Victoria West Community Association

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Welcome!

The Victoria West Community Association is run by volunteers. Follow the VWCA link above to find committees, minutes, and more.

The VWCA also runs the Community Centre, where you can join programs all year long or rent event rooms. Follow the Community Centre link above.

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Sewage Treatment Forum

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Forum on Sewage Treatment

Victoria West Community Centre

Monday, February 8, 2016.

7:00pm

This is your opportunity to hear simple, common-sense talk from
the experts and have your questions answered.

Moderator:  Ian Jessop,
CFAX

Panelists:

Richard Atwell-  Mayor of Saanich, Vice-Chair of the CRD's Core Area
Liquid Waste Management Committee and of the Integrated Resource
Management Task Force.

Brian Grover-  Retired civil
engineer with postgraduate degrees in water resources engineering and a long
history on international infrastructure projects, including CIDA and World
Bank. 

John Farquarson-  John's track record in public engagement includes chairing the
steering committees for the Gonzales Neighbourhood plan and the City of
Victoria's Greenway's Plan. 

Brian Gilbert-  Citizen
expert on the CRD sewage project, Brian is a spokesperson for the RITE Plan,
and enjoys helping people make sense of the mess.

Oscar Regier-  Retired civil
engineer with 40 years of experience in the evaluation, design and construction
of municipal infrastructure including potable water, stormwater, and wastewater
conveyance and treatment.   Oscar was the prime consultant's
project manager for the design of civil works and the waste water treatment
plant at Dockside Green

Potluck Dinner February 13

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Everyone is welcome at the 

Vic West Community Potluck Dinner 

on February 13th, at 5:00pm. 

Our theme is "RED" - to warm the winter, 

celebrate Chinese New Year, 

and share the love of Valentine's Day. 

To be part of the theme,

 wear something red or pink. 

Please bring a dish of food to share.

You can make a difference in your community!

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The VWCA board and its committees are the foundation that supports the good work of the Association. Our work is interesting, collegial and a great way to support and give back to this wonderful and unique community in which we live. Think to yourself: “What would be missing in Victoria West if the VWCA ceased to exist?” and consider the following opportunities to volunteer with the VWCA:
 
Secretary: The Secretary is an Officer of the VWCA board and is not just a minute taker and correspondent. Maintaining the membership roll, custody of records and the society common seal, s/he is plays a critical in the Association. Estimated commitment for this position is 6-8 hours per month.
 
Human resource volunteers: New for the Association, the human resource committee will ensure that the VWCA has the relevant policies and procedures required to maintain compliance with employment related legislation and that the Association follows best practices in human resource management and compensation. Estimated commitment for this committee is 4-6 hours per month.
 
Ready to jump in? Contact Nan Judd: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to discuss these roles and commitment.

March Break Camps at Victoria West Community Centre

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Mad Science – Moving with Science Camp (5-11 Years)

50393      Mon-Fri    March 14-18  Full Day   9:00am-4:00pm   5/$210

Half Day  9:00am-12:00pm  5/$125

Please contact the Centre at 250-590-8922 to register

Mad Science– Secret Agent in the Field  Camp (6-12 Yrs)

50392 Mon-Thu Mar 21-24 Full Day 9:00am –4:00pm 4/$175

Half Day 9:00am-12:00pm 4/$105

Please contact the Centre at 250-590-8922 to register

Boys and Girls Club Spring Break Camp (5-12 Years)

Please register through the Boys and Girls Club Main Office at 250-384-9133 Ext. 0 

Mon Mar 14-Fri Mar 18   7:00am-5:30pm 

Mon Mar 21-Thu Mar 24 7:00am-5:30pm $35 per day for those not currently attending Boys and Girls Club Programs, $30 per day for Boys and Girls Club Registrants  

Banfield Park Community Orchard Wassail

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What a grand time in the Orchard! Wassail King Nicole and Queen Graham ruled the day of dancing, singing, toasting, and feasting...the community spirit was everywhere! A big thank you to the volunteers, Centre staff, local organic farmers, Fry's Bakery, Thrifty Foods, and Island Thyme Morris Dancers. The trees have been awoken and the upcoming harvest will be plentiful.
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