1 The Kawartha Periodical Newsletter of the Kawartha Branch of the United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada Web site: < Volume 15, Issue 2 The Kawartha Branch was granted its charter on June 23, 1979 Fall/Winter The President s Message Thank you for your input and participation in the events and celebrations organized by Kawartha Branch since August. Our Branch supported the efforts of the Monarchist League in Peterborough to celebrate the Longest Reigning Monarch Day on 09 September. In October Kawartha Branch held our Annual Branch Banquet on the 19th with 39 attending. Our guest speaker was our National President, Barb Andrew UE, who spoke about Honouring our Past but Looking forward to the Future. You will find details about the Certificate recipients in Joan Lucas Genealogist Report and our Photo Pages. We were honoured with the visit by Anne Redish UE in her role as Central East Regional Vice-President. Although the day was wet with a Scottish mist we had a good turnout for the Remembrance Day parade and were honoured to be introduced to the newly elected MP of Peterborough, Mariam Monsef. Wimpy Borland UE has already invited her to join us on 17 June 2016 for our Flag Raising ceremony at City Hall! Over warm coats, the ladies in the parade wore striking UEL sashes created by former Branch President, Doreen Thompson UE. Our most senior member, The Major Reverend Donald Howson UE, age 101, attended the solemn ceremony. Our general meeting for November was held on the 22 November with guest speaker, Joan Lucas UE, speaking about our Branch Patron and Past Honourary Member, E. John Chard UE. Joan s presentation was accompanied by great photos, certificates, and plaques and generated good discussion among those attending. Our Branch project for the Fall has been to create a Shadow Box featuring the life and outstanding achievements of this remarkable gentleman. Our Shadow Box was displayed at the meeting. Doreen presented the Branch with 12 new sashes for future parades and events - a labour of love that we greatly appreciate! Several very important tasks are being investigated by the Finance Committee and the By- Laws committee. The bequest of $100, will be invested once suitable exploration of options have been completed and approved by the Executive and presented to our membership. The Branch By- Laws are being reviewed so that they can be up-dated and sent to our members for approval before submitting to our Central-East Regional Vice President, Anne Redish UE. We are hopeful that the new Dominion Genealogist, Kathryn Lake Hogan UE, will streamline and simplify the application process for new members proving their lineage back to a Loyalist. The backbone of all Branches is the Genealogist and we all appreciate and know that there is help and encouragement always throughout the application process, thanks to Joan s dedication and expertise. A new initiative put forth by Branch Historian, Ron Good UE, is to start a Loan Library monitored by the Membership Chair. Ron provided two books and a sign out system was started. Each book will be signed out for three months, roughly the time between meetings. Loyally yours, Grietje McBride UE, 2260 North Esson Line, Indian River, Ontario. K0L 2B0 Phone: In This Issue President s Message p. 1 From The Editor s Desk p. 2 Genealogist s Report p. 2 Treasurer s Report pp. 2-3 Kawartha Branch Exec. & Committees 2015 p. 4 The Loyalist Corner pp. 4 6 Views In And About Kawartha Branch pp Monday, 30 November 2015 MSPUB\mspub\ueperiod\2015vol15#2
2 Volume 15, Issue 2, Page 2 From The Editor s Desk Here in Kawartha Branch, we feel that we have a great deal to offer to our members as we continue into the future. To maintain an informative and interesting newsletter, we are actively seeking your family history or passeddown stories of Loyalists a n d t h e i r f a m i l y adventures. I trust that you find this Fall 2015 / Winter 2016 issue of our Kawartha Periodical newsletter of interest and we look forward to hearing from you!!! My wife, Grietje, and I wish you and your loved ones a most enjoyable Christmas season and look forward to seeing you again in the new year. Sincerely and loyally yours, Bob McBride UE, Kawartha Branch Newsletter Editor. Genealogist s Report It has been a busy fall! Just in November we have gained six new branch members, now busy collecting their proofs for National membership. Robert Truax, Mitchell Truax and Lucas Truax of Blackstock, Loyalist ancestor: Jonas Larroway UE. Shelly Lynn Buxton of Peterborough, Loyalist ancestor: Sarah Kast McGinness UE Charles Jewett of Bobcaygeon, Loyalist ancestors: Peter Asselstine UE; Elijah Bottum UE; Phineas Hurd UE; Jacob Powley UE; and Peter Davy, UE. Sue Anne Watts of Little Britain, Loyalist ancestor: Michael Gallenger Sr. UE The Kawartha Periodical As well we have six other branch members working on their UE certificates: Patricia Staples, Ken Spry, Loyalist ancestor: Capt. Isaac Gerow UE Vandra Husar, Loyalist ancestor: John McMartin UE Alisha Embury, Loyalist ancestor: David Embury UE and also granddaughter of long time Kawartha member, Bruce Embury UE Shirley Rolufs, Loyalist ancstors: Lt. William Ruttan UE, Mathew Steel UE, Matthew Benson UE Teresa Daw UE. Teresa is a member of Bay of Quinte and a dual member with Kawartha at this time. She is also a descendant of Nicholas Lake UE, John Lake Sr. UE and William Reed UE. We also presented UE Certificates at our September meeting and October Annual dinner, to: Terri Pretty UE; Emma Pretty UE; Jackson Pretty, UE; Judy Jackson, UE; Amanda Fasken UE; Laura Susan Fox UE; Joan Featherstone UE; Donald G. Smith, UE; Marie Patterson UE; and Robert Weirmeir UE. Merry Christmas and Happy Hunting! Call me if you need help. Joan Lucas UE, Kawartha Branch Genealogist. Treasurer s Report Since our last report in the Summer 2015 issue of The Kawartha Periodical, and as of our last Regular Meeting on 22 November, we received an interim payment of $100,000 from the John Chard estate in August. We have met with three potential investment portfolio managers and have selected CIBC Wood-Gundy to manage investments for us. We will be meeting with their account manager on 27 November to iron out details including management fees, selection of a diversified, medium risk, investment portfolio and setting up of an investment account for regular reporting to us. We will be investing about $100,000 initially with the remaining approximately $140,000 coming in later this year or early in 2016 as soon as the Chard Estate Clearance Certificate is issued by CRA and the balance of the funds are distributed to the five Loyalist Branches involved. Our Annual Banquet was well attended on 17 October with 38 attendees including two guests:
3 The Kawartha Periodical Volume 15, Issue 2, Page 3 Barbara Andrew UE, Dominion President and guest speaker; and Joe Taylor who brought greetings from Peterborough County. After expenses, including new Branch lapel pins to all attendees (yet to be distributed due to late arrival from the manufacturer), we realized a small loss of $ We cashed in a $2000 one-year cashable GIC that yielded us 1% interest. We will be investing this at Wood -Gundy, along with the Chard Estate bequest. We still have a $6000 five-year GIC which will complete its second year of maturity (yielding 1.4% and 1.6%) in September 2016, at which time we will also invest it with the same investment manager. As of our latest bank statement of 23 October 2015, our total assets at Kawartha Branch are $109, We already have 17 paid-up members for 2016 and we remind all members that your branch dues are due on 01 January We have to forward your per capita fee to Dominion Headquarters by 01 February 2016 to qualify you for mail-out of The Loyalist Gazette next Spring A single membership costs $50.00 including the $40 per capita fee to Dominion Headquarters plus $10 Branch dues. A family membership costs $55 per capita fee plus $10 Branch dues for each and every member, so a husband and wife would pay $75. Additional family members would add $10 each to that total. Dual Branch members pay a Kawartha Branch fee of $10 per member as their per capita fee would be paid at their other home branch. Please make out your dues cheque to: Kawartha Branch UELAC and mail, or deliver it to: Frank Lucas, 1852 Glenforest Blvd., Peterborough, ON, K9K 2P3 in December 2015 or early January F r a n k Lucas, K a w artha B r a n c h Treasurer The Loyalist Corner Needs Your Stories!!! Many years ago an appeal was made for Kawartha Branch members to submit a summary or vignette of their Loyalist ancestor. When I revived our Branch Newsletter in the spring of 1997 with Volume 5, Issue 1, Joan Lucas UE, then our Branch President, provided me with seventeen vignettes of varying lengths that had been submitted to her over the years from Branch members. Now, having published over thirty vignettes, we have none left in our archives. Thus we are in desperate need of new material to ensure the continuation of the Loyalist Corner in future issues. You will find a complete listing of what is in our archives and the vignettes that have been published in the past issues on page 04 of this newsletter. Vignettes or histories of your Loyalist ancestor need not be lengthy or fully documented. Our readership is most interested in the story of your Loyalist ancestor and it is best described in your own words. PLEASE HELP by sending your submissions to Bob McBride UE, Editor, Kawartha Branch Newsletter, Maple Grove Farms, 2260 North Esson Line, Indian River, Ontario. K0L 2B0. Phone:
4 Volume 15, Issue 2, Page 4 The Kawartha Periodical Kawartha Branch Executive and Committees for President Grietje McBride UE Immediate Past President William Atkinson UE First Vice President Second Vice President Vacant Vacant Secretary Margaret Pulver UE Treasurer Frank Lucas Genealogist Joan Lucas UE Assistant Genealogist Doreen Thompson UE Programme Convenor All Members Public Relations Arnold Weirmeir UE Newsletter Editor Robert McBride UE Photographer Keith Borland UE Historian-Archivist Ronald (Ron) Good UE Membership & Telephone Chairperson Shirley Lowes UE none Web Master Robert McBride UE Education Advisors Grietje McBride UE Robert McBride UE Social Convenor Elaine Gillespie UE Sales and Displays William Atkinson UE Directors Keith Borland UE Wellington Borland UE Robert McBride UE Arnold Weirmeir UE We need volunteers to serve as First and Second Vice-Presidents. If you are interested, please contact any of the individuals listed above. Come see us at our Sales Booth on Saturday, 13 February 2016, 10:00-4:00 p.m. at the Buckhorn Community Centre Heritage Day, 1801 Lakehurst Road, in Buckhorn!!! Next Kawartha Branch Meeting Sunday, 21 February 2016, 2:00 p.m. St. Paul s Presbyterian Church Parlour Water Street, Peterborough, Ontario Our annual Kawartha Branch AGM is on Sunday, 17 April Our guest speaker will be Dan Buchanan Speaking about the 1804 The Speedy ship wreck
5 The Kawartha Periodical Volume 15, Issue 2, Page 5 Issue Volume 5, Issue 1 Volume 5, Issue 2 Volume 6, Issue 1 Volume 6, Issue 2 Volume 7, Issue 1 Volume 7, Issue 2 Volume 8, Issue 1 Volume 8, Issue 2 Volume 9, Issue 1 Volume 9, Issue 2 Volume 10, Issue 1 Volume 10, Issue 2 Volume 11, Issue 1 Volume 11, Issue 2 Volume 12, Issue 1 Volume 12, Issue 2 Volume 13, Issue 1 Loyalist Corner Each of these UE ancestors have been highlighted in issues of The Kawartha Periodical : Loyalist William Fairchild UE Andrew Denike UE Adam Young UE & Henry Young UE Sgt. Henry Buchner (Boughner, Buckner) UE Jacob DeCou UE & Captain John DeCou Martin Silmzer UE Richard Rogers UE James Rogers UE Capt. Jacobus Peck Jr. UE James Peck Jr. UE Sgt. Gabriel Purdy UE Timothy Pringle (Prindle) UE Daniel Fraser UE John Hagerman Sr. UE Peter Irish UE McGregory Van Every UE Thomas Goheen Sr. UE John Howell UE John Stevens Sr. UE Col. David Breakenridge UE Philip Hartman UE David Springer UE John Howell UE Descendants of Adam Young UE Henry Munger UE Catherine Kester John Lake Senior UE Robert Land UE Col. William Marsh UE Kawartha Branch Member Donor: William Atkinson Doug Berry Jack Brownscombe Helen M. Buttimor Keith Chiles Russell Curry Stewart Hagerman Peggy Haggis Freda Huff Frank Lamb Joan Lucas Grietje McBride Robert McBride Stan McBride Doris Nelson Marjorie Owen Margaret Pulver Betty Richardson Frank Rogers Jean Steinburgh Doreen Thompson & Judy Fisher Guy Thompson Ruth Turner Isabel Wessell Donald Willson U.E.L. Ancestor: Robert Bessey Senior UE William Fairchild UE Daniel Fraser UE Capt. Jacobus Peck Jr. UE James Peck Jr. UE Andrew Denike UE Philip Hartman UE John Hagerman Sr. UE Col. William Marsh UE Col. David Breakenridge UE Henry Buchner UE Sgt. Robert Graham UE Sgt. Gabriel Purdy UE Hendrick Dachstaeder UE Lieut. Frederick Dochstader UE Jacob De Cou III UE John Stevens Senior UE McGregory Van Every UE Adam Young UE Henry Young UE John Howell UE Thomas Goheen UE Robert Land UE Ordelia [nee Pymer] Orser UE Martin Silmzer UE Richard Rogers UE Col. James Rogers UE The Palatine LOTT Family [LUT, LUTS, LUTZ, LUTH, LOTS] The Palatine FINCKEL Family Timothy Pringle UE The Kuster Family Peter Irish UE David Springer UE Volume 14, Issue 1 Volume 14, Issue 2 Volume 15, Issue 1 Volume 15, Issue 2 - Ordelia Pymer, Mrs. (John) Eastman Orser UE - The Palatine LOTT Family - Robert Bessey Senior UE - The Finckel Family
6 Volume 15, Issue 2, Page 6 Loyalist Corner Finckel By Judith Fisher UE and Doreen Thompson UE Dr. Johann George Finckel ( ) was the son of Johann Philipp Finckel (1688, Germany 1725, Livingston Manor, Province of New York) and Anna Catharina Geertruy who emigrated from the Palatine. Johann George was born at Livingston Manor. He became very prosperous, owning properties at both Little and Great Nine Partners. He married Elizabeth Henn and they had eight children: Eve, born 1740; George Philip, born 1741; Anna Margaretha, born 1744; Elizabeth, born 1746; George, born 1747; Catharina, born 1751; Johann, born 1755; and Henry, born When the Rebels discovered that Johann George was a Loyalist, they seized all of his property. Eve Finckel (Lott) (1740 after 1794) was our direct ancestor. She married John Lott Senior (see the Kawartha Branch Periodical, Fall / Winter , for more on the Lott family). George Finckel ( ) was born at Germantown, Province of New York. He and John Meyers were listed on the Roll of the Second Battalion of the Kings Royal Rangers of New York in In 1791, George, James Van Alstine, Godlove Mikel, and others were added to the Royal Rangers along with Captain Myers. As a result of family marriages, George and his wife, Margaretha Grietje Simmons, were good friends of the Meyers and Bleeckers. John Finkel ( death date unknown) owned the first brewery / distillery in Upper Canada, not far from Bath. Henry Finckel ( ) enlisted with the The Kawartha Periodical Engineering Department of the British Army at the young age of sixteen. He later joined the First Battalion 84th Regiment of Foot, commanded by Major Jessup. In Upper Canada, Henry settled on Lot 6, Concession 1, Ernestown, later called Finkle s Point. He built the first frame house in Upper Canada, sawing all the boards himself. On his farm, he erected a schoolhouse and teacher s residence that he donated to the community. Henry also built the first wharf on the Bay of Quinte, and the first brewery / distillery, owned and operated by his brother, John. Henry owned Finkle s Tavern at Bath, the only one between Kingston and York, for many years, a handy outlet for John s brewery products. The Tavern was used for Court Sessions, and was the scene of the first execution by hanging in Canada. It was later proven that the poor victim had been innocent. Henry was married to Lucritia Bleeker. Two of their daughters, Minerva and Sarah, attended Lychfield Academy in Connecticut. One of Sarah s classmates was Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of Uncle Tom s Cabin. Henry owned Finkle Shipyards and operated several sailing vessels on the Bay of Quinte and Lake Ontario. In 1808, he died at the early age of 49. Lucretia maintained a strong interest in the shipyards along with her sons and became part owner of the first steamship on Lake Ontario, named the Frontenac, that had been built at Finkles. The lovely stone house that Henry built for Lucretia on King Street in Kingston has been recently restored. Daughter, Sarah, married Henry Gildersleeves who had travelled from Connecticut to assist with the building of the steamships at Finkles. Another daughter, Nancy, married John Pliny Crysler of the Crysler s Farm family. Going back to the Lott family and their eventual settlement in Marmora Township, if they had a lumber business at Shannick, would it be too much of a stretch of the imagination to think that the timber, or some of it, ended up at Uncle Henry s shipyards? An article in the book, Historic Hastings, page 154, states that the Grand Junction Railroad locomotives pulled loads of lumber from the interior down to Belleville.
7 The Kawartha Periodical Volume 15, Issue 2, Page 7 Kawartha Branch meets six times a year: in February, April, June, September, October and November. Elections are held every April. The June meeting is our annual Loyalist Flag Raising ceremony at City Hall, Peterborough, and at the Olde Gaol in Lindsay in the afternoon. Our October meeting is usually the Fall Banquet presently hosted by St. Paul s Presbyterian Church. Did You Know?? 2016 dues are due as of 01 January 2016 and the per capita fee must be in Dominion Headquarters hands by 01 February 2016 in order to qualify for delivery of the Spring 2016 Gazette; one per family to one address. Important Reminder of Dues In January 2016, it will be time to renew your membership in Kawartha Branch and the UELAC. Our Branch Constitution and By-laws state: AR The Treasurer shall, upon receipt of membership dues, provide a membership card of the year to each member the Branch and shall maintain records of the Branch membership in consultation with the Branch Genealogist and Branch Membership Chairperson. These up-to-date membership lists will be made available for distribution to the Executive upon request, with copies being supplied to the Branch Genealogist, Branch Membership Chairperson and the Branch Newsletter Editor. AR The Treasurer shall pay all appropriate per-capita dues to the UELAC on an annual basis by February 1 st, complete the membership form and The Loyalist Gazette form and submit these to the UELAC for the up-to-date Branch membership records. The fee structure is such that the per capita fee to the UELAC is $40 plus $10 to the Branch for a single person: total $50. For a family (two or more related people) the per capita fee to the UELAC is $55 plus $10 per family member for the Branch. Remember, the Branch Fee is still $10 for each and every person. Dual Branch membership fees, if registered in another Branch, are $10 at Kawartha Branch as your home branch will have paid the per capita fee to Dominion Office. Mail your Dues Cheque to our Branch Treasurer, Frank Lucas 1852 Glenforest Blvd., Peterborough, Ontario K9K 2P
8 Volume 15, Issue 2, Page 8 The Kawartha Periodical United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada Web Site: Kawartha Branch s Web Site: Views In And Around Kawartha Branch Our Branch joined the Peterborough Branch of the Monarchist League, led by Marjorie Shephard, to meet at Peterborough City Hall to honour Queen Elizabeth II as the longest reigning Monarch on 09 September. City of Peterborough Mayor, Daryl Bennett, read a proclamation announcing Queen Elizabeth II Day in Peterborough. The Reverend Major Donald Howson UE, now 101 years old, founder of the Peterborough Branch of the Monarchist League and long-time member of the Kawartha Branch UELAC, shares a moment with Glenys Reid, member of the Monarchist League, in front of Peterborough City Hall. Photo by the Peterborough Examiner newspaper. Reaching out to other groups interested in Loyalist-related h i s t o r y i s m u t u a l l y beneficial.
9 The Kawartha Periodical Volume 15, Issue 2, Page 9 On Sunday, 20 September 2015, Phyllis and Allan Lott UE, along with their children, had the honour of being inducted into the Agriculture Hall of Fame in Hastings County. Doreen (nee Lott) Thompson UE writes: Our farm was 200 acres on Lot 19, Concession 7 & 8, Thurlow Township, Hastings County. Three generations farmed the Century property. As well, on Sunday, 20 September 2015, Kawartha Branch President, Grietje R. McBride UE, displayed a cake commemorating the longest reign of Queen Elizabeth II on 09 September Kawartha Branch Genealogist, Joan Lucas UE, and Branch President, Grietje McBride UE, presented UE certificates to: Donald Smith UE, Jackson Pretty UE, Terry Pretty UE, Emma Pretty UE, Judy Pretty UE, and Marie Patterson UE.
10 Volume 15, Issue 2, Page 10 The Kawartha Periodical Past Dominion President, Bob McBride UE, displayed the American Revolutionary Officer s Pistol, as well as two original musket balls from Fort George, that he recently purchased in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Past Kawartha Branch President, Wellington (Wimpy) Borland UE, and Arnold Weirmeir UE recalled their experiences of the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in Alisha Embury, Loyalist ancestor: David Embury UE, is the granddaughter of long time Kawartha member, Bruce Embury UE.
11 The Kawartha Periodical Volume 15, Issue 2, Page 11 On Saturday, 17 October 2015, Kawartha Branch held its Annual Banquet, with the guest speaker, Dominion President, Barbara J. Andrew UE, speaking about Honouring Our Past, Looking to the Future.
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14 Volume 15, Issue 2, Page 14 The Kawartha Periodical On Wednesday, 11 November 2015, Kawartha Branch participated in the Remembrance Day parade and then the service while The Reverend Major Donald Howson UE, now 101 years old, long-time member of the Kawartha Branch UELAC, was in the audience at the cenotaph. Photos of Don Howson sourced from the Peterborough Examiner. Lest We Forget!!!
15 The Kawartha Periodical Volume 15, Issue 2, Page 15 Dominion President, Barbara J. Andrew UE, spent the weekend, October 2015, at the farm home of Grietje McBride UE and Bob McBride UE, touring the Kawartha area during the excellent fall weather, before being picked up by Dominion Promotions Chairperson and 2017 Celebrations Co-Chair, Patricia (Trish) Groom UE, to travel to Toronto for the Dominion Fall Council Meeting that was held on Saturday, 24 October Hope that you all enjoyed Thanksgiving!!! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to each and every one of you!!!
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SAILING ASSOCIATION OF MARCO COMMODORE S CABIN ADVICE FROM THE VICE Ken Bardon, Commodore Micki Gobeil, Vice Commodore The holiday festivities have begun. As I am writing this, I am also preparing Moonbeam
October 2015 Newsletter September has been a great month for the club with many regular events and the annual party. The Saturday night raffle and dinner was the largest so far with 160 plus people attending.
Budleigh Salterton Croquet Club Club Handbook Budleigh Salterton Croquet Club Ltd Westfield Close Budleigh Salterton Devon EX9 6ST Tel: 01395 442548 www.budleighcroquet.org Issuedby General Committee June
Southern Handcraft Society, Boca Raton Est. 1985 Volume 30, Issue 8 - August 2015 Message from the President August Newsletter Hello Ladies, By the time you get this newsletter I will be well on my way
LCS Meeting Thursday 27 th October The guest speaker for this meeting Tim Jones Librarian and Archivist at New Road home of Worcestershire County Cricket Club (Many thanks to Tim for allowing me to take
Ozark Garden Railway Society Dispatch January 2012 Well here are again at the start of a new year. 2011 was another great year for the club. Two layouts were featured in magazines, eight club layouts were
MT BAKER CAMERA CLUB SEPTEMBER 2009 NEWSLETTER %%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% WELCOME to the Mt. Baker Camera Club 2009-2010 Season! Look forward to seeing all of you at our first
March 2013 Newsletter Dedicated to bringing ENJOYMENT to all aspects of boating. Our web site http://www.cryc.ca Commodore s Message A big 'Thank You" to our guest speaker Caitlin Birdsall, Coordinator,
Happy Easter From The Devon and Cornwall Centre Chairman s Easter Update Dear Members It has been 5 months since becoming Chairman and hard to believe that I am almost half way through my term. Where has
AGM - Outgoing Club Captain s Address 2017 Peter, Tony, members of the committee, ladies and gentlemen, good evening. Well where do I start. When I stood up here a year ago to make my incoming Club Captain
Dates to Remember Send Annual Dues Now! January 7 Duwamish Head Race (Volunteers Needed!) 10 Membership 21 CYCT Harbor Series #1, Quartermaster Hbr February 4 CYCT Harbor Series #2, Pt. Ruston 14 Membership
2018 Newsletter President s Message - Pete Tolev, President Greeting Eels Lake Cottagers your Association has turned the PAGE! Yes, that is right as you are now reading the last hard copy edition of your
THE NEWSLETTER OF THE MUSEUM OF NEWPORT IRISH HISTORY Published by the Museum of Newport Irish History P.O. Box 1378 Newport, RI 02840 (401) 848 0661 VOLUME 12 SUMMER 2004 WAL-MART GRANT AWARDED TO THE
December 2018 NOTICE: Our Office will be closed December 24th, 25th, 26th & January 1st, 2019 COLOURING CONTEST!!!! Check out inside for two pictures to colour for your chance to win a wonderful gift from
Message from the President Greetings Brookfield Chamber of Commerce members. As I write this month s letter it is a warm beautiful day and I am glad to finally be done with the eight months of winter (fingers
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Burlington, NC Volume 14, Issue 4 AlamanceAACA.org April 2016 President s Message A pril is here and our car show is only 7 weeks away. Getting our flyers out to any car event in the area and continuing
Suncoast Treasured Times Suncoast Research & Recovery Club Newsletter Website: www.srarc.com Volume: 27 Issue: 2 Date: February, 2017 Tom s Tips The Ground Hog saw his shadow and headed back in for 6 more
President's Message February 20, 2018 Hello Everyone: Looked at the calendar this morning and realized that March is next week. What happened to February, what a short quick month? Following our February
SOUTHWOLD SWIMMING CLUB 37 TH Annual General Meeting Monday 20 th July 2009 Courtside Suite, Yate Leisure Centre (7.30pm) Minutes Attendees: Bob Duck (President) Richard Tomlinson (Chair) Helen Hall (Treasurer)
Footnotes Dancing just for the Fun of it Established 1983 April 2016 Indianapolis, IN I view Indy Dancers as a second family. I have met many of you through the dance club that I may never have known otherwise.
THE 36 ULSTER DIVISION IN CANADA By Brian McConnell * Pictured below at a Remembrance Service in Toronto in 1962 is a veteran of World War I who served wi e British Army as a member of e 36 Ulster Division.
December Newsletter 2017 I have with some success, completed my first full year as President for the Mildura Golf Resort during 2017. Support and feedback from the members has been generally positive but
The Peach Beat December 22, 2018 Weekly Newsletter Hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas! We had a great time at Fire and Brimstone! Thanks to Rena Wood for taking our pictures! Rena Wood needs a few
Next Meeting Friday, January 6 6pm Cocktails 6:30pm Meeting KCB City Hall Auditorium Please remember to wear your member ID Badge From the Helm Hope everyone had a Merry Merry CHRISTMAS! Wow can you believe