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Events at Club 90 and in the Community

North Shore Community Support Services hosts a variety of community information activities, fundraisers and special events for Club 90. Activities include the Drag Races, Mental Health Week, and Club 90's summer camp. Check this page to see what is coming up.


News and past events

The Northshore Challenge Drag Races took take place Friday, July 15 to Sunday, July 17.  Club 90 staff and members volunteered at this event with tasks including setting up food stands, cooking, packaging and delivering hot meals and beverages, picking up litter and disposing garbage, and cleaning up the event site.  Special thanks goes to all who helped out at the Drag Races.

Club 90 went on a day trip to Camp Thompson on Wednesday on July 27 and again on August 24.  Activities included games, arts and crafts, swimming, hiking, a boat trip, and a barbeque lunch.  Everyone had a fun time and enjoyed the outdoors.

Lumberjack Days took place over the Civic Holiday weekend on Saturday, July 30 and Sunday, July 31 at Mississagi Provincial Park. Several members from Club 90 either took the bus or got a ride from town to the park to participate in the various activities, lumberjack contests and games, and to go hiking, swimming, and enjoy a pancake breakfast.  One member had also volunteered for the events.  Special thanks goes to the members that participated in Lumberjack Days and who volunteered, and to AJ Bus Lines for providing transportation to the park.

The 2022 Annual General Meeting took place virtually on Tuesday, September 27, 2022.  The agenda included Financial and administrative reports for 2021/2022, Executive Director's report for 2021/2022, and appointing auditors for 2022/2023 will be presented.. A new Board of Directors was elected for 2022/2023.


Upcoming Events

Club 90 is open 1.  Staff will be available on-site by calling (705) 848-2879.

Meals are available inside Club 90.  We still need to follow measures to minimize transmitting COVID-19.  Keeping everyone safe remains our priority.  Meals will be served at 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm with a maximum of 10 persons sitting individually at tables.  Please call (705) 848-2879 by 11:00 am to reserve a spot for your meals.  Take-outs will still be available.

Harvest Kitchen Elliot Lake has started a lunch program at the Legion Hall downtown.  Meals are served on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.  Cost of the meal is a small donation - $1.00, or whatever you are willing to contribute.  No reservations are required.  Just drop in.

The Santa Claus Parade will take place on Friday, December 25.  The parade route is along Ontario Avenue from Brunswick Walk to Hillside Drive N.  The parade gets underway at 7:00 pm and the best places to watch it is at the Upper Plaza and along Ontario Avenue from Columbia Walk to Quebec Road.  After the parade there is a Christmas tree lighting ceremony at City Hall. Come on down and enjoy some pizza, hot dogs, hot chocolate and other refreshments. There will be a Christmas carol sing-a-long and prizes.  Click here for details.

Members of Club 90 can register for Christmas food hampers from now until December 5.  If you like to apply for a Christmas food hamper, please sign up before Dec 5, 2022 at Club 90 or by calling 705-848-2879. Pick-up will be here at Club 90 during the week before Christmas for our Members.

Club 90 has faced many challenges as a result of the  COVID-19 pandemic over the past year, and like many agencies and businesses, had to adapt.  Staff adapted by making outreach calls during  the shutdowns last spring, and again this past winter.  With the help of government funding, food vouchers and gift cards were handed out to Club members to help with grocery purchases, the I-Chef program was initiated in February where members took home pre-packaged ready to cook meal kits, and subsidizing cell phone plans to selected members.  When the Club was open, one-on-one and group sessions took place to help members cope with the stress of COVID-19.  Click here for a full report for the past year.

Check back on this website to find out what is happening. New events are being planned and will be posted as information becomes available. Upcoming activities are also published in the newsletter "Stepping Stones".