Newdale Community Services
Newdale Curling Club
Information: Call 204-849-2283
Onanole Community Services
Onanole District Recreation Centre:
Website: Onanole Rec Centre
Onanole Elementary School:
Information: Call 204-848-2402
Website: Onanole Elementary School
Senior Drop-In Centre:
Information: Call 204-848-7373
The non-profit, volunteer directed Onanole Foundation invests the contributions it receives in a perpetual endowment fund and uses the income earned to make grants to charitable groups that benefit our local community. A portion of the Foundation's assets are managed under the Winnipeg Foundation. To learn more and to contribute please visit:
Sandy Lake Services
Sandy Lake Community Hall:
Information: Call 204-636-2350
Sandy Lake Senior's Drop-In Centre:
Information: Call 204-585-2411
Friends of Sandy Lake:
Website: Friends of Sandy Lake
Sandy Lake Endowment Fund(SLEF):
The Sandy Lake Endowment Fund (SLEF) is a non-profit organization with the sole purpose to build an endowment fund and to create community investment capital for the betterment of Sandy Lake. Our local fund is managed under the Killarney Foundation Inc. which ensures the fund receives the best investment rates.
Each year a portion of the fund's interest income can be distributed to successful applicants. The principal portion of the fund will always remain with the fund, thus providing long term support for new community projects. To learn about the the Endowment Fund, please click the Brochure link HERE
Thinking of making a donation?
Please make your cheque payable to: The Killarney Foundation Inc with the memo SLEF #34. You will receive an official donation receipt for income tax purposes from The Killarney Foundation Inc.
Donations can be mailed directly to The Killarney Foundation Inc. at Box 1180, Killarney MB R0K 1G0, or if preferred, The Municipality of Harrison Park at Box 190, Onanole, MB R0J 1N0. Donation form here.
Service to Seniors
Service to Seniors office serves the communities of Erickson, Onanole & Sandy Lake Area. For the past 16 years coordinator Mary Nichols has helped seniors in a variety of community-based programs funded by Prairie Mountain Health. This program offers support with health, well-being, provides assistance for seniors and individuals living with disabilities to maintain independence. Offers support and assistance for seniors to stay in their community and homes as long as possible, & to help with the transition should they need to leave their homes.
Some of these services and programs are:
Blood Pressure Clinic
Errands for Clients
Foot Care Clinics
Lifeline Installation - (Victoria Lifeline Saves Lives)
Meal Programs - Meals on Wheels & Congregate Meals
For more information on these services and other programs call Mary Nichols at 204-636-7895
The Service to Seniors office is located at 31 Main Street Erickson MB.
Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday to Friday
Neepawa and Area Immigrant Settlement Services
If you are a new immigrant to our area and are looking for help settling into your new community,
please follow the link to Neepawa Settlement Services. They are there to answer your questions and
assist you with information about living and settling in Canada.
Website: Neepawa & Area Immigrant Services
Erickson District Health Centre: 204-636-7777
Erickson Medical Clinic: 204-636-2411
Minnedosa Health Centre: 204-867-2701
Minnedosa Medical Group: 204-867-2722
Shoal Lake Health Centre: 204-759-2336
Dauphin Regional Health Centre: 204-638-3010
Brandon Regional Health Centre: 204-578-4000
Parkland Regional Library - Erickson Branch: 204-636-2325
Shoal Lake Community Library: 204-759-2074