Week 38 Issue 480  
 Published 18/09/2018 10:35:00 PM by Dennis Pal  

Bayfield Breeze - Volume 9 Week 38 Issue 480

Sep 19, 2018

It’s Wednesday, the day to expect the latest issue of the Bayfield Breeze, the village’s online news source.

The members of the Bayfield Breeze Committee are very appreciative to both the Founding and Supporting members for believing in this venture enough to provide financial support. These businesses are the reason the Bayfield Breeze will appear online each week and we encourage all of our subscribers to support them in return.

The ongoing success of the Bayfield Breeze is due in large part to those who send us ideas and submissions. They are encouraged and welcomed.

We invite our Bayfield Breeze subscribers to click on this week’s photos and see where they sail. We are now hosting our images via Flicker. This allows our subscribers to link to the images in our Flicker site. There you can do numerous things such as view larger images, comment on images, tag people, and share them with your friends and family. It is just another way we can share our village voice with our community and beyond.

Regards The Breeze Committee

In Issue 480

In Issue 480, its "home improvement” time in the village with Lions’s club members working together to improve the appearance of Clan Gregor Square, several volunteers collecting litter along the waterfront areas and groups requesting feedback and comments on rain gardens and Beach management. And in Submissions, a love letter to Bayfield from Kryart creator, Krysten Watterworth.

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In the headlines  

  • Bayfield Lions’ replace posts around Clan Gregor Square
  • Information session on beach management this Saturday
  • Turner keynote at Foto Fest
  • The Cheap Shirts will entertain at BRVTA Harvest Dinner 
  • Volunteers clean waterfront areas on foggy morning
  • Feedback requested regarding village rain gardens
  • Drive for Dementia looking for volunteers for Friday event 
  • Bayfield River Valley Trail Association: Tenth annual run tallies over $30,000 mark

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