Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
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Come to a Garden Party 
Newspapers  Rooney-Giurin, Lois, Come to a Garden Party, "Come to a Garden Party," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 19 Jun 1996, p. 10 
Garden party planned for June 23 
Newspapers  "Garden party planned for June 23," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 12 Jun 1996, p. 3 
Norval plant sale 
Newspapers  McAlpine, Shawn, Norval plant sale, "Norval plant sale," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 9 Jun 2006, p. 8  ...Norval plant sale The cool weather didn't stop Tunde Otto-Harris and her sons Jeremy and Simon from purchasing plants at the Norval United Church's annual plant sale and bake sale. Photo by Shawn McAlpine ...
Church offers trip to Wild Water Kingdom 
Newspapers  "Church offers trip to Wild Water Kingdom," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 25 Aug 2006, p. 5  ...Norval United Church's "Fantastic Fun Friday" children's program, is offering a trip to Wild Water Kingdom on Friday, September 1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to celebrate the last Friday of the summer. This trip is for children who have finished Senior Kindergarten up to Grade 5. Cost...
Norval group gets grant 
Newspapers  "Norval group gets grant," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 6 Sep 2006, p. 9  ...Norval group gets grant The Ontario Trillium Foundation has awarded a $48,200 grant to the Norval Community Association to celebrate Norval's heritage. Association president Joyce Hutton was thrilled with the grant noting it will help to commemorate an important event in the village-- the 100...
Fourth Easter Basket drive to aid teenagers
Newspapers  "Fourth Easter Basket drive to aid teenagers ," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 24 Mar 2006, p. 10  ...Norval Presbyterian Church and Discovery Toys are holding their fourth annual Easter Basket drive to benefit teen and single parent families in Halton Hills. The goal is to provide at least 25 Easter baskets filled with $35 worth of Discovery Toys products for children from infants to young teens...
Bar vows to be a good neighbour 
Newspapers  Gamble, Cynthia, Bar vows to be a good neighbour, "Bar vows to be a good neighbour," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 9  ...The Town and the new West Seven nightclub in Norval (formerly Nashville North) have signed an agreement designed to protect the village residents from noise, vandalism and littering. Due to the past history of other operations at this location, the Town is requiring West Seven to enter an agreement...
Plant ponderings 
Newspapers  "Plant ponderings," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 21 Jun 2006, p. 20  ...The 10th annual Norval Heritage Plant Sale was held recently at the corner of Winston Churchill Blvd. and Hwy. 7 and among those looking for unique greenery was Tom Pettingill, who discussed plants with Diana Pooke, a knowledgeable member of the Georgetown Horticultural Society. All proceeds from...
Moooove over, Tiger 
Newspapers  Mayer, Eamonn, Moooove over, Tiger, "Moooove over, Tiger," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 9 Aug 2006, p. 5  ...One of the contests in the third-annual Norval United Church Tournament held recently at the Eagle Ridge Golf Club was a "closest-to-the-cow" competition. Tourney participant Dave Dunlop came up a little short in this attempt, but he and golf partners (from left) Shaun Dunlop, Marg Jones...
Community groups honoured by Ontario Heritage Trust 
Newspapers  "Community groups honoured by Ontario Heritage Trust," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 23 Aug 2006, p. 10  .... They are the Lucy Maud Montgomery Heritage Garden under the Heritage Garden Conservation category, the Limehouse Kiln Society under the Built category and Artworks, under the Cultural category. The heritage garden in Norval Park recognizes the hamlet's former famous resident, world-renowned Anne of Gables...
`Old-fashioned' doctor recalls career filled with births, broken bones and a muddy Labrador retriever 
Newspapers  Tallyn, Lisa, `Old-fashioned' doctor recalls career filled with births, broken bones and a muddy Labrador retriever, "`Old-fashioned' doctor recalls career filled with births, broken bones and a muddy Labrador retriever," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 28 Feb 2007, p. 3  ... in Ashgrove and much of his family is buried in Norval. He says one of his earliest memories of his career here was of a house call he made to the home of a patient who remembered his great-grandfather. "He said, `he was a miserable son of a bitch'. I'll never forget that," says Ashenhurst...
Church congregations build memorial workshop in the Dominican Republic 
Newspapers  Henderson, John, Church congregations build memorial workshop in the Dominican Republic, "Church congregations build memorial workshop in the Dominican Republic," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 28 Mar 2007, p. 23  ... workshop was recently dedicated in his memory. The congregations of Union and Norval Presbyterian Churches held a `Soup and Bread' fundraising night in January and exceeded the $2,000 needed to sponsor a shop. Rock was a former member of Union Presbyterian Church. Georgetown residents Harry and Helen...
Officers subdue gun-toting man 
Newspapers  Tallyn, Lisa; Brown, Ted, Officers subdue gun-toting man, "Officers subdue gun-toting man," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 4 Apr 2007, 1, 3  ... the Georgetown Bread Basket, were shattered by police gunfire. The incident began shortly after 7 p.m. when witnesses saw a man driving a Plymouth Voyageur minivan, later determined to be stolen from Hamilton, involved in a head-on crash with an SUV at Guelph St. and Winston Churchill Blvd in Norval. Police say...
Letters to the editor..others say town is `no longer small' 
Newspapers  "Letters to the editor..others say town is `no longer small'," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 2 Mar 2007, p. 7  ... at Streetsville or Port Credit-- small, distinct communities within a large city. Just look at Norval and Glen Williams. If any of these fine, upstanding citizens are that distraught over the closing of the cinema, maybe they should put their money where their mouth is and buy it. They would be doing the people...
Community continues fight against cancer 
Newspapers  Desjardins, Yves; Brynes, Sabrina, Community continues fight against cancer, "Community continues fight against cancer," Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 7 Jul 2006, p. 8  ... will be made December, 2007. Jennifer McVicar, 16, of Georgetown was one of seven people-- members of the Norval United Church Youth Group-- who had cut their hair on a mass cutting day, which was then donated to Angel Hair for Kids. That group makes wigs for kids who have lost their hair to cancer. Christine...
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