Basketball Convener Required

The new South Winnipeg Community Centre, consisting of the Waverley Heights and Richmond King community centres, require a Basketball Convener for the upcoming 2015 Spring/Summer season.

Without a convener, there will be no basketball in the Spring, or until there is one in place.

Please contact Waverley Heights’ General Manager Arthur Pearson at 204-269-7000 or email to: gm@waverleyheights.mb.ca

Adult Winter Fitness Programs at Richmond

The various Winter Fitness programs (listed below) at Richmond commence the week of January 5, 2015!!

Pilates
Pilates Beginners & Advanced begin Monday, January 5 @t 6:15 p.m. & 7:15 p.m. respectively.

Instructor: Claudia Chernitsky

Barre & Beyond
Barre & Beyond takes place on Tuesdays @ 6:20 p.m. and Wednesdays @ 7:30 p.m.

Class size is limited to 12 participants. The Tuesday program has 3 openings and the Wednesday class is FULL. Should there be a demand for an additional class, it would take place on Tuesday evenings at 7:30 p.m. however a minimum number of 8 participants is required.

Instructor: Claudia Chernitsky

Zumba
Zumba takes place on Wednesdays @ 6:45 p.m.

Class size limited to 20.

Instructor: Roxie Rubenstein

Registration fee for the three programs is $110.00 per program for new participants and $80.00 for participants who registered for the Fall program.

Senior Fitness Programs

Let’s Move Let’s Dance (Formerly Zumba Gold)
Let’s Move Let’s Dance takes place Monday mornings @ 10:00 a.m. and Wednesday mornings @ 9:10 a.m.

Class size is limited to 20 participants.

Instructors: Mondays – Silvina Holzman
Wednesdays – Claudia Chernitsky

Senior Fitness
Senior Fitness program takes place on Tuesdays @ 11:15 a.m. @ Thursdays at 10:45 a.m.

Instructor: Silvina Holzman

Registration Fee is $60.00 per program. If a participant takes part in more than one program cost will be $47.00 per additional program.

To register contact our Recreation Director, Murray Harding at (204) 269-1908 or by email at rkcc@mymts.net
Please also see the 2014 Newsletter for details that relate to each program.

Amalgamation News

After more than a year of discussions and meetings the South Winnipeg Community Centre Board of Directors has been established and will oversee and provide direction to the Richmond Kings and Waverley Heights Community Centres.

On Monday, November 17th the Board of Directors of both the Waverley Heights Community Centre and Richmond Kings Community Centre were officially dissolved and the new South Winnipeg Community Centre interim Board of Directors appointed at a meeting with officials from General Council of Winnipeg Community Centres.
The goal of the amalgamation is to provide the opportunity to maximize our current resources for the benefit of our collective communities. The new South Winnipeg Community Centre Board will: improve functionality of our Centres; reduce duplication of effort, resources and volunteers; reduce operating costs; and allow us to expand our current program structure.

In addition we expect to: develop new program activities; improve the delivery of the services that are provided; and improve existing, and develop new, partnerships within the community.
We have a strong, community-minded, dedicated, volunteer Board of Directors and a solid staff that are committed to meeting the needs of our growing community.

Over the coming months we will be developing a new website and newsletter to share information and engage with residents. In addition we will be looking for people interested in increasing their involvement and providing feedback on the needs of the community.
This is an exciting time for the South Winnipeg Community Centre and with your support we can be one of the most prominent Centres in Winnipeg.

Chuck Davidson
President – South Winnipeg Community Centre

For a list of current board members please see www.rkcc.ca/south-winnipeg-community-centres-amalgamation/

Outdoor Ryerson Rinks

Richmond Kings Community Centre’s Ryerson site will once again be opening at the beginning of January for a six week time period. Scheduled opening date is Monday, January 5, 2015 with the site closing down on Thursday, February 12, 2015. The hours of operation will be Monday to Thursday 5:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

As a result of the reduction in the number of individuals utilizing the Ryerson satellite facility, it has been determined that only the west outdoor rink will be maintained over the January 5th to February 12th time period. This policy will be reviewed at the conclusion of the 2015 winter season.

RKCC Executive

Openings availible

RKCC is still looking for volunteers to fill the following positions:
* Softball Convenor
* Basketball Convenor
* Special Events Coordinator
* Social Director
If interested please contact the club

Fall Fitness Programs

To register for any of the programs listed in the newsletter please contact Recreation Director, Murray Harding @ rkcc@mymts.net. Please note that for all programs, with the exception of Senior Fitness, Let’s Move, Let’s Dance (formerly Zumba Gold) , a participation fee of $30.00 is assessed. This is a onetime charge for 2014-15. Should you register for the Fall session of any program, you will not be assessed the Participation Fee for the Winter or Spring sessions.