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Jun 24 2016 - 10:00am
The Healthy Kids Community Challenge (HKCC) is Ontario’s new drive to support the health of our children. Funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, the HKCC is a coordinated, community driven approach to developing healthy communities for children aged 12 years and under. The Challenge is a multi-sectoral program where community partners work to develop and implement programs, policies, and initiatives that promote and enable healthy behavioursin an effort to prevent and reduce childhood obesity rates.

 Exercise your mind and body with an insightful walk about town, featuring the city’s oldest and most interesting buildings. 

Welland City Council adopted a new municipal logo at Tuesday’s Council Meeting. The new logo will represent the unique character and diversity of Welland, and connect residents and stakeholders to a brand identity focused on corporate transparency and a commitment to grow social and economic development.

It is that time of year again to start planning for the 2016 – 2017 season.   There are a number of opportunities for coaches to have a positive impact on our players. WMBA is looking for individuals to teach not only basketball fundamentals but life skills as well. Our volunteer coaches ensure our young players have fun while they learn teamwork, sportsmanship and the importance of an active life style.

For over 46 years, the Rotary Club of Welland has recognized 10 graduates, one male and one female, from each of the five Secondary Schools in Welland. These students have been chosen by their peers and Guidance staff because they personify the motto of Rotary “Service Above Self”. They have made worthy contribution to the life of the school and the community at large and possess the qualities, abilities and interests that make them worthy representatives of their schools. At the same time, achieving academic success.