Georgian Bay Community School students teamed up with Meaford Rotarian Dave Vaughan (centre) during one of the Meaford Scarecrow invasion and Family Festival building workshops. The Meaford Rotary Club is one of the event sponsors and Dave, a loyal workshop volunteer. Catherine Gignac and her canine friend Chloe, Mary Lou Gignac, and Carmen Davies with
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Back row, l-r: Richard Morris, Bronwen Perry, Mary Solomon, Heather Handy, Shannon-Lee Wilkie, Cathy Walsh, Candy Yeandle. Front row, l-r: Ruthann Noble, Audrey Dobie, Marilyn Morris, Carolyn Stewart, Helen Solmes. Missing: Mary Woods.
Enjoy the latest edition of Something to Crow About dedicated to our wonderful volunteers. Happy Volunteer Week! Something to Crow About April 2017
The 21st Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival will be as grand an event as ever, thanks to the renewed support of the invasion’s dedicated sponsors and the support of four new sponsors, according to Head Scarecrow Marilyn Morris. “It’s heart-warming to know that the municipality, businesses, and organizations recognize the value of the invasion and offer
Twelve-year-old Dana Tulloch’s creative pursuit of knowledge has earned her the Ontario Library Research Award for her history fair presentation during the Grey Roots Regional Heritage Fair on April 20. Dana chose to go directly to the source when she was researching how the Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival began and how it evolved