THE RED PUMP SHINES WITH FOUR DIAMOND RATING
BY MELODY FALCONER-POUNDER
Executive Chef Glenn Sheridan, of The Red Pump, enjoyed a rare moment in the rear garden at the restaurant earlier in the season.
According to the CAA website, Four Diamond “establishments are upscale in all areas. Accommodations are progressively more refined and stylish. The physical attributes reflect an obvious enhanced level of quality throughout. The fundamental hallmarks at this level include an extensive array of amenities combined with a high degree of hospitality, service, and attention to detail.”
The Red Pump Restaurant of Bayfield was listed in the June 2017 publication of the CAA Tour Book as having a four-diamond rating, one of six restaurants in Southwestern Ontario.
This was a goal that The Red Pump’s Executive Chef, Glenn Sheridan, had set for himself and one that he had known he had achieved for several months before it was made public at the end of January.
Sheridan applied to CAA for the opportunity to be rated and had to fill out forms including a restaurant description, menu and photos of food presentation. And then he waited.
“The CAA representative could come in anytime within the year after you apply. You have no idea who or when,” he said. “They must eat three meals to establish consistency, for example two lunches and one dinner. It is a very secretive process.”
Sheridan believes that in all things consistency is the key to obtaining the rating.
“It doesn’t matter if you are serving the Queen of England or a couple that have saved for three months to be able to go out to dinner they deserve the same treatment,” the chef explained. “Attention to detail, clean bathrooms, the knife blade facing inward at the table setting, attentive yet not overpowering service, these combine to make a great dining experience and these are the little trade secrets that they are looking for.”
The Red Pump opened for the 2017 season on Good Friday and right away they saw an increase in business with people coming in to say they saw the articles regarding the designation and social media was also a buzz.
The designation has also proved to be a highlight for Harry Israel, who celebrated 45 years as the owner of The Red Pump this past May. Sheridan commented how proud he was able to tell Israel that the business had achieved four-diamond status.
He credits Israel for giving him the space to get creative with the menus while also not being afraid to give his opinion regarding those creations.
“He knows what he is talking about and it is important to set ego aside and make changes when he suggests them,” Sheridan said.
He added that he is also lucky to have John Musselman as the dining room manager providing wonderful customer service front of house.
“It is all about great hospitality. It is our job to make sure you have a good experience and go home happy,” Sheridan said.
For Sheridan the path he took that led him to The Red Pump was one with varied experiences. An Alvinston, ON native he began his studies at George Brown College and is trained in the classic French style. He worked at the Hilton International in Glasgow, Scotland for two years and really enjoyed it, crediting Executive Chef James Murphy as a mentor. He also spent time as a Sous-Chef at the Savoy Hotel in London, England, calling it a “phenomenal experience”.
He returned to Canada in 2004, to work in Northern Ontario and then for a while in Edmonton, Alberta at The Fantasyland Hotel. He returned to Southern Ontario in 2012 and has been in Bayfield for the last three years.
“Destination dining is what I enjoy doing. It is a high pressure job and like a diamond you either crumble or you excel,” he said. “Being a chef is as close to being a rock star as I will get. The customer doesn’t care if you are having a bad day and you don’t know who is out in the dining room but you know you have to send them away happy with your culinary performance.”
He sights his best moments are when he can give customers a happy experience.
“We have to impress the couple who had their first date here and then come back for their anniversary some time later. We have to go that extra mile every time,” he said.
He changes the menu about every four months and the restaurant is open Wednesday to Sunday in the summer months serving lunch from noon to 3 p.m. and dinner 5-9 p.m. One of the chef’s favorite things to serve is his homemade Brioche Rolls sent to the table warm and flakey.
Sheridan remarked that he has a chef friend who told him, “I don’t love the kitchen I’m addicted to it.” And he understands what he meant.
“Cooking is a great way to express who you are. I would miss the sound of the hoods, the people dressed in white, the buzz of the dining room, the clanking of dishes. I really enjoy the family atmosphere that we have established here with our staff. Harry could have sold this place 20 years ago but he loves it. I think he is addicted too,” concluded Sheridan.
vintage Fashion Parade a new aspect of annual antique show
Getting ready for the Bayfield Antique Show's Vintage Fashion Parade on Aug. 13 from 1-2 p.m. are this fabulous mother daughter modelling duo - Joan Cluff and daughter, Tara Kleuskens! Get a sneak peak of fashions at the Gala Evening on Aug. 11. Tickets are on sale now for $10 ($12 at the door) from Brandons Hardware of JMR Collections on Main Street in Bayfield. (Photos by Judy Roth)
Everything old really is new again at the 32nd Annual Bayfield Antique and Collectibles Show to be held Aug. 11-13.
New this year, admission to the Gala includes free admisstion to the show on Saturday and Sunday! Tickets for the Gala are on sale now at Brandon Hardware and JMR Collections both in Bayfield or by calling 519 565-4102.
The Friday Gala is the perfect time to mingle with dealers and enjoy some wine and cheese from 6-9 p.m. Attendees will also get a head start on the stamping of their “Your Passport to Future Treasures” to be entered into a raffle for three awesome prize packages. In addition, visitors to the Gala should be on the look out for models dressed in fashions of yesterday. These gals will provide a sneak peak at what will be shared during a Vintage Clothing and Accessories Fashion Parade to be held on Sunday afternoon from 1-2 p.m. and sponsored by JMR Collections on Main Street.
The Show will be open on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission on these two days is $5.
Another new feature of the 2017 show is an opportunity to have family heirlooms or special finds appraised by Tim Saunders, of Three Squirrels Antiques in Bayfield. There is three-item limit and donations are appreciated.
As always the fabulous Cafe will be open during show hours on Saturdays and Sundays when visitors can enjoy a very reasonably priced sandwiches, sweets and cold beverages or coffee.
Proceeds from this event go toward Trinity Anglican Church’s needs and outreach.
So who is coming to this year's event? Seller Spotlight is an occasional, question and answer feature in the Bayfield Breeze to highlight dealers that will be taking part in the show and sale. The third business to be featured is “Stan's Antiques”.
Name of Business: Stan's Antiques
Owners Name: Stan Silver
Business location: Kitchener and Aberfoyle Antique Market
# of years attending Bayfield Antique and Collectibles Show and Sale: This is my first year.
How long have you been a dealer? 40+ years
Do you offer antiques, collectibles or both? Both
Do you specialize in certain items or eras? I frequently handle antiques from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries.
What first inspired your interest in antiques? In England, at around age 10, my mother would take me along on a Saturday morning to a couple of homes where she was 'in service.' Here she would prepare the home for a dinner party and my job was to help her by cleaning all the sterling candlesticks, flatware, etc.; items that would be used during the evening. In this way I got to know and appreciate Georgian and Victorian antique silver and family heirlooms.
At the same time, my father would bring home antiques that he had found and we would talk about them and examine the marks to determine the age and period. Both of these exposures allowed me to learn about early English antiques.
What would you describe as your favorite find…your most unusual find…your oldest find?
My favorite find: An Anglo-Indian carved rosewood buffet with matching side table from the mid 19th-century with hand carvings of foliage, serpents and exotic birds. Magnificent!
My most unusual find: Unexpectedly I was able to purchase the following antiques found under the floor of a barn that was being demolished: a Brown Bess musket, several bayonets in their original leather scabbards from the war of 1812 era; as well as a WWI helmet in great condition.
My oldest find: A grandfather clock in working condition by London maker made in 1720.
Anything you would like to add about your business? We strive to authenticate, research and obtain any provenance related to the items we sell in order to pass said information on to the customer.
Safe Harbour Run in the middle of village running season
Elise Feltrin makes her way down Tuyll Street along the 5 KM route during the village Terry Fox Run that was held in Sept. 2015. Feltrin will be taking part in the Safe Harbour Run on Aug. 20. (Photo by Melody Falconer-Pounder)
On Aug. 20, the Rev. Elise Feltrin will arrive at her service at St. Andrew’s United Church dripping in sweat having completed her 10 KM run. We don’t know the text of the sermon for that Sunday will be but it might make reference to “… let us run with patience the race that is set before us…” (Hebrews 12:1-2).
This is the 8th Safe Harbour Run. First held in 2009, as well as offering fun and exercise to participants, it has raised much-needed funds for the Huron Women’s Shelter. In 2016 the event was struck by a shortage of volunteers. Into the breach stepped Blue Bayfield who agreed to manage the event for 2017, again in support of the Shelter and to a lesser extent, the work of Blue Bayfield.
Because Bayfield is home to a popular pole walking and equally popular hiking fraternity, these events have been added to the traditional 10 KM, 5 KM and 2 KM runs. The 10 KM and 5 KM runs are part of the Runpikers Series sponsored by Runners Choice in London. Participants compete for points and cash prizes that are then included with the results from other races in the series. These races take place throughout South Western Ontario.
It is the only regional race that also provides for para athletes.
Because this event is registered and promoted nationally, it follows a certified course; participants are electronically timed by a “chip” attached to their bib number.
Do not be threatened by this competitive event as the vast majority of runners and walkers do it for fun, fitness and willingness to support the Shelter and Blue Bayfield.
Safe Harbour Run is limited to 250 entrants. All participants receive a gift package valued at over $10. This is made possible through the generous support of 57 sponsors that have provided the necessary funding to cover all race expenses.
Entry fees vary with the event chosen. There are reduced rates for young people. Rates increase closer to race time.
If you are unable to participate, you may wish to pledge your support to someone who is running. Pledge sheets can be downloaded from the events website. The website also includes articles under “news” on training for a 5 KM, the history of pole walking and other articles related to the event. Bikes, skateboards etc are not allowed for safety reasons.
Anyone wishing to volunteer should contact email@example.com.
For more information and to register please visitwww.safeharbourrun.ca
August and September are months for running in Bayfield. Other upcoming runs include:
• Pioneer Park Fun Run – Aug. 7 at 9:00 a.m. The 31st annual Pioneer Park Run begins in Pioneer Park. Participants are welcome to run or walk, push strollers, ride bikes and bring pets! $5 Entry fee $5. Prizes to be won. Visit www.pioneerparkbayfield.ca to learn more.
• Run4Kids – Sept. 3 at 9 a.m. The 6th annual run-walk. Presented by Virtual High School and the Optimist Club of Bayfield. All proceeds will be donated to Make-A-Wish Southwestern Ontario (SWO) to grant the wish of a child with a life-threatening medical condition. For more information visit http://www.vhsrun4kids.com
• Terry Fox Run – Sept. 17 at 9:00 a.m. meet at Clan Gregor Square in Bayfield to run, walk, bike, roller blade etc. Supported by Bayfield River Trail Association and Bayfield Pole Walkers. Check outwww.terryfox.org/run.
Matthew Bryne featured artist for Celtic Concert
Matthew Byrne (Submitted photo)
Due to a special arrangement with the Goderich Celtic Roots Festival, we are able to see one of their award winning acts here in Bayfield each year, hosted by the Bayfield Town Hall Heritage Society. This year, this Celtic Concert will take place on Aug. 7, the Civic Holiday Monday, and will feature Matthew Byrne.
The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the Bayfield Town Hall.
Born into a family of Newfoundland music makers, Byrne’s repertoire is heavily influenced by that unique musical lineage – the weaving of a great story with a beautiful melody – and he supports this tradition with powerful vocals, polished guitar work and a presence that fills the room. His repertoire transcends time and place and his live performance reminds listeners how satisfying traditional songs can be when stripped down to their basic elements.
“His reverence and respect for his material, along with his unabashed exploration of new songs and his staggeringly beautiful voice, makes for the rarest and most vital type of folk performer,” said Tom Power of CBC Music.
Byrne will release his highly anticipated third album, “Horizon Lines” on Aug. 11. This newest collection of traditional material explores a unique repertoire of songs from both sides of the Atlantic and continues Byrne’s journey through his own unique musical lineage. Check out his music atwww.matthewbyrne.net, or on YouTube.
Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. For tickets call Sue at 519 565-2551 or Sandy at 519 565-2830, visit www.ticketscene.ca.
Heritage committee comments on site plan proposal
On June 14, members of the Bluewater Heritage Advisory Committee (BHAC) held their monthly meeting in the council chambers in Varna. Under “New Business” they were presented with the site plan application for a proposed development at 89 Main Street South.
The meeting minutes state that the Chair of the BHAC, Roma Harris requested that Mayor Tyler Hessel present the purpose of the application for the property, “which was to request site plan approval for a gas station, convenience store and Tim Hortons.”
The minutes of the meeting go on to state, “the property is not designated under the Heritage Act, so therefore the site plan application was not circulated to the BHAC.”**
It is set out in the minutes that Harris noted the purpose of bringing the application forward “was to comment on the development and identify the BHAC’s interest in development in the Settlement Area that is not exclusive of the Bayfield Heritage Conservation District (BHCD).”
She also noted that although the “BHAC has no authority to impose the Ontario Heritage Act on this application” they do have the “moral suasion to bring concerns to Council” siting that “heritage is an important part of tourism, property values and economy.”
The minutes would indicate that the proposed sign for the business is of concern to the BHAC.
According to the minutes, “Mayor Hessel noted the proposed illuminated sign was proposed at the front of the development in a green space with the buildings at the back of the property. He showed a drawing of the sign. He expressed concern with a “neon” sign on the highway.”
It is noted in the minutes that BHCD Member Jane Rowat expressed support for a sign similar in appearance to Michael’s Pharmasave. She also suggested that trees be added along the frontage. BHCD Member Lynn Girard noted the adjacent grocery store has an illuminated sign and BHCD Member Bill Dowson commented upon the difficulty of requesting a non-illuminated sign when the adjacent sign is illuminated. BHCD Member Alma Westlake was recorded in the minutes as stating that “the sign should be in the character of the heritage of the village”.
Rowat also addressed “concern that local buinesses would be adversely affected and there is not enough demand from the village’s small population to support the proposed businesses.”
The minutes state that, “Mayor Hessel responded that policies guiding development of the village are provided in the Official Plan, noting the Heritage Committee has reviewed the draft Official Plan.”
After this discussion, a motion was put forward by Jane Rowat and seconded by Lynn Girard:
“That the Bluewater Heritage Advisory Committee is grateful to the developer of 89 Main Street South, Ward of Bayfield, for considering heritage features in the proposal, however, the Committee is concerned with the large, free-standing sign and requests that the developer consider options for toning it down to muted colors, using the Michael’s Pharmasave (pharmacy) sign as an example; and further that the green space be treed to block the sight line across the frontage adjacent to Main Street South;
And further that the Bluewater Heritage Advisory Committee requests that Council allow the committee to see such applications earlier in future.”
The motion carried.
**Applications under Section 41, Site Plan Control, Planning Act, do not require circulation to the Bluewater Heritage Advisory Committee.
An online petition has been created regarding the proposed development at 89 Main Street South in the village. The petition entitled, “Preserve Bayfield, Ontario's heritage culture - say "NO" to corporate encroachment” that will be sent to the CAO of the Municipality of Bluewater Kyle Pratt. It was launched midday on July 11 and as of publishing time had generated 445 signatures.
For anyone interested in viewing the petition please visit: www.change.org
West Coast Astronomers
Are you interested in the night sky? Then attending a Star Party hosted by the West Coast Astronomers may be right for you.
A star party is a gathering of amateur astronomers and interested participants to contemplate and observe our night skies. Huron County is a good dark sky area with less light pollution and in turn, allows for better viewing.
Participants are encouraged to bring telescopes and binoculars, but this is not mandatory. The night sky viewings may include planets and stars; deep sky objects such as galaxies, nebulae and star clusters.
There is no charge and no age limit. Children must be supervised and accompanied by an adult.
Upcoming dates for viewing in the Bayfield area are July 23, Aug. 15 and Sept. 20. The July 23rd event will be held at the Agriculture Park behind the Bayfield Arena and starts at 10 p.m.
Please visit www.westcoastastronomers.info for more details, locations and times. Each party is limited in the number of participants the group can accommodate. Please use the RSVP button on the 'Star Party' page to reserve a spot. If the sky is not clear on the designated night, the event will be cancelled and no one will show up. If you have doubt on the status of the event please call 519 868-6691.
If you are an amateur astronomer, willing to bring your telescope, and share your knowledge with others, please contact the number listed above in advance.
Back by popular demand, this month’s Bayfield Historical Society (BHS) guest speaker is Bayfield’s own Dr. Charles Wallace.
After a seven-year hiatus, Dr. Wallace has agreed to continue with his “Long Road from India to Bayfield” life story. Do not worry if you were not present for his first presentation; he has so many stories to tell that this presentation will be a most interesting event in itself.
This month’s meeting will be on Monday, July 24 commencing at 7:30 p.m. at the Bayfield Lions’ Community Building.
Refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the meeting, memberships are available and all are welcome to attend.
The Bayfield River Valley Trail Association is introducing a new hike to encourage and spread awareness of the awesome hiking trails available in our county. This Moms, Pops, Tots and Strollers Hike will feature Denise Iszczuk, educator with the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority. She will help families discover the wonder of nature through hands-on exploration and activities which don’t require specialized or expensive equipment.
The hike will be held on the Taylor Trail in Varna. It is an interesting and varied trail on hard surface with compacted gravel so that individuals with young children, with or without strollers, can experience the joy of a stroll in the woods. All are welcome to join the fun Thursday, July 27 at 9 a.m.
The trail is 1 KM long; difficulty is level 1 and the hike should take approximately one hour. The trail starts at the Stanley Recreation Complex, 1.6 KMs west of the village of Varna on County Road #3. Parking is available.
The hike leader will be Pat Baker, 519 955-1456.
How many among us take notice of certain symbols that remind us of someone special who no longer walks the earth? Hearing the striking lilt of a birdcall, sighting a butterfly flitting by or spotting a feather on the ground are all fine examples of these signs.
In recognition of these the Huron Hospice is holding an event in Pioneer Park on Aug. 27 that will allow community members to honor the memory of loved ones or beloved pets in a symbolic way at a Butterfly Release.
The event will be held from 7-8 p.m. and will include a memorial service officiated by Eugene Dufour and the release of butterflies while a few pipers from the Celtic Blue Highlanders pipe.
Please call Michelle at 519 482-3440 Ext. 6301 or firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase a butterfly in memory of a loved one or beloved pet, Monarch butterflies are $25 each while Painted Lady butterflies are $20. Their flight orders must be received before Aug. 8.
Kintail on the Road
Kintail on the Road Day Camp has begun on Wednesdays at Knox Presbyterian Church Bayfield. Some of the youth that run the program are from front: Jessie (Aqua) Hooker, Hannah Hill (LIT), Emily O’Brien (LIT), Ryan (Argonaut) Irwin and Aung Nae Moo (LIT). (Submitted photo)
Knox Presbyterian Church, Bayfield is once again hosting, “Kintail on the Road” bringing a Christian day camp to the village.
The fun has already begun so call to register campers from JK to Grade 6 by calling 519 565-2913 and leaving a message.
Camp takes place every Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. until Aug. 24th. The cost to attend is $5 per child each week or $7 for two or more children. All snacks and lunch are included in the price.
Qualified counselors along with Leaders-in-Training lead the campers in songs, games, outdoor activities and crafts for a fun filled day.
Resource Counselor Jessie Hooker (camp name Aqua) headed up the team this past Wednesday and says this is her seventh year at camp. She is in her third year of Geography and Environmental Studies at Waterloo University.
The benefit to campers, said Hooker, is each feels a part of the community exploring faith through participation in activities.
She stressed that the camp is open to all faiths as well as persons with no faith base. ‘Everyone has different needs and Camp Kintail is an open resource for participants’.
According to Knox, Church hosts, with exemplary leaders like Jessie (Aqua), Ryan (Argonaut) and leaders in training Emily, Aung, and Hannah the children are in good hands.
When two of the campers were asked what their favorite activity had been that day one answered, “Everything” and another said, “I liked all the games.”
So there you have it “Kintail on the Road” is camper approved!
Marty Allen as Johnny Cash (Submitted photo)
The Bayfield Town Hall Heritage Society (BTHHS) is pleased to announce another tribute performance, on July 29. This one features Southern Ontario artist, Marty Allen, celebrating the music of the great Johnny Cash. Many of us grew up with Johnny’s music, but younger people may know it best from the 2005 movie hit, “Walk the Line”.
Allen was named after the late Marty Robbins and weaned on Sun Record artists Elvis Presley and Cash.
He believes that “Honky-tonk and Rockabilly music is as much about life as it is about music”.
“It was a simple sound, yet energetic and commanding,” said Allen, who received his first guitar at the age of eight. Although not musicians themselves, his parents possessed a real love for music. “There was always music playing in the house and Sunday mornings we would hear the gospel music crackling from the hi-fi.”
Allen went on to form his own band, the Cadillac Cowboys, with Dave Tufford, electric guitar; Cory Richardson, upright bass; and Mike McDowell, drums. He has released five independent albums: “Daybreak’s Coming”, “Marty Allen”, “Living Life”, “Blue Church Road”, and the “Sun Sessions”, which he recorded at the legendary Sun Records Studio in Memphis Tennessee, where B.B. King, Presley, Cash, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis all got their start.
To learn more and to check out his music, go to www.martyallenband.com or YouTube.
Organizers note the people should get their tickets soon, as they are expected to sell out. Tickets are $20 ($25 at the door, if any are left). Doors open at 7 p.m. and the concert starts at 7:30 p.m.
For tickets, call Pat Pal, 519 565-5340 or Sandy Scotchmer, 519 565-2830, or go to www.ticketscene.ca. The BTHHS thanks OLG for their sponsorship of this event.
The Wednesday afternoon Bridge group would like to invite people to come and join them in some friendly card games at the Bayfield Lions’ Community Building starting at 1 p.m.
Join in the fun with congenial players with snacks at a cost of $1.50 per person.
The congregation of Knox Presbyterian Church in Bayfield is inviting the community to come and enjoy a delicious fish dinner with them on July 29 at the Bayfield Community Centre.
Meal service for this seventh annual event will run from 4:30-7 p.m. Fresh Whitefish is the main event with homemade tartar sauce served alongside salad, potatoes and a roll. Dessert features include assorted homemade pies, squares and cookies.
Eat in or take-out. Tickets are available now by calling Bettylou at 519 565-4770. Cost is $18 in advance and $20 at the door per adult and $10 for children 12 and under.
Shannon Gould, of the Bayfield Hearing Clinic, is now offering her services out of Michael’s Home Healthcare offices just a couple doors down from the pharmacy – two times a month.
Aug. 3 and 15; Sept. 7 and 19 are dates that can be booked this summer.
The Bayfield Hearing Clinic offers appointments from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The clinic offers: hearing aid adjustments and repairs to all makes and models, no cost hearing tests, new prescription of hearing aids, wax removal, hearing aid battery sales as well as hard of hearing assistive devices.
Please call Gould at the Bayfield Hearing Clinic, 1-855-396-6026 to book an appointment.
The annual Iceculture Wackabout Golf Tournament returns to the Bayview Golf Club on Friday, Sept. 15 with proceeds going to the Bayfield Area Family Health Team expansion project. The tournament was revived last year after a 15-year break specifically to raise money for the new clinic.
In 2016, 94 golfers participated and early indications are the 2017 event will attract a full house of 144 players. In the past, the four-person, scramble format was popular with all those who participated.
It is an open tournament and anyone interested in taking part can contact organizer, Julian Bayley for further details at 519 857-6654 or by e-mail at email@example.com
Trip A Month
Chris Regier (Submitted photo)
The Bluewater Area Family Health Team (BAFHT) is pleased to announce that Chris Regier, of Zurich, ON is the winner of the seventh draw in BAFHT’s Trip A Month lottery. The July prize was a $1,800 Halifax City travel voucher package.
The lottery continues with monthly draws for vacation packages to various destinations on the first Friday throughout 2017.
The Trip A Month lottery is part of BAFHT’s ongoing fundraising campaign to raise over $600,000 for its building expansion and renovation project. Nearly half the goal has been raised to date so BAFHT are looking for continued support. BAFHT is a registered charity and tax receipts will be issued for donations.
Please contact Paula at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519 236-4413 for further details on the project, to donate or to join the patient roster.
Bone Health Workshop
A four-week Bone Health program will be offered in Zurich at the Bluewater and Area Family Health Team (BAFHT) on Tuesdays starting on Sept. 12.
The workshop, which will run from 1-3 p.m., will be useful to those recently diagnosed with or interested in preventing, osteopenia and osteoporosis.
Each week, various health professionals: a pharmacist, social worker and dietician will present and take questions. Each week a nutritious snack will be provided. This is being offered in partnership with Community Connections Outreach Services and One Care along with other various organizations.
To register, call Heidi, Wellness coordinator at 519 236-4373 Ext. 632.