Distribution report

September 2017


CCRA Centennial News Distribution – For Sept 2017


By Wanda Wierzbicki

This is the first issue of the CCRA Centennial News after the summer break.  I hope everyone had a very happy and safe summer holiday.  As I write this I am hoping we can still enjoy a few more hot summer days !
At this time I want to say a big “Welcome Back” to all those who distribute and deliver the CCRA Centennial News to our wonderful community.   We are very lucky to have so many people who are willing to volunteer their time.

If for any reason you are unable to continue to deliver the CCRA Centennial News send me an email so that I begin looking for a new carrier. 

Any student that needs the volunteer hour form signed please get in touch with me.  Students receive 1 volunteer hour for every month that they deliver the CCRA Centennial News.   A student that starts delivering in grade 9 and continues to the end of grade 12 will receive the 40 volunteer hours that are required to graduate.


A CCRA Centennial News Carrier is needed on Lawson between Meadowvale and the bridge over the 401 extension.   This route includes delivering to 30 houses as well as the Stacey Centre and the Legion.  If you are interested, please get in touch with me.   Delivering the CCRA Centennial News is an easy way to get some exercise, meet your neighbours or get volunteer hours!

At this time I would like to thank Aliah Strowger for her help in delivering the CCRA Centennial News. Thanks Aliah !
phone: (416) 282-2951.

See street map below.

CCRA Centennial News distribution map