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
Thank you from the bottom of our straw-filled hearts to our volunteers. They keep the “Unity” in our community.
-The Scarecrow Executive
A workhorse is defined as “a person who works tirelessly, especially at difficult or time-consuming tasks” or “something that is markedly useful, durable, or dependable.” This definitions are a fairly comprehensive description of Richard Morris. Leadership and humility need to be added to be thoroughly comprehensive. Richard has volunteered for the Meaford Scarecrow Invasion
Meaford’s annual Scarecrow Invasion has become one of Ontario’s leading tourist events because of the dedication and passion of not just our board members but also our volunteers. Mary Woods, having moved to the area in 1999 has been one of our most constant and loyal volunteers. Never missing a beat and continuously helping bring
Ruthann Noble’s energetic presence and decorating prowess is renowned in Meaford. Nowhere has that been more evident than in her role as Chair of Decorating of our much loved Invasion. After 4 years at the helm of the Decorating Committee, sadly Ruthann is retiring. We commend her for her enthusiastic leadership, and her tireless work