May, 2017 L-R: Ruthann Noble, Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival Decorating Chair, and Head Scarecrow Marilyn Morris show some of the red and white clothing that has been collected to date to Meaford Business Improvement Area (BIA) members Colleen Dunn and Nancy Ellis. The BIA has supported the invasion and festival since its inception
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Meaford, ON, May 5, 2017….Directors of the Meaford Military Family Resource Centre (MFRC) have generously donated four bins of Support Our Troops tops that will add an extra splash of Canadian pride during the 21st annual Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival beginning in early September. MFRC Executive Director Cindy Lewin says the board of
If you live in the Municipality of Meaford, you know the Meaford Independent newspaper is the place to get all the local news. Over the past several years the Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival has relied on the generosity of the Meaford Independent to ensure that the Scarecrow Invasion is always highlighted in
For many years, Grace Lambe of Grandma Lambe’s Fruit Stand, has been an integral part of the Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival. Playing her part well, Grandma Lambe spent many years as the head judge for the annual Apple Pie Baking Contest. After more then a decade as head judge, Grandma Lambe stepped down. Although she
Scott Davison and Wayne Foster are supporting the scarecrow invasion in a unique way – growing corn. The invasion needs cornstalks to attract the 100s of scarecrows who flock to Meaford in the fall. For many years Jim and Isobel Almond grew the corn and with their retirement we are very grateful that Scott