Township Shellbrook
From The Desk Of The Rec Director

November 30, 2012

By Jenny Hosie

In Hockey this weekend we have Silvertips vs. Whitefish on Friday 30thNovember at 8:00pm. We also have the Elks vs. Bruno on Saturday 1st December starting at 7:30pm. Go along to the Rec Centre and show some support!

Walks in the Theater are every Monday and Friday morning at 9am giving everybody the opportunity to take a walk within a safe environment during the winter months. The cost is $1.00 per person. We also have Seniors Exercise at the seniors’ hall starting on November 15th at 9:30am, and continuing each Thursday. The cost is $1.00 per person.

Fitness with Leeta Harms next week will be the last sessions this year, as she will be taking a well-deserved break for the Christmas Period! I just want to say a big thank you to Leeta for all of the hard work she has put in this year! Classes will resume in January so keep an eye out here and on the events calendar of the Shellbrook webpage for dates. If you want to attend a class next week, they will take place Tuesday and Thursday 7:30 – 8:30pm in the Elementary School. You can purchase 12 passes for $50 or pay a drop in fee of $5.

Tammy Fulton instructs 2 Yoga classes in Shellbrook on Mondays; her first class starts at 5:15-6:30pm starting November 5th at the Seniors Hall. The second session starts at 6:30pm in the Elementary School. If you would like more details on these classes contact Tammy Fulton at 747-3030, 940-7580 or

Find information about programmes and events running at

Weekly Health Tip
During the Christmas period we tend to have a break in our exercise and physical activity regimes, and this time of year is probably the most important time to maintain physical activity levels! At you can find ways of exercising in the home with no equipment whatsoever! Here are some examples; Crunches are something you can easily do in the comfort of your own home and are probably the best exercise for building and strengthening the abdominal muscles. Unlike a sit-up you do not need to lift your head all the way up into the sit up position. Another example would be jumping jacks! A great cardio exercise not just for the kids! Find more examples of home work out techniques at

Jenny Hosie
Shellbrook Recreation Director

office – 747-4949
cell – 747-9098
email –

November 23, 2012

By Jenny Hosie

The Junior Women’s Northern Play downs 2012 are taking place this weekend. The event runs from November 23rd – 25th and spectators can attend for free so go along and show some support. Times are still to be confirmed so watch out for those in the events calendar at  Alternatively for more information you can contact Nathan Dzialo on 747-5611 or The Curling Club on 747-3464.

Reminder: The Elks have a game Saturday 24th November at 7:30pm. Go along to the rink and show some support!

Keep warm during these cold evenings and join Fitness with Leeta Harms every Tuesday and Thursday 7:30 – 8:30pm in the Elementary School.  You can purchase 12 passes for $50 or pay a drop in fee of $5. Volleyball for adults will continue every Sunday in the High School Gymnasium. The cost is $2 per person and sessions will run until November 25th. It’s not too late!!

Walks in the Theater are every Monday and Friday morning at 9am giving everybody the opportunity to take a walk within a safe environment during the winter months. The cost is $1.00 per person.We also have Seniors Exercise at the seniors’ hallstarting on November 15th   at 9:30am, and continuing eachThursday. The cost is $1.00 per person.

Tammy Fulton instructs 2 Yoga classes in Shellbrook on Mondays; her first class starts at 5:15-6:30pm starting November 5th at the Seniors Hall. The second session starts at 6:30pm in the Elementary School. If you would like more details on these classes contact Tammy Fulton at 747-3030, 940-7580 or

Find information about programmes and events running at

Weekly Health Tip
This one is for all you guys! As most of you may know November is the month we celebrate ‘Movember’. This means that guys all around the world are growing their moustaches to perfection to raise funds and awareness for men’s health, in particular prostate cancer and male mental health initiatives. We only have about a week left of November but you can still contribute by donating by visiting

Jenny Hosie          
Shellbrook Recreation Director
Office – 747-4949
Cell – 747-9098
Email –

October 31, 2012

By Jenny Hosie

Hi everyone! My name is Jenny Hosie and I will be your new Recreation Director. As most of you know Cassie has left for maternity leave this Friday, so a big good luck and congratulations to her and the family in advance of their new arrival!

To begin I will give you a brief background about me. I am originally from England and moved here to Shellbrook in August. I am very happy and excited to be your Recreation Director and a part of your beautiful community. Please feel free to contact me and introduce yourself!

Tammy Fulton instructs 2 Yoga classes in Shellbrook on Mondays; her first class starts at 5:15-6:30pm starting November 5that the Seniors Hall. The second starts at 6:30pm in the Elementary School. If you would like more details on these classes contact Tammy Fulton at 747-3030, 940-7580 or

Just a reminder that Fitness with Leeta Harms is every Tuesday and Thursday 7:30 – 8:30pm in the Elementary School. You can purchase 12 passes for $50 or pay a drop in fee of $5.

Coming up we have an SHA Skills of Gold Skills Development Camps and Coach Speciality Clinics. The Skills Development Camp runs November 10& 11 and costs $125 per child. You can register at The Coach Speciality Clinic runs November 9th 6-9pm and is free of charge. This is open to all Coaches, Assistants and Parents. For more information contact or 370-2323

Another reminder for you that Volleyball for adults will continue every Sunday in the High School Gymnasium. The cost is $2 per person and sessions will run until November 25th.

Find information about programmes and events running at

Finally, keeping in Cassie’s tradition of a weekly health tip…here it goes. I have found an interesting article on about immunity boosting food throughout the colder months. With Halloween approaching, pumpkins are full of Vitamin A and zinc which can help boost your immune system. You can find great recipes on this website. So now you have something with those innards when carving your Jack-o’-lantern.

Jenny Hosie
Shellbrook Recreation Director

office – 747-4949
cell – 747-9098
email –

June 01, 2012

Pool Announcement: The pool will be open June 4th! The liner has been successfully installed and the chemicals have been added. The liner looks great and I believe we are ready to start our summer season. If you still need to register for lessons, or would like to book the pool for any special events, please get a hold of Kayla or Mathew at the Shellbrook Swimming Pool. The Shellbrook Silver Fins Swim Team officially has a full team! They will start practicing Monday, June 4th from 7-8PM. Come stop by and support our new speed swimming team.

The Before and After School Program will be having registration June 18th from 6-7:30PM at the Elementary School. Registration will be on a first come, first serve basis. There will be no pre-registering, in order to register; you must come to the registration night. There are about 48 spots available and each spot costs $150/month + a $25 registration fee and $25 for each day you will need your child to be in the program during PLC days. Registration forms will be available the week before registration.

Sports Days is this weekend on the Saturday and Sunday. Come out and get a burger and watch some of the ball tournament.

That same weekend is the Parkland Artisan Tour. So when you are taking a break from the ball tournament, take a walk and follow the numbers for the Artisan Tour.

Remember to set your calendars on your phone to remind you to start voting for Shellbrook for the TSN Kraft Celebration Tour on June10th! Let’s get a new ice plant for our rink to help extend the life of our Rec Center. Not only could we get a new ice plant, but we will also have a celebration with announcers from TSN’s Sport Center. Check out for all of the details.

Weekly Health Tip: Did you know that brushing your teeth not only extends the life of your teeth, but of your body as well? Check out the article set up in this link and read about all of the benefits not only for your teeth, but also for your body. Brushing regularly helps keep bacteria in check and from spreading even more around your body. Take care of yourself and brush you teeth twice a day!

Have a great week!
Cassie Bendig
Shellbrook Recreation Director
office – 747-4949
cell – 747-9098
email –

May 03, 2012

Grass is cut, diamonds are lined and the plants are well watered.  Ball began this past week; did you go out to cheer on the kids?  Come on out anytime between 6:30 and 9:00 PM on Mondays through Thursdays to the sports grounds to cheer your ball teams on.  Mark your calendars for June 2nd and 3rd; this is the date for Minor Sports Days!  Get your ball gear ready to participate.  If you are interested in helping out anyway, just let someone from Minor Sports know. 

You are going to see movement in the pool starting Monday, May 7th.  Kayla and Mathew will be getting the pool ready for the summer season!  A new liner will be installed this month, and if the water warms up, just maybe, we can open the pool a little early.  Otherwise the tentative opening date for the Shellbrook Swimming Pool is June 1st. 

Don’t forget to sign up for swimming lessons this week on Thursday, May 10th at the Community Hall from 5-7pm.  You will be able to meet some of your lifeguards for this year and if you did not receive a summer fun brochure, you can pick one up at the registration night.  Registration forms are also available on the town website.  If you are not sure what level your child belongs in, the lifeguards will be happy to help you figure that out.  They will have a set of questions to help figure out what level best suits your child.  There are levels available for kids’ ages 18 months and up; maybe even younger if the guards think your baby is ready.  Swimming lessons are very important for your kids and you, the could just help someone you love save themselves or others from a major drowning accident.

If you cannot make it to the registration night, you can make arrangements with the guards at the pool and/or you can set things up with me at the office.  To encourage you to come to the registration night, we will be including a door prize of a family season pass at the Shellbrook Swimming Pool for the 2012 Season.  The draw will only be open to those who show up to the Registration Night.  Also available the Registration Night will be all types of seasonal and punch passes.  Hope to see many of you there!

Weekly Health Tip: Some of us do not breath correctly – who would of thought you can do something wrong that you do automatically.  According to the more than medication website ( correct breathing can help increase your energy, be more alert, focus better, improve blood circulation, reduce stress and relieve pain. Check out the website and see if you are breathing correctly. 

Have a great week!
Cassie Bendig
Shellbrook Recreation Director
office – 747-4949
cell – 747-9098
email –

April 13, 2012

I apologize for no article last week.  I was out of the office at the Humboldt Training Symposium taking courses.  These courses opened my eyes a little more on the risk management side of things.  I will be busy updating Policy and Procedure Manuals for my summer staff as well as looking at an appreciation event; our staff works very hard and deserves a little “Thanks”.

Coming up during this week is the very first Parent Board Meeting for the before and after school Program.  This meeting a board will be put together with 5 board members plus me and any other professionals whom believe they have advice to give.   The 5 board members will hold voting authority for large decisions.  We will also decide on a name and come up with some details on the Director Position that will soon be available for application.

Spring means ball -  here are the up and coming ball opportunities; Saturday, April 14th will be a Grassroots Umpire Clinic starting at 9 am.  Please bring non-marking sole shoes.   The Clinic will be held at W.P. Sandin High School here in Shellbrook.  Minor Ball Registration has officially come and gone – this means ball season is about to start!  The schedule will be posted on the town website as soon as it is made.  There has also been a pitching clinic that has been running at the Elementary School and is having great success. 

After ball is over get the kids to join the Shellbrook Silver Fins – our new competitive swim team!  This will be available to kids age 7-16 (the age limit is a guideline, if you are interested please come to the registration night), must be able to swim a minimum of 15 meters and is developmentally able to understand and follow instructions.  Registration will be the same night as Swimming Lesson Registration – May 10 from 5-7pm.  The cost is presently undetermined but he cost will cover the SwimSask Club Fee, a swim cap, t-shirt and other expenses for the program to run.  The head coach; Regan Hamel, is doing this as a volunteer, she really wants to see a summer swim team here in Shellbrook and is prepared to dedicate her time. 

Street Fair meetings have begun!  We are looking for more people to join the committee, volunteer, entertain and hold vendors.  If you are any or all of the above please email  The next meeting is April 24 at 7:00 PM.  Please RSVP at the previously mentioned email address if you would like to attend.  The location is still to be determined but if you sent an email, you will be filled in. 

Weekly Health Tip: I was reading an article written by Deepak Chopra about soluble fibre helping your heart.  In the article (I am greatly summarizing) he states that eating soluble fibre such as oatmeal can help reduce the amount of LDL cholesterol (bad cholesterol) in your heart.  This means less chance of heart problems.  So take in that bowl of oatmeal in the morning – it’s helping you more than you know.  Take a look at the article:

Have a great week!
Cassie Bendig
Shellbrook Recreation Director
office – 747-4949
cell – 747-9098
email –

March 30, 2012
The surveys are in for the After-School Program. We have come to the conclusion that the need is most definitely here for such a program. Some of the details of this ongoing project is it will become a Before AND After-School Program. The cost is yet to be determined, as we are waiting upon confirmation of funding. Registration is most-likely to be held at the end of August, 2012. Our first Parent Board meeting will be April 18 at 7:00 pm held at the Town Office. If you feel that you would like to be part of the board, please feel free to show up to this first meeting to see what the board will be all about.

Swimming lesson registration has been a popular topic in my outlook account. Registration will be held May 10 from 5-7pm at the Community Hall. Forms will be available online the week before on the town website; Sessions will run all through July and the first 2 weeks of August. I have added in an extra session this year as our lessons seem to become in higher demand all the time. As a report on the paddling pool; unfortunately last year the paddling pool collapsed into itself, so for the 2012 season there will be no paddling pool available. We are budgeting for 2013 season to not include a paddling pool – but possibly adding in a couple spray park items. This will offer the tots to play in the water without the liability of drowning as the paddling pool was always a place where there were no guards on duty. To help replace the availability the shallowness made available by the paddling pool, we are looking into purchasing a tot-dock. This will depend on the money made from our fundraisers this year. Another purchase for the future of the pool will be a new liner and new covers – we are hoping these new covers will decrease heat loss and therefore decreasing our energy bill. Remember, for all of these upgrades to happen, we need your support! Come out to the pool fundraisers this year and help upgrade your pool, it will not only increase summer fun, but it will also increase our quality of life – giving us more options of being physically active.

The pitching clinic ran by Peter and Becky started this week. This clinic will run every Tuesday and Thursday all through April. Another ball update is that minor ball registration will be held April 3 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm.

Saturday is the Golf Course Spring Fling. Head out to the Community Hall to support the Golf Course!

Weekly Health Tip: This spring-like weather has many of us excited for the summer season. Along with the summer season comes those yummy summer drinks such as pop and slushes. Beware of these tasty sugary drinks as they contain tons of sugar! Maybe make slushes at home with some low-calorie sugar substitutes or with some 100% fruit juice. This way you can still enjoy those yummy slushy drinks but get some healthy nutrients as well.

Have a great week!

Cassie Bendig
Shellbrook Recreation Director
office – 747-4949
cell – 747-9098
email –
March 28, 2012
Movie Nights are back at the Shellbrook Theatre! Tonight at 7:00pm you will see The Muppets playing. Doors open at 6:30pm and admission is $5.00. Don’t forget to grab some popcorn – that is the best part about going to the movies.

Do you want to learn some pitching techniques or just brush up on how to pitch? Peter Postnikoff and Becky Fisher are going to put on a pitching clinic that will run every Tuesday and Thursday at the Elementary School starting March 27th. Please make sure to wear NON-MARKING sole shoes and bring a parent or catcher with you. There are only about 15 spots open, so to ensure a spot register early with Becky Fisher at Designer’s Edge Hair Salon. There is no end date set yet as moving to the diamonds would be beneficial, weather permitting, and will continue right into ball season! May is coming fast which means everyone dust off your ball gloves and it’s time to be active outside.

As many of you know, an After-School Program is looking very possible for us here in Shellbrook. Tara and I have been working on making this happen. The Elementary School is on board and the School Board has approved for us to use the Elementary School as the facility. There was a survey that was handed out and will be picked up and reviewed today; March 23. If you did not receive a survey and would like to have some input, please email me and I will email you a survey. If you are interested on being part of a Parent Board for the After-School Program, please email me as well.

Next weekend the Spring Fling is coming! Support the Golf Course and be part of their annual fundraiser. When you buy your tickets, you have the choice of being part of an elimination draw or not. There is no pressure to do either – but word has it there are some great prizes if you are part of the draw and win.

Weekly Health Tip: Have troubles sleeping? Check this health tip I found at; "Fluorescent lights decrease the hormone melatonin, which is necessary for sleeping. Change to full spectrum lights, better still spend more time outside and enjoy the benefits of natural sunlight." Who knew that maybe the reason we are not properly sleeping could be due to the florescent lights – I knew being at work was bad for me. I am joking- I love my job, but all that means, is everyone needs to spend more time outside before and after work. Take the dog for a morning walk or walk to work.

Have a great week!

Cassie Bendig
Shellbrook Recreation Director
office – 747-4949
cell – 747-9098
email –
July 15, 2011
Playground Program:
The playground program runs from 9:00am to 3:00pm every Monday through Friday excluding the Monday of the August long weekend. A limit has been created for the program as it seems to be a popular item this year. A limit of 24 children per day is the set limit. No there is no pre-booking to make sure your child gets in, it is strictly first come first serve. Bring your child out early and they will learn, play games, socialize and make their summer a fun one!

Swimming Pool:
Lessons are in full swing. Here is the schedule for the next session. If you are not sure which group your child belongs in please feel free to call the guards at the pool – 747-2622.

Session 3: July 18 – 22
8:30 am = Level 1, Level 2 & Level 6
9:00 am = Level 4
9:15 am = Level 7
9:30 am = Salamander
10:00 am = Level 3
10:15 am = Level 5
10:30 am = Level 1
11:00 am = Sea Otter & Level 6
11:15 am = Level 1
11:45 am = Level 8, Level 9 & Level 10
12:00 pm = Level 2
12:15 pm = Sea Turtle

Hockey Camps:
Hockey, hockey, hockey… soon that is all you will be thinking about. Hockey camps are coming to Shellbrook in the fall. If you are interested you can find registration forms for either the hockey skills camp or the goalie camp on October 15 & 16. You can find registration forms on the town website, at the town office or you can email me ( and I can email it to you. The registration deadlines for these camps will be the same night as the Shellbrook Minor Hockey Registration night (we will be there doing registration as well). Please visit the town website for more details. You can also find a flyer at the town office and posters around town filling you in on more information! See you in the fall!

Recreation Director:
I will be out of office as of July 8, 2011. If you need to get a hold of me please call my cell phone 747-9098 or shoot me an email and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
July 5, 2011
Playground Program:
The playground program is now open for the summer! Ages 4 – 12 are welcomed to come out to the program from 9:00am to 3:00pm, Monday through Friday. Please bring a non-microwavable lunch if child is to stay most of the day. Amber and Emily will be very happy to help get your child(ren) all set up.

Swimming Lessons:
Lessons are in full swing. Here is the schedule. If you are unsure of which group you belong in or need to register late, please call the Shellbrook Swimming Pool at (306) 747-2622.

Session 2: July 11 – 15
9:00 am = Salamander & Level 7/8
9:30 am = Level 1, Level 3 & Level 5
10:00 am = Crocodile
10:15 am = Level 4 & Level 5
10:30 am = Salamander
10:45 am = Level 2
11:15 am = Level 2
11:30 am = Salamander & Level 9/10
11:45 am = Level 6
12:00 pm = Sea Otter & Sunfish
12:30 pm = Sea Turtle
Also, come check out our aquasize, senior swim, parent & tot and lane swim programs. Coming soon in August is the synchronized swimming and adult lessons. Come on out and register at the Shellbrook Swimming Pool.

If you or anyone you know are looking to camp at the Shellbrook Campground, please call and reserve with Joanne or Jason at the Tourist Booth (306-747-2597). If they are not available, please leave a message and they will get back to you to confirm your booking.

Fun Day: August 26, 2011. This day is for the kids to say goodbye to summer vacation. In the morning the kids can meet at the scout building for fun and games with Amber and Emily. Lunch will include a hot dog and marshmallow roast. After digestion has taken place, the kids (and parents) can move into the pool with Nicole and the other guards for tons of fun in the water – including ice cream! Come out and have some fun with the summer staff!

The First Annual Shellbrook Street Fair: August 27, 2011. This is a day for all ages to end their summer with a bang! The Street Fair will include activities for everyone. For full details (or if you are interested in participating in the event) please email

Recreation Director:
I will be out of office from July 8th until mid-October due to being on Maternity Leave. You can still email me at or call me at 747-9098 if you need more information. Have a great and safe summer!
July 1, 2011
Mr. Sunshine decided to make an appearance here in Shellbrook! This week was a well needed sunny week, especially for Canada’s Birthday – Happy 144th Birthday Canada! The beautiful weather helped to make the Family Swim Day a success. With over fifty participants and many prize winners, kids, adults and the lifeguards had a blast. Buckles, the PFD mascot made an appearance, playing games and dancing with the kids. There were some awesome prizes handed out as well. There were small prizes such as Frisbees, wristbands, t-shirts and larger prizes such as a gym bag, water bottles (both donated by SaskEnergy), water cannons and a grand prize of an iPod shuffle (Donated by SaskPower) – won by Carsen Bissky. Thank you to all the participants and a great big thank you goes to the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association as they approved grant money to be allocated to this event.

As a reminder swimming lessons start on Monday, July 4, 2011. The guards will have called all the children’s parents to remind them of their swim times. But in case some have forgotten here is a reminder (if you are not sure which group your child belongs in please call the pool at 747-2622):

Session 1: July 4 – 8
8:30 am = Level 3 & Level 4
9:00 am = Level 3 & Level 8/9/10
9:15 am = Level 7
9:30 am = Salamander
9:45 am = Level 5
10:00 am = Level 3
10:15 am = Level 6
10:30 am = Level 1
11:00 am = Sunfish & Level 2
11:15 am = Sea Otter
11:30 am = Level 4
11:45 am = Salamander & Level 1
12:00 pm = Level 3
12:30 pm = Sea Turtle

Also starting on July 4, 2011 is the Aqua Fit Camp with Ginette Tournier. Cost is only $5.00/class drop in or you can buy a pass for 10 classes at $40.00. Come on out and attempt your water fitness!

The Playground program will also be underway starting July 4, 2011. Bring your kids to the Scout Building at the Shellbrook Kinsmen Park for a free playground program. The program runs from 9:00am to 3:00pm every Monday through Friday. The only day this summer that the program will not run is on August 1st; Heritage Day. The kids will play games, do arts and crafts, and have many learning opportunities with our playground coordinators Amber and Emily. The ages available to the program will be ages 4 to 12. Bring out your kids so they have a chance to remain active during the summer months instead of sitting at home and playing video games.

This may be my last full article for the summer. I will be leaving on maternity leave as of July 8th. Please feel free to call or email if you have any questions. I may not be in the office, but I am still available for any comments, questions or concerns. But do not forget to keep posted about updates on Fun Day (August 26) and the Street Fair (August 27).

Office — 747-4949
Cell — 747-9098
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Tip of the Week: Garlic, mmm – mmm – mmmmm tastes so good and is so good for you. Garlic is a natural antibiotic, so adding fresh garlic to the menu is never a bad idea – just don’t stand too close to the person you are talking to after you have consumed that precious flavor.
June 10, 2011
This edition of From the Desk is going to be dedicated to creating success. For example, the past weekend was the Shellbrook Annual Sports Day; what a success! Other than minor power problems at one point, everything went very well. Thank you to all of those who put in so much hard work to make the event such a success.

This coming Sunday is another event that I am hoping is a great success. My first event to the town of Shellbrook will be the "June is Recreation and Parks Month Celebration" (aka JRPM Celebration). I am sure many of you have seen the poster with the balloons on it – that would be the promotional poster. The plan is on Sunday at 2:00pm to have everyone show up to Centennial Park by the playground. Once everyone has arrived, teams will be made (there are no costs to attend this event) and an Ultimate Frisbee tournament will begin. This tournament is meant to be fun and non-competitive, meaning, no one will keep score. After everyone has been Ultimate-Frisbeed-out (hopefully around 5:00pm) we will move over as a large crowd to the Kinsmen Camp Kitchen for a hotdog and marshmallow roast. The Co-op has been kind enough to donate hotdogs and marshmallows so everyone can enjoy supper and a snack – Thanks Co-op! Bring out your whole family, all your friends and enjoy what your parks have to offer you.

Since I have moved to Shellbrook, I have heard about "The First Annual Shellbrook Street Fair" coming Saturday, August 27th, 2011. The moment I heard of it, I figured this is something I definitely would like to be part of. So I have started on the committee, have been to a few meetings and wow – what a big project. This committee has been living and breathing this event and smiling the whole time they are planning it. In order to continue creating this event and making it a huge success – Shellbrook – we want you to be part of things as well! If anyone would like to help out that day and volunteer with set up, organizing, running vendor stations, helping with entertainment or just plain old want to help out – let us know!

Volunteering is not the only way for you to participate; the Street Fair is going to include tons of entertainment and vendors for everyone to enjoy. So far some examples include beach volleyball, pig roast, pancake breakfast, dunk tank, kids crafts, trade show booths, farmers market tables, tug of war, pie throwing, a headlining band being "Long Shot, and tons more. Unfortunately my article does not have room to list over 50 items but if you check out the town website or see their page of Facebook (search Shellbrook Street Fair on Facebook), there will be an updated list.

The beach volley ball tournament will be looking for teams. The cost per team will be $60.00 or working out to be only $10.00 per person. If you are interested please send an email to

There will also be a show ‘n shine for both cars/trucks and motorcycles. There will be cash prizes for whoever wins first and second in each category. 1st place will win 45% of the profits, 2nd place will win 25% and the last 30% will go to the Street Fair. There will be an entry fee for your vehicle. If interested, please email

We are also looking for talent during the day. If you or someone you know is a great singer or has an amazing band, let them know to contact us. If you are interested in any way of being part of the First Annual Shellbrook Street Fair, please email Keep posted for more updates!

If you have any comments, suggestions or questions please feel free to contact me:

Office — 747-4949
Cell — 747-9098
Email —
Tip of the Week: Working out takes a toll on your muscles. Fight back by filling yourself with the correct nutrients after a long hard work out. Chocolate milk is known to have a great balance of carbohydrates and protein – making this the ultimate after-work-out-drink. So skip the sports drinks and have something a little more simple; grab a glass of chocolate milk.
May 27, 2011
I hope everyone had a great and safe May-Long Weekend. I know mine was crazy — busy visiting family and friends, but I know I love the short work week that follows a long weekend! That still doesn't mean that it's not going to be a fun filled week.

May 27th is Canwood Grad. Congratulations to all of you — High School is a blast, but it's nice to be done. Good luck in the real world!

This Sunday is the Walk, Run, Stroll Fundraiser! I hope many of you plan to come out and support this event. Registration for a T-shirt has passed on the 18th, but if you would still like to participate, late registrations are welcomed! Come to the sports grounds at about 12:30pm to get started. The actual walking, running, or strolling will start at 2:00pm. I'll be seeing everyone out there!

The Shellbrook Swimming Pool will be officially open June 1st. If you missed the Registration Night, you may still be able to register. Please call the pool at 747-2622 for late registrations, private pool booking, and any other information needed. If there is no answer, please leave a message and the pool staff will get back to you as soon as possible.

The Ag Fair — Now known as Shellbrook Annual Sports Day — will be happening on June 4th and 5th. If you're not out there playing, come out and cheer on some of the teams and be part of the event.

June 12th seems to be coming up quickly! This will be a day of family fun — come out and try a new sport. Ultimate Frisbee will be the sport of choice. We will make it a little easier so the kids can try to play as well. By all means, we can have more than one game going and have a little more competitive game going on for those of you who like to get into the game. The games will start at 2:00pm at the Centennial Park, and then will move on to the Kinsmen Campground Camp Kitchen for a hotdog and marshmallow roast. At the roast, there will be prizes drawn — some prizes include Frisbees, t-shirts, wristbands, an MP3 player, and many other little prizes.

Remember, June is Recreation and Parks Month so get out of the house and use the beautiful parks that are available to you! This event has been sponsored by Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association, Saskatchewan Lotteries, and Henderson Playground Equipment. Thanks to our sponsors for making this event possible!

June 17th is Shellbrook Grad, which will be a busy weekend for everyone! Enjoy and be safe!

Monday, June 27th is a Family Swim Day. The pool will be open to all families (no charge) from 1:00pm to 5:00pm for a day of games and activities for everyone to play. There will be door prizes and prizes from challenges available.

We are hoping to try underwater hockey as well. Underwater hockey consists of sticks that are developed to be safe in the water with a puck and an improvised net. There will also be relay races and tons of other activities. We are also trying to get Buckles to come back to play some activities with the kids. This event is made possible by the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association's Active Families Grant.

I missed my weekly tip last week, so you all get the benefit of 2 tips this week.

Weekly Tip #1: Enjoy the sun, but be careful. That beautiful golden ball in the sky can cause sunburns, dehydration, heat stroke and we even hear the dreaded C word having correlation with UV rays.

So don’t forget to use sunscreen, proper coverage (hats and clothing), and drink lots of water.

Weekly Tip #2: Bugs, bugs, bugs. We are all too familiar with these tiny nuisances.

But they can cause harm to us. So when you are sitting out by the campfire, be sure to cover up properly. Wear bug spray and check yourself and everyone else in the family (including pets) for bites and ticks.

If you have any comments, suggestions or questions please feel free to contact me:

Office — 747-4949
Cell — 747-9098
Email —

May 20, 2011
The weather has been beautiful, let’s hope it stays with us, especially with all of the upcoming events!

The pool has been a main project for this past week. Tons of cleaning and man power have been put in so that way everyone can have a clean, safe pool to play in. Thank you to Nicole Adams and Mathew Derworiz for putting in so much hard work to get that pool spic and span! If you were to drive by the pool you would see those two scrubbing that pool with their rubber boots on.

Since we are talking about the pool, let me fill you in on some important dates:

Swimming Lesson Registration will be Thursday May 26th, 2011 at the Community Hall from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. The lesson schedule is as follows: Session 1 — July 4 - 8
Session 2 — July 11 - 15
Session 3 — July 18 - 22
Session 4 — July 25 - 29
Session 5 — August 8 - 12
Bronze Medallion — August 15 - 19
Synchronized swimming will be August 2 - 5 from noon to 1:30pm

Adult lessons will be every Tuesday and Thursday starting August 9 to August 25. Each class will be an hour and a half long. June 27th there will be a Family Swim Day — an afternoon at the pool where parents and kids can come out and play games and get really active in the pool! Keep posted for updates!
August 26th will be a Fun Day between the Playground Program and the Pool. Kids start their day with Amber and Emily at the Playground Program then will join Nicole and all the other lifeguards in the pool to enjoy some fun activities! The pool is not the only event going on in town for the summer — June is especially a very busy month. Come out and support what you can!

The Walk, Run, Stroll Fundraiser is coming up — don’t forget to register! This is a very important fundraising event — it’s helping us get towards our goal of a new hospital. You’ll see my pregnant belly and I out there attempting to walk the 5km rout. Come and try it out! Check in starts at 12:30pm at the Shellbrook Sports Grounds on May 29th.

Another reminder for June is Recreation and Parks Month! Come bring the family out for a Sunday afternoon (Sunday, June 12) and really learn to enjoy what our parks have to offer! Starting at 2:00 pm will be a non-competitive game of Ultimate Frisbee, then at 5:00pm will be a hotdog and marshmallow roast at the Kinsmen Campground. This event is supported through the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association as well as Saskatchewan Lotteries.

Don’t forget if you are trying to be active for any reason to go out and join Leeta Harms in her Outdoor Fit Camp every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30pm. She’ll make you work — but you will not regret it! Also, if you are more of a morning person, join Nicole Philp in the basement of the Lutheran Church for her Morning Fitness class at 9:30am every Wednesday. Bring your kids, they can run and play at the same time you do.

The ball diamonds have been a busy place, especially with the new diamond going in and the water main break at Diamond 5. Due to this break, the water has been shut off — this would be why the washrooms have been locked up. We apologize for any inconvenience.

If you do have a chance, go ahead and support your community’s ball teams by going out to the sports grounds on any day from Monday through to Thursday and cheering the kids on!

The Kinsmen Campground is open as of May Long weekend — Call Cassie to reserve a site before then.

Playground Program information will be released soon!

If you have any comments, suggestions or concerns, please call Cassie at 306-747-4949 or 306-747-9098.
May 13, 2011
Summer is on its way here and preparation is key! We are looking at some opening dates and registration dates soon coming.

Swimming lessons registration will be Thursday, May 26th, 2011 at the Community Hall from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. The schedule for lessons is as follows:

Session 1 — July 4 - 8
Session 2 — July 11 - 15
Session 3 — July 18 - 22
Session 4 — July 25 - 29
Session 5 — August 8 - 12
Bronze Medallion — August 15 - 19
Adult lessons, synchronized swimming, and pool hours are yet to be determined but will be coming to you soon!

The campground is officially open as of May Long weekend. Pleas call Cassie to reserve before then @ 306-747-4949.

Rhythm Works Dance Studio had their recital, and by the way everything looked and from what I here, it went great! There is some real talent found within Shellbrook.

Just a reminder, if you are looking to stay on the healthier side of the activity schedule, every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday Leeta Harms will be leading the Outdoor Fit Camp from 7:30 to 8:30pm at the High School Track. She is a great and enthusiastic instructor — if you are not motivated to be active before you show up to class, she will get you motivated! Nicole Philp is also leading a Morning Fitness class every Wednesday morning at 9:30am in the basement of the Lutheran Church. There is a large availability to get active, so Shellbrook, let's get up and work off some of the uncomfortable winter weight!

Don't forget, the Walk, Run, Stroll Hospital Fundraiser is coming fast! Get your registrations in quickly — especially if you want a shirt! Forms, maps and more information can be found under Forms & Publications. The event will be Sunday, May 29, 2011 @ 2:00pm at the Shellbrook Sports Grounds. Check-in starts at 12:30pm.

Ag Fair, now called Shellbrook Annual Sports Day, will be the weekend of June 4th and 5th. If you are to walk by the Sports Grounds, take a peek and see the hard work going in to change Diamond #4 into a shale diamond.

The "June is Recreation and Parks Month Celebration" now has a schedule! On Sunday, June 12th there will be and Ultimate Frisbee non-competitive tournament starting at 2:00pm. Then at 5:00pm, the crowd will move to the Camp Kitchen in the Kinsmen Campground. There will be a hotdog and marshmallow roast for everyone to enjoy. Come out and see what your parks have to offer and small prizes that can be won!

Another reminder about the Shellbrook Street Fair on Saturday, August 27, 2011. If you would like to be part of this event, please email

Tip of the Week: Weather lately has not been great, which means we sit inside a lot of the time. Organization keeps you busy and still helps to burn calories — go through those old clothes/dishes/junk rooms and see what garbage of yours can be someone else's treasure.
May 6, 2011
Hello Town of Shellbrook. My name is Cassie Bendig and I am your new Recreation Director. I have taken over the position as of March 7th and am now finally reporting to you! The town is busy and there are events going on all the time! Here are a few items to look out for:

The movie that will be playing Friday night this week is The King's Speech at the Shellbrook Theatre. Doors open at 6:30pm and the movie will be rolling at 7:00pm. Make it a Friday night date night!

Rhythm Works Dance Studio will be putting on their Dance Recital this Saturday at 6:30pm and Sunday at 1:00pm. You will find the great talent within Rhythm Works at the Shellbrook Theatre.

Are you interested in being more active and healthy? We have a couple of choices for you. Leeta Harms will be leading an Outdoor Fit Camp starting May 10th. The camp will run every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 7:30pm to 8:30pm through May and June. Show up at the High School track to register at 7:00pm on May 10th. And by all means, bring your kids — they can run and play as you get your work out on!

Nicole Philip will be leading Morning Fitness on Wednesdays at 9:30am in the Lutheran Church on Adamson Road. This is also a class where you can feel free to bring you kids! For both classes please bring a work out mat, dumbbells (optional) and water to keep you hydrated. Hope to see many of you there!

Another place of activity, as well as to help a great cause, is the Walk, Run, Stroll Hospital Fundraiser on Sunday, May 29th at 2:00pm. The 5km or 10km course will start at the Shellbrook Sports Grounds — check in starts at 12:30pm Come out an support your Hospital!

Coming up May long weekend will be the official opening of the Kinsmen Campground for the season. Get your family and friends to reserve a site through me at my contact information below so they can come and experience the livelihood of Shellbrook!

Ag Fair will be on its way as well. The Tournament is planned for the weekend of June 4th and 5th — keep posted for updates.

We have officially declared June as Recreation and Parks Month. As part of this declaration we will be having an Ultimate Frisbee non-competitive tournament on Sunday, June 12th. The tournament will be followed by a barbeque, so bring out your family and enjoy being active in our new park. Keep posted for more updates!

Shellbrook will be experiencing its first annual Shellbrook Street Fair on Saturday, August 27th. Main Street will be closed off and local vendors, entertainers, food and a refreshment tent will be available for your testing. If you would like to be involved in this amazing event, please email

As these events have been planned, other items have already been on the go. Minor Sports has started ball games and practices — you can find the girls on the fields Mondays and Wednesdays, and the boys on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Go Shellbrook! Learn to play is also getting on its way for ball — you can find them working on their skills every Monday and Wednesday.

The Community Hall has had a few updates, one being the new sound panels have been installed. We had a group of handy young men who showed up and worked very hard on putting up the panels — thanks a lot gentlemen, the hall sounds great!

If you have any comments, suggestions or questions please feel free to contact me:

Office — 747-4949
Cell — 747-9098
Email —
Tip of the Week: Use free weights to strengthen your arms. Even smaller 3 or 5 pound weights are a great way to strengthen your arms. Try lifting these small weights while you watch your favorite TV show!
January 21, 2011
The Rink Day was a huge success due to all the volunteers who gave their time, donations for the raffle table, or participated in the activities. The Affinity Credit Union provided workers and all supplies for the pancake breakfast, with proceeds going to the rink roof project.

For most community organizations, promoting your local event is one of the biggest challenges. Here are a few options to keep in mind when looking to get the word out for your next event:

Affinity Credit Union Sign at the Rink — Advertise your community event by calling Lisa at (306) 747-6306. Sign at the end of Main Street — Call Judy at (306) 747-2311 to see if your event can be added to this sign. On the Radio with Don Mitchell — Don is more than happy to chat with your organization about upcoming events. Call him at (306) 763-7421 ext. 270 and set up an interview time. It is pre-recorded and edited so you don't need to be a pro -- they take out all the ums and ahs. This is a great way to get the word out and really reach people.
Town of Shellbrook Website — Don't forget to forward your event details to the Town Webmaster at All community events will be listed free of charge on the Events Calendar.
January 14, 2011
Ski Trails have been set around the perimeter of the golf course. These trails are good for classic and skate skiing.

Sask Lotteries Community Grant Program:

2011-2012 Applications are available at the Municipal Office. Be sure to stop by and pick up your application. Grant applications deadline is March 15, 2011. Call 747-4949 for more information.
Follow Up Reports for the 2010-2011 season — please bring your finished reports, including copies of receipts, and drop them off at the Municipal Office to receive your grant allocation.
January 7, 2011
Community Rink Day is being held on January 15, 2011, in conjunction with many other SaskEnergy Hockey Day events around the province. The main theme of this event is to promote the game of hockey and to build community spirit by making the arena the focal point of activity for the day. This promotion is to provide associations a platform from which to raise funds to keep the rinks alive and well in all communities, both big and small.

The Affinity Credit Union Rec Centre is home to not only the sport of hockey, but figure skating and curling as well. It is for that reason that we tweaked the name and event to include the main winter sports in our community and invited all three sports to participate. We are also using the event to promote active families and sport, culture and recreation in our community.

The day will kick off with a pancake breakfast sponsored by the Affinity Credit Union. Throughout the day you will be able to watch hockey games and figure skating demonstrations, as well as participate in a curling game or one of our family activities. You will be able to buy raffle tickets on items donated by the Co-op, SaskTel and SaskPower. All proceeds from the pancake breakfast and raffle items will be used towards the rink roof project.

If you would like to volunteer to help with family games or donate an item to our raffle, please call Sheri at (306) 747-4949. This event has received funding from Sask. Lotteries in the form of the Family Active Grant.
December 24, 2010
As we gear up for Christmas, it is definitely time for fun with family and friends. Whether you are enjoying outdoor pursuits like hiking, snowmobiling, or just snow man building, here are a few tips to help you gear up safely while getting the most of Saskatchewan's winter fun.

Winter active tips from Saskatchewan in motion:

Stay hydrated. It's important to drink plenty of fluids, even in the winter. A thermos of hot chocolate or warm apple cider is a great choice for a cold day.
Dress in layered waterproof clothing. Snow pants are a must for staying warm and dry. Don't forget toques, mitts, neck warmers, and insulated snow boots. You may work up a sweat; change into dry clothes if you start to feel cold and damp. Cover up. Watch out for frost bite in colder temperatures and high wind chills. Cover exposed skin. Have a great Christmas and holiday season!
December 17, 2010
Family time in today's fast paced world is time to be treasured. Instead of spending it as couch potatoes try one of these great activities. Everyone will have fun and you will make some great memories that you will have for years to come.

Walk around town or through our parks — make it an animal safari and look for signs of wildlife, including tracks! You never know what you may find. Slo-Pitch — why not Snow-Pitch? Try this great summer sport with a winter twist. All you need is a plastic bat, whiffle ball and something to designate bases. Fun is the name of the game and this sport is great for all ages! And don't forget our favorite winter pastime of all — skating. The ice is in at the outdoor rink. The Shellbrook Kinsmen do a great job of getting the ice ready for everyone to enjoy.
December 10, 2010
As we prepare for the holiday season, shopping for the perfect gift is often a major task. This holiday season when looking for toys for the children on your Christmas list be sure to check out the Active Toy Guide that Saskatchewan in motion has put together. This list of toys encourages kids to be physically active while having fun. The list features toys for all ages, all budgets and seasons. There are toys for both indoor and outdoor activities, individual and multi-player games, as well as sport and non-sport activities. This year's guide also features an active electronics section so that you can satisfy the gamer on your list while keeping them active. The guide can be found at So remember you are not only giving a toy, you are giving the gift of physical activity, and with only 15% of our province's children and youth meeting national guidelines for daily physical activity, making activity fun has never been more important! Thanks to Saskatchewan in motion for keeping us informed.

The Shellbrook Golf Club had an exciting year with golf course expansion and they are looking forward to enjoying the new fairways in the upcoming season. The club will continue fundraising to pay for the expansion with events such as the Spring Fling in April, the Sprinkler Head Fundraiser (where $250 will get you a tax receipt and donation recognition on the Expansion Board), and the 5 Year Membership (a limited number of 5 year memberships are available for $2500). Tax receipts are also available for anyone who wishes to make a donation to the golf course.

Membership fees have increased for the upcoming 2011 season to cover operational expenses. It is not a reflection of expansion costs as the club is committed to fundraising to cover the cost of the expansion. The golf club has lots of great Stocking Stuffers and Christmas present items such as golf memberships and 10 round passes for anyone looking to impress the golfer on your list.

If you would like more information, to make a donation, or purchase a golf membership or other gift, please call Larry at
(306) 747-3484.
December 3, 2010
Most individuals spend a large chunk of their day at work. Many times the excuse for not having a healthy, active lifestyle is that we don't have enough time. Does this sound familiar? So why don't we mix a little physical activity into our daily work routine. The Alberta Centre for Active Living has put together some tips on incorporating physical activity into your workplace, as an individual, group of co-workers, organization, at the community level and in creating company policy in your workplace that will help everyone be active. Their website has great tools such as an activity tracker, online videos such as Yoga, Stretching & Exercising for Your Hands & Wrists at Your Desk that can be done on breaks or your lunch hour. It also has great tips to help get you started. For more information check them out at

Public Skating and Shinny have been so popular this season that we have added another hour of public skating on Thursday's from 2:00-3:00pm, as well as many extra skate times over the Christmas Break including Christmas Eve and Boxing Day skates. Please check out the rink schedule the most up-to-date information. Fees go towards the operation of the rink.
November 26, 2010
The Town of Shellbrook is undergoing some exciting administrative changes. The Recreation Office will now have its own phone line — 747-4949. You will now be able to reach me directly and also leave messages in my voice mail and not the general mail box. New recreation office information including the recreation mandate, office hours and contact information will soon be available on the website. Also, watch for changes in the New Year as we continue to update the recreation information for our community. Our Facebook page is now up and running so be sure to add us to your friends list to keep up to date with the latest recreation news.

At the rink, we are in the process of setting the public skate and shinny times for the holidays. Don't forget that private rentals will also be available. For more information or to book a time, please call the rink at 747-3550.

November 12, 2010 The Sturgeon River Nordic Centre is preparing for another season of cross country skiing. If you are looking to have fun on skis, be a part of a team and improve your fitness level then this is the activity for you. To register you must be 9 years or older and have ski equipment. Registrations will be accepted until November 20. For more information or to register, please call Bill or Joan at 747-3311.

A registration and ski swap for the Prince Albert Jack Rabbit Program (for ages 4-12) will also be held on November 24, from 7:00-9:00pm at the WJ Berezowsky School. For more information on the ski swap, please call Bill or Joan at 747-3311.

The Canwood SnoBlazers will be offering a Snowmobile Safety Course on December 11, 2010 in Shellbrook. The Snowmobile Act now requires all snowmobile operators who were born on or after January 1, 1989 to complete a snowmobile safety training course before operating a snowmobile on public land. The course is open to anyone 12 years and older and is designed to increase safety and awareness, prevent snowmobile collisions, teach defensive snowmobile riding, develop proper snowmobile rider attitude and behaviour and increase enjoyment while snowmobiling. The snowmobile safety course is a great family activity and is valuable to all snowmobilers. If you are interested in taking the course or would like more information please call Glen at 747-8146. Space is limited so please register early.
November 5, 2010
Creative Kids is a new recreation service available in our community. This charitable giving program is facilitated by the Lakeland District for Sports, Culture and Recreation and provides financial assistance to children and youth who would like to participate in art, culture or creative experiences.

Children and youth with financial barriers can apply to receive up to $750.00 per year to contribute towards costs associated with art and culture participation. Activities eligible for Creative Kids funding are very wide ranging, and may include art lessons, dance classes, language lessons, music instruction, cultural camp, heritage activities or other activities associated with art, culture or creativity.

Creative Kids relies on donations and is looking for volunteers who may be interested in joining the committee, helping at fundraisers or promoting this new program. For more information on this program, please call Sheri at 747-2177.
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