What is the Residents' Association?
The purpose of the Parkridge Centre Residents' Association is to provide an opportunity for on-going communication and dialogue among residents, clients, family members and Parkridge Centre Administration with the goal of achieving our collective vision to live "each day to the fullest along life's journey." The Residents' Association is comprised of both residents and family members.
What is the Residents' Association involved in?
In addition to providing a forum for information exchange, suggestions and feedback, the residents' association plays a vital role in the social life of Parkridge Centre. This is achieved throughout the year through sponsorship of Pub Nights and other special events, the sale of 50/50 tickets, as well as financial contributions to the neighborhood Christmas celebrations.
Who can participate?
All residents and their family members are encouraged to participate in the Residents' Association by playing an active role in the executive council, attending meetings and getting involved in Residents' Association sponsored events. The executive positions include the President, Vice President, Treasurer and Neighborhood Representatives; all of which are elected annually at the Annual General Meeting in March.
When are the meetings held?
Residents' Association meetings are held on a monthly basis throughout the year on the fourth Thursday of every month from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the South Atrium. A lunch is provided for residents and families member participants attending the meetings.