Six Bench Holiday Campaign

Posted on December 3, 2014

Help furnish the Town Square!

Give the gift of contemplation this season by helping to fund six park benches for the new Sorauren Town Square.

Four benches are already funded… only two more to go, or about $3,800!

Big thanks to families and staff of Howard Public School for funding the first two benches. Another two have been funded thanks to the proceeds from the 2014 Sorauren Pumpkin Sale and other Town Square Phase 2 donors.

All donations receive a tax receipt. You can donate online or by cheque. All donations of $100 or more are recognized on the park donor wall.

Also, for $1,900, the price of one park bench, you can get the name of your loved one or organization on the plaque affixed permanently to the bench. Contact us for details.

Sorauren Park fundraising campaigns are managed by the non-profit Wabash Building Society in collaboration with the City of Toronto and the charitable Toronto Parks and Trees Foundation. Thanks to your support, more than $700,000 has been raised and leveraged to add the Sorauren Fieldhouse and the new Town Square (phase 1) to the park since 2006.

Thursday, Dec. 4, 7 p.m.
Regular meeting of the Wabash Building Society in support of Sorauren Park. Help us plan the 20th anniversary of Sorauren Park in 2015! All invited.


11 Division Home Security Seminar

Posted on December 3, 2014

11 Division

Home Security Seminar

Thursday, December 4th, 2014

Where: St. Pius X Church, 2305 Bloor Street West, Toronto

Time: 7:00PM-9:00PM (Church Basement)

Crime Prevention Officers from 11 Division will be presenting valuable information on Home Security. We will show you what you can do (both high and low tech) to ensure that you minimize your risk of becoming a victim of a break & enter.

    Topics Include:

  • Securing your home for daily living
  • Securing your home before you travel
  • Using common sense to create a secure home
  • Tips on securing your home, Do’s & Don’t
  • How to prevent becoming a victim of a Break & Enter
  • CPTED ( Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design)
  • Alarm systems,  motion sensor lights & various security solutions & demonstrations

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December 2014