Windsor Parkinson Meeting April 24, 2012

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Parkinson home.jpg . . Welcomes Guest Speaker : Jeanette Ware from the Centre for Seniors

Centres for Seniors Windsor
Recreation Centres For Adults 50 +

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Location #1 : Mc Ewan Avenue Centre Location #2 : East Side Centre WFCU
635 McEwan Avenue
Windsor,Ontario N9B 2E9
Tel: (519)254-1108
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm


WFCU Community Centre
8787 McHugh Street,
Windsor, Ontario N8S 0A1,
Tel: (519) 944-1403
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm









Centres for Seniors Windsor



Responsibilities of Membership and code of conduct

Welcome to Centres for Seniors Windsor. People from many different backgrounds share this environment. Centres for Seniors Windsor adheres to the Human Rights Code which declares that "every person has the right to equal treatment without discrimination because of race, ancestry, place of origin, colour, ethnic origin, citizenship, creed, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, family status, handicap or the receipt of public assistance.” All members and visitors of the Centres have the right to be treated with dignity and respect. All members and visitors of the Centres have the responsibility to treat others with dignity and respect. To guide staff, members and volunteers in carrying out their responsibilities and duties in a fair and respectful manner, the Board of Directors has adopted the: Rotary International “4-Way Test” Is it the truth? Is it fair to all concerned? Will it build goodwill and, better friendships? Will it be beneficial to all concerned?

Left to Right
Jeannette Ware
Pat St. Pierre
and Musique Irschick

The Following Activities ARE Not Allowed On Centres For Seniors Windsor Property:

1. Physically or verbally threatening or harassing any person, as defined in the Human Rights and Criminal Codes.

2. Thefts, defacing, damaging, or destroying property in any area belonging to the Centres Association, its visitors or members.

3. Possession or consumption of alcohol outside of events or rentals for which a liquor permit has been obtained.

4. Soliciting, for any purpose, including asking for money, contributions or donations unless such activity has been approved by the Administration or Board of Directors of Centres for Seniors Windsor.

5. Assembling for the purpose of disturbing the public peace or committing any unlawful act in the Centres.

6. Fighting, annoying others through noisy or boisterous activities, or in any other way creating a disturbance which is disruptive or dangerous to others in the recreation or business activities of the Centres.

7. Bringing animals on to Centres property, with the exception of animals in the company of, and trained to assist, physically challenged persons or with the permission of Administration.

8. Posting or distribution of non Centres for Seniors Windsor flyers or notices without prior approval from the Administration of the Centres. Use of any photographic device or audio equipment unless such activity has been approved by the Administration of the Centres, or is taking place at a Centres sponsored special event.

Note: Violations of the code as stated above may will result in that individual's removal from the Centres leased or owned properties and/ or revocation of his/her membership.


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