- Treasure’s Update
- Community Developer Update
- Small grant review: Children’s Events
- Hamilton Continuing Care
- Youth Engager with the Xperience Annex
- What’s going on in Stinson?
- Movie nights in Stinson – starting June 22nd, 2018 with JUMANJI
- Railtrail clean-up with Corktown – June 24th
- BBQ at Carter Park – moved to July
Thursday June 14th, 2018 7:00 – 9:00 PMCentral Memorial Recreation Centre – 93 West Ave S
Land Acknowledgment: We want to recognize and acknowledge that we meet on the traditional territories of the Mississauga of the Credit River and the Six Nations Haudenosaunee and within the lands protected by the Dish with One Spoon wampum agreement.
SCA Values: Collaboration, Engagement, Respect, Trust, Inclusiveness, Transparency
SCA Mission: To enable all residents to fully participate in the community. To actively engage community partners in building relationships in order to enrich the community and the neighbourhood. To encourage, build, and preserve a safe, clean, and attractive neighbourhood that we are all proud to call home
SCA Vision: Stinson is a diverse and engaged community with a natural, historic, and vibrant character
Neighbours help us when they…
Keep Stinson a safe and inclusive space!
But please avoid…
- Welcome and Indigenous Land Acknowledgement reviewed
- Introductions completed, review of Values, Mission and Vision as a group and discussions of what Respect means to you
- We tried reading them all together and we maybe felt like a cult…
- Good discussion about Respect during meetings.
3. Sergeant Jennifer McFadden reviewed the crime stats for the last 30 days which were down from the previous months.
1. Please see attachment in the email 4. Brags and drags
1. 100 in 1 day – was a success, lanterns and art in the park were well done!
- Boys and Girls Club Summer Camp
- 6 week camp at Central Memorial Rec Centre – ONLY $15 for each week
- Registration at 45 Ellis Ave if you’re interested
- CD update
- Small grant review occurred before this meeting (4 were reviewed)
- Neighbourhood Action Strategy – available online reimaginingNAS.ca
- To be brought before council for voting, but the vote was deferred until after the election (November)
- Which neighbourhoods are a part of the NAS is up in the air
- Hamilton Community Foundation and city are still trying to figure it out.
- Future HPO Children’s Events
- Diana Wier from the HPO has offered a brass quintet on a Saturday evening (August 25th) with a bring your own picnic at 1pm
- Family music literacy program on July 21st after the BBQ!
- Tickets will be provided to participants for future HPO events
- Listen and Learn – July 21st after the BBQ in the courtyard at Central Memorial Rec Centre
- Possible smaller events throughout the neighbourhood and could be opened up to other neighbourhoods as well
- Hamilton Continuing Care (125 Wentworth St S (at Delaware))
- Schlegel Village is in need of volunteers!
- Friendly visits (weekends are a lonely time)
- Kids and pets allowed
- There is also a piano if anyone needs to practice or wants to show off
- Possibly helping teach seniors computer literacy
- Cameron shared that Hamilton Literacy Council may be willing to do outreach
- Possibly having an SCA meeting there to help build connections!
- 905-527-1482 if you’re interested!
Tracey – volunteer with Telling Tales Festival (will be back in August)
- 10th Annual Free Children’s Literacy Event that occurs at Westfield in September 16th, 2018 with a book swap
- Free transportation bus service from:
- Dr Davies School
- Queen Victoria School
- St Brigid’s
- Adelaide Hoodless
What’s going on in Stinson?
Movie nights in Stinson
• 3 movies being presented over the summer starting June 22nd, 2018 with JUMANJI Rail clean-up with Corktown – postponed to August
Songs from the Bishop – every Thursday in July at 7pm in Bishop’s Park
The Amazing 3 Neighbourhood Garage Sale – July 28th – in Stinson, Corktown and Durand • Interest from residents on Emerald Street shared by Eileen
BBQ at Carter Park – moved to Saturday July 21st
- Saturday July 21st, 2018, 11am-3pm
- The Telling Tales Festival is interested as a vendor
- Continuing Care can help from Schlegel Village
1. PROROGUE JULY’S MEETING
1. Brought by Christina, seconded by Kathy and unanimously supported.