Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Letters to the editor...`Stroke of Power' walk a big success
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 30 Aug 2006, p. 6

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Dear editor, The "Stroke of Power" walk on May 27-28 was a huge success. With my community's support, I accomplished the two objectives for my walk: to raise funds for Erinoak Children's Centre and to show anything is possible. I would like to thank Mayor Rick Bonnette and councillors for seeing me off, Town staffer Paul Stover's help with publicity, Kelly Withers help with permits, the City of Mississauga, Eric Anderson from Business Computers Network for designing a website, my neighbours Hans and Ingrid Wolter for designing the poster, Dave Butler, my contact from Erinoak, Humber Students Federation for preparing the banners and Young's Pharmacy for use of its community window display. I also want to acknowledge the co-operation of the Halton and Peel Regional Police Services and a special thanks goes to Const. Heather Morrow of Peel Police for helping make the walk that much more fun. I sincerely thank all the wonderful people who donated money in support of Erinoak Children's Centre as a result of this walk. Lauren Boyce, Georgetown

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30 Aug 2006
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Bonnette, Rick ; Withers, Kelly ; Stover, Paul ; Anderson, Eric ; Wolter, Ingrid ; Wolter, Hans ; Bulter, Dave ; Morrow, Heather ; Boyce, Lauren
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Erinoak Children's Centre ; Business Computers Network ; Humber Students Federation ; Young's Pharmacy ; Halton Regional Police Services ; Peel Regional Police Services
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Letters to the editor...`Stroke of Power' walk a big success