Kids On Track has continued to keep a close eye on the requirements for programming. Please see below for any program updates or changes:
We are running 4 Zoom Character Clubs this winter! All clubs will operate virtually.
January Family Connect is LIVE!
We are BACK!
KOT Site launching this winter, registration open NOW!
December was a busy month at KOT! We transitioned our annual Christmas Show into a drive-thru event, and distributed Christmas meal hampers to community members.
A Drive-Thru Christmas was a success! We transformed the parking lot into a Christmas experience, and set up a playlist of our favorite KOT Christmas tunes to play on a local radio station. Families turned on their car radios and took in a live puppet show while we distributed Christmas gifts. We gave out 91 gifts to local children this year! For a video recap of the event, click HERE. A special thanks to Santa’s Anonymous, Domino’s Pizza, Alastair Aikman, and anonymous donors for helping put this incredible event together!
We helped give back to our community by distributing Christmas meal hampers this year. We distributed 51 meal hampers, which helped feed about 300 Edmontonians. This project was so special for us and our team to be a part of! A special thanks to Jasper Place Wellness Centre, Boardwalk Rental Communities, CLAC, and anonymous donors for helping fund this special project.
Volunteering with Kids On Track isn’t just giving KOT support- it’s a community where you belong!
Check out some opportunities below
PAINTER: Our foyer is getting a facelift and we need a painter to help with painting walls and trim.
Contact Franc at 780-481-2942 or email@example.com
In light of recent relaxations on provincial health restrictions, the Active Families program is resuming! We will be kicking off the 2021 year by snowshoeing together on January 30th.
How we’re keeping you safe:
- Pre-registration is required
- Masks are required for the duration of the event
- Registrants will be split into groups of 10 and will only have contact with that group during the event. Groups will not mingle/mix.
- Each participant will receive a pair of snowshoes, this equipment will be sanitized before/after the event and will not be shared with other participants.
Haven’t registered for KOT programming in the past year? Click HERE to register for Active Families.
Current KOT Family? Click HERE to reserve your spot.
“Thank you God for the sunrise, even though I can’t see it yet.”
My 7-year old uttered those words during our drive-to-school-prayer-time, still in the dark before the sun rose. He went on to thank God for the trees, his dog, his brother, and his toys. Sometimes he throws in thankful prayers for various body parts as well. What can I say- he’s 7!
Thanking God for the sunrise that he couldn’t yet see stuck with me. He knew the sun would rise. He didn’t even question it. And, he was able to thank God for the sunrise though it hadn’t happened yet. It brought me up short that he didn’t pray THAT the sun would rise, instead he thanked God FOR the sunrise.
This has changed my perspective on a few things in my own prayer life. I have begun to thank God for things that I haven’t seen happen yet. It doesn’t change my circumstances, but it changes how I look at the circumstances. It changes my prayer posture.
Have you ever considered your posture? My physiotherapist would like it if I considered my posture a lot more than I do! Putting my body into good posture is not easy or pleasant-it WANTS to slouch! My posture takes effort and concentration. It takes me being very cognizant of how I am sitting and standing. My bad posture brings pain, and my good posture brings…wait, it also brings pain. But, it’s the kind of pain of a muscle being exercised and used that is used to being a complete slacker. It’s the kind of pain that reminds me that I am becoming stronger.
We need to look at our posture with God as well. Do we grovel? Beg? Plead? Or do we come to Him and have the posture that He fulfills His promises, even if it’s sometimes in unconventional ways?
“Please, please, please God give me a new job.” is a lot different than, “Thank you God that You are the giver of all good things in my life and you supply my needs.” Time for a posture check!
(Sent in from a KOT mom)
Mom: (opens up grocery bag and sees a tomato she doesn’t remember putting in there) Hey, did you put a tomato in my cart at the store?
Child: Well, it was on the floor and looked so lonely so I thought we’d better take it home
Do you have a great quote from your kids? Send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Zoom Clubs: Character Clubs are going virtual!
Here at KOT, we believe in Character Clubs, and we know how important they are to our community. We are so excited that we get to open up Character Clubs to the entire city of Edmonton by offering them online! This method of running clubs will help us reach so many children in our city, and will help keep our community safe while we do it.
Clubs will operate virtually over Zoom. Materials for clubs will be distributed prior to the start of clubs, and then children will be able to log on to the club virtually. A computer or device with a webcam and internet access will be needed to join the club. Zoom Clubs are made for children to be able to join without parental supervision, however, we recommend setting up the computer or device in a public area of the home.
Have a friend who would like to check out Clubs this winter? Send them our way, space is still available!
Sundays – 4pm – 5pm
Wednesdays – 6pm – 7pm
Thursdays – 1pm-2pm
Thursdays – 2:30pm-3:30pm
We can’t wait to see you there!