Are you interested in learning more about the new YMCA childcare centres scheduled to open in summer 2016?
Please join us at one of our scheduled open houses for families who have either already registered for one of the new centres or who are wanting more information about YMCA childcare programs. All open houses will be held at the Shawnessy YMCA Child Development Centre (333 Shawville Boulevard SE).
New Centres – both centres are located in the Quarry Park Community (SE Calgary)
Remington YMCA Child Development Centre – located in the Remington YMCA
Quarry Park Child Development Centre – stand alone centre
A casual event, the open house will provide families with the opportunity to tour a YMCA Child Development Centre, meet staff and learn more about the new centres. It will also showcase our play-based curriculum which supports all children to learn and develop.
Children are welcome to attend although activities for children younger than 19 months will be limited due to the nature of the Shawnessy YMCA Child Development Centre.
Register soon as space is limited. Contact Shannon Boisvert, Administrator, to register
T 403-531-1662 E email@example.com
Location: Shawnessy YMCA Child Development Centre, 333 Shawville Boulevard SE
Thursday, February 25 6:30 – 8:00pm
Wednesday, March 2 6:30 – 8:00pm
Saturday, March 12 9:30 – 11:00am
All open houses will be held at the:
Shawnessy YMCA Child Development Centre
333 Shawville Boulevard SE
For more information visit our website or call us at 403-351-6689
Calgary AB – A $2 million investment to support wellness by Remington Development Corporation means the new City of Calgary-built recreation facility currently under construction in Quarry Park is getting a new name. It will be called the Remington YMCA*. The Remington YMCA is one of three new City-owned, YMCA-operated facilities currently in development. It will provide opportunities for recreation, leisure and learning through aquatics, fitness, and sports facilities, as well as multi-purpose spaces, licensed childcare, and a full-service Calgary Public Library branch.
“Remington Development Corporation’s vision has always been to have a live/work/play community and this new facility is rounding out this vision.” said Cody Clayton, President, Remington Development Corporation.
“A huge thank you to Remington for this remarkable investment in our community,” said Mayor Naheed Nenshi. “It is about building community ties, and that is what the Y does every day.”
“We can look at Quarry Park and see the changing face of the southeast,” said Shane Keating, City Councillor for Ward 12.
“Remington’s vision and commitment to this part of town and this community is amazing,” said Helene Weir, President and CEO, YMCA Calgary. “We’re grateful for this generous gift and are thrilled to be partners in this to make a difference in the lives of Calgarians.”
Slated to open in 2016, the 100,000 square foot facility will provide health and wellness resources for families in Quarry Park and the surrounding southeast Calgary communities.
About Remington Development Corporation
Since their first project in 1994, Remington Development Corporation has emerged as a true industry leader in all aspects of commercial and residential development. They have earned a reputation for professionalism, integrity and thoroughness. Visit www.remingtoncorp.com/ for more information.
For More Information:
Kelly Smith | Chief Operating Officer, YMCA Calgary
Office: (403) 781-1671 | Mobile: (403) 816-5100 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Gillian Lawrence | General Manager – Land Development, Remington Development Corporation
Office: (403) 255-7003 | email@example.com
*Note: subject to a lease/operating agreement being signed between the YMCA and The City
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