Holiday House Decoration Winner

CPCA Holiday Decorating Contest Winner

We are happy to announce that 234 Cowley won the Champlain Park Holiday House Decorating Contest for the second time yet! It was indeed very hard to beat: the front lawn was decorated with snowmen and nutcrackers and strings of colorful lights. Brightly lit wire candy canes hung on the shrub down the driveway, demonstrating the effort put in by the deserving winners on this amazing display. All storeys of the house, along with the garage and the porch, were also festively decorated in the same manner, delighting most passersby.

We thank all those who participated in the contest, both by decorating their house and by voting for their favorite. You truly contributed to sharing the holiday spirit during these unprecedented times.

We would also like to congratulate the deserving winners. They have won a $50 gift certificate good at a Wellington West business of their choice generously donated by the Wellington West BIA.

Thanks again and happy holidays!!

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Eirene and Nick
chparkevents@yahoo.com

Holiday House Decoration Contest – Reminder

Champlain Park Holiday Decorations Contest

Reminder: Don’t forget to vote for the best holiday decorated house in Champlain Park! You have until Dec 26th to vote by sending the house address to either 1) chparkevents@yahoo.com or 2) texting us at 613-620-6502. The winning house will win a 50$ gift certificate donated by the Wellington West BIA.

[Poster for Holiday Decorations Contest]
2021 Holiday Decorations Contest.pdf

Holiday House Decoration Contest

Champlain Park Holiday Decorations Contest

Decorate your house for the Holidays and win a $50 gift card!

Every family member has a vote!!!

Vote for your favorite Champlain Park house by emailing: 1) your name and 2) the address of the house to chparkevents@yahoo.com

The best decorated house wins a $50 gift card good at any Wellington West business. Thanks to the Wellington West BIA!
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Holiday Decoration Contest Winner

Champlain Park Holiday Decorations Contest

We would like to congratulate the winner of the Champlain Park Holiday Decorations Contest whose efforts were recognized by Champlain Park residents. The winner is 234 Cowley Avenue!!! This house was voted the best decorated by residents of Champlain Park because of the dozens of festive decorations that adorned it: snowmen, strings of lights, toy soldiers, etc…It was not surprising that the Santa stopover won the prize that consists of a $50 gift certificate that can be used at any Wellington West merchant.

[House with strings of lights all over the place and hordes of glowing snowmen on the ground]
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Remic Beach Ice Pond

From Daniel Buckles:

Dan Wilcock (resident RiverKeeper representative), and others know how to make the most of water and ice on Remic Beach in our neighbourhood. A nature-based rink along the Ottawa river, with a great photo featured on CBC News:

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/ottawa/covid19-ottawa-coronavirus-symptoms-information-dec-24-1.5853900

Holiday House Decoration Contest – Reminder

Last week for you to vote on the best decorated house!!!

You have until December 26th to vote for the house in Champlain Park with your favourite holiday decorations. Everyone can vote, big and small!

To vote email Nick at xenosn@yahoo.com this week with the address of the house that you think has the best decorations.

The house with the most votes wins a 50$ gift certificate to any business in West Wellington. The prize was generously donated by the West Wellington BIA.

[Holiday Decorating Contest Poster, Landscape, Bilingual]

Community Bonfire Wrap-up

We had our third and well attended Community Bonfire this past Saturday. The weather was a nice +4C and sunny – the move to later in February was a good choice.

Lots of people around on a fine warm 4C day. Photo: AGMS

First, thanks go to community event organizers Jim Cocks and Bill Baggs. They set it up and did most of the work.

Bill puts on a new tree to make some giant flames. Photo: SP Malone.

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