City holding session on community centre

Red Deer residents are invited to Get the Scoop on what a northside regional community centre could look, feel and function like during a session on Wednesday.

Red Deer residents are invited to Get the Scoop on what a northside regional community centre could look, feel and function like during a session on Wednesday.

The information session will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 to 8 p.m. at G.H. Dawe Community Centre at 56 Holt St.

Stop in, learn about the project, and have a free ice cream, too.

The City of Red Deer is holding the session.

“We want residents to come out and talk to us about the types of uses and program spaces they want to see,” said Pauline Mousseau, city neighbourhood community development co-ordinator. “Over the past few years, we’ve had several conversations with key stakeholders and now we want to build on that conversation and ensure we’re moving in the right direction.”

Red Deerians will have an opportunity to see what some of the potential spaces might look like, and give their input into the types of uses and programs they would like to see to receive a free ice cream.

This is the second event in which citizens have been able to comment on the proposed facility.

An online survey is on hand at www.reddeer.ca until Sept. 14.

For more information about the project, visit www.reddeer.ca/duenorth or contact Pauline Mousseau at 403-309-8413.

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