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Raffle Canoe now here!

On February 16th, 2013, posted in: News by

Yesterday I went to ClearWater Design in the County to purchase and pick up this year’s spring raffle prize. And as you can see in the picture, it’s beautiful red canoe which cheered up a not so beautiful day. ClearWater Design has generously been selling us, at a very low price, a new canoe or kayak for our raffle for […]

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Laura’s African Adventures

On February 12th, 2013, posted in: News by

On January 16th 2013 I left on a trip to Tanzania, Africa with the Journey of Hope. We flew for a total of 18 hours, with a layover in Amsterdam, finally arriving in Moshi, Tanzania. We spent 17 days in Tanzania, with the majority of our time spent in Kilema. In Kilema myself, and the […]

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Winter is for baking – Especially in a snow storm!

On February 8th, 2013, posted in: News by

Winter Is For Baking by Dorothy Fletcher Although I do cook all year round, much to Fletch’s relief, I especially like baking in the winter.  And if we are stuck in the house because of a snow day, it’s definitely time to start baking. I often make bread or if I’m feeling particularly ambitious, cinnamon […]

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Kai Freeland – Speed skater, Swimmer, Track Star, Sailer, Special Olympian – Wow!

On February 4th, 2013, posted in: News by

              Kai Freeland loves to sail. “When the wind fills the sail and my friend Jeff (Lyall) and I go out on the Bay, is the best feeling”, he says. When water turns to ice, 23-year-old Kai has found another way to “sail”: speed skating. A 2010 provincial champion […]

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Pennies, Pennies, Pennies! Orpha & Allen story

On January 29th, 2013, posted in: News by

Well……I started this penny jar on April 11, 1993 on the day that my granddaughter was born.  It took me almost a year to completely cover the bottom of the big jar.  By the time my granddaughter was 3 she still could not reach the level of the pennies when she reached her hand in to touch them.  […]

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