Glens Community Association
“How to Cope with Challenges Of Modern Life –
Trees, Infill, Roadwork,
Airport and Water Supply”
Monday, June 12th, 2017, 7 P.M.
(Metropolitan Bible Church)
2176 Prince of Wales Drive
Over 100 residents attended and listen to the presentations from Councillor Keith Egli, Jeremy Doherty, Ottawa Paramedic Service, Jasmin Isabelle, Deputy City Treasurer, Corporate Finance and Constable Sherry Jordan, Community Police. Glens social affairs were discussed by Nicole, Patricia and Stephen. Residents were encouraged to participate and help organize this year picnic in Pineglen Park and larger event celebrating Canada 150’s birthday in 2017. Many questions were asked, few laughters exchanged. Glens are welcoming a new board with new ideas and fresh energy. Councillor Keith Egli presented Glens President Agnes Warda with the Ward 9 Volunteer pin for her special contributions to ward 9 and the community. Many residents won special door prizes donated by businesses and few of our residents. Special thanks to: Edward Jones (Brian Kelly, Coldwell Bankers Realty (Sue Briard), Ramada, Country Place, UB Nail Spa and other donors who wish to be anonymous.
Meeting was attended by the Fire Department: Philip Muggleton, Deputy Chief, Communication Standards, Education, Planning, Safety & Innovation and Assistant Division Chief, Prevention John Gillissie. Hydro Ottawa was represented by Wray Munro and Rob Cameron. Timothy Murray represented Community Police. Councillor Keith Egli presented our resident Marilyn Booth with the Ward 9 Volunteer pin for her special contributions to enrich Glens community.