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Story Time at the Thompson Public Library runs Thursdays and Saturdays at 10:30. Drop in for stories and a craft.
Concerts in the Park run every Friday from July 7th to September 1st from noon to 1 pm at MacLean Park. VRCC lobby in case of rain.
Congratulations to the winner of 102.9 CHTM'S Summer Sizzle Grand Prize. Blaine Prince won a Broil King barbecue from Stittco Utilities, a 20-pound tank of propane and food for a great party!
E-Waste disposal is available every Saturday from 8 am - 4 pm at the Waste Disposal Grounds now until October 28th. No charge.
Take your grass clippings and leaves to the compost site beside the Public Works yard on Seal Road. Open 24 / 7.
Steps to Success offers Keyboarding every Friday from 9 am - 4 pm. For info or to register call 677-5016.
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes Fund Raiser is September 16th at noon at the YWCA. For info contact Nina Cordell at 778-1209 or ywcawcoffice@mymts.net
Terry Fox Run takes place on Sunday September 17th at the VRCC. Registration is at noon, run starts at 1 pm. Registrations forms willl soon be available around Thompson or go online to terryfox.org
Learn Job Search Skills with Steps to Success from 12:10- 12:50pm Monday to Friday @ the YWCA. These drop in classes are free. For info, call 204-677-5016.
100 Women Who Care's next quarterly meeting is on Wednesday, September 13th. It will be held at the Meridian Hotel starting at 6:30. Current members are encouraged to bring new members.
The Thompson Local News


With fall just around the corner and winter not far behind, construction season here in Thompson is almost over.

 

Speaking on City beat on 102.9 CHTM late last week, Mayor Dennis Fenske gave an update on the various projects happening throughout the city. He said that paving is currently underway on three projects: the multi-use path on Princeton Drive, Selkirk Avenue, and a section of Campbell Drive.

 

Fenske added that all paving projects should be done by mid-September if the weather cooperates.

 

With regards to the new $30M waste water treatment plant, the Mayor said that they are still on the foundation phase of the project, which he said they expect to last for a while longer.

 

Mayor Fenske also addressed the Beaver / Staghorn / Deerwood area, saying that now that work is complete, the City will be sending in street sweepers to clean up from the extensive work that was completed over the summer months.

 

City Beat is a weekly show that occurs Thursdays on 102.9 CHTM at 11:30 CST. If you have a question you would like answered by the Mayor (or a representative from city hall should the Mayor not be available), you can email them in advance to CHTMNEWS@Arcticradio.ca or by calling the stations’ on-air line 1 (204) 677-8181 during the show.

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