EMR POSITION (Casual Call-in)
Woody Point, NL
Training Course Date: March 17-31
Tryco Ambulance is looking for an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) to work casually with our ambulance service. Duties include patient care as outlined by NOCP for an EMR, participation in training & quality control and other assigned tasks. The selected applicant will attend the Emergency First Responder course at the College of the North Atlantic in Stephenville. Cost of course/meals/lodging will be provided. The successful applicant will then challenge the Newfoundland & Labrador Provincial Medical Oversight EMR exam.
Applicant must be 18 years of age and must live within a ten minute drive of Woody Point Medical Clinic/Pager range.
Resumes must be received by 4:00PM March 7th, 2014.
Please submit a resume/questions by email to email@example.com or in person to:
4 Crawley’s Cove Road
Bonne Bay, NL A0K 1P0
Thank you to all who apply.
55 Maple Valley Road, Corner Brook, NL, A2H 6T3
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Notice of Election Results
The seven Councillors of the Town of Woody Point were officially sworn in on Thursday, September 12, 2013. These seven Councillors were elected by acclamation on September 3, 2013 therefore there will be no Municipal Election for the Town of Woody Point.
At this time, a secret ballot was held to determine the position(s) of Mayor and Deputy Mayor. The results are as follows:
J Blanchard, Returning Officer
I would like to provide you with a small list of do’s and don’ts for garbage placement at the curb.
- No metals to be placed at the curb. If you have metal waste there is a drop-off site next to the Town Hall in Woody Point where you can drop off your metals such as washers, dryers, hot water tanks, fridges, etc. This drop-off site is for the residents of Woody Point only.
- If you have large items such as old beds, bureaus, couches, wooden tables, chairs, etc. the contractor will take these at the curb with the regular garbage.
- The contractor will allow boxes and small bags such as kitchen catchers to be placed for pick-up, along with the regular full size garbage bags.
- Please place your garbage at your boundary line.
- The contractor will be providing a 4 yard bin that can be rented by residents and businesses for dumping of construction material on job sites. The cost to rent is $50 per bin load. The contractor will drop the bin off to you and will remove when finished. If the bin has to be dumped before the job is finished it will be dumped on Tuesdays when the contractor is in town.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the town office by telephone 453-2273, by email firstname.lastname@example.org, via the web at www.woodypoint.ca or on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/woody.point.14_____________________________________________________________________________
We are very pleased to announce that funding has been received from New Horizons and Seniors Wellness Committee, through the Safe and Sustainable Communities of Bonne Bay South to create a community garden. We have built 12 boxes (6′ x 12′) for your gardening pleasure. We encourage you to come along and plant some veggies, flowers, whatever you want to plant!!! We will have a watering hose available as well.
There is no cost to book a garden box, all you need are your seeds, fertilizer, and gardening gloves!!!
For further information please contact Jacqueline at 453-2273 or by email email@example.com.
The Buddy Foundation
We have started a foundation for the stray cats in our town..it is called “The Buddy Foundation”…so named for a dog named Buddy who belonged to one of our residents, he recently passed away after 18.5 years, he was a gentle, loving Labrador who had his fair share of run-ins with neighboring cats..lol.
The Buddy Foundation will provide financial assistance to help with the cost of spaying/neutering cats. It will also be used to purchase supplies for the cats, such as materials needed to build a cat shelter/feeding station. Once the shelter is in place the foundation will provide ongoing support.
If anyone would like to volunteer a little of their time to help with checking on the cat shelter/feeding station please call the town office at 709-453-2273. Also if you would like to make a donation please address your donations to “The Buddy Foundation.” Our first donation was actually given by Buddy’s owner, she paid for a female cat spaying in memory of Buddy…Thanks so much Leila and Aiden….greatly appreciated!!!
In regards to payment options, you can drop by the office with a cash donation; send a check or money order; call us and we can process MasterCard or Visa over the phone.
The Bonne Bay Recreation/Rink Committee has implemented a recycling program for beverage containers only. They will be accepting recyclables for drop-off only.
Items can be dropped off at the front door of the rink. The following items can be dropped off for recycling:
Aluminum Cans: Soft drinks, beer, juice and flavoured drinks, and energy drinks.
Plastic Containers: Clear, tinted and opaque soft drinks, water, juice, flavoured drinks, liquor bottles, imported beer, flavoured (strawberry or banana) “twist-and-go” milk containers, and yogurt drinks.
Glass Bottles: Clear, tinted and opaque soft drinks, water, juice, flavoured drinks, liquor bottles, imported beer.
Steel Cans: Small single-serve containers and large juice containers.
Drink Boxes (Tetra): Juice, flavoured drinks and milkshakes (including white, chocolate and flavoured milkshakes), and some alcoholic beverages (like wine and vodka).
Gable Top Containers: Juice and flavoured drinks.
Mini Sips (Drink Pouches): Juice and flavoured drinks pouches.
Bag-in-Box : Bag-in-Box wine (bag only).
For more information please feel free to contact the town office 453-2273.