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  • Christmas Parade Float and Gingerbread House Winners | Town of Kensington
    2013 at 8 52 am A big thank you to all the participants who entered a float in our annual Christmas parade Winners for this year s parade are the following Best Business Float Castle Building Best Adult Float Jack Frost Confederation Bridge Best Youth Float 85 Sea Cadets For the Gingerbread Contest we had about a dozen entries and winners were as follows Age group 5 8 Mallory Age

    Original URL path: http://kensington.ca/christmas-parade-float-and-gingerbread-house-winners/ (2014-10-09)
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  • The Memory Christmas Tree | Town of Kensington
    from https twitter com ktownpei lists town of kensington Weather in Kensington Useful Information PEI Tourism Guide Turbine Website The Memory Christmas Tree Posted on November 28 2013 at 2 14 pm The Kensington Lion s Club are once again doing their fundraising project the Memory Christmas Tree The money raised this year will go 50 50 towards helping the elementary school and the breakfast program at KISH They will have a large tree erected in the empty lot across from the Post Office The Lions will sell light bulbs on strings of Christmas tree lights at 5 00 per bulb or 3 for 10 00 Each bulb will be purchased in memory of the donor s choice The names will be published at the tree lighting The official tree lighting is scheduled for December 8th at 7pm The Lions will be serving hot apple cider and cookies at the tree lighting The Lions invite everyone to come and participate in the event You can purchase the bulbs at Town Hall please drop in between 9 4 Monday to Friday Comments are closed Town Hall Mayor s Office Town Council Departments Forms and Downloads Public Notices Budget Information Minutes Water

    Original URL path: http://kensington.ca/the-memory-christmas-tree/ (2014-10-09)
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  • Christmas Parade and Festivities | Town of Kensington
    December 1 st 2013 The Parade begins at the Community Gardens Complex at 5 00pm and will end at the Kensington Train Station Businesses and community organizations are encouraged to participate in the parade by entering a vehicle or decorated float All float entries are to meet at Community Gardens Complex by 4 00pm and there is no fee to enter There are prizes available for Best Business Youth and Non Profit Floats The Town of Kensington Float will be collecting non perishable food items so watch for staff and councillors along the parade route Residents are also encouraged to take part in the Gingerbread House Decorating Contest Take your decorated Gingerbread House to the Island Stone Pub between 2 00 4 00pm before the parade and be eligible to win movie passes The houses will be on display at the Train Station after the parade All residents of Kensington and surrounding areas are invited to watch the parade and take part in the celebrations that will follow at the Kensington Train Station There will be hot chocolate apple cider cookies and Mr and Mrs Claus The Ceremonial Tree Lighting will take place at 6 30 The Town of Kensington as part of their Christmas celebrations will be choosing the three best decorated homes and best decorated business on December 18 th Everyone is encouraged to participate in the Christmas Decorating Contest to ensure Kensington is looking and feeling festive To register a float call Linda at Community Gardens Complex at 836 5348 Schedule for Sunday December 1 2013 2 00 4 00 pm Drop off your decorated gingerbread house for judging 4 00 pm Floats should meet at the Community Gardens Complex use the Stewart Street entrance 5 00 pm Parade begins 6 00 pm Cookies hot chocolate and

    Original URL path: http://kensington.ca/christmas-parade-and-festivities/ (2014-10-09)
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  • Pay it Forward a Success in the Schools | Town of Kensington
    in Kensington decided to report their good deeds last week as part of the Town s Pay it Forward initiative Between both schools 1 933 good deeds were reported At Kensington Intermediate Senior High there were a lot of opened doors people complimenting each other people sharing their Halloween Candy and picking up dropped pencils and books Here are a few of the good deeds I took the garbage off a few tables that people had just left there My friend made a ring out of paperclips for me when she knew I was feeling down I cleaned another group s table covered in magnesium Sat by the unpopular kid to make him feel included I showed another student a trick to conjugate verbs faster in French class I helped my dad bag potatoes I donated the change from my lunch money to the veteran s collection box in the office The Queen Elizabeth Elementary School had some adorable ones and it really shows that it only takes a small action to have an impact on another person Andrea held Sam s hand when he was crying Skyler saved a swing for me Shelby gave me a pumpkin seed Abby helped me when I was stuck on a word Luke helped me find a page in my book The class with the highest number of Pay it Forwards at Kensington Intermediate Senior High was class 9B with 278 good deeds At Queen Elizabeth the winning class was Mrs Waugh s class with 149 good deeds Congratulations to both classes We hope that the good deeds continue to happen in both schools and that the initiative helps students recognize an opportunity to help another and also recognize when good deeds are happening to them and make an effort to Pay it

    Original URL path: http://kensington.ca/pay-it-forward-a-success-in-the-schools/ (2014-10-09)
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  • Halloween Curfew | Town of Kensington
    With Us Twitter Feed Tweets from https twitter com ktownpei lists town of kensington Weather in Kensington Useful Information PEI Tourism Guide Turbine Website Halloween Curfew Posted on October 25 2013 at 1 22 pm Door to door Trick or Treating within the Town of Kensington is to cease promptly at 8 00pm The Town of Kensington would like to take this opportunity to remind residents of the Town s Nuisance Offences Bylaw specifically as it relates to Halloween night The bylaw states 2 23 Unless accompanied by a person over the age of 18 years no person under the age of 16 years shall be in a public place within the Town of Kensington between 8 00pm October 31st and 7 00am on November 1st There will be Zero Tolerance towards the breaking of this Bylaw Persons breaking the Bylaw will be arrested and could be detained those under 18 years of age will be held at the Police office until picked up by parents We wish you all a safe and Happy Halloween Comments are closed Town Hall Mayor s Office Town Council Departments Forms and Downloads Public Notices Budget Information Minutes Water Pollution Minutes Living in Kensington

    Original URL path: http://kensington.ca/halloween-curfew/ (2014-10-09)
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  • “Pay it Forward” Week at Kensington Schools | Town of Kensington
    the incorporation of the Town of Kensington As part of our 2014 celebration we are encouraging residents to Pay it Forward in other words to do a good deed for another in hopes that they will in turn do a good deed for someone else The Pay it Forward committee has approached Kensington Intermediate High School and Queen Elizabeth Elementary School to participate for one week to help us reach our goal of recording 2 014 good deeds by our May 23 2014 anniversary Students and staff are encouraged to Pay it Forward for the week of Oct 28 to Nov 1 Then the student or staff member will record it on a slip of paper and put it in the assigned bag in their classroom Each classroom has over 200 ballots it will be possible to use them all The small things count like holding a door open for a stranger letting someone go ahead of you in line or simply complimenting someone you don t know The class who has completed the most Pay it Forwards by the end of the week will win a pizza party prize The Pay it Forward committee is excited to see the

    Original URL path: http://kensington.ca/pay-it-forward-week-at-kensington-schools/ (2014-10-09)
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  • Drop off your Coats for Kids on October 26 | Town of Kensington
    Forward committee is asking for some more good deeds donate your outgrown children s coats to families in need The drop off is at the Kensington Train Station Gazebo on October 26th the morning of the Halloween Hustle The Pay it Forward committee thought the Halloween Hustle was a perfect opportunity to get people out to drop off their used winter clothing as it is a family friendly event and a fundraiser for the IWK The Hustle is in its sixth year in Kensington and for the first time will take place in Tignish Coats for Kids donations will also take place in Tignish at the Bicentennial Park Both events take place at 8 00am until 11 00am The coats will be taken to the Coats for Kids in Summerside where they will set a time and place to give the coats to families who need them The date and time for this event has yet to be determined but keep checking the Town of Kensington s website or Facebook and Twitter for more details We are also accepting snow pants hats mittens scarves and boots for all ages from teenagers to infants Please stop by with your used children

    Original URL path: http://kensington.ca/drop-off-your-coats-for-kids-on-october-26/ (2014-10-09)
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  • Agricultural Insurance Corporation moves to Kensington | Town of Kensington
    Corporation AIC is moving from the Research Station property in Charlottetown to its new head office in Kensington this coming week says Agriculture and Forestry Minister George Webster Relocating the Prince Edward Island Agriculture Insurance Corporation to Kensington reflects government s commitment to create new economic opportunities in rural communities across the province said Minister Webster The move will provide services from a central location making more efficient use of government assets The new head office of AIC will be located in the former Potato Services Building in Kensington which is owned by the province AIC was housed on the Research Station property in Charlottetown which is owned by the federal government AIC is a crown corporation that provides crop insurance and income support programs to farmers The programs are jointly funded by the federal and provincial governments There are approximately 42 permanent and casual employees many of whom work in field positions The relocation will save government money as AIC moves from a rented facility to a provincially owned building said the minister AIC will close October 9 and will re open in Kensington Friday October 11 The new address is 7 Gerald MacCarville Drive Kensington PEI Tel 902

    Original URL path: http://kensington.ca/agricultural-insurance-corporation-moves-to-kensington/ (2014-10-09)
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