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Home Depot Fundraiser
The Orange Door Project
Thank you Home Depot Bracebridge!! The Home Depot Orange Door Project is now live and will run until July 2nd, 2017. You can help raise money for Muskoka Women's Advocacy Group by buying a $2 orange door at the cash register until July 2nd. Also, they will also have baskets at the cash where you can donate toiletries for the women in the shelter.
Home Depot will be holding a silent auction on the July long weekend at the store and online and they will be holding a BBQ outside the store each Saturday in June at lunchtime. For any questions, please contact the campaign captain, Tracy Nickels.
I'd like to thank Home Depot Bracebridge for being such a strong support in the community. We are lucky to have partners like Home Depot. Learn more at orangedoorproject.ca.
Government announces funding to some shelters across Ontario.
Samantha Killingworth, Child and Youth Worker
At Your Age?
The authors of the book are:
The book is a compilation of over 40 stories from residents of Castle Peak. To get your copy of At Your Age? ($15), go to Castle Peak Retirement Residence.