Natasha Mackey led the singing of God Save the Queen.
The crafty ladies donated gifts and toiletries to the Women’s Resources Centre. They put together 20 gift bags: 10 each for boys and girls.
The gathering on November 29th was a social and information night. The house tour committee hosted a reception that included the home owners, the florists who are providing arrangements for each house, and committee members from the museum.
We had a very full service for Remembrance Day. Here are some of the videos from this past Sunday, November 11, 2018.
Remembrance Day Service: Our choir sang In Flanders Fields
ST. PAUL’S FOOD BOOTH –
Here we are end of September with the Lindsay Exhibition behind us for another year. This was our 44th (or better) year that we have participated in the local fair….a record of which to be very proud.
Overall, we did just fine. After all is said and done, it is YOU volunteers who make it all happen. It would be literally impossible without your dedication. Thank you everyone for your enthusiasm and personal contribution.
You should feel very proud of what you have accomplished.
Ray Marshal and the Fair Booth Committee.
Here are a few images, click on any of them to get a larger version.