Attention children 10 years of age and under! We want you to draw our February front cover celebrating Valentine's Day! Be creative and show us your talent. Use crayons, markers or pencil crayons and enter our contest. Please use an 8.5" x 8.5" sheet of paper for your drawing. The winner will receive a Cineplex Gift Card.
All entries must be submitted no later than January 26th. Please deliver your drawing to 303 Markland Drive. Include your name, age and address on a SEPARATE piece of paper. The winner will be contacted by January 28th. A release form will have to be completed in order to display the artist's name in our publication and on our website.
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Special Community Meeting:
Executive Summary Georgina Balascas, President of the Markland Wood Homeowners Association (MWHA), welcomed the over 300 residents who came to the St. Clement Catholic Church Parish Hall to be informed of the present development plans for the 240 Markland Drive location. She also welcomed Councillor Stephen Holyday, recently elected to represent Ward 3, who had been specifically invited. On hand as well was Peter Swinton of PMG Consultants, a planning expert retained by the MWHA Board.
Markland Wood Youth Community Leadership Award
If you are pursuing post secondary studies next autumn please consider applying for the 2018 Youth Leadership Award. These awards are generously funded by the MWHA and presented annually to:
A Markland Wood resident
An Individual who makes a difference in our community through volunteer/ community involvement and leadership
To apply, please visit the Markland Wood website at www.marklandwood.org.
Click on the tab marked “Who we are” and then click on “Youth Awards”. Complete all parts of the application. The deadline for applications is midnight, July 2nd.
MWHA Christmas Caravan 50th Anniversary!
To be able to celebrate any 50th Anniversary is very special and on December 10th, we celebrated that occasion for our annual Christmas Caravan! Who would have thought that a small community such as Markland Wood could continue its tradition of collecting food and clothing for local charities for all these years? Over the decades, we have seen many changes with many new volunteers. We have said goodbye to those that have moved away (even though some come back just for Caravan) and others that have passed away. As we met at the plaza, we took a moment to reflect.