Posted by Editor on 01/10/06
Ontario Health Promotion Roundtable
The Ministry of Health Promotion will be holding a series of roundtable meetings across Ontario in late January, early February to discuss health promotion and the new Ministry's role in promoting health and wellness throughout Ontario.
The Ministry is planning visits to the following areas:
Sault Ste. Marie
The Ministry would like to engage local stakeholders in the preliminary strategic thinking of the Ministry of Health Promotion and learn about local opportunities, gaps, challenges and success stories.
As the Ministry is currently compiling their invitation lists, please submit the names of your recommended attendee(s) along with the following contact information by 1 :00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 11, 2006 to the OCA - firstname.lastname@example.org
Name of PSO/MSO:
Address (including postal code):
Charity Spinning Classes at Epic Cycling
Epic Cycling and the OCA's Jamie Beblow will be hosting an evening of Spinning Classes to benefit the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto on Friday January 20, 2006 beginning at 6:30pm with the last class starting at 8:30pm.
Jamie Beblow will be racing in the Temple to Temple 7 day 750km race in Belize from January 29-February 4, 2006 in support of the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto.
The purpose of him doing the race is to raise $10 for every kilometre he travels totalling $7,500, which will be donated to the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto after the conclusion of the race.
In an effort to raise this money a night of spinning classes will be held at Epic Cycling in Toronto.
Location: 1767 Queen St. East (West of Woodbine on the south side)
When: Friday January 20, 2006
Class #1 - 6:30pm
Class #2 - 7:00pm
Class #3 - 7:30pm
Class #4 - 8:00pm
Cost: The cost of the event is free with a minimum donation of $30, which will be donated to the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto.
Registration Deadline: January 18, 2006
Also 15% from all purchases of apparel, accessories and gear during the evening go directly to support the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto.
Light refreshments and door prizes will be available throughout the evening.
Special thanks to Epic Cycling for the facility and services for the evening.
To register for a class contact:
For more information on spinning or Epic Cycling visit www.epiccycling.com
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Toronto visit www.bbbst.com
Thank you to all supporters of the race and the evening.
Norco Performance Bikes
Integrated Sports Systems (ISS) Inc.
Harris Media Group
CRCS General Contractors
The Ontario Cycling Association
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