“Delivering news and information. At home and around the world.” · “Des nouvelles d'ici et de partout ailleurs.”www.cfbtrenton.comServing 8 Wing/CFB Trenton 8e escadre/BFC Trenton August 31, 2007 Volume 42 Issue Number 33 Groundbreaking for new 8 Wing Air Traffic Control towerby Amber GoodingContact StaffPhoto: Cpl David Hardwick, 8 Wing ImagingBGen EldrenThuen, Deputy Commander Mission Support, liftsthe first spade of sod, officialy marking the start of constructionon the new control tower at 8 Wing Trenton. Also pictured areMaj Donnie Munroe, WATCO (left) and LCol David Murphy,Acting Wing Commander and A3 OPS O (right).A sod turning ceremony washeld on August 29, to markthe beginning of construction on 8 Wing/CFBTrenton’s new Air TrafficControl tower.The new tower will belocated on North PerimeterRoad, on the far north sideof the base, just past theEngine Test Cell buildingand just before the entranceof the 8 Wing/CFB TrentonGolf Course.The new location waschosen based on runwaysand flight patterns of themany aircraft that travel toand from Trenton on a dailybasis.Where the tower is currently located, there are runways to the north, air pattern traffic to the south andthe air traffic controllers areconstantly having to lookback and forth when itshould in fact be a panoramain front of them. The newlocation puts air traffic controllers in the centre of allactivity.The bid for constructionof the tower was won byTrenton-basedMirtrenContractors Limited.The cost of the project isestimated at 10.2 millionand is expected to be completed in the winter of 2008,with a projected occupancydate of spring 2009.Brigadier-General E.B.Thuen,DeputyCommanderMissionSupport at 1 Canadian AirDivision in Winnipeg, wason-site today to offer a fewthoughts about this leg of 8Wing/CFB Trenton’s revitalization process.“Trenton is the place tobe, where things are happening,” said BGen Thuen.“The new tower willenhance the effectiveness ofAir Traffic Control with thenew location and by replacing outdated technologyand equipment.”The current tower, asidefrom being housed in thelower right hand corner ofthe north side of the base, isaging and no longer meetscurrent or future operationalrequirements. The newtower, which is being builtin accordance with NAVCanada standards, willaccommodate the needs ofair traffic control. The existing tower will be demolished once vacated.NAVCanadaisCanada’s private, non-sharecapital corporation thatowns and operates Canada’scivil Air Navigation Service(ANS). With operationscoast to coast, NAV Canadaprovides Canada’s air trafficcontrol, flight information,weather briefings, aeronau-tical information, airportadvisory services and electronic aids to navigation.The need to ensure safeair operations, upgradeTrenton’s aging infrastructure, and support the newlyacquired aircrafts has necessitated a significant numberof infrastructure improvements and additions to beimplementedat8Wing/CFB Trenton.Construction of the newAir Traffic Control tower ispart of two ‘firsts’ of manyprojects planned for 8Wing/CFB Trenton overthe next few years. Thereconstruction of two existing taxiways and an expansion of the northeast rampspace will also take place toprovide four parking areas inpreparation for the newCC-177 Globemaster IIIsthat will be permanentlybased out of 8 Wing/CFBTrenton.Historic first CC-177 Globemaster III operational missionby Maj Andy CoxheadIn its first-ever operationalrole, Canada's new CC-177Globemaster III deliveredmore than 32 tonnes ofhumanitarian aid to the victims of Hurricane Dean inJamaica on August 23,2007."It's an historic day,"saidMajorJeanMaisonneuve, the AircraftCommander. "This first 32tonnes of aid begins a legacyof helping others that willperhaps total over hundredsof millions of pounds overthe lifetime of the aircraft."This historic first mission, carrying jerrycans,pails and tarpaulins, leftTrenton around 3:00 pm onAugust 23 and arrived backin Trenton completelyunloaded some 12 hourslater."Five thousand familieswill be helped by the supplies 429 Squadron hasdelivered today, said DenisKingsley,HighCommissioner of Canada toJamaica, who met the aircraft on arrival in Jamaica.“The capacity to get therequested aid here in a timely manner was and is crucial. Bringing what is needed and asked for by those inneed are fundamentalhumanitarian aid effortsand Canada and the CFhave risen admirably to thechallenge."For those folks whohave been working in theworld of air mobility, thiswas just another day."When you work in airmobility, all you have to dois watch the internationalnews to map out what youare going to be doing in thecoming days,” said Maj JohnLatulippe, First Officer.“We were preparing for thismission long before we wereofficiallytaskedandrequested to do it.”Canada took possessionof the first of four CC-177Globemaster IIIs less thantwo weeks before this historic mission, on August 9,2007.The strategic airliftcapacity of the C-17 willensure the Canadian Forcescan quickly move heavyequipment,supplies,humanitarian aid, or passengers over long distances,when and where needed inCanada or overseas.Photo: Sgt Kevin Mac Aulay, Combat CameraMembers of 429 Squadron, Mobile Air Movements (MAM) 8 Wing\CFB Trenton, andJamaican Red Cross workers unload humanitarian aid provided by the CanadianInternational Development Agency (CIDA) and the Canadian Red Cross at theKingston, Jamaica Airport.

August 31, 2007The Contact 2NewsSecond Language Training ProgramADM (HR-Civ) DGLPDDid you know that DND offers asecond language training (SLT)program for civilian employees?DND's Corporate SecondLanguage Training Program isfunded and managed by theDirector General Learning andProfessionalDevelopment(DGLPD). It is an organizationwithin ADM (HR-CIV) whichoffers developmental, skill maintenance and exam preparationcourses in both Official Languagesto indeterminate civilian employees who need to build their bilingual capabilities.Training is offered not only inthe National Capital Region butalso on bases across the country.There are three part-time trainingsessions per year; each trainingsession lasts 10 weeks, with twothree-hour classes per week. Fulltime training is delivered throughout the year.Are you interested in participating in the SLT program? If so,you need to be nominated to theprogram by your organization viaDGLPD's call letter, which wassent out in early July 2007. Makeyour interest known by includingsecond language training on yourPersonal Learning Plan, by discussing your interests with yourmanager, and by consulting withyour training coordinator.Participating in the SLT program requires a serious commitment from both the employee andthe manager. Depending on theemployee's initial skill level,acquiring proficiency in a secondlanguage can take over half of ayear on a full-time basis, and several years on a part-time basis.Also, learning a second language is more than just takingclasses, it is finding ways to use itin your daily life through talking,reading and writing. If you havethe time, the energy and the support from your manager, maybenow is the time to learn a new language!For information regarding theSLT program, please contactSylvia Raider, SLT [email protected] or byphone at 613-996-3493.TRY A NEW LOCATION FOR YOURSQUADRON’S NEXT CHRISTMAS PARTYWe have openings availableOccasions By The Bay is in the perfect location to hostyour next Christmas Party, Corporate Function, TeamMeetings, Wedding, Family Reunion, Organizationalgathering or any other special occasion.It is our goal to make your event one to remember.Seating for over 200Shuttle Service & Wheelchair accessibleOne event per dayKaren Lynn RoutlyLe programme de formationen langue secondeSMA (RH-Civ) DGAPPdu gestionnaire. Selon le niveauinitial de l'employé, la maîtrised'une deuxième langue peut prendre plus de six mois à temps pleinet quelques années à temps partiel.L'apprentissage d'une deuxième langue est également plusqu'un simple cours; il faut trouverdes façons de l'utiliser dans sa viequotidienne en parlant, en lisantet en écrivant dans l'autre langue.Si vous avez le temps, l'énergie etle soutien de votre gestionnaire, ilest peut-être temps d'apprendreune nouvelle langue!Pour obtenir d'autres renseignements concernant le programme de formation en langueseconde, communiquez avecSylvia Raider, gestionnaire duprogramme de formation enlangue seconde, par courriel, àl'adresse [email protected],ou par téléphone, au 613-9963493.WING LOGISTICS & ENGINEERINGPICTURE OF THE WEEKCpl Vince Travers, a technicianwith the WTISS MACS (MilitaryAeronautical CommunicationSystem) Maintenance Team,adjusts the radio teletypemodem on operator console #2 at the receiver site. The MACSReceiver Site is located inCarrying Place, south ofTrenton, and the remote transmitter site is located at PointPetrie. The MACS operatorsand technicians keep communication channels open for anyCF flight requiring flight following (tracking), weather information, landline patches, communication services, as well asproviding information to civilian aircraft as required. 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Il y atrois séances de formation à tempspartiel par année, soit deux coursde trois heures par semaine, pendant dix semaines. La formation àtemps plein est offerte toute l'année.Vous aimeriez participer auprogramme de formation enlangue seconde? Si oui, il vous fautêtre recommandé pour le programme par votre organisation enutilisant la lettre d'appel envoyéeau début du mois de juillet 2007.Manifestez votre intérêt eninscrivant la formation en langueseconde dans votre plan d'apprentissage personnel, en discutant devos intérêts avec votre gestionnaireet en consultant votre coordonnateur de formation.La participation à un programme de formation en langueseconde exige un engagementsérieux de la part de l'employé etCorporate Manager & Dining Room Co-OrdinatorSmitty’s has been keeping customers happy for 28 years in the appliancebusiness. This proves Smitty has the Best Price, Selection, Guarantee,Quality & Price plus Same Day delivery, seven days a week. 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The Contact 3August 31, 2007NewsTIME IS RUNNING OUT!VISITING FROM NEW ZEALANDSee dealer for details.Last chance for the bestprices of the year !!!!See all of our new and pre-owned inventory at www.spelmer.comAll our new vehicles are on our website with 18 pictures andEMPLOYEE PRICES including FREIGHT charges.NO OTHER DEALER MAKES IT THAT EASY !!!!Or come in and see all of our VEHICLES that are windshield priced.MILITARY PERSONNEL RECEIVE 10% DISCOUNTON SERVICE, PARTS AND ACCESSORIES.Thanks from all of us at Spelmer Chrysler.Highway 33 just South of 401Trenton, 613-394-3945Search & RescueUPDATE424 Squadron’s Search and Rescue was tasked eight times since the last article. The Griffon was involved in five missions and the Hercules was responsible for three.Late Friday evening, the Griffon was tasked to search for a missing person on Burnt Island near Killarney Provincial Park. The weather was poorinitially when the crew arrived on scene. Two SAR-Techs were inserted afterthe person was found waving a flag. The individual was then hoisted andhanded over to the OPP.The next day, the Griffon was tasked to go back to the Killarney area tosearch for an overdue boat. The crew was forced to land in Muskoka due toa heavy frontal line of thunderstorms. The weather did not improve and theceiling and visibility dropped quickly which made a search impossible.Rescue 419 was forced to return to Trenton.On the weekend, the Griffon was required to search an area south ofConsecon for two missing swimmers. Nothing was found after conductinga thorough shore crawl and search of the open water. Later that day, theHercules was tasked to search for an overdue aircraft in the Saginaw BayArea. The US Coast Guard tasked the crew to return back to Trenton afterno sign of the target aircraft was detected.The Hercules was then tasked again on Monday to investigate an ELT inthe Brockville area. An electronic search was conducted by an expandingsquare at 10,000 feet. Nothing was heard or picked up.The next day, the Griffon was required to investigate a possible personin-water on the lower Niagara River. The tasked area was effectively coveredwith illumination from the moon, however, nothing was found.Early in the morning on Wednesday, the Hercules was tasked for a searchfor an overdue helicopter near Cochrane. Local authorities found the targetaircraft before the crew arrived on scene.Until next time, stay safe.Missions for 2007: 155 Missions for Aug.: 35Persons rescued: 24ATESS hosted visitors from New Zealand August 20-21, 2007 as part ofthe Canada-New Zealand exchange (CANZEX) for the purposes of investigating how we do business with carbon fibre and other composites andwhat capabilities ATESS / the Canadian Forces (CF) have. As a third linefacility experienced with prototyping, designing, modifying, and developing parts and equipment, ATESS was able to share and compare howwe do business with the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF). Althoughthe RNZAF is a smaller air force, there were many similarities and muchinformation that was shared. In the very near future, the RNZAF will bebringing the NH90 helicopter on line, which uses mostly compositestructure. The CF are also very interested in our composite abilities as theCC-177 has many composite parts which will require ATESS expertise aswell. With the progression to more aircraft using composite structures,the composite capabilities of ATESS, and other air forces, will becomemore highly required.The Canada - New Zealand Exchange (CANZEX) is a short visit programto promote cooperation and understanding between the participants,through a variety of activities. Each nation annually evaluates its needsbased on training and information-sharing opportunities offered by theother nation. The program is managed by a National CoordinatingAuthority (NCA) with assistance by representatives in the ECs and someL1 organizations. For further information contact the NCA: LCdr SusanChapman, SO International Training 2, at SJS/Director Training andLessons Learned; [email protected]

The Contact 4August 31, 2007Opinion / EditorialThe Contact NewspaperThe CONTACT is an unofficial publication of 8 Wing/CFB Trenton.The CONTACT is a weekly military newspaper that provides accurateand timely coverage of issues and events at and affecting Canada’s largestand busiest air base — 8 Wing / CFB Trenton. We are the primary internal and external communications tool for 8 Wing / CFB Trenton andbegan publishing in November, 1940. We strive to build awareness, moraleand ‘esprit de corps’ among both the military and civilian communities.Itis our priviledge to showcase the efforts of the men and women of theCanadian Forces at work. The Editor reserves the right to edit copy andreject advertising to suit the needs of the publication. Views expressed arethose of the contributor unless expressly attributed to DND, CF or otheragencies. In case of typographical error, no goods may be sold and difference charged to this newspaper whose liability is limited to a refund of thespace charged for the erroneous item. Published every Friday with thekind permission of Colonel M.J. Hood, CD, Commander, 8 Wing / CFBTrenton.The Contact StaffEditor-in-Chief: Capt Nicole MeszarosManaging Editor: Andrea SteinerReporter/Photographer: Amber GoodingAdvertising Production Asst: Adriana SheahanAdvertising Sales: Patricia MackieBookkeeper: Marilyn MironCirculation: Keith CleatonTranslator/Proofreader: Sgt Louise FaganPSP Manager: John SnyderSubscriptions: First Class postage charge 65.00 per year for inside Canada, 130.00 forinternational.Guidelines for submissions:ARTICLES AND PHOTOSThe CONTACT delivers news and information about 8 Wing / CFBTrenton; at home and around the world. We depend on you and our military community for articles, personal stories and photos. We work hard,with a limited staff, to bring you a quality weekly newspaper. You can helpconsiderably by following these guidelines on preparing your submissionsfor the paper: Articles should be typed in upper and lower case and in plain blacktext. Don’t worry about formatting with underlines, bolds, italics, colours,etc. Acronyms should be spelled out on first reference, and then abbreviated when referred to thereafter. Do not include clip-art or graphics within your typed pages. Additionalgraphics/logos may be sent as separate files. Articles may be mailed, e-mailed ([email protected]) or deliveredin person. Non e-mail submissions should be saved in rich text format(.rtf ) or as “text only” on a disc and accompanied by a hard copy of yourarticle. Articles must include author’s full name, unit and phone #. Wherever possible, photos should be included with your article. Includeyour name and caption on the back of each photo, and number multiplephotos. Electronic photos should be saved in either a jpeg or tiff formatat a high resolution,to ensure quality reproduction.Jpeg-Maximum (8X10), 300 dpi Please label all disks and hard copies with article name, contact personand phone numbers, date. ARTICLES MUST BE RECEIVED BY TUESDAY AT NOONPRIOR TO PRINT DATE AT THE CONTACT OFFICE.Letters to the Editor:Internet: [email protected]: Steiner [email protected]@TrentonAll letters and editorials must be signed and the name of the authorwill be published, unless otherwise requested. Include a phone number for verification. We reserve the right to edit while preserving themain objective of the writer. We cannot guarantee that any particularletter will be printed. Mail, e-mail, fax or drop in person to theContact office. Please refer to the information at the bottom of thepage for how to reach us.A MilitaryCommunityNewspaperThe Contact newspaper is a Personnel Support Programs (PSP) entity .Our newspaper relies almost solely on revenuesgenerated through advertising and sponsorships.The ContactWing Headquarters Building Annex8 Wing / CFB TrentonPO Box 1000, Station ForcesASTRA, ON K0K 3W0Editorial: 613-392-2811 Ext. 7005 Fax: 613-965-7490Advertising: 613-392-2811 Ext. 7008LETTER Canadiana Cr osswordI would like to pass on tothe Trenton Militarycommunity my thanksand appreciation.On August 13 Ipicked up my kids fromthe MFRC Daycare andproceeded out to theparking lot to find thatmy car wouldn’t start. AsI was on the phone withCAA, which I had purchased only one weekprior to cover me whilemyhusbandwasdeployed, my son’s daycare provider stopped toentertain my kids andanother gentleman triedto boost my car.Thecarstartedbriefly and I was able todrive it 300 metresbefore it died again and Iwas forced to phoneCAA. During the 50minutes that I waited attheintersectionofBreadner Rd and CurtisRd (PMQ area) for thetow truck to arrive, 16different cars stopped tosee if they could helpeither with a lift, cellphone or place to stayand wait. I should alsomention that I was not inuniform.I just wanted toexpress my gratitude toall that stopped to offertheir help and let themknow that the gesturewas greatly appreciatedand recognized.Thank you,MJ McLeanLtHCAThis Week in1977 - Shortly before noon on August 31, a group of insurgents attempting to overthrow the government used a mortar to destroy an aircraft trying to take off in a counter-move to defeat the rebels. The incident tookplace before scores of onlookers who watched as both plane and pilot meta fiery end. Fortunately, the action was not part of an attempt to overthrowour government, but was an action from a Hollywood released movie titled"COUP D'ETAT."1987 - 8 Wing/CFB Trenton hosted the 1987 Ontario Region TennisChampionships, with the home-based team comprised of four men andtwo women representing the base. All matches were pro-set to nine andwere held on 8 Wing's three main tennis courts, which at the time werelocated behind the south side Rec Centre (today's south side Gymnasium).1997 - One of the scariest situations to happen to young parents is to findthat one of their children is missing, which is exactly what one MiddletonPark couple was facing. Within minutes, several neighbours and friendsconducted a thorough search of the immediate areas with no luck. With aquick response from the Military Police, Wing Fire Hall and several residences to render assistance, the search was extended and with just over onehour into the ordeal a small voice came from a corner of a tent trailer andthe child was found. She had been taking a nap and was rubbing the 'sleepaway from her eyes' when she was located.Created by Lt J. H. MacDonald,Compiled by Amber Gooding.

The Contact 5August 31, 2007News8 Wing’s very own speed racer at Brighton Speedwayby 2Lt Marc Velasco,Public Affairs OfficerWarrant Officer ( WO)Patrick Monsigneur has theneed for speed. It runs inhis blood. His father alsoraced as a hobby and so theWO grew up around thepits.This past weekend WOMonsigneur competed atBrighton Speedway in theCrabby Joe’s 07 car for theCanadianModified(IMCA) Series. It is hissecond year of racing inthis series and sixth sincehe got involved in his passion. Last year he won theseries rookie of the year.This weekend’s race wasstaged as “The Race for theCure” in support of theCanadian Cancer Societyand the Canadian ForcesSoldier On Program. Theirgoal this year is to raise 10,000.WO Monsigneur isalways looking for differentagencies to support and theCanadian Cancer Societyalready has an establishedrelationship with the track.Support for the Soldier OnProgram came about whileWO Monsigneur was onhis ILQ course and hethought it to be a worthwhile cause.The program, still in itsinfancy, has been designedto support soldiers seriously injured during conflictby providing prosthetic andathletic equipment andtraining to allow these personnel to compete insports.As for the race itself, theCrabby Joe’s 07 car wasable to complete 36 laps ofWO Patrick Monsigneur, seen here with the Crabby Joe’s 07 car for the Canadian Modified (IMCA) Series, is a regularcompetitor at the Brighton Speedway.a 40-lap race after suffering and manager, his wife, WOa damaged bolt on the f ront Carol Monsigneur, who issuspension. Despite the currently deployed to Campmechanical troubles, WO Mirage with the MilitaryMonsigneur was still able Support Squadron (MSS).to compete with the top 10 “Her not being on the teamhas been a detriment,”f ront runners.WOPatThat is the type of sea- commentsson it has been for this Monsigneur.WO Monsigneur looksspeed racer, suffering severalmechanicalfailures forward to 8 Wing’s particthroughout the season. A ipation at next year’s “Racetestament to his skill on the for the Cure.”You can find him at therace track, WO Monsigneurwon the only race he has race track every Saturdayfinished this season. He f rom September 8 – 22.puts partial blame on the Come on out to Brightonabsence of the team owner Speedway and show yourWO Patrick Monsigneur2 GreatManySubdivisionsClosetotheBaseplans to choose from, prices starting at 209,900TrentonFrankford1477 Sq. Ft.1814 Sq. Ft.Frankford1522 Sq. Ft.Sample PhotoSunshine Lane (off Parkview Heights.) 299,900Kyle Court (off Huffman Rd.) 227,900Kyle Court (off Huffman Rd.) 229,900393 Sidney Street, Belleville 613.962.4600

August 31, 2007The Contact 6Fitness, Sports & RecreationRecPlex Hours of OperationEffective September 22, 2007The following information is in regards to theRecPlex hours of operation and is effective as ofSeptember 22, 2007.Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.Saturday: *8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.*Only open at 8:30 am during the Fall, Winter andSpringsession of Red Cross Swim Lessons. Otherwiseopen at noon.Sundays and Holidays: Noon to 4:30 p.m.Upcoming pool closurefor annual maintenanceThe RecPlex Pools will be closed for annualmaintenance during the period Tuesday,September 4, until Thursday, September 20,inclusive. Rec Swims will resume on Saturday,September 22.The following schedule is the ReducedFacility Hours of Operation. During the periodof annual maintenance from September 4 to 20,the facility will be operating at slightly reducedhours as follows:- Weekdays from 8:30 am to 8 p.m.- Saturdays from noon to 8 p.m.- Sundays from noon to 4:00 p.m.For more information please call 392-2811 ext3361.PSP Facility MembershipsNew Memberships went on sale onMonday, August 27,and can be purchased at the RecPlex.During the shut-down period, facility memberships may be purchased as follows:- Weekdays from 9 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.;- Saturdays from 12:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.;- Sundays from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.Community Recreation Association Swim ScheduleMusic Lessons at Riverside Music AcademyWe have 29 teachers teaching a wide range ofinstruments including: violin, piano, keyboard,drums, guitar (electric, bass, acoustic, classical),mandolin & vocal and many more.Come and see for yourself what is available to help you getBACK TO SCHOOL Sheet music & music books, kits, rentals, interest-free offers, etc.Look forward to seeing you soon!34 & 46 Front Street, Trenton, OntarioTel: 613 394 4891 Fax: 613 482 4589Mon. -Fri. 10am-9pm Sat 10am-5pm27 West Front St. StirlingTel: 1 613 395 5184Mon. -Fri. 10am-8pm Sat Email: [email protected] thisnewspaper!LO C A LS E RV I C E SAuto Glass*Antique AutoWeatherstripping*9 Frankford Cres.Trenton613-394-3142The following contains information in regards tothe RecPlex swim schedule, effective September 22,2007.Military Fitness Lane Swims will take place inthe main pool, which is open Monday to Fridayfrom 12:00 p.m. to 1 p.m.Adult Lane Swims will take place in the mainpool, which will be open Monday, Wednesday andFriday mornings from 5:30 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. andagain from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.; Monday toFriday from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.; and onSaturday, Sunday and holidays from 3:00 p.m. to4:00 p.m.Rec Swims will take place in both pools, and willbe open on Monday, Wednesday, and *Fridayevenings from 6:30p.m. to 8:30 p.m. (Please note: OnFriday evenings during the Rec Swim, the bug inflatable will be in the pool and it's super fun); Saturdaysfrom 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. and again from 5:30 to8:00 p.m.; and on Sundays and holidays from 1:00p.m. to 3:00 p.m.Parent and Tot Swims will take place in thewarm-up pool and will be open Mondays,Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30a.m. and again from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.;Monday to Friday from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.; andSaturdays, Sundays and holidays from 3:00 p.m. to4:00 p.m.Seniors Lane Swim, for 55 years and older, willtake place in the main pool, which will be open onMondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 7:05 8:05 a.m., from 8:10 a.m. to 9:10 a.m., and from9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m. Space is limited. Pre-registration is recommended.Therapy Swims will take place in the warm-uppool (shared pool with parent and tot swims), andwill be open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridaysfrom 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.Drop-in fee for non-members is as follows:Military community non-members, 1 (six monthsto five-years-old), 2 (six to 17-years-old), 3 (18years and older); general public 2 (six months tofive-years-old), 3 (six to 17-years-old), 4 (18 yearsand older).Please note: Due to operational commitments,some timings may have to be cancelled on very shortnotice. Please remember that pool rules are in effect atall times. Younger children may be required to pass aswim test in order to swim in the main pool.For more information please call the RecPlexRecreation Association reception desk at 613-3922811 ext. 3361.ANDTRADESClassified Advertising: 613-392-2811 ext 3976Fax: 613-965-7490Email: [email protected] Service/TiresBuilding MaterialCash Advance“YOUR COMPLETE AUTOSERVICE CENTRE”“Buy Where The Builder Buys” Pay day loans Cheque cashing Secured credit cards Phone reconnectToServeYou 2900Air ConditioningService Check-up613-392-1354303 Dundas St. W. 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