Watercolours News

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UPDATE:   We are very happy and extremely proud to announce the success of our neighbourhood’s 5th annual Holiday Food Drive.   The hard work of many families and the incredible generosity of all residents living in Watercolours resulted in approximately 7,000 lbs of food and toiletries being donated to our local food bank, The Compass.  On behalf of our Lorne Park Watercolours Residents’ Association and on behalf of The Compass Board, staff, volunteers and clients, Thank You for your extremely generous donations.   This food will feeding the most vulnerable people in our community this holiday season.  

A special thanks to those families who volunteered so much of their time in making this happen:  The Amos, Anderson, Arnone, Bain, Banducci, Brady, Cappuccitti, Chen, Chu, Cipriano, Cuzzetto, DaCosta, Danesi, DeFrancesco, De Marco, Donato, Edmonds, Ferren, Fiore, Giacomodonato, Gill, Haider, Hardwick, Hickman, Leone, Linardic, Lishman, Melidoniotis, Nykamp, Ragozzino, Sanchez, Stratakos, Swayze, Velianou families. Thank You! 

If you would like to learn more about The Compass or continue to support your community during these unprecedented times please visit thecompass.ca/donate

UPDATE (June 3, 2019):  Thanks to the generosity of volunteers and your donations, this food drive brought in approximately 1000 lbs of food and toiletries!   

UPDATE (December 17,2018): We are thrilled to announce that thanks to an army of 90 volunteers and your generosity, we collected 5400 lbs. of donations for The Compass Food Bank surpassing last year's record of 4000 lbs!! Thank you!

UPDATE:  Thanks to you generosity along with the amazing team of volunteers we collected  4500lbs. of food and gifts!   

We are pleased to announce that as a result of an overwhelming majority vote of 97.3% of the eligible votes, the Motion to Amend Membership Fee has passed.


As you may know, a motion to amend the membership fee was put forth at our Annual General Meeting on October 19, 2017, the details of which follow:

UPDATE:  Thank you to our incredible neighbours and volunteers for helping us collect 4000 lbs of food, toiletries and gifts.    Your generosity will go a long way to help families in need.   

We had a great turnout last night at our AGM.   The executive board would like to extend thanks to our special guests Councillor Karen Ras and Peel Regional Police Constable Taryn Hill (11 Division Community Liaison Officer) for presenting at the meeting.  

Membership renewal is due annualy by October 1.  For  $20 per household, per year you will continue to enjoy such benefits as remaining on our email newsletter list, having access to our member only bulletin board, be able to participate in events hosted by the association and vote.

Our Annual General Meeting is being held:

Thursday, October 19, 2017  • 7:30 pm  || St. Luke School Library