PCSO: The Annual Barbecue is ON!

After two long years of COVID restrictions, finally we can celebrate – it’s our annual PCSO barbecue!

After two long years of COVID restrictions, finally we can celebrate – it’s our annual PCSO barbecue! We’ve held it in June in the past, but this year we decided to have it on the eve of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, which is September.

When: This year’s date is Friday, August 19 starting at 4:00 pm with food starting around 5:00 pm.

Where: The event is being held once again at the Maplesoft-Jones Centre at 1500 Alta Vista Drive at Industrial Ave., Ottawa (see map below). Note – there is no outdoor seating, so remember to bring lawn chairs.

Food: Lolachers Catering is providing both a burger and a sausage, beverages, and snacks.

Please advise us by e-mail to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) not later than August 12 if you and possibly a guest are coming, and your burger choice for each: Beef, Chicken, or Veggie. The sausage, (included), is mild German (pork).

Please note that if you are a recent member or have not been to a monthly meeting lately, or ever, you are most certainly welcome. The barbecue is a profoundly un-stressful occasion, and it is a great way to meet other members in a very casual setting on the beautiful grounds of the centre.

Please be aware that in this COVID-19 era, masks are welcome but not mandatory.

We hope you and your partner will join us for this festive occasion and remember: bring lawn chairs.

 


 

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