This year, Reverend Bonnie established a target of 450 (last year’s total) tins of protein and/or veg to be donated to the Tower. Extremely happy to report that through the collective generosity of the St. Paul’s community, Kawartha Lakes Food Source received 600 items of food to support their 15+ community groups across the region !!! A special thanks also goes out to Lindsay Tai Chi for their contributions. As an FYI, this is separate from the donations of fresh produce for our Harvest Thanksgiving service. Those donations will be delivered separately.
Great fashions and a wonderful afternoon at St. Paul’s Sunday . The committee would like to thank everyone who helped with putting this together from sandwich making, cheesecake, making tea coffee, plating, serving, dishwasher, decorating, putting tables up and cleaning up, selling draw tickets, greeting at the door as well as our models. We are also so very grateful to Cathy Allen’s, Brittany Bros, Kate Co, Down to Earth, Chesler ‘s Shoes, The Lingerie Loft, Nisbett’s Clothier and Kent’s Florist from downtown Lindsay. A big thank you to Print Muskoka for printing and donating our tickets and signs. We also would like to say thanks to all of you who purchased tickets to make our Fashion Show a great success!
Your Fashion Show committee Donna Williams Carol Hughes Jo-Anne Burridge
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On April 23rd, we held our annual “Spring Thaw Dinner and loonie auction. Thanks to Barb T. and all of the volunteers who helped make the evening a wonderful night for all who attended! Here are a few photos. Here are some words from Barb.
Two years and a pandemic later ——
We resumed our fantastic fun evening!! An enthusiastic crowd gathered in the Parish hall to enjoy an
evening of delicious food, humour and the antics of “Loonie auction craziness” It was wonderful to be together again –
masks and all!!
My thanks to all – So many willing individuals are needed to make any event a success!
Let me begin by sending kudos to –
- All the donors of the many items in the Silent and Loonie auctions. You have been very generous. You make
- To Linda Todd, Gina Coleman and Michal Wallen – our unsung heroes for developing, overseeing and setting up
the auctions – a wonderful team.
- To our Master of Ceremony, Don Brohm and our auctioneer, Michael Green. Together they provide much comedy
with their energetic and humerous styles . They are a dynamic duo !
- To Heather Banham,, our wine steward and to Michal Wallen, our gracious hostess at the door. Champion greeters!
- The group of energetic men and women (Eileen Davies, Shirley Williams, Lorna Green, Carol Augustine and Shirley Hanes who set tables, stuffed glasses and to Paul Davies who moved tables and chairs
- To Jo Sales and Michal Wallen for doing ALL the tablecloths
- To the volunteers who stayed to assist with clean up and stored away the tables and chairs
- Of course, a success results by the huge support of all who attended and joined in the fun!
The evening was a financial success raising well over $3200.00
A Huge Thanks to all. My apologies to anyone I may have omitted unintentionally.
Saturday, April 9th – 1:00 – 3:00 pm – Choral Workshop led by duo “Infinitely More”
Fabulous concert by Infinitely More tonight! Such a blessing when Allison and Gerald took us on a musical journey from Palm Sunday through Holy Week to Easter Sunday with their music and messages!
Our choir also did a great job joining in for the last two numbers!
Taking a moment and reflect on all the activities involved to make Market Day a success can be overwhelming at times. What stood out to me over Market Day preparations was watching once again parish members’ ever-increasing dedication and enthusiasm.
Thank you to everyone that supported the Market Day event, from those who coordinated an area, set up/clean up teams, those on hand during the sale and all the shoppers.
From the church community – THANK YOU JoAnne Burridge for coordinating this fundraising event.
Food Booth at the Lex – September 18 – 22, 2019.
A huge Thank you to everyone who helped with our largest fundraiser of the year. To see more images of some of our volunteers, our earlier blog post.
Our new outreach to Fleming College international students .
This is part of our youth and young adult programs led by Dan Farmer. This new program will be once a month on a Friday evening. What a great turnout, over 130 people came.
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We hope that you will visit us at the Food Booth (now inside) this year at the Lindsay Exhibition. Here are a few images.
to our Incumbent on his successful completion of Doctor of Ministry (D. Min). He is now known as The Rev. Dr. Warren Leibovitch.
Rev. Dr. Warren Leibovitch with his defense committee: David Gortner, Dorothy Linthicum and Dan Heischman.
Strawberry & Salad Supper Thank you!
Just a brief note to tell you how much we appreciate the effort, time, and talent to make this all happen. Over 35 years and to almost 400 people we served yesterday.THANKS FOR COMING OUT!Comments were great, including: ‘We wouldn’t miss this’. ‘’Very glad to support this annual event’’. ‘Great Strawberries’. (all the way from Simcoe Ontario) Thanks GeraldA special “shout out ‘’ and thanks to the Youth Group and Dan Farmer. Your help was very much appreciated.Great weather, great community effort!Most Sincerely: This year’s co-chairs. Jo-Anne Burridge, Ray Marshall.
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