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Sightings of Coyotes were reported in Crocus Park, on Brabant Cres and on Nemeiben Road.
Are You Interested in a Community Garden in Lakeridge?
Community gardens provide a great opportunity for neighbourhood residents to grow nutritious food, enjoy physical activity andget to know others and build community.
A small group of people have expressed interest in having a community garden in Crocus Park, and have submitted a preliminary application to the City of Saskatoon for consideration. We are seeking potential gardeners and committee members to support this initiative. If you are interested or would like to share comments, please contact Heather Drozd at 306-270-1799, our Danielle Polishak at 306-371-9039
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2018 UPDATE :
Lakeridge Community Association and St Luke Playground Project WINS the $10,000 from the Go Out and Play Challenge! Thank YOU for your support!
Thanks to all that participated and logged in your minutes for the 10 day challenge. 100% will go towards the St LUKE Playground Project to replace the community playground beside ST LUKE School. http://stlukeplaygroundproject.ca
WE LOOK FORWARD TO NEXT YEAR'S CHALLENGE!
Lakeridge Community Association has already donated $10,000 to support the Lakeridge Playground Project and are pleased to continue our support.
To learn more about this Project and how you can contribute or to view updated photos on the playground project, visit www.lakeridgeplay.ca