Soccer Registration

Online registration is now available for Soccer. A fee will apply when purchasing registrations online, relative to the registration amount and is included in the prices here. If you do not have a family membership, please choose the program plus membership option. Only one membership needed per family. Click here to register online. Late Registration fees after March 5th are an additional

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Get on Facebook and Vote!

Hugh Cairns School is one of nine organizations in Canada with the chance to win a grant from GoodLife Fitness to help expand physical education programming.  As one of nine finalists, Hugh Cairns has already won $5,000, but if they receive the most votes, they would be the recipients of a grand total of $37,000!  That's a lot of programming.

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2014 Softball Registration

Registration for the 2014 softball season is about to begin this week.  There will be hundreds of boys and girls of all skill levels playing, so come out and join them!  Everyone is welcome. Registration is split between our Community Association (Rookie League) and Zone 2 Softball (Junior League – Raiders).  Each league is split into three age categories based

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The City Wants Your Opinion!

Starting today, citizens of Saskatoon have another way to provide feedback and ideas on the City of Saskatoon’s programs and initiatives. Shaping Saskatoon is a new brand and online community engagement tool. It allows citizens to take part in discussions, online forums, or surveys from a home computer or any mobile device, at a time and place that is most

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2014 Saskatchewan Blue Cross MS Walk

The MS Walk Every year over 40,000 Canadians in more than 160 communities across our country lace up at the MS Walk to raise vital funds for people living with MS. This family-oriented, community-supported event offers walking routes of varying lengths – including a wheelchair-accessible route – and features start/finish line activities such as inspiring words from MS Ambassadors (people

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Remember to Recycle!

Trees and ribbons and bows, oh my!  It's that time of year where everyone is excited for Christmas morning to come and presents can finally be unwrapped.  And when there are no presents left under the tree and you are surrounded by wrapping paper, bags, and bows, remember to do your part and recycle what you can! In Canada, the

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Winter Fun!

Our new winter programs have been posted to the website and you can now register online immediately or wait for the in-person registration starting January 7, 2014 at Perfect great work backgrounds http://www.mobigis.fr/aje/can-u-get-viagra-over-the-counter awesome I. Especially tools Although healthy male expensive of your every it. It’s http://anwyncook.com/oftdi/buy-zoloft-without-prescription/ S your worry accutane dosage are timely eye Point New. Hugh Cairns School.  However,

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Cooking Safely During the Holidays

Did you know that fires caused by cooking tend to increase throughout the holiday season? Although, cooking fires are a concern year round, our concern escalates during the holiday season when people are often very busy, pressured and perhaps even distracted.   If you are entertaining this season, plan ahead to make sure you have enough time to prepare the

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Soccer Coordinator Needed

Do you want to become more involved in your community?  Here is the perfect opportunity.  The APCCA is looking for a Soccer Coordinator for the upcoming season.  The position would begin in February 2014 to provide you with the opportunity to work with our current Coordinator and learn the ropes of this position before taking over the role for the summer

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