On Tuesday November 23, 2010, dignitaries, community representatives, school board officials and others gathered to celebrate the official launch of the new St. Mary Catholic Elementary School in Pleasant Hill. Located on the 300 block of Avenue N South, the school is a new state of the art learning facility which will also contain a wellness centre, walking track, clinic and other publicly accessible features. The school is a centrepiece development within the new Pleasant Hill Village redevelopment project. Completion is expected in 14 months time.
Monday, November 8, 2010
Another significant announcement has been made in the Pleasant Hill Village.
K.C. Charities Inc. held a ceremonial sod turning at St. Mary's Parish Hall.
Attended by 170 people, the sod turning is a major new development for Pleasant Hill Village.
A total of 75 one and two-bedroom seniors' units will be constructed on the 1400 block of 20th Street West.
The project will cost $13.5 million dollars. The Federal, Provincial and City of Saskatoon are all funding partners in the project.
Set to start digging immediately, the project will take over 15 months to complete. When finished, the residents will be an important part of the Pleasant Hill Village revitalization project and enjoy the new park space and watch as school children play at the new St. Mary School.
Bob Jeanneau and Bill Coumont have been driving forces behind the planning of the project.
Congratulations to K. C. Charities Inc.