Today’s a special Paw-tential Furry Friends. We’re featuring a bunny Jean is from New Moon Rabbit Rescue. She’s spayed, housetrained, and as you can see, absolutely gorgeous! Jean had quite a stressful experience at a different shelter, but is coming along very nicely at New Moon. She’s warming up to the attention she’s being shown and is now showing her friendly, sweet side She’d do well in a home that continues to show her lots of love and attention. Is it your home? If it is email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cut the narrow end of a strawberry, add a little whip cream and sesame seeds for eyes, and you are all set!
This year’s North Grenville Community Church “Fill-a-Bag” Campaign in North Grenville collected over 1,400 bags on Sunday for The Salvation Army of North Grenville. 125 volunteers went door-to-door to distribute the empty bags last weekend and then returned to collect the full ones yesterday. Dozens of people volunteered to help sort goods for Christmas Hampers.
All School buses with the Upper Canada District School Board, Catholic District School Board of Eastern Ontario and the Ottawa Carleton District School Board have been cancelled. All Buses and Special Vehicle buses for all English Language Public and English and French Language Catholic Schools have been cancelled for today, Schools remain open.
With the holiday season upon us – the OPP are kicking off their annual Festive Ride in Kanata this morning. That campaign,that runs until January 2nd, is a partnership between the OPP and local law enforcement to cut down on impaired drivers over the holidays. So far this year, East Region OPP have investigated 46 fatal collisions, four of those alcohol related and one drug related.
Last year in the Smiths Falls area the Salvation Army assisted almost 400 families with Christmas Hampers and over 300 children with toys, hats, mitts etc. The Salvation Army Christmas Hamper applications may be picked up at in Smiths Falls at The Salvation Army, 251 Brockville Street or The Salvation Army Thrift Store, 49 Chambers Street, between 9:00am to 5:00pm.
Business leaders from HFI Pyrotechnics, the makers of marine water markers, based in the Township of Edwardsburgh/Cardinal and Newterra Ltd., a Brockville company expanding their workforce and research in clean water technology, are among the list of presenters at the annual Leeds Grenville Economic Development Summit at the North Grenville Municipal Centre in Kemptville today until 3 p.m.