400 Club Winners January and February

The following ticket holders have won the draws respectively, congratulations!
January 6th Wayne Sokal Tkt #98                 $50.00
January 13th Cory Smith Tkt#11                    $50.00
January 20th Bernice Petrasko tkt #310     $50.00
January 27th Frank Kotello tkt#179           $100.00
February 3, 2018 Tkt # 56 Ryan Kraynyk   $50.00
February 10, 2018 Tkt#13 David Fuchs      $50.00
February 17, 2018 Tkt#17 Myron Kuzyk    $50.00
February 24, 2018 Tkt#266 Olive Korosil   $100.00
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING THE COOKS CREEK COMMUNITY CENTRE!

Pancake Breakfast February 24, 9 am

Cooks Creek Community Centre

Gordon Goldsborough Coming to Cooks Creek!

 

GORDON GOLDSBOROUGH – AUTHOR OF ABANDONED MANITOBA and guest on CBC’s Weekend Morning Show will be speaking at the Cooks Creek Community Centre Pancake Breakfast.

When:  Saturday February 24th  9:00 am pancake breakfast, speaker @ 10:00 am.

Where:  Cooks Creek Community Centre

Associate Professor, department of Biological Sciences, University of Manitoba and Head Researcher, webmaster and past president of the Manitoba Historical Society.

See link below for more information.

http://www.mhs.mb.ca/info/books/abandonedmanitoba.shtml

 

Emerald Ash Borers Seminar Feb 21, 2018, 7 pm

IMPORTANT

EMERALD ASH BORER HAS BEEN SPOTTED IN WINNIPEG

GET INFORMED

Wednesday February 21st 7:00 PM

Cooks Creek Community Centre

The emerald ash borer (EAB) is a highly destructive beetle that has already killed millions of ash trees in Ontario and north eastern United States. The attack on residential landscapes has been devastating and a financial burden on all Municipal holdings such as parks, playgrounds, cemeteries, wherever Ash Trees have been planted.

EAB was recently detected in Winnipeg. Once detected, it cannot be eradicated.

Effective immediately, the movement of ash materials, including logs, branches, woodchips, ash nursery stock/trees, and all species of firewood out of Winnipeg is restricted.

Fiona Ross, Sustainable Development (Mb Conservation formerly), will speak on the Emerald Ash Borer.  This is an opportunity for ALL parties to learn firsthand of the invasive pest.

Learn about:

  • How to identify the beetle
  • Mitigate the problem,
  • Are there any licensed preventative measures available?

Samples of the larvae and insect will be available for viewing