Andrea is a Program Coordinator at the Jumping Beans Program, a not-for-profit program based in the Kitchener-Waterloo Region. Andrea joined the Network in January 2015 and will be working with the Networking/Education subcommittee.
Chicopee is a not-for profit four season recreation facility in Waterloo Region. In the spring, summer, and fall we offer outdoor school experiences, camps, and events. In the winter, we run ski/boarding programs and activities. Our focus is families and youth. We value health & well being, inclusion, and belonging for all in our community.
The City of Cambridge Community Services Department works to ensure recreation facilities, programs, green spaces and consultation services are provided for the enjoyment and well-being of the citizens of Cambridge. These services ensure that all residents, regardless of their recreational interests, capabilities, or financial status are able to participate.
Ashley Purvis, Coordinator of Athletics
Our Adult Co-ed recreational sports will definitely improve your work/life balance!
Stay fit and have fun with new & old friends while playing any of our following sports:
- Beach & Indoor Volleyball
- Outdoor & Indoor Soccer
- Floor Hockey
- Ultimate Frisbee
Plus, new sports, charity tournaments and social events added every season. With 2000+ male & female members and growing, there's more ways to play at Co-Edge!
Physical activity is one of the most important things that older adult can do to remain healthy and independent.Community Support Connections – Meals on Wheels and More offers a variety of gentle, evidence based exercise classes at accessible community locations throughout Waterloo Region. For those unable to make the group classes, time limited one-on-one in home programs are also available.
Contacts: Gordon Hope, PhD. Gordon is the owner and founder of G. Hope Enterprises. Gordon joined the Network in February 2015 and is working with the Steering Committee.
Certified in home personal trainer and equipment distributor. Educating people on how to make staying active an easier habit to maintain. Increasing participation in sports.
Kendra is currently pursuing her Master's of Nursing with the end-goal of becoming a Nurse Practitioner. Kendra joined the Network in February 2015.