Please follow the link below to join us. As well, please be sure to check out the additional links provided to remember those who gave their lives, so that we may be free. Lest we forget.
In Flanders Fields, recited by Stony Mountain grade 8 students.
A message from James Bezan MP, Selkirk-Interlake-Eastman
Veterans affairs article recognizing the 75th anniversary of end of second world war
Remembrance Day Service(online)
In preparation for Remembrance Day the Stony Mountain Community Association would like to invite all community members to visit the display at the cenotaph (Memorial and Prince) anytime between November 1-11 to pay your respects to those who fought and died in the line of duty to keep us free. Then, on November 10, we ask that you watch our social media pages and for the community email, where we will invite you to watch with your families, on the 11th day, from the comfort and safety of your homes, a very special Remembrance Day service that was previously recorded by your fellow community members. Our annual service was prerecorded this year, so that we can still, as a community, remember our fallen, yet respect social distancing rules that are in effect. We hope you will watch.
First Annual Stony Mountain Community Association Scavenger Hunt
The Stony Mountain Community Association is pleased to invite you and your
family to participate in our first annual Scavenger Hunt!!!!
The Big Hunt starts right now and goes until September 13th. It takes place
along the same 2.5 km trail around the quarry being used as one of the
suggested routes for the upcoming Abas Auto Stony Mountain Run. info. on that event at our website:
Gather your family and/or friends and prepare for your adventure!!
You'll need to print out your map (see link or available at Pick and Pay)
and take a pen for recording your findings.
You may begin your hunting hike anywhere along the marked trail - a good
starting spot would be the trail map by Pike's Peak on Dufferin. At each
trail sign marked on the map, you are to find one letter, spray painted
somewhere within 75 ft of the trail sign (usually closer).
Mark down the letter and continue until you have 7 letters in total. Give
yourself lots of time to complete the hunt- maybe even come back if you are
missing a letter or two!
Unscramble the 7 letters to make a word. Then write your word on the entry
form, include your name and Email address or other contact info, indicate if
you would like to be on our community Email list and then Email back to this
address or you can tear off and drop in box at Pick and Pay.
Don’t forget to watch out for poison ivy – we didn’t put the clues in poison
ivy but there is some in places along the trail.
And have fun - we had a great time setting it up and know you will have fun
too! And send us selfies of you doing the scavenger hunt! We will make a collage of photos.
Deadline is Sunday, September 13 but get your entries in early as we will be
doing draws throughout the two weeks.
Great prizes for everyone!!! Ready set go!!!!
Stony Mountain Community Association
Mail: Box 449, Stony Mountain MB, R0C 3A0
STONY MOUNTAIN HILLTOP MANOR
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