WELCOME TO THE 1ST SARSFIELD GREAT FAMILY CHALLENGE
We hope you will enjoy this with your family. The intent is to publish one challenge every two days, starting on Easter Monday and running till the last day of the Spring break. Registration will occur during Easter weekend.
RESPECT THE RULES
We are asking you in the course of this week to respect health regulations. Teams should be composed only of members from the same family unit, living under the same roof. If two teams meet at the same challenge location, we are asking you to respect social distancing.
Teams that have completed all the challenges will be eligible to a draw All the teams that have registered will also be eligible to a draw.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
2 ways to participate, either by Facebook on the Sarsfield Community association page or by email. Defisarsfieldchallenge@gmail.com
By participating in the Challenge, the teams allow their pictures to be posted to the Facebook Sarsfield Community association page and the sarsfield.org web page.
HOW TO REGISTER.
You only need to complete the first challenge before End of Day Easter Sunday to register.
Amazing!!! A record year! We raised $3,641 and a record amount of goods (77 bags and 33 boxes) which will be remitted to the Orleans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre! Thank you a thousand times to everyone Your generosity is very touching.
December 6, 2020 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
At St-Hugues Church (3464 Sarsfield Road) and the Sarsfield Community Centre (3585 Sarsfield Road)
New drive-through format
This year, the Sarsfield Community Association invites you to take part in a new type of food drive. Bring non-perishable food items or a cash donation to the St-Hugues Church or the Sarsfield Community Centre. Santa Claus will thank you with delicious treats and holiday music.
No contact! Please stay in your car. Volunteers will pick up donations from your car trunk and leave the treats in there.
Members of your community are counting on your generosity during these difficult times. All donations collected will remitted to the Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre and redistributed throughout the region.
Most needed items:
Canned fruits or vegetables
Canned juice (tomato and apple)
Canned meat (ham, salmon, turkey and chicken) Flour/sugar/rice
Assortment of pasta
Snacks for school (granola bars/juice boxes/ fruit cups)
Tampons and sanitary towels Laundry soap
Layers #5 and #6
Pull-UPS (L and XL)/Goodnites
Donations in cash or cheque:
A receipt will be issued for all donations of $20 or more.