After the fire and during the renovations at the Manotick Arena, YOMA moved to Manotick United Church for a year. We are so grateful to the church for giving us a home during that time. On March 2 we returned to the newly renovated and expanded Arena. Our first Drop-In
On July 7, during National Take a Kid to the Course Week, YOMA and Richmond Youth Centre held our first Scott Moffatt Golf4Youth Classic presented this year by Caivan Communities. It was a hot, humid day at Canadian Golf and Country Club but the golfers, both youth and adult, had
On Friday, September 25 YOMA was able to offer a free CPR – AED training course to 20 YOMA youth. This was made possible thanks to funding secured by Nepean Rideau Osgoode Community Resource Centre for this purpose. The course filled up quickly and we even had a waiting list.
On Friday, June 30, MP Pierre Poilievre announced that half of the funds needed for the Arena expansion will come to Manotick through the “Canada 150th Infrastructure Grant”. The Arena expansion will include larger change rooms and more community space. Some of that space will be designated for a permanent
The Manotick Kiwanis Club recently made a generous donation of $1000 to YOMA. Kiwanis Club president Jeff Kashin presented the cheque to YOMA Board President, Janice Domaratzki. The local Kiwanis Club initiated a 50/50 draw and named YOMA as the recipient. The draw was made at Dickinson Days. The money
Congratulations to our Movie Night raffle winner, Ella Marks. She won a Cineplex gift card and a basket full of snack food.after entering in our raffle at the Dickinson Days booth. It was a fun day. Thank you to everyone who stopped by to enter the draw, buy popcorn and