The Board of Trade’s pancake breakfast was once again a huge success. We had approx 300 people enjoy pancakes and good company. Attendance is up substantially over last year.
And in more good news, we are generating less trash than every before. The only garbage generated were about 6 plastic bags from the sausages, and about 6 plastic bags from the apple sauce cups – about a handful of garbage in total. That’s amazing for 300 people!
Bethel Church (1531 Bridge Street, New Dundee) is hosting a Family Game Night on Friday March 15th starting at 6:30PM. Loads of Fun with Group Games, Popcorn, Snacks, Drinks and a Candy Scramble. There is no admission fee but there will be a donation basket for those who would like to help with the evening’s expenses. Children must be accompanied by an adult. If you have questions, please contact the church office (519-696-2284).
Last night the 100 Men of Wilmot Who Give a Damn had their inaugural meeting at Puddicombe House in New Hamburg. As of the meeting, membership stood at 122 men.
Presentations were provided by Interfaith Counselling Centre, The Community Players, and Wilmot Family Resource Center. Attending members voted and selected Interfaith Counselling Center as the recipient of the $12,200 contribured by members.
If you’d like further information about the organization, you can contact Mark Murray at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Township and the GRCA is holding an open house and information session to educate residents who live in flood prone areas. Learn how to prepare for flooding, hear about the flood warning system, and gather info on strategies to use during and following a flood. You will also have opportunity to query experts.
When: Wed. March 6, 4:00pm – 8:00pm
Where: New Hamburg Community Center (251 Jacob Street, New Hamburg).
At the January meeting of the New Dundee Board of Trade, Community Care Concepts were our guest speakers.
Community Care Concepts is a non-profit, primarily government funded agency who’s purpose is to help seniors and adults with disabilities to live independently in their own home. Their catchement area are the townships of Woolwich, Wellesley, and Wilmot.
Services provided by CCC are:
Meals on Wheels (Meals delivered to your home)
Transportation (rides to medical appointments, shopping, etc)
Homemaking (assistance with light household tasks including cleaning and meals).
Inside and outside maintenance.
Friendly visitors and lunch dates.
Support to transition from hospital to home.
If you are able to make use of any of these no-cost services, you can contact CCC at:
This year’s Christmas parade was a larger than ever with even more participants and floats. And for the first time ever, we were treated to a warm sunny day.
Thanks to all the parade participants who made this event so much fun for the community.