On November 24th there was a meeting at the Bearspaw Lions Hall to discuss the upcoming widening of the 12 Mile Coulee road. Work is currently scheduled to begin in the spring of 2017 with the intent to finish before winter 2017. The final product will be an undivided four-lane road with retaining walls in appropriate places, sidewalks, a gravel walking path, and street lighting as appropriate. We are excited about this development and believe that it will make this road safer while improving access to Tuscany. You can see the draft designs and other details here, additional information is provided on the website of Eric Lowther, Councillor for Bearspaw and Rockyview here.
Looking to do something new with your family this fall? Tuscany Community Association is hosting a free Community Play Day on Sunday, November 6th from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at Tuscany School (990 Tuscany Dr. NW). Grab your family and come on out for a fun morning featuring an indoor mobile adventure playground, face painting, day camp games, and live entertainment! There’s something for everyone! Developed in partnership with The City of Calgary, Tuscany’s Community Play Day is a new family event that was made possible through the This is My Neighbourhood program.
Tuscany Community Coalition presents Morelia Roberti de Langille Managing Family Finances in Tough Times learn how money works buyers be aware RESP-RRSP budgeting tools for saving to retirement This is a Free Event with Light Refreshments and all are welcome. “To inspire and engage the community of Tuscany to create and sustain a safe and healthy neighbourhood for all residents” DATE AND TIME: Wed, 26 October 2016, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM MDT LOCATION: St Basil Elementary Jr High School Please sign up here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/managing-family-finances-in-tough-times-tickets-28617910942
You’re invited to the official groundbreaking ceremony for the new Tuscany Fire Station #42, scheduled to open in late 2017. August 15, 2016 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. Tuscany Way N.W. Bring the kids and join the Calgary Fire Department in celebrating the groundbreaking for the Tuscany Fire Station #42 that is scheduled to open late 2017. This fire station will be an integral part of the Tuscany community by proving meeting space for community groups and an innovative outdoor gym for the enjoyment of the community’s residents. This is a child-friendly event with the fire department mascot Sparky, ice cream and an art activity. This project is made possible through the financial investment of The City of Calgary and the Alberta Government through the Municipal Sustainability Initiative and the Community Revitalization Levy.
A number of garden gnomes and lawn ornaments from lawns across Tuscany went missing last week, but have appeared safe and sound at Robert Thirsk High School. It appears the unfortunate gnomes were part of a high school prank. The Tuscany Community Association received this heartfelt apology from Kyra Bogensberger, A. Principal at the school: Please accept my apologies on behalf of the staff and students at RTHS. I have included pictures from different angles. Gnomes can be picked up at our school or you can call us at 403-817-3400 and we can arrange their return. We are saddened that the actions of a few of our students have affected your community. Thank you. If you have a wayward gnome that you would like to reclaim, please contact Robert Thirsk High School directly at 403-817-3400 to arrange their return.
Even at the tender age of 7 Sloane understood the importance of organ and blood donation and how this selfless act can help save the lives of others. For the month of June, please consider donating blood in honour of Sloane’s passion for life, formidable spirit, and ability to create hope in all the lives she touched. Click Here for more information
*** UPDATED *** The hearts and minds of everyone in Tuscany go out the family affected by the recent tragedy. All residents of Tuscany are encouraged to leave their porch lights on tonight to show their love and support for this family and to help guide the little girl home. Family members, friends, and neighbours, have pulled together to help the affected family in as many ways as possible. This family has 4 other children ranging in age from baby to teenager, and the father is self employed, so there is an immediate need for financial support. If you are interested in helping you can: Contribute to a GoFundMe campaign: https://www.gofundme.com/prayers4tuscany UPDATED: Tomorrow, Tuesday May 31st is “Teal Tuesday” Her favourite colour is teal and we are asking people to wear a teal (or blue) ribbon, shirt, or scarf, on Tuesday May 31st to show your support for her. (Shared via Facebook Tuscany Awareness Page) […]
Tuscany Community Coalition Presents: Navigating Change: How to keep things together when it feels like they’re falling apart Join Dr. Alan Donsky MD to learn about stress, managing crises, and being comfortable feeling uncomfortable Click here to register for free The TCA will be collection donations for the victims of the Ft. McMurray disaster during the event. All monies donated will go to the Red Cross. Click here to register for free
The 2016 Annual General Meeting for the TCA will take place on May 18th, 7pm at the Tuscany Club – All members are welcome to attend This notice constitutes the required twenty-one (21) days’ notice of the intent to amend the Bylaws of the Association at the Tuscany Community Association Annual General Meeting, scheduled for May 18, 2016. The Board of Directors is recommending a change to the Fiscal Year, establishing limits that better reflect the seasonality of the Association’s activities. Version 3.4 of the Bylaws of the Association (pdf) reflects the following changes: The Fiscal Year of the Association is changed to the Calendar Year: Article 2.1.11 “The Fiscal Year of the Association is April 1st through March 31st.” is amended to read “The Fiscal Year of the Association is January 1st through December 31st.” Article 8.2.1 “The Fiscal Year of the Society ends on March 31 of each year.” is amended […]