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)
- Community Meals
- Transportation (rides to medical appointments, shopping, etc)
- Day programs
- 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:
519-664-1900 or Toll Free 855-664-1900
or visit their website at www.communitycareconcepts.ca.
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.
The New Dundee Christmas Parade will be held this year on Sunday December 16th. Parade starts at 12:30.
Free hot chocolate will be available at three locations:
- Corner of Main and Bechtel.
- In front of the school.
- Corner of Main and Front (near the New Dundee Emporium).
Please bring your own mug to help save costs.
The Optimists Children’s Party will be at the community centre following the parade.
The Optimists Adult Christmas Party will be held at the community centre on Friday December 14.
Our 2018 Remembrance Day ceremony has concluded. Once again we honoured our area citizens who’ve fought and died for the freedoms we and our families enjoy today.
John Scott of the Board of Trade presided over the ceremonies which included local dignitaries and the New Hamburg Legion’s Colour Guard.
Thank you to Bethel Church who allowed us to gather for coffee after the ceremony at the church – particularly welcome given the cold wind today.
Wreaths laid in honour will remain at the Bridge Street entrance to the community park for about one week, and the Canadian Flag will fly on the light poles as well.
On Tuesday November 6th the New Dundee Board of Trade held our annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner. This year we once again showed our appreciation for the many people and organizations who continue to make New Dundee a great place.
Each year we also thank a local business who help make New Dundee what it is. This year’s recipient was Dundee Recycling.
Thanks to the Women’s Institute for once again serving a wonderful meal.
The New Dundee Remembrance Day ceremony will be held this year on Saturday November 10th. We’ll meet at the school at 10:30.
Thanks you to everyone who attended our Fish Fry this year.
Attendance was up almost double our normal numbers – we served 580 meals in a few short hours. And the weather cooperated, allowing many of us to enjoy our cod and chips outside in the sunshine!
A full list of our corporate sponsors whose contributions allow us to advertise the event is available on our fish fry page.
ND Public School is celebrating it’s bell revitalization in it’s 90’th year. Come out and join the celebration on Sunday October 10th at 7pm.
New Dundee Board of Trade is hosting their annual Fish Fry, Wednesday September 19th at the community center.
Serving starts at 5:00pm and continues until 7:00pm.
Tickets at the door are $20 for adults (ages 13+), $6 for children ages 6-12, and free for younger. Adult tickets may be pre-purchased for $18 at the Village Market or the Emporium.
Your meal includes battered fish, chips, salads, coffee, and desert.
The New Dundee Board of Trade is proud to sponsor James Dedman as candidate for the Wilmot Ambassador to fair. More details available on the Indie site. The Board of Trade wishes James all the best in his efforts.