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Strong demand for arenas: Council to open six venues starting mid-August

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At the July 28 Council meeting, Ron Taylor, CAO, provided a presentation to council summarizing the City’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including a review of service levels and finances to date.

Taylor noted the municipality has been operating under a State of Emergency (SoE) for four months and recently lifted the SoE on July 24. This decision was in line with the lapse of the Province’s SoE.

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Grand opening of Seniors Play Park in Fenelon Falls

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Grand opening of Seniors Play Park in Fenelon Falls
Mike Perry, ED of Kawartha Lakes Family Health Care Team, with MPP Laurie Scott.

Local MPP Laurie Scott recently met with representatives from the municipality of Kawartha Lakes and Joan Young, an Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) volunteer, in Fenelon Falls to celebrate the opening of the Seniors Play Park at the Lloyd Kelly Parkette.

Scott and Young congratulated the City of Kawartha Lakes Family Health Team on the work done with thanks to a $121,600 OTF Capital grant, along with other local donations, to create one of the first Seniors Play Parks in Canada. The free park is an accessible recreation space that promotes exercise and an active lifestyle for older residents.

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The coolest job in town

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The coolest job in town
Tyler England at the controls of an Olympia ice-resurfacing machine. Photo: Jamie Morris.

Summertime, and the livin’ for many of us is sweaty and uncomfortable. Then there are the lucky few who spend their days in refrigerated bliss. The list includes workers in the Kawartha Dairy ice cream production area, the Beer Store employees who restock shelves, butchers who are in and out of freezers.  

Most enviable, though, might be Tyler England, whose job includes maintaining the Lindsay Recreation Complex’s twin pad ice surface. For almost two years now he’s been one of nine who operate ice-resurfacing machines, sitting at the controls, systematically crisscrossing ice surfaces at the city’s nine arenas, leaving behind a slick of fresh ice. 

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New pilot program in Fenelon encourages people to become Active Again

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Would you like to try a new sport or activity but just don’t know where to start? Or do you need a program that helps with special needs you may have? There is a now a new low-cost program that can help you be Active Again.

The new pilot program being run in Fenelon Falls will enable City of Kawartha Lakes residents to try various recreational activities in a comfortable environment with other participants who may require an ‘adaptive’ or modified approach to participating.

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