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Volunteer Profiles

Thank you from the bottom of our straw-filled hearts to our volunteers. They keep the “Unity” in our community.
-The Scarecrow Executive

Bronwen Perry – New Family Festival Chair

  The Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival welcomes Bronwen Perry. Bronwen is the new Family Festival Chair.  Bronwen was born and raised in Meaford. She told us that the Scarecrow Invasion has always been a favourite of hers.  “I am now excited to be involved in a larger capacity and continue to help grow

 

Welcome to Jen Wright

  The Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival welcomes Jen Wright to the Family Festival Committee. Jen has volunteered to work with the schools for the family festival. We asked Jen to tell us about herself and her new position at the Invasion: “Hi there, My name is Jen Wright.  My family and I have now

 

Scarecrow Volunteer and activist extraordinaire

 Mary Solomon, Rotary Citizen of the Year  Our Mary Solomon has been recognized as the Rotary Citizen-of-the-Year. This remarkable woman has impacted so many lives throughout the Meaford Municipality, not only through her support of the Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival, but also in her volunteer work with outreach and Chamber of Commerce programs, and

 

Scarecrow Volunteers Candy Yeandle and Ruthann Noble Honoured

   Candy Yeandle and Ruthann Noble Two scarecrow volunteers have been recognized by Festivals and Events Ontario for their contribution to the Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festivals ranking among the Top 100 Festivals and Events for the past four years. Candy Yeandle and Ruthann Noble are the masterminds behind the creation of 250 scarecrows

 

Audrey

Be Careful What You Volunteer for Late at Night!    by Kat Moore Audrey Woods is one of the Meaford Scarecrow Invasions magicians.  Her role as a volunteer, along with her trusty crew, is to collect the cornstalks throughout the area that are generously donated.  Audrey then arranges the cornstalks and places them along the