From Liana Palmer:
Game warden: Didn’t you see the no-fishing sign, son?
Boy: I’m not fishing, sir. I’m teaching these worms how to swim!
This event is SOLD OUT!
Message from Liana Palmer:
Just a gentle nudge that the Codrington Variety Show is happening next Sunday and it’s going to be great.
You’ll be in heaven hearing the harp/recorder duo, amazed at the talents of Kaz and Karina Connelly, in hysterics watching the “Olympic Team,” tapping your toes to Cheryl Casselman, humming along to familiar songs sung by Tina, Bruce, and others, and trying to guess who the Mystery Guest is. There are other acts too, plus prizes and refreshments. Hard to believe this is all available for $10 (in advance, $15 at the door), and kids 12 and under are free.
Sunday April 2 from 2:00 to 4:00
Codrington Community Centre
Message from Christina Knight & Joanne Alexander (New Director's of Adam's Hope)
Adam's Hope Foundation is a non profit organization who help families in the Quinte and surrounding areas help families who have children living with Autism! April 2nd is World Autism Day and we are organizing a Autism Walk and Fundraiser in Brighton starting and ending at the Kind Edward Community Centre! We hope to raise more awareness in the community and our goal is to raise 10,000 to help families in the community and surrounding areas receive extra funding to help towards various therapies, respite, technology devices etc!
After the walk through Brighton on April 2nd, we will have various vendors and information booths as well as a Silent Art Auction and prizes to raffle off!
2016 state of homelessness in Northumberland County
Public information evening February 22 7pm-9pm at Trinity St Andrews Community Hall.
More information about this initiative and reports can be found on their website.
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