Reminder!! There is no practise Tonight, Thursday, May 9th.
Practise for everyone on Saturday at 10:00 am.
"Believe it, Achieve it"
Subject: May is Spike Month at Foot Tools!
2013 James Street
Burlington ON L7R 1H1
From Athletics Ontario:
London Runner Distance Club will be hosting the AO 10,000m Track Championships this Sunday May 5 at the TD-Waterhouse Stadium at Western University in London, ON. This will be the 8th year that London Runner will be hosting the AO/OTFA 10,000m Championships and this is the largest field during that time, and may prove to be the strongest.
All three 2012 AO 10,000m Champions return: Sami Jibril, Leslie Sexton, and Dominique Alagnon. Jibril recently won the Harry’s Spring Run-Off 8k in Toronto, while Sexton had a strong showing (34:18) at the Vancouver Sun Run 10k.
Additionally, there are 3 Quebec athletes from the Montreal Olympic Club, who came down to compete in the Team Challenge that required a minimum 3 athletes with 1 of each gender; others contenders in the Team Challenge are Athletics Toronto (the favourites!) and London Runner, who will field both an A and B team.
For more information on the event, please visit: http://athleticsontario.ca/ao-10000m-track-championships-rclds-1/
With Spring here to stay (any bets?), we’re introducing a 3rd Party system for capturing Complaints, Problems, Information Requests and Suggestions. It runs on any computing device with a browser, including smartphones.
You’ll find a “Report It Now” image on the left column of each page on this website, just below the main menus. Click on it to open a new browser tab and follow the simple prompts.
(Mandatory) Choose one from a series of “Categories”, then select the service “Type” that most closely fits what you want to report. These Categories and Types are chosen to suit the NOC “family”. See the last paragraph below for a longer list.
(Mandatory) Use the Google maps feature to pinpoint the right location. If you are using a smartphone with GPS, it’ll take your current location if that’s appropriate.
(Optional) Take/Upload appropriate photo images that will help Service Provider Staff to address your request more quickly and effectively.
Add descriptive information as required. If you’d like a phone call back, then leave your name and phone number here.
Submit your Service Request and you’ll be asked for your email address, so that the Service Provider can send you a link to keep you up to date with the Service Request status, as it’s dealt with. Don’t worry, your email is not disclosed to the Service Provider, so that you can stay anonymous while staying in touch.
PLEASE, PLEASE DON’T “play” with the system by submitting bogus Service Requests, as it is “live”. Service Providers include the City of St. Catharines, the Niagara Region, and other lower tier Niagara Municipalities, Utilities, Humane Societies, etc. The last thing they need is to receive bogus requests which waste time, money, and impact taxes.
Note: If you don’t see the Categories or service Types that you need, you can access a much more comprehensive list by closing the “Create Service Request” overlay window without submitting the Service Request, then click on the main page (Public Service Request), and you’ll get a “Public” page with many more options.
I was made aware that one of our athletes came home with ticks after practice. I have left a message with Environmental Health at Niagara Region.
We strongly recommend that kids do not sit in the grass. Yuk!!
If you find a tick on the body, remove with tweezers. Keep the tick in a small container and take it to the Niagara Region Health Department, where it will be identified and tested if necessary.
Wash the bite site with soap and water.
"Believe it, Achieve it"