Community

Greely Community Association
Doug Thompson
The Greely Community Association is a not-for-profit organization operated by a group of local volunteers.

Your local Community Association representing the interests of Greely residents.  Come join our regular meetings at the Greely Community Centre and have your voice heard.  Check our Facebook page for schedules. We are always looking for volunteers for our many events throughout the year, especially on Canada Day. We have one of the largest fire works shows in the entire Ward with the help of many sponsors.  Students can earn their high school volunteer hours with us, we are always glad to have your help.  Email us for more info.

1448 Meadow Dr, Greely, ON
K4P 1B1
Osgoode  Community Association
Rob Boughner (President,OVCA)

We are your local Community Association representing the voices of Osgoode Village residents.  Come have your voice heard at our regular meetings. Come join our board and be more pro active in the community.  We rely on volunteers to help out with our annual events like the Santa parade, Canada Day parade and activities, Clean Up Day, community garage sale and so much more! Check out our Facebook page for more info.

Students can earn their volunteer hours with us too!

P.O. Box 83, Osgoode, ON, Ottawa, Ontario
K0A 2W0
Rural Ottawa South Support Services (ROSSS)
Melissa MacIssac

We are a non-profit, charitable organization committed to excellence in the delivery of rural community support services. We champion the rights of seniors, people with disabilities and caregivers.

OUR MISSION
To provide a gateway to health and social services and collaborate with others to provide a community of care.

OUR VISION
Our vision is a vibrant and healthy rural community where individuals have timely access to a full range of programs and services to support their well-being.

613-692-4697
PO Box 423, 1128 Mill St Manotick ON
K4M 1A4
The Greely Collective
Laura Murnaghan
You’re never fully dressed without a smile..

Here in Greely (+ greater greely) we have a lot to share.  We realize that it not only takes a village – but several villages!  We are the South, We are the Village People – Greely, Manotick, Metcalfe, Osgoode, Vernon and everywhere in between.  Our communities depend on one another and we wouldn’t want it any other way!  One of the Collective’s goals was to create an engaging forum where people are excited to share, explore and collaborate.  We are so thrilled that you have trusted us to share your gifts, stories and smiles with us.

The Greely Collective is an inclusive concept designed to celebrate our community and the people who live here. This group is meant to inspire and share what makes the heart of this growing village. It is a place to promote our community, ourselves and each other. It is a place to find or ask for help. It is a place to be our best selves – to be neighbourly. You belong here.

The Osgoode Township Museum
Robin Chushnie

The Osgoode Township Historical Society and Museum  collects information and artefacts relating to life in Osgoode Township.

Our Mandate

To encourage research into the history of the Township of Osgoode;

To secure and preserve an accurate account of the progress and development of the Township of Osgoode;

To promote public interest in the history of the area;

To maintain a museum and the property as a repository for indigenous Native and pioneer relics, artifacts, historical documents, and other articles of historical significance;

To promote the study, practice and knowledge of all phases of historical and archaeological research within the Township of Osgoode.

613.821.4062
Vernon Community Association
Keith McWhinnie

The Vernon Community Association (VCA) is a not for profit organization created by local residents and dedicated volunteers to improve the town.

613-290-8519
7950 Lawrence St.
Vernon, ON
K0A 3J0