, Ricon

W/C Lift, 6.8L V-10 engine, VIN-1FDXE45S92HA09202, 259647 KM, Parts

Only, Bid #PW012013

2. 2004 Ford E-450 Eldorado Aerotech Para-Transit bus. Auto, A/C, Ricon

W/C Lift, 6.8L V-10 engine, VIN-1FDXE45S54HA97359, 191947Km, Not Running,

Parts Only, Bid #PW022013

3. 1999 Chevrolet 3500, Crew Cab, 4X4, Auto, 350 V8, VIN-1GCHK-

33K2XF045246, 133814Km, Bid#PW032013

4. 2001 GMC Sierra 1500, Auto,V8, VIN-1GTEC14V51Z209966, 198913Km,

Bid#PW042013

5. 1997 Ford, F-150, Auto, V8, VIN-1FTDF1765VKC28023, 108424Km,

Bid#PW052013

6. 1997 GMC Yukon, 4X4, Auto, A/C, PW, PL, Cruise, VIN-1GKEK13R4VJ735781,

299430Km, Bid#PW062013

7. New, take-off truck box to fit 2009 or equivalent Ford F-350 or larger with

dual rear wheels. Armorthane interior, tailgate and rear bumper included,

white in colour, Bid#PW072013

8. New Getz steel front fenders to fit Caterpillar motor grader. All brackets and

hardware included. Bid#PW082013

9. 1994 International 2554 gravel truck, 466 engine, Allison auto, new Mailhot

hoist, VIN-1HTGCPCR5RH543449, 10719Hrs, 160505Km, Bid#PW092013

10. Used sidewalk paving stones, red in colour, various styles and quantities,

Bid#PW102013

11. Schulte, front mount snow blower with PTO drive, 96” cut, was mounted

on a 1570 Case, Bid#PW112013

12. Various Christmas decorations, multiple styles, Bid#PW122013

13. Balderson angle plow, weldco quick attach lugs, damaged corner,

Bid#PW132013

Sealed bids will be opened on September 13, 2013 and all items will be sold

that day.

Successful bidders will be notified by phone. All equipment must be removed

within 5 business days of award.

Public Works Department

(306) 786-1760

Observe School Zone Speed Limits

Observe School Zone Speed Limits

Observe School Zone Speed Limits

School is back on Tuesday, September 3. All school zones speeds are in effect.

Be aware of increased biking and pedestrian traffic around all schools.

SLOW DOWN and be safe!

School is back on Tuesday, September 3. All school zones speeds are

Be aware of increased biking and pedestrian traffic around all scho

Gallagher Centre Water Park

SLOW DOWN and be safe!

FALL 2013 and WINTER 2014 Swimming Lessons and Programs

Register Now!

Fall: Monday/Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday-Extreme Sessions

Available

Winter: Monday/Wednesday and Thursday/Saturday Sessions Available

Call 306-786-1740 and check out our website for details!

Join us for a FREE SWIM!

Monday, September 2nd

1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

**All children ages 6 and under must be accompanied by an adult within

arm’s reach at all times at a ratio of 2 children per 1 adult (18+)**

Gallagher Centre Water Park SHUT-DOWN

September 3rd to September 30th

For Regular Bi-Annual Maintenance

Regular Programs and Swim Times resume October 1st

City Wide Registration Night

Don’t forget to check out our table!

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

Gallagher Centre, Nexera Flexihall

Lifesaving Society Standard First Aid, CPR C’ and AED Training

**Certification is valid for 3 years from the certification date**

September 21st & 22nd

9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Cost: $100.00 (tax & Manual included)

Call (306)-786-1740 to register!

For Updates on what’s going on at the Gallagher Centre Water Park,

check us out on

Facebook - ‘Gallagher Centre Water Park’

Twitter @ GCWaterPark

www.gallaghercentre.com

Did you know.....all City News is also accessible on the City of Yorkton website.

Just go to our website at www.yorkton.ca and scroll down to view theCity News” links.


city wide registration

Wednesday, September 4, 2013

5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

gallagher centre nexera flexihall

City of

community development

parks & recreation

Office Location: 455 Broadway Street West, Gallagher Centre

Mailing Address: Box 400, Yorkton, Saskatchewan S3N 2W3

Phone: 306-786-1750 Fax: 306-786-6880

cdpr@yorkton.ca www.yorkton.ca

Like us on facebook at www.facebook.com/YorktonParksAndRecreation

Follow us on Twitter @YorktonPnR

The following groups and organizations will be participating in the City Wide Registration night on September 4, 2013.

Representatives of the various clubs and organizations will be in attendance to answer questions and take registrations for the upcoming season.

PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS 2013

2834 – 64th Field Battery RCACC (Royal Canadian Army Cadets)

Captain Paulette Jaques, 306-782-7457

Army Cadets are a national youth program for youth 12 – 19 years. Our aim is to develop in

youth the attributes of good leadership, citizenship, promote physical fitness and stimulate

an interest in the land element of the Canadian Forces. This is accomplished through Parade

Night training, summer camps, adventure training and international expeditions.

Asessippi Ski Club, Ray Kerr, 306-786-6566

Our club offers a full range of ski improvement and race programs for all ages. We are

passionate about skiing, alpine racing and skier cross. Through all programs skiers will gain skills

that last a lifetime. Asessippi is located near Inglis, MB

Body Poetry Fitness Studio, Wendy Nesseth, 306-786-1999

Body poetry is a delightful oasis in your day offering a full range of yoga, belly fit and ballroom dance

classes. Live your best lift now with Body Poetry.

Boys and Girls Club of Yorkton, Lorraine Moeller, 306-783-2582

We are a non-profit organization dedicated to providing quality program to children and youth ages 0

to 18.

Complete Health Improvement Program,Glenda Nischuk, 306-783-0078

Join us for a dynamic, life changing and world-leading health education program on diet, lifestyle

and exercise. February 3 to March 19 (12 sessions held over a 6 week period). Each session provided

Monday and Wednesday evenings.

Duck Mountain Ski Area, Paul Keys, 306-542-2044

Duck Mountain is located a scenic one hour drive north east of Yorkton at the southern boundary

of Duck Mountain Provincial Park. Duck Mountain offers skiing and snowboarding on 100%

natural snow at a price families can afford.

Faith Build – Habitat for Humanity, Ingrid Stumph, 306-641-6388

‘Project 3:16 HIS PROMISE’ is a Musical Passion Play that follows the life of Jesus Christ,

including His birth, life, death, burial, resurrection, and ascension. Faith Build brings over 15 churches

in the Yorkton area together to support this special Musical Drama as a fund-raiser – to build a house.

We are inviting YOU to participate – ‘Project 3:16 His Promise’ invites singers, actors, choir singers/

members, musicians (orchestral players), pianists, stage crew, stage management, those interested

in set/sound/lighting design & application, costumers, set construction, promotion, advertising, etc. to

VOLUNTEER their talent and time for this most worthy and timely project. In addition to the singing/

acting major roles, there will be many other vocal solo opportunities for men and women as well as

participation in the choir numbers.

Free My Muse Theatre Company, Carrie Pengilly, 306-782-6873

A professional theatre studio offering classes and productions for all ages.

Gallagher Centre Water Park, 306-786-1740

The Gallagher Centre Water Park includes features found in less than a handful of similar facilities on

the prairies: wave pool with zero-depth beach entry; 25-metre instructional pool, whirlpool, lazy

river, two storey waterslide, party room, modern change rooms, sauna and steam room, 2

storey climbing wall. For information about programs and schedules contact the Gallagher

Centre Water Park at 306-786-1740 or e-mail gallagherkiosk@yorkton.ca

Girl Guides of Canada, Evelyn Steciuk, 306-783-7906

For more than 100 years, Girl Guides of Canada has been the leading organization for girls

ages 5 – 18 and women interested in leadership, camaraderie and fun. Through age appropriate

activities Guiding offers girls a safe enclose, all girl environment that invites them to make new

friends, learn leadership skills and make a difference in today’s world.

Good Spirit School Division, Lynel Martinuk, 306-786-5501

With 850 dedicated teachers, support staff and administrators, Good Spirit School Division operates

28 schools in 17 communities through East Central Saskatchewan. The division works hard to

ensure “students come first”. Our primary objective is to foster a respectful learning environment and

improve achievement levels of all students where we are “Learning Without Limits….Achievement

For All”.

Kee’s Taekwondo and Yorkton Taekwondo Association, Wayne Mitchell, 306-783-0650

Respect, discipline, confidence, fitness and self defense are aspects learned in the exciting world of

Olympic Taekwondo. In Yorkton, only Kee’s is recognized by Sask Sport and Sport Canada as a

qualified participate for this Olympic style sport. World certified black belt and NCCP certified

instructors teach the Korean martial art of Taekwondo.

Music for Young Children, Laureen Kells, 306-272-4762

Group keyboard based music lessons for young children.

Navy League of Canada – Yorkton Branch, Anna Baseley, 306-783-4864

Learn to sail Summer camp. All things naval and more!

Paper Bag Players, Pam Milani, 306-621-2685

Non-profit community theatre group. Performing for more than 25 years. Always looking for

new members.

Royal Canadian Air Cadets #17, Terry Eritz, 306-782-3556

Saddles & Steel Music Productions, Garth Malayney, 306-783-4397

Music lessons for guitar, drum, piano & voice.

Scouts Canada, John Spykerman, 306-782-6680

Scouts Canada Zion 8th Group Canada aim is to help girls and boys and adult develop

their character as resourceful and responsible members of the community. Registration is accepted

throughout the year.

S.I.G.N., Andrew Sedley, 306-783-9409

The Society for the Involvement of Good Neighbours is dedicated towards the development and

delivery of services which enhances the quality of life for individuals and groups in Yorkton and area

for over 40 years. SIGN currently provides 18 programs for individuals and families in Yorkton. For

more information call 306-783-9409 or go to www.sign-yorkton.org

Skate Yorkton, Dawn Martinook, 306-728-3886

We offer Skate Canada programs with professional coaching. Canskate is for children 4

years old or older, beginner to more advanced. Recreational is a non-competitive program for

advanced skaters wanting to improve their skills. Starskate & Competitive programs for more

advanced skaters.

Treasure Chest Toastmasters, Delores Moskal, 306-620-8424

A Toastmasters meeting is an effective way to learn and improve your communication and leadership

skills in a no-pressure atmosphere. Weekly meetings every Wednesday evening 7:00 to 8:00

p.m. at SIGN 345 Broadway Street West

Troyanda Ukrainian Dance Ensemble, Kara Fyck, 306-782-1756

Troyanda Ukrainian Dance Ensemble exists to provide an opportunity for the youth and adults of the

community to express themselves through Ukrainian dance and to develop an appreciation for one of

the most beautiful of Ukrainian traditions.

Yorkton Aquabatix Synchronized Swimming Club, Tannys Madsen, 306-647-2889

Synchro is the sport that defines strength, flexibility, agility and grace. It is dancing in water. Recreational

program for as young as 4 and up are available on Mondays. Pre-competitive for swimmers

who have 1 year minimum synchro experience and competitive programs for athletes who are striving

for more. Adult and Master programs are on Sunday evenings.

Yorkton Creators 4-H Club, Vi Protz, 306-782-4721

Sask 4-H is a volunteer based organization open to boys and girls 6 to 21 years old. We focus

on learning new things, babysitting, bowling, curling, friends, fun, cooking, photography, public

speaking, mechanics, sewing, swimming, wood working. Screened volunteers. Motto is learn to

do by doing.

Yorkton Cricket Association, Faisal Anwar, 306-621-1220

Registrations are open to learn and develop new sporting skills of one of Canada’s fastest growing

sports. We welcome participants of all ages to participate in cricket clinics this winter.

Yorkton Cross Country Ski Club, Barry Rogers, 306-782-3147

YCCSC grooms both classic and skate ski trails at Yorkton’s Deer Park Golf Course. The Club

offers cross country ski clinics, family events, Club night skis. The YCCSC hosts approximately

10 kms of professionally groomed trails. Great terrain for every skill level.

Yorkton Curling Club Inc., Neil Weinmaster, 306-783-4127

Recreational curling for mens, ladies, seniors, juniors and mixed leagues. Sunday through Friday. Ice

rentals available for social and corporate events.

Yorkton Karate Club, Wilf Miller, 306-782-4873

Provide Karate instruction for all ages in traditional karate.

Yorkton KidSport, 306-786-1750

KidSport is a children’s charity dedicated to assisting children of families facing financial

obstacles to participate in community sport programs.

Yorkton Legion Track Club, Marcel Porte, 306-621-7716

High performance track and field training.

Yorkton Martial Arts Training Center, Mike Forster, 306-621-1555

Committed to the continuing evolution of dynamic martial arts, students train in a friendly,

professional environment where SAFETY is stressed all the way down to the floor we train

on. New students can enroll anytime! We are not babysitters! We offer safe, affordable,

effective martial arts programs that produce results! The best value and most diversified

martial arts club in Yorkton and area. Visit us online today at www.ymatc.com and JOIN

THE EVOLUTION OF DYNAMIC MARTIAL ARTS! CALL FOR MORE DETAILS! 306-621-1555 or visit us at

50B Broadway St. W. (1 block east of McDonalds).

Yorkton Minor Hockey, Gina Flett, 306-783-5070

Hockey registration for regular season, conditioning camp, tryouts, and power skating. Hand out

information on ref and coaching clinics, as well as coach applications.

Yorkton Park Swingers Square & Round Dance Club, George Plews, 306-783-2302

Weekly dance of Round and Square Dancing providing exercise, friendship and fun.

Yorkton Registered Music Teachers, Karen Muir, 306-783-4836

The Yorkton Registered Music Teachers is the local branch of the Saskatchewan Registered Music

Teachers Association, a professional organization of music teachers, recognized by the Province of

Saskatchewan. Our mission is to promote progressive ideas in music education and to stimulate a

high standard of music and culture.

Yorkton Rhythmic Gymnastics Club, Carol Antony, 306-742-5901 (evening)

Combined dance and gymnastics using hand held apparatus, rope, hoop, ball,

clubs, ribbon etc. Group or individual, pre-competitive, competitive and recreational.

Monday, Thursday and Saturday.

Yorkton Sports Bank, Roy Personius, 306-828-2401

Donations are being sought for used sports equipment that will go towards helping kids

and community groups in need. Collection bin is located in the lobby of City Hall. We also

collect at Fall and Spring City Wide Registration Nights.

Yorkton Storm Swim Club, Ashley Benko, 306-783-7577

Speed swimming programs for youth ages 5 and up. Masters programs also available.

Yorkton United F.C. Soccer, Mike Jakubiec, 306-786-5425

Offering indoor and outdoor soccer programs that provide a fun and healthy environment to learn the

skills of the game. Soccer is a sport for all interests and we invite you out to try it.

Yorkton Women’s Hockey, yorktonwomenshockey@outlook.com

Find us on Facebook at Yorkton Women’s Hockey

Yorkton Women’s Hockey will be starting its second season this winter and is looking for

women of all ages, skill levels, and abilities to join in on the fun, recreational atmosphere.

We can help you find the equipment that you need. Come out and join us!

Yorkton Youth Bowling, Colleen Haider, 306-783-8164

Bowling in a league setting for children 5 – 18. Children bowl in leagues according to their

age at house, zone, provincial and national levels.

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Bara’ Academy of the Arts, Angelo and/or Twila Napoleoni, 306-786-2787

¡Hola Amigo! Got it? Want to? Learn Spanish this Fall! 12 week courses starting in September.

Uno, Dos, Tres. Got it? Want them to? NEW this fall – Parent and Tot Spanish! Learning through stores

and signs, rhythms and thymes….feed those hungry minds!

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Yorkton and Area, Irma VanDeBon-Nicol, 306-782-3471

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Yorkton and Area offers a variety of mentoring programs for

children and youth who need a significant, caring adult in their lives. These specialized

services includes the community based one-on-one mentoring relationships such as Traditional

Big Brothers Big Sisters, BB/BS Couples Match, plus Big Buddy Mentoring for children with varying

abilities; group mentoring relationships such as big bunch, Life Skills, Kids ‘N’ Kops, Go Girls and

Game On; and the site-based one-on-one mentoring relationships such as In-School Mentoring and

Teen Mentoring where the volunteers are under 18. The children we serve through mentoring are 5

to 18 years of age. Volunteer opportunities available in Yorkton, Melville, Churchbridge, Esterhazy and

Langenburg. There is a child waiting to be matched.

Music Together Prairie Heartland, Maxine (Max) Hanofski, 306-529-6296

Music Together is a FUN mixed-age family music-making and movement program for children

newborn to Kindergarten age and the grown-ups who love them! It is a research-based and

developmentally correct early learning program. Tuition includes 2 CDs, Songbook, Music

Growth Chart & more. FALL REGISTRATION ON NOW: www.musictogetherph@sasktel.net

or call 306-529-6296.

Yorkton Nursery School Co-operative, Lana Haider/Karly Wagner, 306-783-3533

Educating 3 and 4 year olds through play for 30 years. Morning and afternoon sessions available.

www.yorktonnurseryschool.com

Other organizations may be in attendance,

however they were not registered at the time this

publication went to print.

Call 306-786-1750 for more information.


THANK YOU

TO EVERYONE WHO MADE THE B-17 BOMBER -

Sentimental Journey

A HUGE SUCCESS!

Royal Canadian Legion - Our Many Veterans

Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans

Yorkton Media GX/FOX, The Rock, Yorkton This Week, News

Review, Access Communications

YRHS Custodial Staff and Music Dept.

Vaughan’s Moving and Storage – Keith Vaughan and staff

City of Yorkton: Gallagher Center, Public Works, Community

Development and Parks, Planning and Engineering Dept

Terry Printz - City Historian

Yorkton Tourism

Yorkton Film Festival

Yorkton Exhibition Association

Western Development Museum – Susan Mandziuk

Brandon Commonwealth Museum

East Central Saskatchewan Air Cadets – Bernie Wlock &

Terry Eritz

Miccar Aerial - Michael & Carol Yaholnitsky

& Staff Ian Yaholnitsky, David Grose

Leading Edge Aviation -

Don, Brenda, Alison & Bradley Ingham

& Staff, Jamie Fehr, John Garatt, Graham Thiessen

Aero Mart - Doug Ingham

Yorkton Aircraft - Allan & Cheryl Denesowych

& Staff Jason Sliva

Heli-Lift - Bob Parker

Freedom Sound Music

Saddles and Steel

FuzzTone Music

PRIES HOLDINGS

Gordon & Brenda Pries

Parker Quine LLP

Maple Farm Equipment

Ralph Ager

Ron Evinou

Harvest Meats

Sobeys

Dean Gay Tent Rentals

Cornerstone Credit Union

Yorkton Chamber of Commerce

Parkland College

B17 Bomber Crew - Sentimental Journey

Sask Air Ambulance

STARS

All That Jazz Big Band – Larry Pearen, Director

Kinsmen Club of Yorkton

Habitat for Humanity Yorkton

Yorkton Protective Services

RCMP

Crestvue Ambulance

Yorkton Antique Car Club – Ken Fribance,

George Mauben, Merle/Lance Gorski, Steve Smider,

Matt Oscienny

Frameworks

D’s Signs and Designs

Peter Baran Photography

Nathan Penner Videographer

and the many volunteers