SECA T-shirts – this year’s fashion choice…!
SECA t-shirt - the designer choice of local celebrities
Of course, we’re talking about the tank top version….the stylish way to expose yourself in this hot weather.
Our next order will go in on Aug 10. If there’s something you want, and it’s not on the list below, call Sandra at Sandra’s Head-to-Toe Salon (753-1394) to order. All shirts cost $20.
size LARGE: pink, white, black in stock
Size 2XL - Black in stock
Size XL: Black, lime green, blue in stock
Size Med: Yellow, blue, red in stock
Youth: 1 med yellow, 1 large blue in stock
Note: if you want to place the logo on your own shirt or sweater, that can be done. Just ask Sandra (contact info above.)
NEXT SECA Meeting
Wednesday August 5 @ 7 PM
Princess Royal Centre
Irwin at Farquhar
Mark off these dates on your calendar so you don’t miss any meetings!
- Wed Sept 2
- Wed Oct 7
- Wed Nov 4
- Wed Dec 2 (AGM)
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SECA T Shirts Selling Like Hotcakes!
There are only a FEW of our colourful Tshirts left!
- 1 Med Yellow
- 1 Blue Large
- 1 each Large in Lime, Red, Blue
- 3 XL in Lime, 1 XL in Black
All $20 each
If you want a Tee shirt please call Sandra Zuccolini at 753-1394.
What a surprise it was to receive a whimsical card from the “Bendover backwards” Yoga Peace Practice along with a $120 donation. The card read: “Dear Southenders: Blessings to you for your celebration and strengthening of health and vitality in Nanaimo’s South End.” We have to admit that we didn’t celebrate peacefully at all, we whooped it up in the meeting! We REALLY appreciate your thoughtfulness! Thank you so VERY much.
“Identity Theft Prevention” Workshops
Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about reducing your risk and vulnerability through awareness, planning, and positive action.
Tuesday, March 3, 2009 (5:30 pm to 7:30 pm)
Downtown – location TBA
Cost? FREE ! But seating is limited. Reserve your seats by calling Sharon Welch at the Community Policing Station (250-753-3777).
Still Looking for a place to call home sweet home: a solid responsible professional – 30ish- wants to live in the South End. Looking for a decent 1 bedroom suite, up to $650/month. This is the kind of tenant that good landlords are looking for and the kind of young man you’d like your daughter to bring home (bright, responsible, no visible body piercings.) Willing to wait for the right place; needs to give notice to existing landlord. E-mail SECA at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll link you up.
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If you ordered one of those colourful artsy SECA T-shirts, it’s in. And there are an extra 15 available, assorted colours (red, green. yellow. blue, black) and sizes (med to XL). Cost $20 each. To order, call Sandra at Sandra’s Head to Toe Salon 753.1394. She will be at the September meeting and can bring yours to the meeting if you wish.
Thanks to Gord Nixon from the city and his team for initiating the clean-up of lots on Haliburton Street. And to McDonald’s for fencing the lot next to their building.
We’ve been notified that the proposed multi-family project at 1150 Milton Street (old Robins’ Gardens site) is moving forward and the Development Permit application went to the Design Advisory Panel on Thursday, July 24 for review. The plan is for 6 buildings with 10 units each. The developer plans to keep as many trees as possible, focusing on the more mature ones.
WHAT’S COMING UP
You’ve heard people talking a lot about the Official Community Plan for the city of Nanaimo. We’ve been invited to create a Neighbourhood Plan for the South End, with a probable start date of early next year. With light industrial, retail, multi-unit and residential zoning in our area, it’s critical that we are able to plan for growth that works for the community. If you’d like to get more info about this project, please call Douglas Hardie at 754.0677.
There’s a civic election coming up in November, and given everything that we’ve been going through in the South End over the past few years, it would make sense to get out and VOTE and to VOTE for candidates who will help us gain more of the positives and reduce more of the negatives that are particular to this area. More coming on that in next month’s newsletter.
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