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  • Crop for Cancer
    Newspaper  Byrnes, Sabrina, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 25 Apr 2007, Section 1, p. 7     Crop for Cancer Peggy Tyrrell participated in the Crop for Cancer (scrap booking fundraiser) that took place at Knox Presbyterian Church recently. Jen Snow was crowned `Queen of the Crop' for having personally collected more than $1,100 in pledges. Linda Plastino was second with $550 and Wanda ...
    Newspaper  Byrnes, Sabrina, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 25 Apr 2007, Section 1, p. 7   Crop for Cancer Peggy Tyrrell participated in the Crop for Cancer (scrap booking fundraiser) that took place at Knox Presbyterian Church recently. Jen Snow was crowned `Queen of the Crop' ...
  • Cancer campaign begins Wednesday
    Newspaper  Tallyn, Lisa; Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 23 Mar 2007, p. 16     Canvassers for the Acton Branch of the Canadian Cancer Society will be out in full force selling daffodils as (from left) branch president and daffodil convener Cathy Gerrow, campaign co-ordinator Liz Bailey and longtime volunteer Rena Arbic checked out the daffodils at Blooms Away Flower Shop in ...
    Newspaper  Tallyn, Lisa; Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 23 Mar 2007, p. 16   Canvassers for the Acton Branch of the Canadian Cancer Society will be out in full force selling daffodils as (from left) branch president and daffodil convener Cathy Gerrow, campaign co-ordinator ...
  • Buzz the Boss to aid cancer campaign
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 23 Mar 2007, p. 10     Cancer Society campaign begins soon The staff at Tanners Pub and Grill in Acton have come up with a fun way to assist the Acton Branch of the Canadian Cancer Society with their annual spring fundraising campaign. The staff have been challenged by Tanners Operations Manager Clark Somerville to ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 23 Mar 2007, p. 10   Cancer Society campaign begins soon The staff at Tanners Pub and Grill in Acton have come up with a fun way to assist the Acton Branch of the Canadian Cancer ...
  • CAShh volunteer drivers are thanked for efforts
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 16 Mar 2007, p. 17     Cancer Assistance Services of Halton Hills (CAShh) held its annual luncheon in appreciation of their volunteer drivers last month at the CAShh offices on Mountainview Road North in Georgetown. Some cancer survivors were also present to share their stories and tell the drivers what this service has ...
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 16 Mar 2007, p. 17   Cancer Assistance Services of Halton Hills (CAShh) held its annual luncheon in appreciation of their volunteer drivers last month at the CAShh offices on Mountainview Road North in Georgetown. Some ...
  • Photograph
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 2 Mar 2007, p. 14     The TD Canada Trust Branch in Georgetown South recently donated $1,000 to Links2Care after opening their doors in the Georgetown South plaza. On hand were (from left) TD Canada Trust employee Tara Murphy, Branch Manager Brenda Dawicki, Melanie Nixon from Links2Care, TD Canada Trust District VP ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 2 Mar 2007, p. 14   The TD Canada Trust Branch in Georgetown South recently donated $1,000 to Links2Care after opening their doors in the Georgetown South plaza. On hand were (from left) TD Canada Trust ...
  • Wal-Mart aid
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 2 Feb 2007, p. 22     Mia Irwin (right) and Joanne Chandler, participants in last year's Weekend to End Breast Cancer, have already begun raising funds for the upcoming run (Sept. 7-9,) and Georgetown Wal-Mart has helped them by matching their fundraising of $682.62 each. On hand to make the presentation were (from ...
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 2 Feb 2007, p. 22   Mia Irwin (right) and Joanne Chandler, participants in last year's Weekend to End Breast Cancer, have already begun raising funds for the upcoming run (Sept. 7-9,) and Georgetown Wal-Mart has ...
  • Support for United Way
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 26 Jan 2007, p. 19     Halton Hills United Way volunteers Cor Baarda (left) and Don Fitzsimons recently accepted a cheque for $1,437 from Sandra Schulthies, branch manager of the Georgetown Scotiabank, as she presented the funds to the United Way on behalf of the staff and clients of the bank. They raised the funds ...
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 26 Jan 2007, p. 19   Halton Hills United Way volunteers Cor Baarda (left) and Don Fitzsimons recently accepted a cheque for $1,437 from Sandra Schulthies, branch manager of the Georgetown Scotiabank, as she presented the ...
  • Letters to the editor...Youngsters' cancer fund-raiser nets $7,500
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 26 Jan 2007, p. 6     Dear editor, Recently, my sister Karen and I hosted a fundraiser at the Georgetown Cinemas 3 in support of those dealing with cancer in our community. An article published in The Independent & Free Press, announcements being made at Christ the King Secondary School, mention being made at the masses ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 26 Jan 2007, p. 6   Dear editor, Recently, my sister Karen and I hosted a fundraiser at the Georgetown Cinemas 3 in support of those dealing with cancer in our community. An article published in ...
  • Kelsey's helps out hospital
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 24 Jan 2007, p. 10     Kelsey's Restaurant, at 256 Guelph Street, officially opened earlier this week, hosting a VIP reception at which all donations were accepted in aid of the Georgetown Hospital Foundation. On hand for the cheque presentation of more than $3,300, were (from left) Halton Hills Wards 3 &4 Regional ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 24 Jan 2007, p. 10   Kelsey's Restaurant, at 256 Guelph Street, officially opened earlier this week, hosting a VIP reception at which all donations were accepted in aid of the Georgetown Hospital Foundation. On hand ...
  • 'Tis the season of giving
Magic donation 
Daycare aids food bank
Toys for Sally Ann
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 21 Dec 2006, p. 23     Curves on Main Street Georgetown recently completed its month-long toy drive in which toys were donated by members and staff to the Salvation Army. Curve staffers (from left) Debby Jackson, Jennifer Harvey, Val Leachman, Hilary Leachman and Annette Ryan assembled as the toys were ready to be picked ...
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 21 Dec 2006, p. 23   Curves on Main Street Georgetown recently completed its month-long toy drive in which toys were donated by members and staff to the Salvation Army. Curve staffers (from left) Debby Jackson, ...
  • Halton Museum to present musical Hardscrabble Road
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 19 Dec 2006, p. 13     Give the gift of live theatre this Christmas. The Halton Museum Foundation is kicking off its 2007 fundraising campaign on Saturday, January 20 at Georgetown's John Elliott Theatre with a special presentation of James Gordon's critically acclaimed musical Hardscrabble Road. This gritty, ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 19 Dec 2006, p. 13   Give the gift of live theatre this Christmas. The Halton Museum Foundation is kicking off its 2007 fundraising campaign on Saturday, January 20 at Georgetown's John Elliott Theatre with a ...
  • Knitting for a Cure
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 3 Nov 2006, p. 8     Georgetown Yarn and Crafts, once again, hosted a successful Knit for the Cure event this past weekend. Over the two-day event the 28 participants, including from left, Joan McLeish of Terra Cotta, store owner Diane Crawford, and `survivor' Lillian Schuch of Waterdown, raised $11,500 through ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 3 Nov 2006, p. 8   Georgetown Yarn and Crafts, once again, hosted a successful Knit for the Cure event this past weekend. Over the two-day event the 28 participants, including from left, Joan McLeish of ...
  • Wal-Mart aids cancer fight
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 20 Oct 2006, p. 8     Wal-Mart in Georgetown Market Place recently donated $2,600 to the CIBC Run for the Cure as assistant manager Yolanda Lemus (left), and store manager John Divirgilio (right) presented Clare Coachman with the cheque. Coachman, who took part in the run with her team Breast Friends set up a table in ...
    Newspaper  Brown, Ted, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 20 Oct 2006, p. 8   Wal-Mart in Georgetown Market Place recently donated $2,600 to the CIBC Run for the Cure as assistant manager Yolanda Lemus (left), and store manager John Divirgilio (right) presented Clare Coachman ...
  • Event set for Oct. 22 
Go-kart races planned as CAShh fundraiser
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 11 Oct 2006, p. 8     There are two races, with registration being 7:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. Each team is required to raise a While Cancer Assistance minimum of $400, or $100 per driServices of Halton Hills (CAShh) ver and all team members must be has had some unique fundraisers at least 16 years of ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 11 Oct 2006, p. 8   There are two races, with registration being 7:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. Each team is required to raise a While Cancer Assistance minimum of $400, or $100 per driServices of ...
  • Youthful enthusiasm
    Newspaper  Byrnes, Sabrina, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 20 Sep 2006, p. 1     Youthful enthusiasm Colton McFarlane, 2, of Georgetown showed that when it came to participating in the annual Acton Terry Fox Run you can never be too young. Colton was among the roughly 200 people who took part in the 26th annual event, which this year raised $28,000, on Sunday at ...
    Newspaper  Byrnes, Sabrina, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 20 Sep 2006, p. 1   Youthful enthusiasm Colton McFarlane, 2, of Georgetown showed that when it came to participating in the annual Acton Terry Fox Run you can never be too young. Colton was among ...
  • A tandem run for Terry
    Newspaper  Byrnes, Sabrina, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 20 Sep 2006, p. 3     Sanja Bago and Meghan Sippel, 7, participated in the annual Georgetown Terry Fox Run held at the Gellert Community Centre Sunday morning. The Georgetown run raised approximately $21,000, bettering the prerun goal of $20,000. See story pg. 9. Photo by Sabrina Byrnes ...
    Newspaper  Byrnes, Sabrina, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 20 Sep 2006, p. 3   Sanja Bago and Meghan Sippel, 7, participated in the annual Georgetown Terry Fox Run held at the Gellert Community Centre Sunday morning. The Georgetown run raised approximately $21,000, bettering the ...
  • Parkinson's walk
    Newspaper  Byrnes, Sabrina, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 20 Sep 2006, p. 3     Parkinson's walk Jack Reed, a Parkinson's sufferer, and his wife Ina (centre) participated in the Parkinson's Super Walk held at the Gellert Community Centre recently. Photo by Sabrina Byrnes...
    Newspaper  Byrnes, Sabrina, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 20 Sep 2006, p. 3   Parkinson's walk Jack Reed, a Parkinson's sufferer, and his wife Ina (centre) participated in the Parkinson's Super Walk held at the Gellert Community Centre recently. Photo by Sabrina Byrnes...
  • New Acton sports facility to cost more, but organizers close to fundraising goal
    Newspaper  Gamble, Cynthia, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 8 Sep 2006, p. 3     An Acton businessman stepped forward Tuesday to pledge more cash for the Acton Agricultural Society's It's More Than Fair building campaign, moving the group closer to its goal of a new indoor sports and community facility. The Acton Agricultural Society began fundraising in earnest this spring to ...
    Newspaper  Gamble, Cynthia, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 8 Sep 2006, p. 3   An Acton businessman stepped forward Tuesday to pledge more cash for the Acton Agricultural Society's It's More Than Fair building campaign, moving the group closer to its goal of a ...
  • A helping hand to CHERISH
    Newspaper  McAlpine, Shawn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 6 Sep 2006, p. 10     A helping hand to CHERISH Lisa Porter (left) recently became a Private Home Child Care Provider with the CHERISH Private Home Child Care Agency. On hand to present a gift of books donated by the Freckled Lion Bookstore was store owner Kate Murray and Sue Tolley, CHERISH Home Visitor. The ...
    Newspaper  McAlpine, Shawn, Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 6 Sep 2006, p. 10   A helping hand to CHERISH Lisa Porter (left) recently became a Private Home Child Care Provider with the CHERISH Private Home Child Care Agency. On hand to present a gift ...
  • United Way ball is getting closer
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 1 Sep 2006, p. 12     The United Way of Halton Hills is holding its annual President's Ball on Saturday, September 9 at Blue Springs Golf & Country Club in Acton. This includes a meal, silent auction and dancing. This year's prizes include a stay at a summer home in Prince Edward Island, sports tickets, spa ...
    Newspaper  Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 1 Sep 2006, p. 12   The United Way of Halton Hills is holding its annual President's Ball on Saturday, September 9 at Blue Springs Golf & Country Club in Acton. This includes a meal, silent ...
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