Agenda

Agenda
REGIONAL DISTRICT OF NORTH OKANAGAN
WHITE VALLEY PARKS, RECREATION and CULTURE
ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Thursday, February 25, 2016
9:00 a.m. Lumby Municipal Hall
REGULAR AGENDA
A.
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
1. White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory Committee – February 25,
2016
(Opportunity for Introduction of Late Items)
(Opportunity for Introduction of Late Items – In Camera Agenda)
RECOMMENDATION 1
That the Agenda of the February 25, 2016 White Valley Parks, Recreation, and Culture
Advisory Committee meeting be approved as presented.
B.
ADOPTION OF MINUTES
1. White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory Committee – January 21,
2016
RECOMMENDATION 2
Page 1
That the minutes of January 21, 2016 White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture
Advisory Committee meeting be adopted as circulated.
C.
DELEGATIONS
1. Lumby Early Years Table – WCRC (LISHMAN, Christine)
− Delegation Request Form
− PowerPoint Presentation
2. Monashee Arts Council (GREENWOOD, Jennifer)
- Delegation Request Form
- Monashee Arts Council Financial Statements
- Monashee Arts Council President’s Report, The Year in Review
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White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture
Advisory Committee Agenda – Regular
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D.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
E.
NEW BUSINESS
F.
BUSINESS ARISING FROM DELEGATIONS
G.
REPORTS
February 25, 2016
1. Monthly Reports – December 2015, January and February 2016
− Lumby Curling Club
− Pat Duke Memorial Arena
− White Valley Community Centre
RECOMMENDATION 3
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That the December 2015, January and February 2016 White Valley Parks, Recreation,
and Culture monthly reports be received for information.
H.
IN CAMERA
I.
ADJOURNMENT
WHITE VALLEY PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURE ADVISORY COMMITTEE - REGULAR AGENDA
February 25, 2016 - Item B.1
REGIONAL DISTRICT OF NORTH OKANAGAN
MINUTES of a REGULAR meeting of the WHITE VALLEY PARKS, RECREATION AND
CULTURE ADVISORY COMMITTEE of the REGIONAL DISTRICT OF NORTH OKANAGAN
held in the Boardroom at the Regional District of North Okanagan, Coldstream, BC on Thursday,
January 21, 2016.
Members: Director R. Fairbairn
Alternate Director R. Ostafichuk
Director H. Cameron
Electoral Area “D”
Village of Lumby
Electoral Area “E”
Staff:
Deputy Corporate Officer
Community Development Coordinator
General Manager, Finance
Also
Present:
P. Juniper*
T. Nelson
S. Banmen
Chair
Vice Chair
Media
* Denotes presence for part of meeting
CALL MEETING TO ORDER
The meeting was called to order at 6:02 p.m.
ELECTION OF WHITE VALLEY PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURE ADVISORY
COMMITTEE CHAIR
Appointment of Chief Election Officer
Moved and seconded by Alternate Director Ostafichuk and Director Cameron
That Paddy Juniper, Deputy Corporate Officer be appointed as the Chief Election Officer for the
Election of Chair and Vice Chair of the White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory
Committee.
CARRIED
Appointment of Scrutineer
Moved and seconded by Alternate Director Ostafichuk and Director Cameron
That Richard Rolke be appointed as the Scrutineer for the Election of Chair and Vice Chair of the
White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory Committee.
CARRIED
The Deputy Corporate Officer called three times for nominations for the office of Chair of the White
Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory Committee pursuant to the provisions of Section
215 of the Local Government Act.
Alternate Director Ostafichuk nominated Director Fairbairn for the office of Chair of the White
Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory Committee.
Director Fairbairn accepted the nomination.
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February 25, 2016 - Item B.1
Minutes – Regular
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January 21, 2016
There being no further nominations, Director Fairbairn was declared elected, by acclamation, as
Chair of the White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory Committee.
ELECTION OF WHITE VALLEY PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURE ADVISORY
COMMITTEE VICE CHAIR
The Deputy Corporate Officer called three times for nominations for the office of Vice-Chair of the
White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory Committee pursuant to the provisions of
Section 215 of the Local Government Act.
Director Cameron nominated Alternate Director Ostafichuk for the office of Vice-Chair of the White
Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory Committee.
Director Ostafichuk accepted the nomination.
There being no further nominations, Director Ostafichuk was declared elected, by acclamation,
as Vice-Chair of the White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory Committee.
A brief recess was taken for administration.
Director Fairbairn assumed the Chair.
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory Committee – January 21, 2016
Moved and seconded by Alternate Director Ostafichuk and Director Cameron
That the Agenda of the January 21, 2016 White Valley Parks, Recreation, and Culture Advisory
Committee meeting be approved with the following additions:
Item E.4 – Cherryville and Area Historical Society
Item E.5 – Pickleball
CARRIED
ADOPTION OF MINUTES
White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory Committee – December 14, 2015
Moved and seconded by Director Cameron and Alternate Director Ostafichuk
That the minutes of December 14, 2015 White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory
Committee meeting be adopted as amended.
CARRIED
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White Valley Parks, Recreation & Culture Advisory Committee
February 25, 2016 - Item B.1
Minutes – Regular
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January 21, 2016
NEW BUSINESS
White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture Advisory Committee – Meeting Location
Discussion regarding the meeting location of the White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture
Advisory Committee ensued. It was determined that the meetings of the Committee moving
forward will continue to be held in Lumby Council Chambers, but staff will schedule occasional
meetings in the White Valley recreation facilities.
Kraft Hockeyville 2016
Moved and seconded by Alternate Director Ostafichuk and Director Cameron
That it be recommended to the Board of Directors a grant equivalent to five hours at the
community youth rate of Pat Duke ice rentals for Lumby Minor Hockey for the purposes of raising
community awareness of Kraft Hockeyville be approved.
CARRIED
WVPRC-003 – Community Grant Policy Amendment and 2016 Community Grant Approvals
Moved and seconded by Director Cameron and Alternate Director Ostafichuk
That it be recommended to the Board of Directors, the 2016 White Valley Community Grant Community Event applications, as listed in the report titled, WVPRC-003 – Community Grant
Policy Amendment and 2016 Community Grant Approvals, and dated January 11, 2016 as
amended, be approved.
CARRIED
Moved and seconded by Director Cameron and Alternate Director Ostafichuk
That it be recommended to the Board of Directors a grant of $350 for the Lumby and District
Figure Skating Club to offset ice fees for their end-of-year skating show be approved.
CARRIED
Moved and seconded by Alternate Director Ostafichuk and Director Cameron
That it be recommended to the Board of Directors, the White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture
Community Grant Policy – WVPRC-003, be amended as outlined in the staff report dated January
11, 2016, and titled Community Grant Policy Amendment and 2016 Community Grant Approvals,
with policy changes to be advertised; and further,
That staff consult with 2016 White Valley Community Grant applicants, notifying them of the
changes to the Community Grant Policy and impacts to future requests, and advise current
applicants of changes that could be made to their respective applications in order to make them
eligible for future funding.
CARRIED
Cherryville and Area Historical Society
Moved and seconded by Alternate Director Ostafichuk and Director Cameron
That it be recommended to the Board of Directors, the 2016 White Valley Parks, Recreation and
Culture (070) budget be amended to include $1,500 to support the Cherryville and Area Historical
Society’s cenotaph project.
CARRIED
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White Valley Parks, Recreation & Culture Advisory Committee
February 25, 2016 - Item B.1
Minutes – Regular
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January 21, 2016
Pickleball
The committee discussed the idea of having lines painted on the existing tennis courts for
pickleball and requested that staff bring back information on existing tennis courts, including
usage and condition of the full inventory of White Valley tennis courts.
REPORTS
Monthly Reports – December 2015
Moved and seconded by Alternate Director Ostafichuk and Director Cameron
That the December 2015 White Valley Parks, Recreation, and Culture monthly reports be
received for information.
CARRIED
ADJOURNMENT
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 7:29 p.m.
Next meeting: Thursday, February 18, 2016
CERTIFIED CORRECT
Rick Fairbairn
Chair
Community Development Coordinator
Tannis Nelson
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Financial Statements of
Monashee Arts Council
Year ended September 30, 2015
(Unaudited - See Notice to Reader)
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NOTICE TO READER
On the basis of information provided by management, we have complied the statement of financial position of
Monashee Arts Council as at September 30, 2015 and the statements of revenues and expenditures and
members' equity for the year then ended. We have not performed an audit or review engagement in respect of
these financial statements and accordingly, we express no assurance thereon. Readers are cautioned that these
statements may not be appropriate for their purposes.
Kimberley K. Hutton, CPA, CA
Chartered Professional Accountant
Lumby, Canada
November 4, 2015
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Monashee Arts Council
Statement of Financial Position
September 30, 2015
(Unaudited - see Notice to Reader)
2015
Assets
Current assets:
Cash
$
22,754
Capital assets:
Computer equipment
Displays and promotional materials
Furniture and fixtures
Less accumulated amortization
800
878
350
(2,028)
$
22,754
$
1,547
800
2,347
Liabilities and Members' Equity
Current liabilities:
Accounts payable and accrued liabilities
Scholarships payable
Members' equity
20,407
$
22,754
The recognition, measurement, presentation and disclosure principles in these financial statements may not
be in accordance with the requirements of any of the financial reporting frameworks in the CPA Canada
Handbook - Accounting.
Director
Director
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Monashee Arts Council
Statement of Revenue and Expenditures
Year ended September 30, 2015
(Unaudited - see Notice to Reader)
2015
Revenue:
Grants and donations
Events and performances
Rental income
Course registration fees
Fundraising and sponsorships
Interest and other income
Memberships
Merchandise
$
Expenses:
Advertising and promotion
Artist and instructor fees
Equipment rental
Facility rental
Grants and scholarships
Interest and bank charges
Memberships and licenses
Office and general
Professional fees
Rent
Supplies
Wages and benefits
22,697
7,112
2,361
1,603
717
673
377
65
35,605
1,141
22,086
561
2,093
1,500
44
306
2,341
1,000
2,400
1,170
15,743
50,385
Deficiency of revenue over expenditures before the following
(14,780)
Amortization
Loss on disposal of capital assets
2,028
829
Deficiency of revenue over expenditures
$
(17,637)
The recognition, measurement, presentation and disclosure principles in these financial statements may not
be in accordance with the requirements of any of the financial reporting frameworks in the CPA Canada
Handbook - Accounting.
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Monashee Arts Council
Statement of Members' Equity
Year ended September 30, 2015
(Unaudited - see Notice to Reader)
2015
Members' equity, beginning of year
$
Deficiency of revenues over expenditures
38,044
(17,637)
Members' equity, end of year
$
20,407
The recognition, measurement, presentation and disclosure principles in these financial
statements may not be in accordance with the requirements of any of the financial reporting
frameworks in the CPA Canada Handbook - Accounting.
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February 25, 2016 - Item C.2
Monashee Arts Council President’s Report: The Year in Review.
The Annual General Meeting provides us with a
moment to reflect back on the year that was, the
accomplishments, the challenges, and all the
volunteers, instructors, staff, sponsors, participants and
members who made it happen.
As a non-profit
organization, we rely on so many people to create
amazing events, offer grants and scholarships, organize
and teach classes, and develop opportunities, which
they did!
In 2014-15 season of performing arts offered a variety
of theatre, music and dance for all ages. Dance
included the 2nd Annual Family Dance as part of Lumby
Days which this year featured a movie/star theme. We
also hosted the Sadok Ukrainian Dance Ensemble in
December.
Music and balloon artistry was enjoyed at the Public
Market on alternating Saturdays again this year. MAC
also
sponsored
the
Harmonashees,
Cod Gone Wild St. Patrick’s Day Show, the Wild Salmon
Festival and the coexistent Children’s Festival which
brought
in
diverse
performers
such
as
Devon Coyote, as well as a number of upcoming local
singers and a young pianist.
Visual arts were highlighted again this year at the library
with their Meet the Artist series and a gala that involved
six local artists.
Our
children’s art classes
continue to evolve and
thrive and we also
provide painting classes
at the Mews for adults.
The Children’s Festival
involved
dozens
of
children in creating a
painted fabric banner to
adore the stage.
Fibre, jewellery, and visual art members also offered
demonstrations, exhibits, silent auction items, and sales
to the public during Lumby Days. Simultaneously,
The Earth Sisters, Aboriginal women’s drumming group
from Vernon and surrounding areas, and headliner
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MAC’s first Photography Contest attracted over 100
Our social and networking activities this year included
entries and attracted many visitors to view the display.
the Christmas Social and the MAC Artists Retreat held in
October 2014.
A photography club was started in September this year
as
a
result
of
the
interest.
Separate photography and MAC newsletters help to
keep the public informed about events and news.
We participated in the community as well, as part of its
bid for Communities in Bloom, and at the Chamber’s
Trade Show where we promoted MAC and the Moose
Under Sleeping Coyote play which entertained nearly
full house audiences during its April run.
Each activity saw about a dozen participants coming
together to discuss the enjoyment and benefits of art in
the community.
The Board of Directors also worked very diligently this
year on ensuring compliance with all the employment
requirements for our instructors. We also created,
consulted the membership, and ultimately adopted new
Administration,
Financial,
Memberships
and
Communications Policies and Procedures to establish a
consistent and fair foundation for decision making. We
also are very appreciative of having the accounting
records now professionally prepared and bookkeeping
practises in place for the next year’s planning. A draft
budget has been prepared to the incoming Directors’
consideration, revision, and approval.
With appreciations to all the members, the volunteers,
and professional support, the organization is wellprepared for the future.
Eighteen actors and dozens of tech, backstage and
production crew brought this original play to life in the
Charles Bloom Theatre thanks to the BCAC grant
received previously and local business sponsors. A
legacy of props and costumes are in storage for future
use or as installed art pieces. A new theatre group has
been talked about for years and now has set its first
meeting set mid-January.
Thank you to again to the MAC Board of Directors for
their tireless devotion and commitment to making
things happen, the community, our funders RDNO and
White Valley Parks Rec and Culture, our volunteers,
instructors, participants, spectators and to our
members who keep arts alive in our community. It has
been an honour for me to serve as the President and
Chair for the past two years.
Respectfully submitted,
Perhaps one of MAC’s most rewarding contributions is
our scholarship in the school district for graduating
students, made possible through generous donations by
MAC artists. This year two one-act play producers at
Charles Bloom were the successful recipients.
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Lorelei Fiset
President, Monashee Arts Council
November 25, 2015.
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February 25, 2016 - Item G.1
Report
White Valley Parks, Recreation & Culture Advisory Committee
To:
From: Dave Manson, Superintendent of Public Works, Parks & Recreation
Date:
December 2015
Re:
Lumby Curling Club Monthly Report
• Any Unscheduled Closures:
•
Unscheduled significant maintenance/repairs:
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•
None
Any issues/concerns raised by facility users:
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•
Modern Energy
o Added 50 Lbs. of R-22 refrigerant- leaks of refrigerant have been identified,
repairs to system leaks are required once the refrigeration plant is shut down
o Install new oil failure control for refrigeration plant
Work done by outside contractors:
-
•
None
None
Other:
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WHITE VALLEY PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURE ADVISORY COMMITTEE - REGULAR AGENDA
February 25, 2016 - Item G.1
Operations
Update
White Valley Parks, Recreation & Culture Advisory Committee
To:
From: Dave Manson, Superintendent of Public Works, Parks & Recreation
Date:
January 2016
Re:
Pat Duke Memorial Arena Monthly Operations Update
•
Any Unscheduled Closures:
-
•
Schedule of events held at Pat Duke Memorial Arena:
-
•
Low-E ceiling repairs – 2 seems that had separated were glued back together
Lumby & District Minor Hockey banners on South gable wall repaired &
straightened as well a new Canada flag was installed.
Work done by outside contractors:
-
•
None
General Maintenance
-
•
Regular weekly ice user groups
Jan 16-17 - Female Bantam/Midget Tournament
Jan 23-24 – Novice Tournament
Jan 30 – Initiation Tournament
Unscheduled significant maintenance/repairs:
-
•
None
Modern Energy
o Final inspection of new gas detection system
o Refrigeration plant safety controls tested and calibrated
Any issues/concerns raised by facility users:
-
None
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WHITE VALLEY PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURE ADVISORY COMMITTEE - REGULAR AGENDA
February 25, 2016 - Item G.1
Report
To:
White Valley Parks, Recreation & Culture
From: Dave Manson, Superintendent of Public Works, Parks & Recreation
Date: February 12, 2016
Re:
•
White Valley Community Centre Monthly Report
Any unscheduled closures:
-
•
Preventative Maintenance completed:
-
•
None
Work done by outside contractors:
-
•
Painting of entrance hall – touch ups
Cleaning of unnecessary items kept from previous weddings or functions
Unscheduled significant maintenance/repairs:
-
•
None.
Joyce’s Sign & Auto Graphics – Front vestibule window - ORL decal installed
Issues/concerns raised by facility users:
-
None
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WHITE VALLEY PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURE ADVISORY COMMITTEE - REGULAR AGENDA
February 25, 2016 - Item G.1
•
Schedule of events held at the Community Centre:
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•
Jan 3 Memorial Tea
Jan 5 Lumby Lions
Jan 9 Youth Birthday
Jan 10 Lumby Minor Hockey Meeting
Jan 12 Lumby Toastmasters
Jan 13 White Valley Resource Centre Board Meeting
Jan 16 Lumby Minor Hockey Female Tournament Hospitality Room
Jan 17 PALS
Jan 18 Memorial
Jan 19 Adventures in Cooking
Jan 19 Lumby Lions
Jan 21 Good Food Box
Jan 21 Lumby and District Health Services Winter Driving Presentation
Jan 23 PALS
Jan 23 Lumby Minor Hockey Novice Tournament Hospitality Room
Jan 24 PALS
Jan 24 Memorial
Jan 25 Lumby and District Health Services Meeting
Jan 26 Lumby Toastmasters
Jan 28 Christian Church Social Club Meat Pie Fundraiser
Jan 29 Christian Church Social Club Meat Pie Fundraiser
Jan 30 Lumby Minor Hockey Initiation Tournament Hospitality Room
List of new programs started plus registration numbers for each program:
Programs
- Homeschool Recreation -15
- Mini Movers- 5
- Craft and Cooking- 10
- Fitness- AM Cardio Blast/Functional Fitness, Low Impact – 10-14 per session
80/20 Contractors
- Valley Canine Dog Training- 9
List of programs offered that did not run:
- For the Boyz
- Girlz Power
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Notes:
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Storage is becoming an ever increasing concern, user groups are trying to utilize
more space to keep items at the centre. Exploration of what we can provide to
accommodate groups while trying to purge and declutter areas is ongoing.
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