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Welcome to the Rolling Ads The ads will run every Friday (unless I am away) In that case they will either run on the Thursday before or the Monday following Please e-mail me your information on a power point tile or a word document [email protected] ca You can now see the Rolling ads on the Town of Watson Lake Website! If there are no new ads they will NOT be sent that week If you have any questions please call Alyssa @ 536 -8020
The Recreation Centre will be To the public on May 3 rd & 4 th for the annual AYC conference. Greyhound will still be running regular hours, Please use the Greyhound door on the side of the building. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Now’s the time!!! A reminder to please fill out your Community Birthday Calendar re-order sheet for your 2014 Calendar. You will find it after the month of April on your existing calendar. (make any changes and please include payment - $10. 00) Drop in the mail to Box 633, Watson Lake Creative Playgroup This will be our 30 th Issue ! ! ! Thank You for your continued support of our preschool program.
The Thrift Store is OPEN!! SATURDAY’S 12 TO 3 PM Next to the Anglican Church
The Town of Watson Lake and The Liard First Nation are proud to offer the following programs at the Rec Centre. The After School Program for children age 6 to 12 3: 30 pm to 5 pm 1 hour of “Free Play” or a structured activity and/or craft As well as 30 minutes of Homework. This portion of our program is very important. Many Parents/guardians have very busy schedules. Having the time to sit and do home reading or math practice for example sometimes is just not possible. Let us do it for you or at least get it started. An education is one of the most important things we can give our children. Senior Day (60+)- Every Wednesday Drop in anytime between 10 am to 4 pm Board games, cards, bowling, curling, tea and coffee Girls Night Out- every 1 st and 3 rd Tuesday of the month ages 13 -18 7 -9 pm Snacks will be provided crafts, cooking, traditions activities etc… Teen Night- every 2 nd and 4 th Tuesday of the month ages 13 -18 7 -9 pm Open to Boys and Girls Snacks will be provided games, traditional activities, UFC etc… bring your ideas For more information call 867 -536 -8022
Keep you’re eyes and ears open for the opening day of the Concession. New operators, new menu, new hours coming soon
Is it time to get your Last Will and Testament done? Need an Enduring Power of Attorney/Living Will? Norah Mooney, lawyer from Lackowicz & Hoffman in Whitehorse is coming to Watson Lake! Also practising in family law and elder law areas. May 27 - May 29, 2013 Meetings will be held at the Rec Centre (Mezzanine Room). (A booked appointment is necessary. ) To set up an appointment or to get a copy of our Questionnaire forms ahead of time, contact: Alison [email protected] commailto: [email protected] com Norah [email protected] com Or call Phone: 867. 668. 5252
PROPERTY FOR SALE Watson Lake – Estate Sale, 21 acres Watson Lake, Yukon. On the edge of town, on Alaska Hwy. , Lot 1075 Plan 57830 C. L. S. R. Plan 37104 LTD , 14 Old Alaska Highway South (near KM 1015. 3 A/HWY), coordinates 60. 043825, -128. 648615, google map https: //maps. google. ca/maps? saddr=60. 043825, 28. 648615&daddr=Watson+Lake, +Yukon+Territory+Y 0 A&hl=en&ll=60. 042754, 28. 647027&spn=0. 017958, 0. 066047&sll=60. 042743, 28. 647006&sspn=0. 008979, 0. 033023&geocode=%3 BCdgolosp 0 TPk. Ff. Uml. QMd. YHJSl. Lzy. HBdaf 8 Uz. Gq 7 Tbae. Kkb. Ew&t=h&mra=mift&mrsp=0&sz=16&z=15 Listing $289 K or best offer: Usage: AGR / RR. Residential, Farm, Agriculture Tax Class 001: $632 average past two years Gorgeous 21 acre lot, split elevation with beautiful views. Nice small stream on lower level running through property. Horse stable with fencing on lower elevation for horses, partial finished log home, gated entrance. Electrical & telephone lines on property, landscaped upper and lower levels. Building; concrete foundation, log beams, 2 level, partial finished, estimated 40’ x 30’.
First Aid Instructors Course Would you be interested in Instructing First Aid? If so the Yukon College is putting on a First Aid Instructors Course May 2 nd-May 5 th , 2013 Watson Lake can really utilize more instructors for First Aid. The more certified instructors we have the more Standard First Aid Courses we can offer! If you are interested please come to the college to register or call 536 -8800 for more information. The cost of the course is $750. 00/student BUT If you are a Watson Lake resident the cost will be $500. 00/student
Mining, Oil & Gas, Construction Certificates • H 2 S Alive June 17, 2013 8: 30 -4: 30 $175. 00+GST If you are a worker in the oil and gas industry who could be exposed to hydrogen sulfide gas(H 2 S or “sour” gas), you are required to take this course. Understand the physical properties and health hazards of H 2 S and discover the rescue and protection techniques that can be the difference betweenlife and death. You will be expected to be able to perform rescue breathing and to operate a selfcontained breathing device and detector tube device as you prepare to write the exam which can earn you an industry- tandary • TDG June 18, 2013 8: 30 -1: 00 $80. 00+GST Legislation requires all people involved with transporting dangerous goods to learn the skills and principles taught in this course. Protect yourself and the public by learning how to avoid dangerous accidents and understanding your responsibilities as a shipper/handler. Earn a TDG certificate (clear language edition) in the process.
Mining, Oil & Gas, Construction Certificates Continued…… • WHMIS June 18, 2013 1: 30 -5: 00 $80. 00+GST Don’t know what to do with that nasty chemical spill? Take this course to stay up-to-date with WHMIS training requirements and protect yourself against controlled products and hazardous materials at work. Ensure you know how to properly read and understand labels, identifiers, and material safety and data sheets as you explore the responsibilities of suppliers, importers, distributors, employees and employers. • FALL ARREST June 19, 2013 8: 30 -4: 30 $175. 00+GST Gravity really pulls people down. Learn how to fight it by understanding how to work with fall protection equipment in this intensive, 1 day course. Gain exposure to multiple rotection systems and regulations as you explore how to inspect and properly care for specialized equipment designed to keep you safe! • CONFINED SPACES June 20, 2013 8: 30 -4: 30 $175. 00+GST Every year, confined spaces entry results in numerous injuries and fatalities. Learn how to maintain productivity, reduce injuries and save lives by recognizing confined space and the hazards involved with it. If you’re an industrial worker called upon to work in or around confined spaces, you can ensure you know the rules and rationale behind safe confined space entry operations by taking this course. Call 536 -8800 to register for any of the above
Ladies Time out at Andreas Hotel this week, Saturday April at 8: 30 am Come and enjoy breakfast with a bunch of ladies who like to visit with each other and be inspired For more information call Cynthia Armstrong at 536 -7239
COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE!!! RAIN OR SHINE!!! Saturday, May 11 10 - Noon Rec Centre Arena $10 for householders and non-profits $30 for businesses A fun(d)-raising event for your library 536 -7517 Registration and payment by April 30 please
Hey Watson Lake! Get ready for this summer’s FARMER’S MARKET We want your input! Do you have any ideas, thoughts, or concerns? Here’s your chance to share them. Friday, April 12 th at 7 pm in the Mezz at the Rec Centre
Watson Lake Daycare is accepting donations for a Spring Garage Sale Please drop off your garage saleable donations to the daycare or call us for pick-up 536 -2167 Tha $1 very E s help nks f or your supp ort!
The Hours have changed!! February 28 th, 2013 The Rec Centre will be open Monday to Friday 8 am to 11: 30 pm Saturday 10 am to 6 pm Sunday Closed Greyhound will be open Mon, Wed & Fri 8 am to Noon & 5 pm to Midnight Tuesday & Thursday 8 am to Noon & 5 pm to 11: 30 pm Saturday 10 am to 6 pm If you require a ticket for Saturday’s Bus you must come during our hours Of operation
BC Traffic Control Person Course May 9 -10, 2013 8: 00 am-5: 00 pm Cost $ 350. 00 Manual Included In Price To register please come to the WL Community Campus located beside the WL High School or call 536 -8800 for more information. Student must have their own CSA Approved Steel Boots and a piece of valid photo I. D. •
Food Safe Level 1 Where: Yukon College Watson Lake When: May 8 th 2013 May 9 th 2013 Time: 6: 00 -10: 00 p. m. Price: $80. 00. Please come into the campus to register. For more information please call 536 -8800.
Recreation Centre hours of operation Monday to Friday 8 am to 11: 30 pm Saturday 10 am to 6 pm Sunday CLOSED
Recreation Centre policy on Children and Youth • As you may all be aware all children coming to the recreation centre unsupervised must be 12 years of age or older. All children under 12 must be supervised by someone 16+. • This does not include children registered with our after school program or any other children's program that may be going on. • All youth under 16 will not be allowed in the Rec Centre after 10 pm on school nights. You have homework and you need your sleep!!
Due to the current Physician shortage we are experiencing, Parhelion Medical Services would like to ask for the following assistance from all our patients: 1) Please be aware that it may take anywhere from 1 to 3 days to get an appointment with your doctor. Same day bookings may not be available due to the physician shortage. Public Information Brochure 2) Wait times to see your doctor in office may range from 20 minutes to 3 hours. Every effort is made to see patients in a timely manner but the medical condition of the patient determines the amount of time required by the doctor to provide proper medical care. This can and will cause delays. Please make sure you have the necessary time available to wait when booking your appointment. 3) Please let the booking clerk know if you need extra time with your doctor for such things as driver’s medicals, insurance papers, etc. It will help in decreasing waiting times for everyone if the booking clerk knows in advance that you need extra time for you appointment. 4) Walk-in appointments, (where available), will be restricted to urgent needs, infants, children and seniors only. As there is limited time in the day for patients to be seen and limited physicians this restriction will be enforced. 5) If you can’t make it to your appointment please call and let us know so we can give that time to someone else. If you do not show up on time for your appointment it may be cancelled. 6) Keep an eye on your medications to ensure you do not run out. DO NOT wait until you are completely out of medications to book an appointment as you MAY NOT be able to get in on the day you run out. Book appointments for prescription renewal a couple of days before you run out of your medications. 7) As always please expect to wait 1 hour for your medications to be processed. Staff must ensure that each medication is checked and double checked for your safety, so please be patient. 8) Finally, please remember that your doctor is a person too. He/She requires time to eat and sleep the same as you do. DO NOT ask for appointments during lunch hours or after posted clinic hours. Remember the doctors working at the clinic are the same doctors that are on call at the hospital, and may have been up most of the night dealing with emergencies. They require down time just like everyone else. Thank you for your patience, co-operation and understanding.
• A snowmobile & ATV can only be driven on a roadway if it is registered and insured. The operator must have a valid drivers license. The rules of the road must be obeyed at all times, this means you must make a complete stop at a stop sign, yield at yield signs and follow any speed signs, etc. A helmet must be worn by law on snowmobiles at all times. • If a snowmobile or ATV is on the roadway without registration or insurance, and/or if the operator does not have a valid drivers license, it can be towed and the operator can be charged. This can effect your ability to obtain a valid drivers license later on. • There are bylaws in communities, and some of those bylaws do not allow a snowmobile or ATV on any roadway in that community. Please make sure you check your local bylaws before you operate on any roadway. • PLEASE NOTE. . A snowmobile and ATV are considered a motor vehicle. The same laws apply for "impaired operation of a motor vehicle" to snowmobile's and ATV's no matter where they are operated. PLEASE DO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE!!!! • ALWAYS REMEMBER to operate in a safe manner. . every year many people are killed on snowmobiles and ATV's. Please operate safely, obey the law and most of all. . HAVE FUN!!!! Cst. B. GOSSEN Watson Lake RCMP
Christian Radio CIAY New Life 100. 7 FM Stay tuned for…. “A sermon for a Sunday” with Pastor John Lasante every Sunday at 5 pm. For more information please call Gospel Chapel at 536 -2249 or email [email protected] com
Greyhound Depot Hours Monday, Wednesday & Friday 9 am to Noon & 5 pm to Midnight (Closed between noon and 5 pm) Tuesday & Thursday 9 am to Noon & 5 pm to 11: 30 pm (Closed between noon and 5 pm) Saturday 10 am to 6 pm Sunday CLOSED
Greyhound Bus Schedule NORTH BOUND BUS SOUTH BOUND BUS From the South (Ft. Nelson to Watson Lake) From the North (Whitehorse to Watson Lake) Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday Monday, Wednesday & Friday Arrives @ 11: 05 pm Leaves to Whitehorse @ 11: 20 pm Arrives @ 11: 05 pm Leaves to Ft. Nelson @ 11: 40 pm