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  • Centennial students raise $6,700 for Heart & Stroke
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 20 Apr 2007, p. 19     April has been a very busy month at Centennial Public School. The Senior Boys Basketball team placed third in their league this season and the Senior Girls team competed for the North Halton Championship at GDHS last week. (In a valiant rally, the girls lost by two points to undefeated ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 20 Apr 2007, p. 19   April has been a very busy month at Centennial Public School. The Senior Boys Basketball team placed third in their league this season and the Senior Girls team competed for ...
  • Artists and artisans wanted for spring show
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 11     Alloa Public School seeks artist and artisan vendors for its May 12th arts and craft show. Artists of all mediums welcome. Please contact Jen, justjenifer@netscape.ca, or call 905-495 2583 for more information. Alloa Public School, located at 1248 Mayfield Rd. will be hosting the show on May 12, 10 ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 11   Alloa Public School seeks artist and artisan vendors for its May 12th arts and craft show. Artists of all mediums welcome. Please contact Jen, justjenifer@netscape.ca, or call 905-495 2583 for ...
  • Cops handcuffed
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 5     Halton Regional Police Service goalie Ryan Payne attempts to thwart Acton High School forward Alex Brake during the third annual cops versus students game at Acton Arena. The students gained bragging rights for the year and won the rubber match in the series by a 9-3 score. The fundraising match ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 5   Halton Regional Police Service goalie Ryan Payne attempts to thwart Acton High School forward Alex Brake during the third annual cops versus students game at Acton Arena. The students gained ...
  • Wal-Mart aids cancer walk
    Newspaper  Maher, Eamonn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 22     Mia Irwin (left) and Joanne Chandler (right) plan on walking 60 kilometres again this year in the Weekend to End Breast Cancer Sept. 7-9 in Toronto as a fundraiser for Princess Margaret Hospital. They sold pink ribbon items and chocolates in the Georgetown Market Place Wal-Mart store and between ...
    Newspaper  Maher, Eamonn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 22   Mia Irwin (left) and Joanne Chandler (right) plan on walking 60 kilometres again this year in the Weekend to End Breast Cancer Sept. 7-9 in Toronto as a fundraiser for ...
  • Crop for Cancer tomorrow
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 22     The fifth annual event, which raises funds for Cancer Assistance Services of Halton Hills (CAShh), will take place tomorrow (Saturday, April 14). The community is invited to stop by Knox Church in Georgetown to make a donation or bid on silent auction items between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Previously ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 22   The fifth annual event, which raises funds for Cancer Assistance Services of Halton Hills (CAShh), will take place tomorrow (Saturday, April 14). The community is invited to stop by Knox ...
  • Acton Seniors sell pizza kits as latest fundraiser
    Newspaper  Conroy, Julie, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 21     The latest newsletters are at the front desk. Please pick up one when you are in. The only ones labeled in the future will be the seniors' apartments on Elizabeth Dr. and Birchway. They have been hand delivered. If you are unable to get to the centre in the next ...
    Newspaper  Conroy, Julie, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 21   The latest newsletters are at the front desk. Please pick up one when you are in. The only ones labeled in the future will be the seniors' apartments on Elizabeth ...
  • Check out Lions dog guides open house Saturday
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 11     Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides is hosting its annual spring Open House on Saturday, April 14, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at its Oakville facility. This family event is to raise funds for and create awareness of the services the Foundation provides to Canadians with disabilities. "These truly are ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 11   Lions Foundation of Canada Dog Guides is hosting its annual spring Open House on Saturday, April 14, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at its Oakville facility. This family event is ...
  • Hair today, gone tomorrow
    Newspaper  Maher, Eamonn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 1     Halton Hills Regional Councillor Clark Somerville and nine-year-old Rebecca Bath (above) did their part for cancer research by having their heads shaved at Tanners' Restaurant last week, raising close to $2,500 for the Acton Branch of the Canadian Cancer Society. Bath, a Robert Little Public School ...
    Newspaper  Maher, Eamonn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 13 Apr 2007, p. 1   Halton Hills Regional Councillor Clark Somerville and nine-year-old Rebecca Bath (above) did their part for cancer research by having their heads shaved at Tanners' Restaurant last week, raising close to ...
  • Solving the whodunit
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 11 Apr 2007, p. 23     Murder Mystery Inc. congratulate Ken Bartlette (centre) for solving the murder during the Murder Mystery fundraiser for the Bennett Centre. The event raised $3,046 for the Centre's Serenity Room....
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 11 Apr 2007, p. 23   Murder Mystery Inc. congratulate Ken Bartlette (centre) for solving the murder during the Murder Mystery fundraiser for the Bennett Centre. The event raised $3,046 for the Centre's Serenity Room....
  • North Halton MS Walk set for April 15
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 28 Mar 2007, p. 19     The Milton/Halton Hills Loblaws Super Cities WALK for MS will be held on Sunday, April 15. More than 400 people are expected to walk for a cure, raising $90,000 and providing hope to the estimated 55,000 to 75,000 Canadians who live with multiple sclerosis (MS). Beginning and finishing at Milton ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 28 Mar 2007, p. 19   The Milton/Halton Hills Loblaws Super Cities WALK for MS will be held on Sunday, April 15. More than 400 people are expected to walk for a cure, raising $90,000 and ...
  • Run for all
    Newspaper  McAlpine, Shawn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 28 Mar 2007, p. 5     Power Zone fitness club members held a St. Patrick's Day fun run for family members (and pets) with the proceeds going to the Georgetown Bread Basket. Among the approximately 30 runners taking part were Kim Robertson, her niece Lindsay Quinn and family pooch Brandy....
    Newspaper  McAlpine, Shawn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 28 Mar 2007, p. 5   Power Zone fitness club members held a St. Patrick's Day fun run for family members (and pets) with the proceeds going to the Georgetown Bread Basket. Among the approximately 30 ...
  • Jump Start gets boost
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 16 Mar 2007, p. 4     In a recent Jump Start fundraising raffle, the prize winners dropped by the Georgetown Canadian Tire store to pick up their prizes. Winners included Gabrielle Dudek (who won a 27-inch television) Jump Start committee member Susan Tupling, Lorie Manley (winner of a telephone system) and Liz ...
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 16 Mar 2007, p. 4   In a recent Jump Start fundraising raffle, the prize winners dropped by the Georgetown Canadian Tire store to pick up their prizes. Winners included Gabrielle Dudek (who won a 27-inch ...
  • Lions Club launches fundraising program
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 23 Feb 2007, p. 12     The Georgetown Lions Club is now participating in a new Lions fundraising program-- the Lions Gateway Club. The project is geared to provide savings to people, generate more customers for participating businesses, introduce Lionism to younger people and be a fundraising opportunity for community ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 23 Feb 2007, p. 12   The Georgetown Lions Club is now participating in a new Lions fundraising program-- the Lions Gateway Club. The project is geared to provide savings to people, generate more customers for ...
  • Heart Month Heart and Stroke door-to-door campaign sets $175,000 goal
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 9 Feb 2007, p. 23     The Peel/Halton Hills Chapter of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario has set a goal to raise over $175,000 during its door-to-door campaign, running now until February 28. "We are thrilled to launch Heart Month 2007in Halton Hills," said Heart and Stroke area manager Shawn Keba. "Whether ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 9 Feb 2007, p. 23   The Peel/Halton Hills Chapter of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario has set a goal to raise over $175,000 during its door-to-door campaign, running now until February 28. "We ...
  • Annual Skate in the Park hopes to raise $10,000
    Newspaper  Tallyn, Lisa, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 7 Feb 2007, p. 9     Although he's 10 years older than when he did it the first time, Tony Hayward of Georgetown plans to skate 300 miles around Brampton's Gage Park in approximately 19 hours this weekend to raise money for a children's charity. To mark the 10th anniversary of the "Skate in the Park ...
    Newspaper  Tallyn, Lisa, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 7 Feb 2007, p. 9   Although he's 10 years older than when he did it the first time, Tony Hayward of Georgetown plans to skate 300 miles around Brampton's Gage Park in approximately 19 hours ...
  • Record donation
    Newspaper  Maher, Eamonn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 5 Jan 2007, p. 4     The 22nd-annual edition of the Paul Murr Memorial Golf Tournament held last May at the Blue Springs course in Acton generated a record $53,000 for the Acton branch of the Canadian Cancer Society, bringing the total amount raised in the history of the event to just short of $600,000. Accepting ...
    Newspaper  Maher, Eamonn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 5 Jan 2007, p. 4   The 22nd-annual edition of the Paul Murr Memorial Golf Tournament held last May at the Blue Springs course in Acton generated a record $53,000 for the Acton branch of the ...
  • Sisters to host cancer fund-raiser Jan. 11
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 5 Jan 2007, p. 3     Area residents will have a chance to take in a current movie at a reduced ticket price and give to three different cancer organizations at the same time through a unique fund-raiser organized by two local sisters to be held later this month. Heather and Karen MacKinnon, Grades 12 and ...
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 5 Jan 2007, p. 3   Area residents will have a chance to take in a current movie at a reduced ticket price and give to three different cancer organizations at the same time through a ...
  • Elizabeth's donates to food bank
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 21 Dec 2006, p. 15     At their fifth annual fashion show at North Halton Golf and Country Club, Elizabeth's Fashions appealed to the audience of 140 to make donations to the Georgetown Bread Basket Food Bank, and Elizabeth's would match the donations. At the end of the show, a total of $1,000 was donated and ...
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 21 Dec 2006, p. 15   At their fifth annual fashion show at North Halton Golf and Country Club, Elizabeth's Fashions appealed to the audience of 140 to make donations to the Georgetown Bread Basket Food ...
  • Choir to perform Handel's Messiah
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 19 Dec 2006, p. 13     The Guelph Chamber Choir is continuing its 27th season with a performance of Handel's Messiah on December 23rd at the River Run Centre in Guelph. "It doesn't matter how many times we perform it, this work is always inspiring" says Gerald Neufeld, the conductor. "For a community that loves Messiah, ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 19 Dec 2006, p. 13   The Guelph Chamber Choir is continuing its 27th season with a performance of Handel's Messiah on December 23rd at the River Run Centre in Guelph. "It doesn't matter how many ...
  • Wheels in Motion raised $11,804
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 6 Dec 2006, p. 25     Halton Hills will benefit from funds raised at the first annual Rick Hansen Wheels In Motion presented by Scotiabank. Bill Leslie, Garry Gore and Chris Kenopic led a team of volunteers in the community to help raise over $11,804. Rick Hansen Wheels In Motion is an annual event held in ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 6 Dec 2006, p. 25   Halton Hills will benefit from funds raised at the first annual Rick Hansen Wheels In Motion presented by Scotiabank. Bill Leslie, Garry Gore and Chris Kenopic led a team of ...
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