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A New Logo for Munster Community Association

Let us know which logo you like best for the MCA!
Your response will assist the MCA Executive in deciding on the new logo for the Munster Community Association.  Please respond only ONCE per person.  Thank you to those who provided feedback already at the poster board on Canada Day and your feedback has already been recorded so you do not need to do the survey.
Special thanks to our MCA Member at Large, Jody Ferguson at Voilà Creative for designing the logo options.
Please respond by Sunday, July 23 through the survey by clicking here.
Please make sure to provide your selection and comments through the survey at the link above to make sure they are registered.  We will not be permitting comments on this website to make sure that people respond via the survey (as this makes it easier for the MCA executive volunteer members to keep track of all the input).
Option 1
Option 2
Option 2 ‘alternative use’ example which could be used for promotional materials, etc.
Option 3

Private Swim Lessons

July 3rd – August 18th: Monday – Thursday

  • 9 am: Children 12-15 years
  • 10 am: Children 8-12 years
  • 11 am: Children 3-8 years

June 26, 27, 28 evaluations for placement 4-7pm

  • July: Mondays and Wednesday are booked, except for July 17-20
  • July: Tuesday and Thursday are all open (9, 10, 11 a.m.)
  • All of August is open at Bob Easy’s residence.

* Adult lessons are also available for all levels.

* Lessons may also be provided in your own pool.

To book, please contact Jane Van Ryn at 613-983-4290, Bob Easy at 613-838-5819 or email at bubblesswimminglessons@gmail.com

Munster resident Bob Easy recognized with Mayor’s City Builder Award

February 22, 2017

Bob Easy receives Mayor’s City Builder Award

Ottawa – Mayor Jim Watson and Rideau-Goulbourn Ward Councillor Scott Moffatt presented the Mayor’s City Builder Award to Bob Easy at today’s City Council meeting.

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Bob Easy has been involved in building and supporting youth in the communities of Munster and Richmond going back to the 1970s. The sense of community and of family he established among the teams he coached was sadly evident in 2012 when one of Bob’s players died tragically during a game due to a heart condition. Bob took it upon himself as head coach to support the boy’s family, his team and coaches, and the opposing team, by arranging grief counseling. He also organizes fundraising events to assist local players whose parents are unable to fully afford the cost of a hockey season; players who have been given the opportunity to play at a higher competitive level but whose parents are not able to pay the fees associated with that.

In 2001 Bob was presented with a plaque in recognition of his outstanding service to Minor Hockey under the Ottawa District Minor Hockey Association. In 2009/10 he was honoured as Coach of the Year by the Richmond Munster Minor Hockey Association for his special dedication to player development and team play. In 2014 Bob was presented with the Bill Kitchen Award for his devotion of time and effort to strengthening minor hockey in the community.

Bob was also involved in umpiring for fastball in Kanata for many years, and in slo-pitch in North Gower, Richmond and Munster in his later years. He is also involved in the Munster Co-operative Nursery School’s annual ball tournament in June. In 2003 Bob, assisted by Sharon Shouldice of Stittsville, organized a tournament in support of Tori Carswell, a child cancer victim in the area. Bob also volunteers as a Santa and last year he played Santa at Munster’s first Santa Claus Parade.

The Mayor’s City Builder Award is a civic honour created to recognize an individual, group or organization that has, through outstanding volunteerism or exemplary action, demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to making our city a better place today and for the future. This may include lifelong service, outstanding acts of kindness, inspiring charitable work, community building or other exemplary achievements.

Individuals, groups or organizations may be nominated by members of City Council or the public.

The award is presented at the beginning of each City Council meeting.

Munster Monsters Soccer

Munster Monsters Soccer

  • Cost is $30 per player and priority will be given to Munster residents.
  • Children must be no younger than 4 years of age by the start of the program and no older than 7.
  • Program will run on Tuesday nights from 6:30 – 7:30 starting July 4th to August 22.
  • If you have any questions, contact Gabi Beyer at munsterrec@gmail.com