In May we celebrated the talent and commitment of our many volunteers with a CCRA 70th anniversary volunteer appreciation event. Thank you to all our amazing volunteers some of whom have spend decades contributing to our community. Photo by Trevor Crawford, Droneography
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The $15 annual membership allows your community association to host great events like Winterfest, produce a community newspaper, sponsor a community mural and importantly, advocate for issues affecting our neighbourhood with developers, the City of Toronto, and other groups that would affect us all.
Longtime volunteer carrier Susan Lamb delivers the CCRA newspaper along Centennial Road
CCRA brings information on what’s happening in and around Centennial to residents throughout the year with the free CCRA Centennial News and e-blast updates, as well as Facebook and Twitter posts.
Advocacy and community development
CCRA is on the front lines of social, cultural, environmental and community issues. During the Johns Manville plant closure, CCRA mobilized residents and local resources to help eliminate the hazard of concentrated residual asbestos fibres near the Port Union Waterfront.
Social gatherings close to home
Friends and neighbours get together every year at CCRA’s Spring Social for a buffet dinner and dance, cash bar, raffle and door prizes. Our 2017 headliner was up-and-coming country music artist Vanessa Marie Carter.
In 2016, residents watched as the west wall of Centennial Plaza was transformed with the beautiful Passage to Port Union mural. This massive painting portraying important aspects of the area’s history was introduced to our community at a public celebration and ceremony at the plaza.