7.08 Increases income for non profits / business & tax revenue for government

Adaptive Recreation works within the Department of Parks and Recreation to provide recreational programs for the population of Fairbanks and North Pole who have a disability.  
Our programs change with the seasons, from biking and hiking in the summer to snow shoeing and x-c skiing in the winter with almost everything else in between.

The Sheridan Senior Center introduces a new Summer Senior Outdoor Activity Program for 2014. The first new summer activity is a walking-jogging-cycling program with some organized group rides or walks to kick off the program. The group activities will leave the start points at 9 a.m. on the following dates.

June 4 - Meet at the Senior Center for Organizational Meeting Walk/Jog/Cycle Whitney Commons.

June 11 - Meet at the Kendrick Park Band Shell Walk/Jog/Cycle Kendrick Park.

The Sheridan Senior Center introduces a new Summer Senior Outdoor Activity Program for 2014. Part of this program is free bikes for use. You can check out a bike and a helmet for the day just by signing your name.

Sheridan Senior Center has added this new program to their recreation and fitness activities. Biking for Seniors!

Goofing Around provides a before and after school program. Our program goes into action at the beginning of the school year and offers:
• Pick up & drop off services
• Nutritional meals

Eastern Ontario's first Stand Up Paddle business now in it's 4th year serving Canada's Capital Region.

   Stand Up Paddling (SUP) is the fastest growing water sport because it's fun and easy to learn.  It's a sport for all ages and abilities from touring around on flatwater to running whitewater or catching a wave SUP has caught on.   You can find SUP on lakes, rivers, oceans and even in pools around the world from floating yoga to SUP racing there is SUPthing for everyone!   

The Clare Recreation Department offers a monthly calendar of physical activities for youth, such as swimming and skating. Activities take place on Mondays from 3:15 - 4:15 p.m. A leader is hired one day per week in each elementary school to offer physical activity programming for students in grades 4 to 6 from 2:15 to 5:00 p.m.

Explore your wild side and your creative side - with nature-based mysteries this spring. The City of Campbell River's Recreation & Culture Department is offering Nature Detectives for kids six to nine years old that will include games, crafts and outdoor activities based on a different mystery adventure each week.

Form a community, school or workplace team and together ‘walk the distance’ of the Mackenzie River from Fort Providence to Tuktoyaktuk. Registration start December 9, 2013 and ends January 17, 2014

Teams have from January 6 to March 3, 2014 to collectively walk a total of 1,658 km.

Students at Cornwall Collegiate and Vocational School (CCVS) got into the Olympic spirit February 13 as the school hosted a qualifier for the Ontario Special Olympics Four Corners Provincial Championships in bocce ball.The event was hosted by CCVS to give special needs students at the school the chance to enjoy an athletic tradition they had experienced at the former Kinsmen Vincent Massey School.The tournament also fit in with the board’s philosophy of inclusive educational

The after school program is a free program for school-aged children. Its objective is producing active and healthy kids in both mind and body. The program includes a variety of physical activities and sports, cooking classes, a daily healthy snack, guest speakers, some reading and homework help, along with self-esteem building activities. The goal of the program is to meet the social, physical and nutritional needs of the students.