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CONTENTS Taken from the footbridge to Prince’s Island The perfect staycation 7 VILLAGE DAYS this summer 8 9 PLANNING REPORT FACEBOOK PAGE REACHES 400 C A LG A RY W I N T E R C L U B 10 SNOW REMOVAL: ARE YOU JUDGING YOUR NEIGHBOUR TOO QUICKLY? SUMMER TRIAL 12 OFF THE SHELF Spend time as a family this summer with our three month trial. It’s a great opportunity to try the private club experience before you invest. 13 PHOTO QUIZ 16 DIY IDEAS TO IMPROVE OUR COMMUNITY CO ST: $600 primary member, $300 spouse and $200 for each child. This fee includes all of your drop in use of the club from June 1st – August 31st, 2019. There are additional fees for summer programs, camps, classes. 7 9 TO B O O K : Limited number of trial memberships available. To book yours, contact firstname.lastname@example.org *Each family may only participate once. 13 13 For more details on our facility: www.calgarywinterclub.com 7 Avenue NE photo by Nippy Candy-Cane C R E S C E N T H E I G H T S I F E B R U A R Y 2019 3
The Crescent View FEBRUARY CHCA Activities and Events YEARS Community Newsletter Magazine Delivered monthly to 5,400 households and Planning meetings open to the public. Check out Planning on our website for more information. businesses (10,800 readers) since 2016. SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 2 Magazine Editors Save the date for the Crescent Moon Festival – Friday, March 15 Ground Hog Day COMMUNITY Vanessa Gillard 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Alexa Takayama Seniors Fitness CHCA Planning Taoist Tai Chi Zumba The Nick at General Submissions: email@example.com 10:30- 11:30am Meeting 7-9pm 7:30pm 7:30pm NEWSLETTER Design, Media, & Graphics Team Rosemarie Bartschak 7:00pm John Reischman & the Jaybirds with opener Jeremy MAGAZINE Joanne Bergen Marina Litvak 10 11 12 13 14 15 Gignoux Trio 16 READERSHIP Freddy Meynard Seniors Fitness CHCA Board Play Group Valentine’s Day Carolina Tatar Meeting 10:30-11:30 am 10 am -12 noon 7:30 pm – Board Zumba STATS Advertising Sales Team Taoist Tai Chi 7:30pm Room Sam Brown 7-9pm Susan Lavoie Calgary Aquarium Club Kay Petryk 7pm Management Team Main Hall Joanne Bergen 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 • 95% believe newsletter magazines are a credible source Kay Petryk Family Day CHCA Planning Taoist Tai Chi Zumba The Nick at Mike Russell Holiday Meeting 7-9pm 7:30pm 7:30pm of community news. 7:00pm Dave Gunning & No Seniors Fitness Find us on Social Media JP Cormier with • 90% read their newsletter magazines and value staying Class Today opener Travis Instagram @greatnewsmedia aware of community news. Facebook @mycalgary Matthews Twitter @my_calgary 24 25 26 27 28 • 90% believe newsletter magazines strengthen their Seniors Fitness Taoist Tai Chi Zumba connection to the community. To Advertise 10:30-11:30am 7-9pm 7:30pm Call: 403-720-0762 • The dominant source for community news awareness Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Calgary Iyengar Yoga has moved. Please contact them for details: 403-457-4070 | remains newsletter magazines. General Inquiries: email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org | www.calgaryiyengaryoga.com Website: www.greatnewsmedia.ca • There is implicit trust between businesses that advertise We are a BBB Accredited Business Play Group meets on 2nd and 4th Wednesday mornings. Get Nickelodeon info at in community newsletters and residents. http://www.thenick.ca About Great News Media • There is an average of 2 readers per household. Every Business has a story that deserves to be heard. Great News For more information and updates about events & activities please visit our website: Media is a full-service marketing & advertising agency committed to • 68% of newsletter magazine readers are female. building customer brand awareness that translates into meaningful http://crescentheightsyyc.ca sales. Accelerated growth of your business depends upon an effec- • Millennial, Gen X, and Baby Boomer readership is evenly WANTED: Communications Director tive and strategic way of communicating your story to your target distributed. customers. Contact us and find out how we can deliver effective marketing solutions for your business. • 65% of respondents are married or common law. by Jennifer Black, CHCA Board of Directors Disclaimer The opinions expressed within any published article, report or submission reflect • 70% of respondents own their homes. Have a knack for tweeting, posts, and articles? The CHCA is seeking a Communications those of the author and should not be considered to reflect those of Great News Media and the Crescent Heights Community and/or Residents’ Association. The Director to help us put together our digital newsletter, get content out on social • 85% of households surveyed have 2 or more residents. information contained in this newsletter is believed to be accurate but is not war- media, and source/write articles in our monthly hardcopy newsletter. If you’ve got ranted to be so. talent as a communicator, we hope you’ll consider joining our Board of Directors Call 403-720-0762 to advertise Great News Media and the Crescent Heights Community and/or Residents’ Association as our new Communications Director. Email us at email@example.com to www.greatnewsmedia.ca do not endorse any person or persons advertising in this newsletter. Publication of any express your interest. advertisements should not be considered an endorsement of any goods or services. 4 FEBRUARY 2019 I Call 403-720-0762 for advertising opportunities C R E S C E N T H E I G H T S I F E B R U A R Y 2019 5
The Crescent View is published twelve times per year. CHCA Board of Directors Newsletter Deadline: We are always looking for people to join our core 6:00 PM the 5 of each month for the following month. th group of volunteers. It’s a great way to learn/exercise For example: leadership skills and a great way to build and connect To be published in the June issue, the deadline is May 5. your community. If you’re interested, then go to our Volunteer page and send us a message. Please email your articles or event listings, as an attachment in MS Word form, to the Editor at: The Board meets at 7:30 pm on the second Tuesday firstname.lastname@example.org of the month and all CHCA members are welcome. If Digital photos that are community related are always you are planning to attend, please send an email to welcome as an attachment to the email and be sure to email@example.com at least 24 hours send a caption and/or the names of people who are in before the meeting. the photo. The requirements are 250 KB for a smaller President Kirstin Blair picture and 1-3 MB for a larger (full-page) picture. Secretary Chandra Thomas Editor: Treasurer Isabelle Jankovic Elizabeth Stady Facilities Director John McDermid email: firstname.lastname@example.org Planning Director Dennis Marr Advertising Inquiries: Parks Director Simonetta Acteson Great News Publishing email: email@example.com Traffic Director Jason Heisler www.great-news.ca/RateSheets/GNP_RateSheet.pdf Engagement Director Jennifer Black-Mitchell Vision, Mission, Values Director At Large Communications Director James Lam Vacant Vision KEY VOLUNTEER POSITIONS We are a vibrant flagship inner city community with en- Membership Coordinator Jacquie Pohorelic gaged and invested residents that values a sustainable Volunteer Coordinator VACANT future. Newsletter Coordinator Elizabeth Stady Mission Community Garden Coordinator Catherina Dowdell Crescent Heights Community Association works with Casino Coordinator Judy McIvor residents, members and stakeholders to develop and Rink Manager Tim Edwards enhance community CHCA PAID POSITIONS • Enjoyment Hall Manager Shannon Bowen-Kelsick • Safety Engagement Coordinator Kevin Jesuino • Connection • Belonging Maintenance Wendell Kupila Values • We value integrity and transparency in our communi- cation with all stakeholders. • We will support a sustainable future by encouraging our residents to protect our urban forest, green spac- es and environment. • We will embrace the diversity of our residents by being inclusive and compassionate as we work to bridge the gaps in our community. • We value the contributions our volunteers make to build a strong sense of community. 6 FEBRUARY 2019 I Call 403-720-0762 for advertising opportunities C R E S C E N T H E I G H T S I F E B R U A R Y 2019 7
PLANNING REPORT The Benefits of a by Dennis Marr, CHCA Board of Directors CRESCENT HEIGHTS Between December 6, 2018 and January 5, 2019, the Plan- ning Committee did not receive any development permits Community Garden COMMUNITY (DP) or land use amendments (LOC) to review. Our Crescent Heights Community Garden & Food For- est Planning Committee is determined to bring our PLAYGROUP What & Why We Do: residents together through growing fresh food! Our The purpose of the Planning Committee is to comment to 2nd and 4th Wednesday community has a diverse population, and a community the City on DPs and LOCs. While all residents are free to reg- Until June 2019 garden will attract individuals, couples and families to- ister their opinion, in most cases the CHCA Planning Com- 10:00AM TO NOON gether in a centrally-located public space. mittee’s feedback is the only input that the City receives Facebook Page from the community. Thanks to the Calgary Horticultural Society, they’ve Community run parent and tot playgroup at the Crescent Heights community hall for newborn Our comments incorporate feedback from community compiled listings of some of the benefits to and impor- babies and children up to 4 years old. residents received overtime plus the input of Committee tance of a community garden. Below, you’ll find some Reaches 400 members. We endeavor to articulate the majority opinion that are pertinent to our community! Informal gathering. Bring toys, blanket for the but understand that it is not possible to have one hundred Benefits: floor, and snacks! percent agreement on every issue. • Fresh, pesticide-free produce by Kevin Jesuino Crescent Heights Community Hall Often all parties invited to comment on a DP are in agree- • Creating a community hub that welcomes people of all 1101 – 2 Street NW ment but there can be differences. These can come from ages, ability or life experience We hit a small milestone this past month—our Face- CONTACT: RIE MACINTOSH the City, developers, or residents: • Adding beauty, inspiration and serenity to the neigh- book page reached 400 people! RIEHATU@GMAIL.COM The City: The City planners focus on all of Calgary. They are bourhood • Increasing community pride This is a very small number when you consider that our future-oriented and must balance the needs of inner-City • Meeting neighbours neighbourhood has approximately 5,600 residents liv- and suburbs. They must foster a working relationship with • Connecting children to nature ing in it. We also recognize that not all of these residents developers who provide much of the funds for large expan- • Contributing to a healthy ecosystem have access to a computer/smartphone or social media sionary projects. • Encouraging local biodiversity account. Therefore, this milestone merely encourages Developers: This group makes its living by building proj- • Improving neighbourhood safety and security us to let our residents know of other ways you can find ects. It wants to be appreciated but realizes it needs profit out about community events and activities, aside from to succeed and survive. Importance: • Having control over your own food sources and subsi- this very well circulated physical newsletter you receive Residents: Based on my thirteen years on the Committee, I dizing food costs in the mail every month. feel that most Crescent Heights residents hold similar opin- • Producing higher quality, healthier, less expensive food ions on the look and feel of our community on such issues Besides this newsletter, you can find information about • Contributing to food sustainability as urban forest, building height, parking, traffic congestion, upcoming events and activities happening in Crescent • Providing garden space for those without density, etc. However, some residents have a different per- Heights at these locations on the web: • Crosses cultures, generations and abilities spective that may come from having lived in another city • Greens and beautifies our community Crescent Heights Community Association or moved in from the suburbs, for example. As a generaliza- • Reconnections with our neighbours • Facebook, Twitter, Instagram all use our @CHCAYYC tion, I expect that the longer you have been a resident, the • Networking with other gardeners handle more you want this area to retain its look and feel. Ecological benefits (attracting pollinators, environmental • https://www.facebook.com/chcayyc/ The end result is that our feedback to the City does not controls without pesticides, composting, land and water • https://twitter.com/chcayyc always align with the goals and objectives of City plan- conservation) • https://www.instagram.com/chcayyc/ ners, developers and some of our residents. We accept that sometimes our comments will not be implemented. Please If you would like to find out more information about a Crescent Heights Facebook Group appreciate that we are trying our best to reflect the opinion plot in our Community Garden, please contact the Com- This is a group started by local residents for local residents: of the majority of the Crescent Heights residents. munity Garden & Food Forest Planning Lead, Catherine https://www.facebook.com/groups/definitelycrescentheights/ Dowdell, at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more Your Planning Committee meets on the first and third Tues- Each of these online spaces have up to 30 posts per information about Community Gardening in general, day of each month if warranted. To join the committee, month about stuff happening steps from your home please visit the Calgary Horticultural Society’s website please contact me at email@example.com. or and allows you to interact and meet with other neigh- at https://www.calhort.org/get-involved/community- just come to the Hall on meeting night. To view our agenda, gardens/ bours. We also encourage you to invite any of your check the Crescent Heights website. neighbours to these groups once you have joined. 8 FEBRUARY 2019 I Call 403-720-0762 for advertising opportunities C R E S C E N T H E I G H T S I F E B R U A R Y 2019 9
Snow Removal: Are You Judging Your Neighbour Too Quickly? by an anonymous resident of Crescent Heights A year ago, I was living in a house in our community. Last year they are unable to reach out to me for a reasonable personal re- we were hit with an inordinate amount of snowfall. It was re- quest such as cleaning my sidewalks. Of which I would say, “of lentless. I tried my best to get out ahead of it and shovel bit course!” and then provide them with some context as to why I by bit so that my sidewalks were clear for people walking by. couldn’t get to it sooner. Instead, what I got was a fine from the This occurred until a series of events happened in my personal city and someone in the neighbourhood thinking I’m the worst life—my brother was severely ill and I had to go to Edmon- neighbour ever. ton to take care of his kids. At that time, we didn’t know if he Shovelling your sidewalks as soon after the snow has fallen is was going to make it. I missed one of the snowfalls. The snow vital for people with mobility issues. It’s part of the expecta- eventually melted but quickly turned to ice. The next week I tions of living in a house, with sidewalks, and living in a com- received a fine from the city for not shovelling my walks. munity. But with that, I also want to encourage you to consider I want to say that my circumstances are special. But, in speak- that someone else’s circumstances are not yours. Building em- ing with other neighbours, I know that life sometimes happens pathy and sonder (the realization that each random individual and that keeps us from doing small tasks like shovelling snow. is living a life as vivid and complex as your own) is vital to a healthy community. This starts with knowing your neighbours I am also not saying that we should all abandon shovelling our and having an open healthy dialogue with them without our sidewalks in the winter and that those who chronically do not fear of having doors slammed in your face. shovel their sidewalks should be forgiven. How do you get to know your neighbours? Consider one of the However, what I am trying to propose is a bit of neighbourly following: empathy. Someone complained to the city and got me a fine 1. Find opportunities. Create opportunities for conversation at a time when I was dealing with some pretty heavy personal and be the first to say “Hi”. stuff. The time I lost from work also did not help. If that neigh- 2. Host an event at your place. Invite neighbours over to your bour had known my circumstances they may not have com- place and see how friendships can build. plained and would have come over to discuss the problem 3. Join a group. Find a local organization in the community with me in person. (such a the Crescent Heights Community Association) who But, having them come over to my place and chat with me care about the same things you do. respectfully, without judgment, means we need to fix a major 4. Explore the neighbourhood. Do something new in the problem with our neighbourly systems—we don’t even know community every week. our neighbours and even if we know them by face, we pass This winter, if your neighbours have not shoveled their side- Welcome to your neighbourhood Dental Clinic! judgment on them so quickly. walk please consider these steps: Caring for Bridgeland and area for over 10 years I am 37 years old. Thanks to my mother’s wonderful DNA, I can 1. Discuss the concern with the neighbour. This involves pass for a spritely 28-year old. Anyone that knows me person- having built a relationship with them prior to doing this. Dr. Sandon Wiedemann Consider your implicit biases that may be causing you to ally, knows that I am heavily involved and engaged, not only Opening early mornings assume things about them. in making Crescent Heights a more connected and safe place Evenings and Saturdays 2. If you are unable to resolve it directly, record the address to live, but also making Calgary a vibrant, energetic and com- Insurance plans accepted and call 311. This should be your last resort. passionate city. However, I’ve come to realize that often times, Emergencies accommodated promptly neighbours judge my youthful looks as irresponsible. “Those Ultimately, it’s empathy that wins here. Both for those people kids living in that run down house are no good!” This judge- that need your sidewalk cleared but also for neighbours you do not know yet. A year from now, I hope you know them better. 403-262-1581 | 939 General Avenue N.E. Calgary | www.bridgelanddentalcare.com ment keeps them from getting to know me deep enough that 10 FEBRUARY 2019 I Call 403-720-0762 for advertising opportunities C R E S C E N T H E I G H T S I F E B R U A R Y 2019 11
Off the Shelf Book review by Judith Umbach 1. QUIZ Feeding My 1. Mother Can you identify the location of these landmarks located some- where within our community? Take up the challenge to explore By Jann Arden the neighbourhood to appreciate what wonderful (and some- In Feeding My Mother, Jann Arden not only opens up times odd) things exist and where in our community. Answers can about her mother’s progressive dementia, she gives be found in a future edition of the newsletter. Thank you to Brian North Hill Communities us the recipes that delighted them during this difficult stage of family life. Hohm for the wonderful photographs. Good luck! Local Growth Planning As described in her other autobiographical books, Jann Arden’s family went through a lot of difficult times, and 2. 3. from the City of Calgary she touches briefly on these as she reminisces about her relationship with her parents. Now in her maturity, Phase one of engagement for the North Hill Communi- she became her parents’ main caregiver. She quietly ac- ties Local Growth Planning initiative wrapped up this knowledges her financial position that enables her par- November. This phase saw participation from over 5000 ents to stay in their own home, a hundred yards from individuals in-person and online. Jann’s home. For several years her parents could manage their own The City is currently working with members of the lives, allowing for a lot of misplaced items and forgot- North Hill Communities Working Group to review feed- ten instructions. They countered the slippery slopes back received and develop a vision and core principles of memory loss with laughs and infinite forgiveness. for the area. Although earlier in their marriage they had suffered through personal problems, they had learned by this The City will be returning to the community to share late period of life to take things one day at a time. the vision and to kick off phase two engagement in late February to early March 2019. Please stay tuned for After her father’s death, described with pain and love, Jann hired caregivers to safeguard her mother while DECEMBER 2018 1. more details on dates and activities. Visit calgary.ca/northhill to sign up for emails and stay she was away from home working and touring. Unfor- tunately, her mother could not become reconciled to Photo Locations having “homeless ladies” stay in her house. up-to-date on the project or join the discussion on so- 1. 8 Ave & 2 St NW cial media using #NorthHillYYC. This memoir recalls Jann’s initial efforts to be her mother’s memory coach—to remind her about for- 2. 6 Ave & Crescent Road NW gotten things and mis-remembered stories. Gradually 3. 9 Ave between Centre & 1 St NW she learned emotionally, as well as intellectually, that these memories were not mis-placed but entirely lost. 2. With enormous grace, and certain snappish failings, she found ways to enjoy her mother’s cheerful personality. They found the silliness in daily life and focused on the present and the possible. 3. Jann Arden’s recipes are those she relied on to easily satisfy both taste and nutrition. Many originate in her parents’ love of gardening, a practice that provided joy to her mother. Just reading the recipes creates images of colourful food on family plates. They are a gift of love to parents who needed her and who once fed her. (Joan Richards, Jann Arden’s mother, died in December 2018.) 12 FEBRUARY 2019 I Call 403-720-0762 for advertising opportunities C R E S C E N T H E I G H T S I F E B R U A R Y 2019 13
Your CHCA • Facilitates the community, river and pathway cleanups. • Ensures that proposed developments meet the needs Did you know we offer after of the community by providing input to the City of school hours? Membership Why be a member? Calgary on planning issues and development. • Hall rental discount for members for most weekdays (excluding Friday and Saturday nights) .645$-5.$$5 Mondays 10:30 - 11:30 am .05 0 $$#-$( Program continues through the summer . 6 35*$$-$#640 1+ " Crescent Heights Hall Mondays 10:30 am - 11:30am Free! • Maintains relationships and contacts with other .05 0 $$#-$( .645$-5.$$5 4 (1101 2nd Street NW) Members are the key to our community! communities, helping to pursue common concerns. . #'56$ ,5$% Free! " 6 35*$$-$#640 1+ 6 35$$-$#640 1 In order to provide all of the above services and areas of 4 With your support, the CHCA: All welcome. Membership required ,5$% #'56$ 65&-%.((&.(#&' 5 support, the CHCA needs your financial and volunteer 5 65! 6 35 • Brings our community together with sponsored 6 35$$-$#640 1 assistance. Please help support your community by 5 )5 566 Crescent Heights Hall 5 65&-%.((&.(#&' 5 programs such as the Stampede Breakfast and other 5 566 5$' 5 6 2565! 5 6 5 5 56435 6 35 purchasing a membership. 1101 2nd Street NW seasonal events. 0 5 63 5 )5 566 55 • Is the voice of the community. Serves as a spokesperson The cost is only $20 for a household/family, $10 for a 56 5 566 5$' 5 6 For more info call 403-774-7245 or 5 553 6 25 5 5 56435 0 6 5 and liaison to ensure that our community related single and $5 for seniors. The membership is valid for / 5email: 65 6 5 4 6 6 6 firstname.lastname@example.org 63 55 issues are heard and given proper attention by the City one year starting on the day of issue. 56 553 / 5 65 6 5 4 6 of Calgary. Teacher: 6 6 Marianne For all membership inquiries please visit the website 6 Marianne has 15 years experience she teaches senior’s • Is responsive to all community traffic concerns and at: http://crescentheightsyyc.ca/membership/. classes, aquacise and yoga. She loves to help people strives to correct and improve these concerns through Lets work together to make this a great community to improve their health by becoming more physically active. City Hall. live in! • Contributes financially to enhancement projects such Low impact fitness for all ages. You may choose to have your membership card emailed Get active in a fun, relaxed, community CalgaryFineDentistry.com as park and playground revitalization programs and maintenance of the ice rinks. to you so that you can print it, or save an electronic file environment. 1910-20th Ave NW, Suite 206 • 403-284-3061 • Preserves and maintains the community hall. to your electronic device(s). Alternatively, you can have • Meets regularly with the Ward 7 Councillor to address a hard copy of your membership card mailed to your home. COME CHECK US OUT! concerns. SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY! Crescent Heights Your Positive Voice BUY A MEMBERSHIP TODAY High School Bottle Drives Angela Please bring your bottles/cans every second KOKOTT CALGARY-MOUNTAIN VIEW Saturday during the school year (except January), to the NW corner of the school • TV and Radio Broadcaster between 10am-noon. Thank you very much! • Community Association Vice-President • Mountain View Resident for 30+ years Purchase membership online at www.crescentheightsyyc.ca/membership/ We Want Your Photos for the Front Cover /angelakokott4ab We would love to publish your commun- ity related photos on the front cover of this @angelakokott4ab newsletter. The requirements are 1-3 MB for a @akokott Please email my membership card full-page. www.angelakokott4ab.ca Please mail my membership card to my home Please send to: email@example.com. Authorized by Alberta Party - www.albertaparty.ca 14 FEBRUARY 2019 I Call 403-720-0762 for advertising opportunities C R E S C E N T H E I G H T S I F E B R U A R Y 2019 15
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