Building healthy active and creative lifestyles
through sport, culture and recreation.

Sun, Nov 19, 2017

 

Who We Are

The Lakeland District for Sport, Culture and Recreation Inc. is a non-profit volunteer based organization. We exist to facilitate the development of sport, culture and recreation programs and services to the residents of our District. The Lakeland District for Sport Culture and Recreation came into being on April 1, 2008. This was a result of the amalgamation of the Zone 8 Sports Council, the North Central Regional Recreation Association and the North East Recreation and Parks Association. We are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors and employ five full-time and one part time staff as well as a Satellite office in Naicam. Our head office is located in Prince Albert and we have a satellite office in the town of Naicam.

Creating, building and sustaining partnerships will be an integral part of what we do. Therefore, we look forward to hearing from all communities, schools and organizations within our District to find out how we can best serve your individual needs and requirements. We must all work together to ensure that our citizens have access to a wide variety of quality sport, culture and recreation programs and services.

Mission
To facilitate capacity building in our communities to sustain a sport, culture, and recreation delivery system that enhances the quality of life of the people within our District.

Vision 
Citizens live active, creative, healthy lifestyles through engagement in sport, culture and recreation.

Values 

  • Effective partnerships and collaborations that are mutually beneficial
  • Meaningful youth and community engagement
  • Understanding of and respect for our communities
  • Sharing innovation and best practices
  • Nurturing organic, sustainable community and district development
  • Effective communication
  • Volunteerism that is inclusive, provides meaningful opportunities, and encourages involvement
  • Diversity of experience, abilities, opinions, and traditions
  • Accountability and transparency to our stakeholders

Our Mandate
The District will be a leader in facilitating Community Development through sport, culture and recreation for and with the communities within our jurisdiction.

 

What We Do

Through our District network, we use the community development approach in working with communities and groups to assist in meeting their needs. We provide leadership for sport, culture and recreation on behalf of our communities and groups in advocacy, partnerships, planning, policy and training. We are a non-profit organization working with our members towards building healthy communities through sport, culture and recreation.

 

Board of Directors

At the last Annual General Meeting the following individuals were elected to the LDSCR Board of Directors.

Miranda Blaber - Carrot River
Cheryl Bauer Hyde - Christopher Lake
Brett Vestby - Spiritwood
Chelsea Corrigan - Nipawin
Carla Hipkins - Porcupine Plain
Shannon Hurl - Prince Albert
Tammy Burns - Prince Albert 
Andrew Crowe - Chairperson - Rosthern
Erin Standish - Wakaw

Upcoming events

Nov 28 2017
03:30PM - 05:00PM
Engaging Today's Volunteers - Nipawin
Nov 29 2017
09:00AM - 10:30AM
Engaging Today's Volunteers - Hudson Bay
Nov 29 2017
12:30PM - 02:00PM
Engaging Today's Volunteers - Porcupine Plain