Greetings friends and neighbours,
Following up on our initial meeting in May to explore the idea of a Council of Canadians local Chapter, which many of you attended, this is the invitation to the founding meeting of the Bobcaygeon (or Trent Lakes – Kawartha Lakes) Council of Canadians Chapter on July 13th at 10:30 am. The meeting will be held at Kawartha Coffee Co. – 49 Bolton Street in Bobcaygeon.
John Cartwright, the newly elected National President of the Council, and Organizer Christina Warner will be in attendance to assist us and to report on the recent AGM and Action Plan for the future. We also hope (technology gods willing) to have greetings from Hononary President Maude Barlow via Skype.
Feel free to forward this invitation to others living in the area who may be interested.
Hoping to see you on the 13th.
Sherry Hillman & George Hewison
705-738-6093(H) / 705-731-7777(c)
Beautiful and biodiverse – Shoreline gardens are functional, fantastic and fun. They can be tailored to match your style, maintain your views, and increase privacy- and they will help to attract birds, bees, and wildlife, while deterring nuisance geese and invasive warm water fishes. Naturalized shorelines also filter water.
Keep your lake clean and healthy for future generations with a native shoreline garden.
Walk away with custom designs and plant lists for your shoreline.
COMMUNITIES IN BLOOM JUDGES ARE IN TOWN ON JULY 11 AND 12.
WE’LL BE COMPETING AGAINST OTHER SMALL ONTARIO TOWNS IN THIS PRESTIGIOUS INITIATIVE. IT’S MORE THAN JUST FLOWERS! WE HAVE SO MUCH TO OFFER IN ALL THE CATEGORIES JUDGED.
YOU CAN HELP BY MAKING SURE OUR LANDSCAPES AND STREET-SCAPES ARE ALL TIDY AND FREE OF DEBRIS. AND DON’T FORGET TO WAVE AS THE JUDGES AND TEAM TOUR OUR VIBRANT VILLAGE BY TROLLEY, FOOT, AND BOAT!
More information at the Bobcaygeon Communities in Bloom Website
For more information, check out The Land Between website.