Sandycove Newsletter is
normally available on this web site on or about the 25th of
each month. April 2020 is late
posting but thanks to Parkbridge for getting the
issue out by using an outside source. The Monthly Newsletters
are also throughout the park located in the general area
of the Canada Post mail boxes or the Bus shelters and at
For the APRIL Newsletter
newsletters are available, please click here for more
PLEASE NOTE: ALL FACILITIES ARE NOW CLOSED AND
EVENTS/ACTIVITIES IN SANDYCOVE ACRES HAVE BEEN CANCELLED
AND/OR SHUT DOWN UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Following is
some helpful advice as passed on by your Home Owners
following information is provided to help
residents plan their shopping needs.
ZEHR's at Yonge St & Big Bay Point Rd
offer on-line ordering with either pick-up
SOBEY's in Alcona are taking phone
orders and will deliver as well. Call
local PHARMACIES provide on-line or
phone prescription refills. Some may offer delivery services - please
call to confirm.
grocery stores and pharmacies are open at
special times for seniors and other
vulnerable people. Check with the
stores before you go.
- HELP EACH OTHER WHEN POSSIBLE
A special note for ALL Residents from Parkbrdige
during the COVID-19 period - CLICK HERE
& NEED HELP?
Home Owners’ Association is pleased to
announce that Innisfil Rotary is offering
help with grocery or medication shopping and
even dog walking for our residents.
arrange this contact Anne Kell by e-mail at
email@example.com or by phone at
ALL EVENTS for MARCH & APRIL CANCELLED
Please note that if you
have purchased tickets for events that are now
cancelled, hold on to them until the halls
reopen or the Clubs/Groups you purchased them
from get back to you.
HUB Dance tickets from
Saturday March 14th should be held for
HUB Dance with the
Dreamboats has been rescheduled for a later
date. Residents successful in
ordering tickets for the April show will
keep their position for the next show.
Ladies Social Luncheon
tickets should be held for the next
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
SUNDAY JUNE 14TH -2.00 PM @ THE WHEEL
Nominations for Director – 2020/21
As our Annual Meeting approaches, the
Association, as always, invites members who wish
to serve our community to put forward their
names for election to the Association’s Board of
Directors. So that full information
concerning the meeting, including Nominee’s
names, may be mailed to members as required by
our Constitution & By-laws, nominations will
close at 5.00 p.m. on April 24th.
There are vacancies on the Board this year. If
you wish to put your name forward or would like
more information, please contact our Nominating
Chair, Barrie Johnson at (705) 999-1636. He will provide information as to the duties and
responsibilities of Directors and you will be
asked to agree to these and to confirm your wish
for your name to be put forward.
The meeting information notice will be mailed to
all current members as of April 30th. S hould
you, for any reason, not receive the notice or
join the Association subsequent to this date,
copies will be available from any Director as
listed in the newsletter and it will also be
available on this site.
Discover the SEMINAR
presented by the Home Owners Association for Sandycove residents
who are members.
newsletters for current seminar information.
These are information sessions
specifically focusing on the interests of Seniors and retired folks.
When scheduled they are normally held the 3rd Monday of the month at the SPOKE and
are well attended.
CLICK HERE for
more information on these informative sessions and/or
- plan to attend this annual event Saturday May 2nd at
- will be held with the HOME FAIR on Saturday May 2nd at
ITS THAT TIME OF THE
yes, the Wheel, HUB & Spoke Social
Clubs are having their Annual General Meetings
and elections Sunday April
19th, at the WHEEL and the
Home Owners Association will be
having their Annual General Meeting and
Elections Sunday June 14th, also at the
WHEEL. Some of the clubs
looking for some new volunteers to help out.
For more details and how to put your name
forward please refer to the
(and even that
is put together and distributed by volunteers).
Be part of
the lifestyle we enjoy and contribute some of
your time to your community.
Get involved in the Social Clubs and help create
and present the fun events and finally if
you want to contribute to the bigger picture
consider working with the Home Owners. These groups and many others all help to create
the lifestyle that brought us here in the first
for all residents
DID YOU KNOW.....virtually every activity in
Sandycove Acres is run by volunteers?.
How important are they???? Lots
of time and effort by exceptional folks who want to have
everyone enjoy their favourite activity.
Well the time is fast approaching where clubs, groups
and other activities are looking for folks to help out
in the next year. What can you
offer?? Call someone to find out how
you can help. This community has
tremendous opportunities - can you help??
Check out this web site to see those activities - sign
up and participate. For
more info please e-mail us at
The Social Clubs of SANDYCOVE ACRES
These groups and many others all help to create the
lifestyle that makes Sandycove what it is today.
Sandycove Acres is a great place to be in large part due to
the 3 very active volunteer
Check out these groups by clicking here or on the respective halls shown by clicking
COMMUNITY PHONE DIRECTORY -
Sandycove Acres Community Directory is available. If you are a resident
please go to the web site designated in the newsletter. NOT ON
CLICK here and just complete the form and follow the instructions.
for further information about this Community Directory
web site please contact
“HOABulletin” is dedicated solely to
current and sensitive Association matters. In line with our
commitment to openness and transparency, it is available to all residents
whether or not they are members. To receive the bulletin simply send an e-mail
HOABulletin@outlook.com with the subject line
COMMUNITY STANDARDS - an updated definition from
Parkbridge July 25, 2019 -
CLICK HERE to read
parkbridge notes of
A special note for ALL Residents from Parkbrdige during
the COVID-19 period - CLICK HERE
are held regularly
at the Wheel and hosted by Parkbridge. These are intended to keep
residents up to date on everything happening from Parkbridge.
Please click here to see
Next Coffee Chat is will be June 4th, 2020 at 9:30am
at the Wheel
COMMUNITY LIFE Parkbridge Community Life
Newsletter - available the last week each month - click
here to view the current and previous issues.
- click here for an overview of INNIS VILLAGE at Concession 25 just
south of Lockhart Rd.
INNISFIL COMMUNITY NOTICES
in Simcoe County, A WALK-IN CLINIC
is now available at the RIZZARDO HEALTH CENTRE located
at Innisfil Beach Road and Highway 11. Click
here to see the complete list of Clinics in Simcoe
clinic is now the Rizzardo Centre.
is here to help
is a three-digit phone number that provides information about and
referral to community and social services in Ontario. Information
and Referral Specialists are caring, understanding and
knowledgeable, and pride themselves
on their ability to connect you
with the services you need. This service is also available at
PUBLIC LIBRARY at the Innisfil Beach Road site offers
FREE courses on many topics including WORD, EXCEL, FACEBOOK, E-MAIL, Intros to
COMPUTERS and INTERNET, etc. CLICK
on the LOGO and check out the
of events at the NEW Town library.