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TICKETS FOR SALE
The Foundation is currently selling tickets on $1000.00 worth of Ski-doo wear at $2.00 per ticket. We are sponsoring the Tree of Memories at Curtis Memorial Hospital. Individuals can give a donation in memory of a loved one or colleague and the person’s name will be added to a list of those being remembered, and a dove will be placed on the tree. On Friday December 14 we will hold a Winner’s Choice fundraiser in the Rotunda of Curtis Memorial Hospital. Tickets will sell for $1.00 – there are some great prizes to be won. Are you visiting St. Anthony on the Dec 14? Why not drop by and show your support. Remember all the money raised stays in our area. If you wish to e-mail a donation or purchase tickets , please send it to my personal address- firstname.lastname@example.org. I will send you a receipt or purchase your tickets and send you the numbers. Thank you for your past support as we work to help advance health care in our region Agnes Patey Co-ordinator Grenfell Foundation
Grenfell Foundation (South) Capital Equipment List 2018 - 2019
Portable Cardiac Monitors (2)
Sleep Recorders (2)
Tracking Head for Microscope
Bariatric Lifts (2)
NOTICE - CHIMNEY FIRES
The St. Anthony Volunteer Fire Department would like to remind residents, who burn wood, to take extra measures to clean their chimney. This a preventive measure to ensure your home is safe from chimney fires especially during the winter months.
Thank you for your cooperation!
St. Anthony Volunteer Fire Department
FIRE PREVENTION NOTICE
|With the holiday season upon us, the Town of St. Anthony and the St. Anthony Volunteer Fire Department would like to remind residents to take every precaution to ensure a safe and fire free holiday. For details on how you can protect your family and property, we encourage you to visit the attached website (National Fire Protection Association) for many helpful tips.
Town of St. Anthony and
St. Anthony Volunteer Fire Department
Labrador Grenfell Health Survey
|Please click here for news release from LGH Health. They are looking for input from residents and this is certainly a very important survey to take the time to complete. Please share with all residents through your different outlets and correspondence. Deadline is approaching, December 14, 2018.
Community Addiction Prevention and Mental Health Promotion Fund Program
The Community Addictions Prevention and Mental Health Promotion Fund is an initiative of the Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Health and Community Services. The fund is administered by the Department in partnership with the four regional health authorities: Labrador-Grenfell Health, Western Health, Central Health and Eastern Health. There is $150,000 available in funding. Priorities of the Community Addictions Prevention and Mental Health Promotion fund are rooted in the promotion, prevention and early intervention section of the provincial mental health and addictions action plan, Towards Recovery. To receive funding, a project must act on at least one of the priority areas listed below and identify the priority area in their application: Supporting young families (parenting skills, parent/child mental wellness, etc...) Preventing substance use related risks and harms Suicide prevention, specifically with respect to stigma reduction Supporting positive mental health and wellness There is a maximum grant amount of $10,000 per application. Applications above $10,000 will not be considered. For further information, please connect with your regional health authority contact, as identified in the application. Applications are due to your respective regional health authority contact by close of day December 21, 2018. https://www.health.gov.nl.ca/health/grantsfunding/CAPMHP_grant.html Thanks, Tina Tina Coombs Regional Addictions Prevention/Mental Health Promotion Consultant Mental Health & Addictions Labrador Grenfell Health Curtis Memorial Hospital 178-200 West Street St. Anthony, NL A0K 4S0 T- 709 454-0521 F- 709 454-4041 For more information on the workshops that Mental Health and Addictions offer, please click on the link below: http://www.lghealth.ca/pdf/booklet-mh-training-schedule-fall-2018.pdf
SENIORS COTTAGES APPLICATIONS
|St. Anthony Non-Profit Senior’s Housing Complex Inc. will be accepting applications for the 10 units being constructed at Ollerhead Road in St. Anthony, NL. Anyone wanting to apply is asked to complete an application. Click here for applications or pick up an application at the Town Office. All completed applications are to be returned to the Town Office. Only those that meet the requirements and are selected for a unit will be notified.
FISHERIES AND OCEANS CANADA NOTICE TO ANGLERS
na.18.055B Oct. 17, 2018 Online Recreational Trout Consultation Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) in Newfoundland and Labrador is conducting an online consultation regarding insular Newfoundland Recreational Trout angling. The purpose of this consultation is to seek the opinions of trout anglers and the public to inform the trout management approach for the coming years. The public may submit their input through an online questionnaire, by email, or in writing. Online Questionnaire (English): http://dfo-mpo.gc.ca/fm-gp/peches-fisheries/comm/consultation-001-eng.htm Online Questionnaire (French): http://dfo-mpo.gc.ca/fm-gp/peches-fisheries/comm/consultation-001-fra.htm Email: DFO.NL.TroutConsultation-Consultationsurlatruite.TNL.MPO@dfo-mpo.gc.ca Mail: Recreational Trout Public Consultations Resource Management and Aboriginal Fisheries, Fisheries and Oceans Canada P.O. Box 5667 St. John's, NL, A1C 5X1. Deadline for all submissions (questionnaires and written comments) is December 15, 2018. All interested members of the public are invited to participate in these consultations.
The Town of St. Anthony would like to remind walkers and vehicle operators that its everyone’s responsibility to ensure our roads are safe for pedestrians and motorists. Therefore, we ask that walker wear light and reflective clothing when out after dark and that vehicle operators reduce speed and watch out for pedestrians when traveling along our streets.
Stay Active… Stay Safe..
Town of St. Anthony
|“One (1) New Wheel Loader” The Town of St. Anthony is now accepting bids for the supply of one (1) new wheel loader (2018 or newer). A set of minimal specifications and conditions are available by contacting Christopher Patey, Public Works Foreman, or Judy Patey, Town Clerk at 709-454-3453 or facsimile at 709-454-4154. The loader must be delivered to the Town of St. Anthony no later than January 15, 2019. Sealed tenders clearly marked “TENDER – WHEEL LOADER” must be addressed and forwarded to the undersigned no later than 1 p.m., Monday, September 10, 2018 at which time tenders will be Opened in the Council Chamber. THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED. Ms. Judy Patey Town Clerk Town of St. Anthony PO Box 430 St. Anthony, NL A0K 4S0 Tel: 709-454-3454 Fax: 709-454-4154 Email: email@example.com
NORPEN WASTE MANAGEMENT ELECTRONICS RECYCLING
|Do you have electronics that you need to dispose of? If so, deliver items to one of Norpen’s Electronics’ Depots at Subregion 1 Landfill, near St. Anthony; Subregion 3 Landfill, near St. Barbe or Subregion 4 Landfill near Hawke’s Bay. Electronics (E-waste) Depots in Subregions 1,3 & 4 are open year-round. TV’S, COMPUTERS & COMPUTER PERIPHERALS, PHONES, CELL PHONES, DESKTOP PRINTERS, HOME AUDIO AND VIDEO SYSTEMS, HOME THEATRE SYSTEMS, VEHICLE AUDIO/VIDEO SYSTEMS (AFTERMARKET), PERSONAL/PORTABLE AUDIO/VIDEO SYSTEMS
For more info. visit www.recyclemyelectronics.ca/nl
Indoor Walking Track Schedule
|The walking track schedule (effective April 16, 2018) has been issued. Come and enjoy a great opportunity to improve your health - especially during those days that our weather is not cooperative. [VIEW SCHEDULE].
The St. Anthony Public Library offers a collection of books, audiobooks, DVDs and more! Through www.nlpl.ca you can also check out eBooks as well as digital magazines and newspapers. The library offers copy, printing, and faxing services. WiFi access and several public access computers are available too. We are located on the second floor of Town Hall on West Street. Call 454-3025 for more information on our services and programs.
We look forward to your visit!
Recycle All Electronic Waste
|Residents of Newfoundland & Labrador can now recycle their end of life electronics and help divert potentially hazardous materials from entering landfills. Items such as Desktop Computers, Portable Computers, Printers and Audio Devices are accepted. [View Details]