Here is this past week’s news from our locals. We have so much news this week we’ve had to divide our story into three parts! Photos appear after each story.
Northern Learning Centre, Fenelon Falls
The Fenelon group met at the beach and enjoyed a few special visitors from Lindsay… one of whom was the talented Caren McNeiley from Community Participation. We all enjoyed a day of “art in the park” with Caren, Dawn and our Lindsay friends!
The folks from Fenelon also enjoyed their annual pool party and barbeque this past week. It was a great day spent at the Morris farm. Thank you again to the Morris family for having us and for hosting such a great day!
A group from Lindsay headed to Toronto to partake in the adventures at Medieval Times and had a grand time taking in the festivities and cheering on the green knight. The trip was organized through Community Participation and included people served through that program as well as Supported Independent Living and Community Homes.
Everyone enjoyed a day at cedar park last week, and thankfully the rain and thunderstorms held off (as they did in Haliburton, too) allowing us to enjoy a day in the sun with breaks to cool off in the pool and brave the water slides.
What do you do on a day calling for scattered showers in the town of Lindsay? Impromptu Road Trip! Hugh, Marjorie and Krystal decided we would go for a drive to find out where it was raining and where it wasn’t! We made it to Bobcaygeon, where we stopped to view the locks and dam before heading back to the Community Pathways Hub.
The carnival at 29 Elgin was a great day all around! Thank you to everyone who helped to make this day happen, and to those who came out to clown around with us.
Helping our Community
Richard, Kyle, Chris and Eric (not pictured) volunteer for the Meals on Wheels Program on Tuesdays and Thursdays. They assist in delivering nutritious meals to people in the community and act as wonderful representatives for Community Living Trent Highlands and Community Care City of Kawartha Lakes. These gentlemen are always receiving compliments and appreciation from the people to whom they deliver meals.