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         Community Events  


April 21  The Valley East Seniors Club invite
all adults 50 + years  to come and join them
in a fun filled afternoon of socializing, card
games, games and darts from 1:00 pm to 4:00
pm at the Valley East Kin Club Park on
Langdon St, Blezard Valley.  Memberships
are available to purchase on site at $20.00/yr.


Capreol Minor Hockey Association's  AGM
will be on April 24th, 2014 at the Library at 6;
30pm and the Capeol Minor Hockey Banquet
will be April 27th at 4pm.  Hope to see all the
Hawks there.


50’s / 60’s Dance
Saturday April 26th.  Capeol Legion Br. 179
8:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.
Tickets $6.00 per person
Light Lunch will be served with prizes
For original costumes.
Door prizes to be won!
Contact the Legion at: 705-858-1522


April 27   The Royal Canadian Legion Branch
#179 will be holding a Tea & Penny Sale on
Sunday 1:00 - 3:00 pm.  Cost is $4.00 which
includes (Sandwich/Dessert/Tea or Coffee).


Tea Bazaar with pastry sale Sunday April the
27th.  2014 At Centre Club d’Âge d’Or de la
Vallée ( Golden Age Club) 26 Côté Blvd in
Hanmer 12:00pm to 3:00pm Adults admission
$4, children $2 Everyone welcome!


May 2  Family Movie Night at Trinity United
Church, Capreol. “Walking With Dinosaurs”
Doors open at 6:30. Snacks available.


St. James-in-the-Valley Players presents "No
Women Allowed" Dinner Theatre in their
Church. at 4510 Tate Blvd., Val Therese, on
Friday, May 2, and Saturday, May 3, at 6 p.m.  
Afternoon performance on Sunday, May 4, at
1:30 p.m.  Evening performances: $25 per
person, afternoon; $15.



May 2  Family Movie Night at Trinity United
Church, Capreol. “Walking With Dinosaurs”
Doors open at 6:30. Snacks available.
St. Alban's Spring Tea & Penny Sale.  St.
Alban's Anglican Church, 34 Dennie St.,
Capreol.  Thurs., May 15, 6:30 - 8 p.m.  
Fabulous prizes.  Delectable desserts.  $4


May 24  The Capreol Army Cadets Bottle
Drive. Thank you again to everyone for their
hard work and support.         
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          OFSC Trail Riding Finished for this Season

Snowmobilers are being warned to stay off of area OFSC Prescribed
snowmobile trails effective immediately as the snowmobile season has come to
an end.  These trails are now reported as “Unavailable” (Red) on the OFSC
Interactive Trail Guide at www.ofsc.on.ca, STP stopped regular grooming
operations, and clubs have commenced removing signs, lake stakes and
closing gates.

Snowmobilers are also advised that rapidly deteriorating snow and ice
conditions due to spring thaw make snowmobiling extremely hazardous
anywhere. Roads and road crossings are now bare and the ice on all waterways
is melting or unstable.

“The only safe and sensible course of action for snowmobilers is to put away
their sleds until next winter,” stated Chuck Breathat, Sudbury Trail Plan
President “The risks of trying that ‘one last ride’ are simply too high now that
spring thaw has commenced.”

The public is also reminded that an OFSC snowmobile trail on private land
reported as “Unavailable” means that access to that trail is also prohibited for
any other users or persons for all other seasons, without the specific prior
permission of the landowner. “On behalf of our clubs and volunteers, I want to
thank all of the landowners who have generously allowed the use of their
property for an OFSC snowmobile trail this winter,” concluded Breathat “We
also appreciate the support of the many snowmobilers who bought trail permits
to help pay their share of the cost of trail operations for the past season.”

A very special thanks is also extended to all of the club volunteers who
donated their services to assist local clubs in providing a successful season of
snowmobiling. Although the winter is over, snowmobiling has become a year
round business, so many volunteers will start immediately to plan and prepare
for next winter.

The Sudbury Trail Plan wish to thank all trail permit buyers, and sponsoring
businesses, for their support this past season. On behalf of all snowmobilers,
STP would like to extend a thank you to the S.T.O.P, OPP, City of Greater
Sudbury Police Services , RCMP, Sudbury EMS and all other official agencies
that worked hard to ensure safety on the trails.  

For more local and district trail condition information check the OFSC website
at  www.ofsc.on.ca under Trail Conditions – District 12 or at www.
sudburytrailplan.on.ca

For further information please contact;
Chuck Breathat, President – Sudbury Trail Plan Association 705-918-0159