Municipality of Emerson-Franklin

Phone: 204-427-2557  |  Fax: 204-427-2224  |
115 Waddell Ave East Box 66, Dominion City MB, R0A 0H0

Recreation & Tourism

Recreation & Wellness

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To promote health, recreation and wellness opportunities for the residents of the Municipality of Emerson-Franklin. As a Municipal department we will endeavor to deliver diverse and equitable programs and services to people of all ages and abilities.


Seniors Coordinator


Lorri French

Seniors Coordinator

204-427-2557 (*please note this is a new email address*) 

Office Hours:

Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays

Municipality of Emerson-Franklin Office - Dominion City

8:00am - 4:30pm (Closed 12:00 - 12:30pm for lunch)


The Seniors Coordinator provides the following services:

- Coordinate and provide support resources and services to seniors and seniors with disabilities in our community.
- Assistance for seniors to maintain independent living as long as they can be safe. Emerson Franklin Services promotes education regarding health, safety and overall well-being. 
- Offer friendly visiting, safety checks, transportation, shopping, errands.
- Congregate Meal Program three times a week and meals on wheels @ $7.00 a meal. Delivery free of charge in Dominion City.
- Mental Health awareness workshops, planning and promoting health programs to benefit seniors and Foot Care clinics.
- Victoria Lifeline is offered to keep our seniors safe, Erik kits, Mobility Equipment, Housekeeping and odd jobs.


Recreation Facilitator 


Anne Pratt

204-373-2002 (*please note this is a new email address*) 

Office Hours: 

Mondays, Wednesdays & Thursdays

Emerson Town Hall

8:00am - 4:30pm (Closed 12:00 - 12:30pm for lunch)


The Recreation Facilitator offers the following services:

- Programming – To encourage the development of public recreation and health and wellness programs.
- Leadership Development – To promote a high standard of recreation leadership in order to maintain a high quality of programs and services.
- Volunteer Development – To encourage and promote volunteerism as an integral part of the community. 
- Resource – To facilitate the exchange of information between community groups and the government, funding bodies, regional and provincial organizations concern with seniors, youth, the disabled, volunteer and professional development.
- Public Education and Awareness – To promote the value of Health and Recreation and the important contribution that it makes to lead a healthy lifestyle.
- Facility – To provide access to resources that would encourage sustainable multiuse facilities.

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