Frances Childs

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June 2021 Newsletter

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Send us your garden photos Over the course of the last year, many folks spent more time in the garden. Since the lockdown has prevented garden parties, we want to have an online showcase of garden pictures. Whether you are growing flowers for beauty, food for the table or a natural spot for nature’s creatures, …

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May 2021 Newsletter

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Get Your Bike Ready for the Season Guest Author: Gary Bradshaw Has your favourite bike been sitting neglected in the basement or garage throughout the winter months?  Going through this easy eight step tune-up will not only ensure your bike functions smoothly but will prevent any unnecessary wear and tear on your components. Wash your …

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April 2021 Newsletter

Cleaning the Capital [from City of Ottawa] Early bird registration started on  March 15th. Let’s get cleaning! Register your cleanup project for the 2021 Cleaning the Capital spring campaign by May 15th.  When the project is completed, provide your feedback with the online Cleanup Report by May 31st. Join the thousands of community volunteers to …

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March 2021 Newsletter

Income Tax Season The end of February marks the time of year when most of us start to think about filing our annual income tax returns.  More and more often, government benefits and social programs are only accessible to those who file income tax. 211’s provincial blog talks about benefits accessible to low income households …

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February 2021 Newsletter

St Moritz Community Rink Many community members have been enjoying the outdoor rink off of St Moritz Drive that is maintained by a dedicated group of volunteers.  We have some important kudos and thank yous related to the rink.  Several local businesses have stepped up to help make rink maintenance more affordable or to sponsor …

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