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Page 1 The American White Pelicans at Telford Lake Certainly if you have ever been to Telford Lake from May to now, you will have noticed the flock of large white birds. These birds are the American White Pelican. The Pelicans also frequent Saunders Lake and Coal Lake, choosing a particular lake based on the availability of nesting sites and sources of food. Here are some interesting facts about Pelicans: Pelicans are giant birds, with a wingspan of 5 meters which enable them to fly up to an altitude of 3,000 meters. They weigh about 5-8 kg. Pelicans live on every continent except Antarctica. Pelicans arrive in Alberta in late April and leave sometime in September before freeze-up and migrate to the coasts of Florida and Mexico. Pelicans eat fish, tadpoles, amphibians and crustaceans. They consume about 2 kg. of food each day. They catch their prey by scooping up as much as 20 litres of water and straining out the prey. They move the food into their throat and then swallow it whole. Pelicans like to hunt in groups. Pelicans do not mate for life. Pelicans have a mating ritual which both the male and female take part in. They prominently display their bright orange bills during courtship rituals which include bowing, strutting and short flights. Pelicans do not build a complicated nest, in which they lay 2 chalky white eggs, which are incubated for about 29 days. If the eggs are destroyed they will not lay another until next year. Pelicans should be left alone while laying eggs, tending to eggs, or tending to chicks. If disturbed they will fly away and not return, leaving the eggs or chicks to the mercy of predators. Until 1987 the White Pelican was on the National List of Threatened Species. It is still considered endangered in Alberta (classified as Sensitive in the current General Status of Alberta Wild Species report) , although the population is increasing. They live between 12-14 years in the wild. The most significant factor affecting white pelican populations in Alberta is the disturbance of their breeding sites. Human disturbance, even if motivated by simple curiosity and attraction, has been the most common cause of colony failure and abandonment in the past century The American white pelican is protected by the provincial Wildlife Act, and it is illegal to kill or harass individual birds, or disturb their nests at any time of the year. September & October 2016 211 is a 24-hour information and referral line that helps people connect to social, health, and government services. You can dial 2-1-1- anytime of day, and be connected to an Information and Referral Worker who will help connect you to the service you are looking for. 211 is a great way to get connected in your community! Are you looking for a specific support group in your area? Call 2-1-1 Would you like to find a walk in medical clinic in Leduc? Call 2-1-1 Do you think you are being taken advantage, and need someone to talk to? Call 2-1-1 211 is a valuable resource in our community – and FREE for callers. If you’re not sure – just call! October is Influenza Immunizaon Awareness Month in Canada Influenza is contagious - good health is not. Geng the Influenza Immunizaon each season is the single most effecve way to protect yourself and your loved ones from influenza. Things that everyone should think about: Get immunized Cover all coughs and sneezes with a ssue, or into your arm (not into your hands) Clean your hands frequently Stay home when you are sick Each year about 10-20% of the populaon gets the flu. However, influenza causes about 12,200 people to be admied to the hospital and about 3,500 deaths in Canada each year. here is a higher risk of geng complicaons from influenza for people 65 years or older, and people with chronic health problems. The Influenza vaccine is a very effecve way of protecng people from geng sick with influenza. You need to get immunized every year because the influenza viruses change. This year an Influenza Vaccine Clinic will be held at Telford House Thursday, October 13th from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. “Your face will change. Your body will change. The only kind of beauty that endures is the kind that lives in your heart.” ~Lori Deschene

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Page 1: September & October 2016 - Leduc · are some interesting facts about Pelicans: Pelicans are giant birds, ... Senior’s Aqua Fit, Pickleball or Badminton at the Leduc Recreation Centre

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The American White Pelicans at Telford Lake

Certainly if you have ever been to Telford Lake from May to now, you will have noticed the flock of large white birds. These birds are the American White Pelican. The Pelicans also frequent Saunders Lake and Coal Lake, choosing a particular lake based on the availability of nesting sites and sources of food. Here

are some interesting facts about Pelicans: Pelicans are giant birds, with a wingspan of 5 meters which enable them to fly up to an altitude of 3,000 meters. They weigh about 5-8 kg. Pelicans live on every continent except Antarctica. Pelicans arrive in Alberta in late April and leave sometime in September before freeze-up and migrate to the coasts of Florida and Mexico. Pelicans eat fish, tadpoles, amphibians and crustaceans. They consume about 2 kg. of food each day. They catch their prey by scooping up as much as 20 litres of water and straining out the prey. They move the food into their throat and then swallow it whole.

Pelicans like to hunt in groups. Pelicans do not mate for life. Pelicans have a mating ritual which both the male and female take part in. They prominently display

their bright orange bills during courtship rituals which include bowing, strutting and short flights. Pelicans do not build a complicated nest, in which they lay 2 chalky white eggs, which are incubated

for about 29 days. If the eggs are destroyed they will not lay another until next year. Pelicans should be left alone while laying eggs, tending to eggs, or tending to chicks. If disturbed they

will fly away and not return, leaving the eggs or chicks to the mercy of predators. Until 1987 the White Pelican was on the National List of Threatened Species. It is still considered

endangered in Alberta (classified as Sensitive in the current General Status of Alberta Wild Species report) , although the population is increasing. They live between 12-14 years in the wild.

The most significant factor affecting white pelican populations in Alberta is the disturbance of their breeding sites. Human disturbance, even if motivated by simple curiosity and attraction, has been the most common cause of colony failure and abandonment in the past century

The American white pelican is protected by the provincial Wildlife Act, and it is illegal to kill or harass individual birds, or disturb their nests at any time of the year.

September & October 2016

211 is a 24-hour information and referral line that helps people connect to social, health, and government services.

You can dial 2-1-1- anytime of day, and be connected to an Information and Referral Worker who will help connect

you to the service you are looking for. 211 is a great way to get connected in your community!

Are you looking for a specific support group in your area? Call 2-1-1

Would you like to find a walk in medical clinic in Leduc? Call 2-1-1

Do you think you are being taken advantage, and need someone to talk to? Call 2-1-1

211 is a valuable resource in our community – and FREE for callers. If you’re not sure – just call!

October is Influenza Immunization Awareness Month in Canada Influenza is contagious - good health is not. Getting the Influenza Immunization each season is the single most effective way to protect yourself and your loved ones from influenza. Things that everyone should think about:

Get immunized Cover all coughs and sneezes with a tissue, or into your arm (not into your

hands) Clean your hands frequently Stay home when you are sick

Each year about 10-20% of the population gets the flu. However, influenza causes about 12,200 people to be admitted to the hospital and about 3,500 deaths in Canada each year. here is a higher risk of getting complications from influenza for people 65 years or older, and people with chronic health problems. The Influenza vaccine is a very effective way of protecting people from getting sick with influenza. You need to get immunized every year because the influenza viruses change. This year an Influenza Vaccine Clinic will be held at Telford House Thursday, October 13th from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm.

“Your face will change. Your body will change. The only kind of beauty that endures is

the kind that lives in your heart.” ~Lori Deschene

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FIRE PREVENTION WEEK (October 9th to 15th 2016) This years campaign is once again aimed to educate the population about the essential elements of smoke alarm safety. The theme of this year’s campaign is a very important one:

“Don’t Wait – Check the Date! Replace Smoke Alarms Every 10 years “

Many people are not aware how to maintain their smoke alarms, which may put them at increased risk in the event of a home fire. Therefore, for the past 2 years Fire Prevention Week has been aimed at smoke alarm safety:

2014 - Test your smoke alarm every month 2015 - Every bedroom needs a work smoke alarm

Only a small percentage of the population knows exactly how old their smoke alarms are, or how often they need to be replaced. Smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years. Therefore make sure you know how old each and every smoke alarm in your house is.

To find out how old a smoke alarm is, look at the date of manufacture on the back of the alarm; the alarm should be replaced 10 years from that date.

September & October 2016

Healing Things

Hot shower water

Running down my back

Adjusting the heat

On my thermostat

The aroma of tea

In a blue china cup

Perhaps some wine

Before I sup

I walk in the fields

Boots crunching the snow

The branches glistening

With snowflakes in tow

The smell of spring rain

On new mown grass

The color of sky

When day light is past

The voices of friends

With hugs to unfold

All meaningful things

As I grow old

By: Taysa Traff

Being Grateful Will Impact your Life Deeply To be grateful is to focus on what you have, not what you lack. It has been proven that being grateful will make you a happier person. The best way to reap the benefits of gratitude is to notice new things that you are grateful for every day. It’s important to understand that what we have in life is a gift. Being grateful will not only benefit you but also others. How many times you have felt valued because someone thanked you? How many times you have felt that someone values your work, your ideas, or you as a person because they have shown gratitude towards you? When we are grateful we develop a tendency to see the positive side of things, as a result you uphold a positive attitude, and you see the glass half full and the sun through the grey clouds. Being grateful will bring you more happiness, better health, deeper relationships and increased vitality and energy. As Thanksgiving approaches this is a good time to think about all that you have.

NATIONAL SENIORS DAY - Saturday October 1st Every October 1st Canadians pay tribute to the Seniors of Canada who have helped make Canada the country it is today, and celebrate

the contribution that each and every senior continues to make to our Country.

Seniors represent a large and growing portion of the population. Seniors are mentors, teachers,

grandparents and loved ones. They volunteer their time and expertise. They have contributed,

and continue to contribute generously to build families, build communities and Canadian society.

Their commitment to remain active, engaged and informed demonstrate to Canadians of all ages

exactly what it means to age well.

National Seniors Day is an opportunity to recognize the important role that seniors play in our

Society and to raise awareness of issues that matter to seniors. Take the time this October 1st to

celebrate National Seniors Day and express your gratitude for everything that seniors do for the

Community. We are proud of our seniors and their contributions.

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Panorama September & October 2016 “EVENTS in Leduc”

September NOTICES

A recent study found that the average American walks about 900 miles a year. Another study by the American Beer Institute found that the average American drinks 22 gallons of beer a year. This means, on average, Americans get approximately 41 miles per gallon. Not bad!!!

Submissions to Panorama

If you would like to submit an article or have a suggestion please submit a copy to Lucrecia at FCSS by the following deadline:

Oct. 14, 2016 by 4:30 pm. Mailing Date for November/December edition: October 28, 2016. We welcome your Views and

Input! Call Lucrecia at: 780-980-7115

The views expressed in the pages of “Panorama” do not necessarily reflect the views of the editor or City Hall. The contents of

this publication cannot be reprinted without prior expressed permission.

Leduc Public Library

Community Art Program The Community Art Program will give the budding Artist inside you the opportunity for expression. You will be working with various media to create one or more works of art, which you will be allowed to take home with you. Come out to this fun program and express yourself. When: September 17th - Jewellery Making-Essential Oil Bracelet Time: 10:15 am to 12:15 pm Cost: $10.00 (non-refundable) for each program payable by cash of cheque, payable when registering at the Library. All supplies will be provided. Call: 780-986-2637 for more information.

Leduc Recreation Centre Drop in Fitness Programs The Panorama will no longer be publishing schedules for the following Programs: Senior’s Aqua Fit, Pickleball or

Badminton at the Leduc Recreation Centre. The Field House Schedule can change due to special events , or often the

schedules for the upcoming season are not available at the time of the publication of The Panorama.

For the latest schedule for programs that you may be interested in either call the Leduc Recreation Centre at: 780-980

-7120 or obtain the latest copy of the City Guide at: City Guide or to access the latest edition of the Field House

schedule at: LRC Field House Sport Schedule

Leduc Public Library

Understanding eBooks and Audio Books

An eBooks is a digital book that can be read on a

computer or mobile device, and Audio Book is a recorded book

which can be played on a computer or mobile device. Both of

these formats are great alternatives to the actual printed hard-

copy of the book. Come to a 1 hour session where the Library

staff will summarize the different e-resources available for you at

the Library and how to make the best use of them.

When: September 21st - 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Call: 780-986-2637 for more information.

FALL Community & Information Registration Day (CIRD) and

Parks, Recreation & Culture Barbecue (PRC BBQ)

Date: Saturday, September 10th

Time CIRD: 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Time PRC BBQ: 11:00 am to 2:00 pm

Location: Leduc Recreation Centre

Learn more about the many sport, recreation, culture, church,

social and service organizations in Leduc. Sign up for programs

and find out what opportunities are available in your

Community.

For more information: 780-980-7177

Black Gold Health Foundation Wings and Wheels Lottery. Proceeds from this lottery will be going to the CT Scanner at the Leduc Community Hospital. Many amazing prizes to be won. Final draw date: December 22nd. The tickets are available from several merchants in Leduc or you can order your tickets online at:

Black Gold Health Foundation

Black Gold Health Foundation 2nd Annual Oktoberfest 2016. This event is in support of the CT Scanner Campaign. Live Silent Auction, Door Prizes and More!

When: September 24, 2016 Where: Leduc Recreation Centre

Time: Doors open: 5:30 pm; Dinner: 6:30 pm; Dance: 9:00 pm featuring Brabec Brothers Cost: $75.00. Tickets available at the LRC.

Call: 780-980-4536 (Carmen) or visit: CT Campaign Events

Party in Alexandra Park Join the City of Leduc for a farewell to summer celebration!

Enjoy a day filled with family friendly activities, street performers, a double header movie inside the Alexandra Arena, and food trucks. It’s sure to be a blast!

When: Saturday, September 3rd - 11:00 am to 10:00 pm Cost: FREE Brought to you by a regional partnership between the City of Leduc, Leduc Public Library, Leduc Regional Parent Link Centre and Leduc Regional Victim Services.

City of Leduc Culture Days September 30th to October 2nd

Culture Days is a Province wide event with cultural events happening in many communities. This celebration gives communities the opportunity to showcase the each community’s unique talents, pride and passions. Come out and celebrate Leduc’s unique culture and heritage. There is something for everyone! There are many events happening in and around Leduc during these 3 days. For more Cultural Days events see page 4 events for October. For a complete list of Cultural Days happenings in Leduc visit: City of Leduc Culture Days

HARVEST TEA/”Culture Days” Come and join us at Dr. Woods House Museum for our annual Harvest Tea with homemade apple crisp, coffee, and tea in our charming tea room! Date: Thursday, September 29th Time: 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm Cost: $5.00 per person Call: 780-986-1517

For more information: Woods House Museum

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Panorama September & October 2016 “EVENTS in Leduc”

JOKES

Charlotte stormed into the eye surgeon's office a couple of days after cataract surgery. "Someone stole my wig while I was having surgery yesterday," she complained. The doctor came out and tried to calm her down: "I assure you that no one on my staff would have done such a thing," he said. "Why do you think it was taken here?" "After the operation, I noticed the wig I was wearing was cheap-looking and ugly." "I think," explained the surgeon gently, "that means your cataract operation was a success." “Good advice is something a man gives when he is too old to set a bad example.” ~--- Francois de La Rochefoucauld While waiting for my first appointment in the reception room of a new dentist, I noticed his certificate, which bore his full name. Suddenly, I remembered that a guy with his name had been in my high school class almost 50 years ago. Upon seeing him, however, I quickly discarded any such thought. This balding, gray-haired man with the deeply lined face was too old to have been my classmate. After he had examined my teeth, I asked him if he had attended the local high school. "Yes," he replied. "Graduated in 1955." "You were in my class!" I exclaimed. He looked at me closely and then asked, "What did you teach?" Two hunters were dragging their dead deer back to their car. Another hunter approached pulling his along too. "Hey, I don't want to tell you how to do something... but I can tell you that it's much easier if you drag the deer in the other direction. Then the antlers won't dig into the ground." After the third hunter left, the two decided to try it. A little while later one hunter said to the other, "You know, that guy was right. This is a lot easier!" "Yeah," the other added, "but we're getting farther and farther away from the truck."

Submissions to Panorama

If you would like to submit an article or have a suggestion please submit a copy to Lucrecia at FCSS by the following deadline:

Oct. 14, 2016 by 4:30 pm. Mailing Date for November/December edition: October 28, 2016. We welcome your Views and

Input! Call Lucrecia at: 780-980-7115

The views expressed in the pages of “Panorama” do not necessarily reflect the views of the editor or City Hall. The contents of

this publication cannot be reprinted without prior expressed permission.

NOMINATE A Good Neighbour Today! Neighbourhoods thrive when people who live in them care about one another, their homes and their community. Residents in connected neighbourhoods have a greater quality of life. Nominations close October 3, 2016 Fill out a nomination form online at: Leduc Good Neighbour Program or in person at FCSS (Civic Centre).

Leduc Farmer’s Market Thursdays 10:00 am to 1:30 pm (to Oct 6th)

Saturday - 10:00 am to 1:30 pm (starts July 2nd and runs to Oct 1st). Parking Lot LRC

Leduc Recreation Centre Drop in Fitness Programs

The Panorama will no longer be publishing schedules for the following Programs: Senior’s AquaFit, Pickleball or

Badminton at the Leduc Recreation Centre. The Field House Schedule can change due to special events , or often

the schedules for the upcoming season are not available at the time of the publication of The Panorama.

For the latest schedule for programs that you may be interested in either call the Leduc Recreation Centre at: 780-

980-7120 or obtain the latest copy of the City Guide at: City Guide or to access the latest edition of the Field House

schedule at: LRC Field House Sport Schedule

City of Leduc Cultural Days September 30th to October 2nd

There are many events happening in and around Leduc during these 3 days. For a complete list of Cultural Days happenings in Leduc visit: City of Leduc Culture Days

Downtown Business Association Main Street

CHILI COOK OFF Time: 11:00 - 3:00 Where: Main Street

Leduc Public Library

Wills and Estates

A lawyer volunteering through the

Edmonton Community Legal Centre will walk you through

making a valid will; the responsibilities of an executor; powers

of attorney; personal directives; and much more. There will be

time for questions and answers.

When: October 5, 2016

Time: 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Register for this program at: Leduc Public Library or call

780-986-2637 for more information.

October NOTICES

Flu Clinic When: Thursday October 13th Where: Telford House Time: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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September 2016 Events

TH Telford House

AP Alexandra Park

CC Civic Centre

PL Peace Lutheran Church

LRC Leduc Recreation Centre

RCL Royal Canadian Legion

UC St. David’s United

Church

1

9:00 Coffee & Lunch (TH)

1:00 LDSC General Mtg. 7:00 Crib (TH)

2

10:00 Exercises (TH)

1:00 Fun Bridge (TH)

1:00 Euchre (TH)

1:00 Guitar (TH)

5

Labour

Day

7:00 Guitar (TH)

6

9:00 Dup. Bridge (TH)

10:00 Sight Seekers (TH)

1:00 Crib (TH)

1:30 Choir (TH)

7:00 Music Jam (TH)

7:00 Stroke Recovery (TH)

7

10:00 Qigong (TH)

1:00 Guitar (TH)

8

9:00 Coffee & Lunch (TH)

1:00 Fun Bridge (TH)

7:00 Crib (TH)

9

10:00 Exercises (TH)

1:00 Euchre (TH)

1:00 Guitar (TH)

12

9:00 Stained Glass (TH)

10:00 Exercises (TH)

7:00 Guitar (TH)

13

9:00 Dup. Bridge (TH)

1:00 Crib (TH)

1:30 Choir (TH)

14

10:00 Qigong (TH)

1:00 LDSC AGM Mtg. 1:00 Floor Curling (TH)

1:00 Guitar (TH)

7:00 Karaoke (TH)

15

9:00 Coffee & Lunch (TH)

1:00 Fun Bridge (TH)

7:00 Crib (TH)

16

10:00 Exercises (TH)

1:00 Euchre (TH)

1:00 Guitar (TH)

19

9:00 Stained Glass (TH)

10:00 Exercises (TH)

7:00 Guitar (TH)

20

9:00 Dup. Bridge (TH)

1:00 Crib (TH)

1:30 Choir (TH)

7:00 Music Jam (TH)

21

10:00 Qigong (TH)

1:00 Guitar (TH)

22

9:00 Coffee & Lunch (TH)

1:00 Fun Bridge (TH)

7:00 Crib (TH)

23

10:00 Exercises (TH)

1:00 Euchre (TH)

1:00 Guitar (TH)

26

9:00 Stained Glass (TH)

10:00 Exercises (TH)

6:30 Square Dancing (TH)

7:00 Guitar (TH)

27

9:00 Dup. Bridge (TH)

1:00 Crib (TH)

1:30 Choir (TH)

28

10:00 Qigong (TH)

1:00 Guitar (TH)

29

9:00 Coffee & Lunch (TH)

1:00 Fun Bridge (TH)

7:00 Crib (TH)

30

10:00 Exercises (TH)

1:00 Euchre (TH)

1:00 Guitar (TH)

1:30 Choir (TH)

“Always forgive your enemies - nothing annoys them so much.” --- Oscar Wilde (1854 - 1900)

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October 2016 EVENTS

3

9:00 Stained Glass (TH)

10:00 Exercises (TH)

6:30 Square Dancing (TH)

7:00 Guitar (TH)

4

9:00 Dup. Bridge (TH)

10:00 Sight Seekers (TH)

1:00 Crib (TH)

7:00 Music Jam (TH)

7:00 Stroke Recovery(TH)

5

9:00 Oil Painting (TH)

10:00 Qigong (TH)

12:30 Watercolors (TH) 2:00 Guitar (TH)

6

9:00 Coffee & Lunch (TH)

11:30 Thanksgiving Lunch

7:00 Crib (TH)

7

10:00 Exercises (TH)

1:00 Fun Bridge (TH)

1:00 Euchre (TH)

1:00 Guitar (TH)

10

Thanksgiving

Day 7:00 Guitar (TH)

11

9:00 Dup. Bridge (TH)

1:00 Crib (TH)

12

9:00 Oil Painting (TH)

10:00 Qigong (TH)

12:30 Watercolors (TH) 1:00 Floor Curling (TH)

2:00 Guitar (TH)

13

9:00 Coffee & Lunch (TH)

1:00 Fun Bridge (TH)

1:00 Sturling (TH)

1:00-5:00 Flu Clinic (TH)

7:00 Crib (TH)

14

10:00 Exercises (TH)

1:00 Euchre (TH)

1:00 Guitar (TH)

17

9:00 Stained Glass (TH)

10:00 Exercises (TH)

1:00 Floor Curling (TH)

6:30 Square Dancing (TH)

7:00 Guitar (TH)

18

9:00 Dup. Bridge (TH)

1:00 Crib (TH)

7:00 Music Jam (TH)

19

9:00 Oil Painting (TH)

10:00 Qigong (TH)

12:30 Watercolors (TH) 1:00 Floor Curling (TH)

2:00 Guitar (TH)

7:00 Karaoke (TH)

20

9:00 Coffee & Lunch (TH)

1:00 Fun Bridge (TH)

1:00 Sturling (TH)

1:30 Table Tennis (TH)

7:00 Crib (TH)

21

10:00 Exercises (TH)

1:00 Euchre (TH)

1:00 Guitar (TH)

24

9:00 Stained Glass (TH)

10:00 Exercises (TH)

1:00 Floor Curling (TH)

6:30 Square Dancing (TH)

7:00 Guitar (TH)

25

9:00 Dup. Bridge (TH)

1:00 Crib (TH)

26

9:00 Oil Painting (TH)

10:00 Qigong (TH)

12:30 Watercolors (TH) 1:00 Floor Curling (TH)

2:00 Guitar (TH)

27

9:00 Coffee & Lunch (TH)

1:00 Fun Bridge (TH)

1:00 Sturling (TH)

1:30 Table Tennis (TH)

7:00 Crib (TH)

28

10:00 Exercises (TH)

1:00 Euchre (TH)

1:00 Guitar (TH)

31

9:00 Stained Glass (TH)

10:00 Exercises (TH)

1:00 Floor Curling (TH)

6:30 Square Dancing (TH)

7:00 Guitar (TH)

TH Telford House

AP Alexandra Park

CC Civic Centre

PL Peace Lutheran Church

LRC Leduc Recreation Centre

RCL Royal Canadian Legion

UC St. David’s United

Church

FIRE PREVENTION WEEK (October 9th to 15th 2016) - “Don’t Wait – Check the Date! Replace Smoke Alarms Every 10 years “

"You are the storyteller of your own life, and you can create your own legend,

or not—-Isabel Allende