Upcoming Events

Go ALL-IN for CLGW – Poker Tournament Fundraiser

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Texas Hold’em Poker Tournament in support of Community Living Guelph Wellington

Join Community Living Guelph Wellington in this afternoon filled with fun and poker competition. All proceeds support CLGW.

Saturday November 10th, 2018

Registration starts at 11:00am

Tournament starts at 12:00pm

Guelph Curling Club (816 Woolwich Street, Guelph, ON)

Format: $40.00 per ticket. All ticket money paid out to top 6 players. During the first hour, unlimited $20.00 re-buys are allowed, which will be counted as a donation for CLGW. At the first break, players will also be able to stack up for $20.00 (2000 in chips) or $40.00 (5000 in chips), as an additional donation.

Refreshments and food will be available for purchase at the bar.

For information and tickets, please contact Chris Clark at cclark@clgw.ca or Lynn Frost-Arcand at lfrostarcand@clgw.ca

See, share and download the flyer here.

PassportONE Information Events

Community Living Guelph Wellington, and Community Living Dufferin are hosting PassportONE Information Events

PassportONE Information Events, Passport, CLGW, developmental disability, disabilityDid you recently receive a PassportONE Package in the Mail? Do you have questions like…

  • What is PassportONE?
  • What forms do I need to complete and send back?
  • What can I spend the funding on?
  • How do the new invoicing forms work?
  • How do I register a support worker?
  • Who do I contact if I have questions?

CLGW and CLD will be hosting information events from now until the end of March to help answer your questions and make sure you’re benefiting from the new package.

Check and download the flyer for all dates and times.

Paul Turner named Special Olympics Provincial Coach of the Year

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Congratulations Paul on being named 2018 Ontario Special Olympics Coach of the Year

Last week, Paul Turner was celebrated in Toronto, as Ontario’s Male Coach of the Year. Paul has been a major influence in Special Olympics floor hockey and softball over his many years, including 2009 and 2016 World Games appearances, where both teams won silver medals.

His involvement with Special Olympics began 39 years ago, after he witnessed a bullying situation that really bothered him outside of his local YMCA. He was inspired to combine his love of sport and his respect for all people, and decided to volunteer for Special Olympics and help coach programs where athletes could participate in a fun and inclusive environment.

He has inspired many athletes along his long tenure of coaching.

Congratulations Paul. Absolutely well deserved!

2018 Holiday Dinner & Dance

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Save the date and get your tickets by November 2nd!

The Community Living Guelph Wellington Christmas Dinner & Dance has been set for Friday November 23, 2018, at the Hanlon Convention Centre at 340 Woodlawn Road West, Unit 26, Guelph.  Doors open at 5:00 & Dinner will be served at 6:00 sharp.  Dinner will be fresh rolls/butter, garden salad, golden roasted turkey with stuffing, gravy and cranberry sauce, potato and seasonal vegetable, dessert, coffee/tea.  Again this year, pop will not be included, however, if you want to buy your own pop or juice, it will be $2.00 each.

All tickets are $30.00 each.  Unfortunately, tickets are not free this year.  Tickets are on sale now.

You can buy tickets from Joanne, located on the first floor of the Admin Building or you can order them at: JoanneThorburn@clgw.ca

The deadline for the sale of tickets is November 2, 2018.  TICKETS are not available after November 2 and there are a limited amount of tickets available, so please don’t wait until the last minute and be disappointed.

Parking is free at the Hanlon Convention Centre.

Please circle Friday November 23 on your calendars now, as this party is fast approaching.

See and download the original memo flyer here.


2018 Poinsettia Sale Cancelled

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Over the past 12 years, we have been pleased to offer our Annual Poinsettia Sale. However, due to unforeseen circumstances this year, we are unable to hold the Poinsettia Fundraiser.

We are tremendously grateful for all of the support we have received over the years, all of which has significantly enriched the lives of people supported by CLGW.

We hope to offer the sale again next year.

See the original letter here.