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What is Club 90?

Club 90 is a Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program for adults in Elliot Lake and the surrounding area. Through support and sharing, members and staff provide a place to belong, a warm place, where members can achieve new levels of esteem and confidence in an atmosphere of stability and challenge. Everyone has something to offer.

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The Clubhouse

Club 90 uses the clubhouse model to run its activities. The club is organized into the following units:

CAFÉ: Service from the cafe is available at nominal cost to members.
CLERICAL: Members participate in general office operations and publish newsletters.
MAINTENANCE: Members maintain premises and equipment.


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Members and staff are responsible for developing or updating the various skills necessary for the proper operation of the club units. These work habits and abilities will upgrade the members potential and assist in a renewal of self confidence and self reliance.

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Members of Club 90 help prepare a lunch or dinner daily. For a nominal amount, members enjoy a nutricious meal prepared onsite. Check the meal schedule to see what's cooking.


 

 

 

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Club 90

 

Club 90 is open!.

Staff will work on-site and will be available to help you.

For more information, please call (705) 848-2879 and leave a message, or e-mail at mhsupport@nscss.com or
supportmh@nscss.com.

If you are in crisis you can call the crisis line at 705-848-2585.

June Activities

Something different everyday
Please call (705) 848-2879 to find out what is taking place today.


Grace Christian Drop-in Centre
Every Tuesday and Thursday
Grace Christian Centre
Open 9:00 am to 1:00 pm.
Yard Sale thrift store and Game Room open 9:00 am to 12:00 pm.
Lunch served 11:00 am to 12:30 pm.
Cost for lunch:  $6:00 for full meal, dessert and refreshment
Join your friends at Grace Christian Centre for a meal and some social fun.  Activities include pool, as well as board and card games.  Pick up some bargains at the Yard Sale thrift store.  Enjoy a hearty meal with dessert and refreshment for $6:00.  This is a great place to meet and make new friends.

Music Jamming and Karaoke
Every Thursday this month
Begins at 11:00 am.
Join your friends and play, sing or listen to your favourite songs.  If you have a music instrument, bring it along.

Barbeque
Every Friday this month
Parking lot in front of Club 90
Begins at 3:00 pm.
Drop by and buy a hamburger,hot dog or sausage and support Club 90.

National Indigenous People Day
Friday, June 21
Westview Park
11:00 am to 3:30 pm.
We will be at Westview Park to celebrate National Indigenous People Day.  People from the area First Nations will be drumming and dancing in traditional regalia, and conducting smudging ceremonies.  A free lunch, consisting of strawberry salad and three sister soup with scone will be served from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm.  This is a great opportunity to learn about the traditions and culture of our first people.  Please note:  Club 90 will be closed that day.  Bus service is available via Elliot Lake Transit Central Route: bus stop is at Poplar Road and Lakeside Drive, then walk a block to the park.

Heritage Days Street Dance
Friday, June 28
Lower Plaza
Begins at 7:00 pm.
Cost:  $40.00 ($35.00 if tickets purchased before June 15)
Buy tickets at Collins Hall or online at https://thecityofelliotlake.simpletix.ca/
Head downtown to the Heritage Days Street Dance and enjoy some live music.  The concert begins at 7:15 with opening act The Shed Jammers and Illegitimates, followed by the main headliner Dwayne Gretzky.  Purchase your tickets for $40.00 ($30.00 before June 15) at Collins Hall or online at https://thecityofelliotlake.simpletix.ca/.  This is a 19+ licensed event.

Outdoor Movies
Saturday, June 29
Westview Park
Show begins at 8:30 pm.
Relive the drive-in movie experience with a pop-up drive-in theatre presented by Komatsu at Westview Park on Saturday, June 29.  Bring your lawn chairs, snacks, drinks and warm clothing, sit back and enjoy the movie beginning at 8:30 pm.  Don't forget the bug spray!

Science Day
Sunday, June 30
Collins Hall
Interactive exhibits:  10:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Science shows begin at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm.
Come over to Collins Hall for some interactive science exhibits from Science North.  Learn everythin about science through interactive displays and experiments.  Scientists from Science North will have science shows beginning at 11:00 am and again at 2:00 pm.  Don't miss it!

Canada Day
Monday, July 1
Spruce Beach and Westview Park
Beach Party:  11:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Fireworks begin at dusk.
Celebrate Canada Day at Spruce Beach with a Beach Party from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.  There will be live entertainment, games, contests, and food.  Then head over to Westview Park to see the fireworks beginning at dusk.  Be patriotic and dress in red and white.

Shopping Trip to Sudbury
Tuesday, July 2
Bus leaves at 8:15 am.
Cost:  $40.00
Buy tickets at A.J. Bus Lines, 2 Charles Walk
Go on a day trip to Sudbury for some shopping.  The bus leaves Elliot Lake at approximately 8:15 am and will stop at Costco, Winners-Homesense, and New Sudbury Shopping Centre.  Purchase tickets for $40:00 at the A.J. Bus Lines office at 2 Charles Walk by Friday, June 28 if you are interested.  For more information, please call Tracey at (705) 848-3013.


Reminder

Club 90 Closed
Friday, June 21 - National Indigenous People Day
Monday, Julu 1 - Canada Day

Meals at Club 90
Meals will be served inside Club 90 at 3:30 pm.  Please call (705) 848-2879 by 12:00 pm to reserve a spot for your meals.  Take-outs will still be available.


Do your part to reduce spreading COVID-19
  • Wash your hands frequently.
  • Avoid travel to areas with high COVID-19 cases.
  • Physical distancing - Stay at least 2 metres (6 feet) from other people.
  • Wear a mask where physical distancing is difficult or not possible, such as on public transit and in stores.
  • Get vaccinated when you are eligible.
  • Get tested if you develop symptoms.
  • Stay home if you are sick.