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Crystal Beach/Lakeview Outdoor Curling Bonspiel

Saturday, January 25, 2020

A community outdoor curling bonspiel is being planned for the residents of Crystal Beach/Lakeview in Lakeview Park, located at 62 Horner Drive, on Saturday, January 25, 2020 (Sat. Feb. 1 in the event of inclement weather). Inclement weather will be called if the daytime weather forecast calls for either above zero temperatures, more than 5 cm of snowfall or a wind chill factor of -20C.

It’s a unique opportunity to raise funds for a good cause and to enjoy one of Canada’s most popular sporting activities outdoors with friends and neighbours.

The cost will be $10/person and all funds raised will be donated to the Lakeview School Council. Spaces will be allocated on a first come basis. You can register individually, or as a foursome. Those who register individually will be placed on a team. Each game will last 4 ends (45 minutes) and every team will play a minimum of 2 games. No team will ever have to wait more than 1 hour between games. Hot dogs and soft drinks will be available.

Important Note: Due to the nature of this event taking place on a glossy ice surface, participants are strongly advised to wear helmets (ski/snowboard, hockey or bicycle).

For further information and to register, please contact Betty or Al Arseneault at or by telephone at 613-851-1294.

Please note: Although funds raised will go to Lakeview School Council, this is NOT a School Council- or Lakeview-sponsored event.

New Hot Lunches Coordinator still needed

Our current Hot Lunches Coordinator is looking for a new volunteer to help out for the rest of the school year. This is a great opportunity for a parent who wants to help out outside of school hours. The Hot Lunches Program raises significant funds for Lakeview programs.

Can you spend a few hours each month helping with the following tasks?

  • Communicate and plan schedules with the popcorn coordinator and the pizza coordinator
  • Prepare handouts for parents at the start of each lunch term (templates provided)
  • Use the Hot Lunches website to setup schedules for each lunch term
  • Answer parent emails
  • Enter cash and cheque payments received
  • Provide statements to School Council’s Treasurer

If so, please email to express your interest – we would love to have your help!

Parent lead still needed for Ottawa 67s fundraiser

Lakeview has a fundraising opportunity with the Ottawa 67’s!

Our own choir (PercuChant) would sing during intermission in the concourse at the February 2, 2020, hockey game of the Ottawa 67s vs. the Soo Greyhounds. The School Council would sell tickets at a reduced cost to this game, and a portion of ticket sales goes directly to our school!

The Fundraising Coordinators have done a great job doing the initial planning, but the School Council is looking for a parent volunteer to take the lead for this event. No experience is required. You will have the support of our School Council, Fundraising Committee and of course the school!

If you are interested in helping out with his event or have more questions, please contact your Council’s Fundraising Leads, Sandra Pedersen and Leah Edmonds at

Book Fair Thank You

Thank YouThe School Council would like to thank all of the volunteers that helped make last week’s book fair a huge success. Also, thank you to all the parents and students who supported the book fair.

The event raised approximately $1800 in Scholastic Funds that will be used to purchase new reading material for our students.

Lakeview school apparel ordering NOW OPEN

Online ordering is now open at

Show your school spirit by sporting some snazzy new Lakeview Public School Apparel! There are a variety of styles and sizes to choose from, and a portion of the money from each item sold will be donated to the school.

Online ordering is open until November 29th, and the clothing will be delivered mid-December before the holiday break.

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