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2010 Local Heroes: Marilyn Field

Nov 23, 2010 | Bethany Lee | Back Issues | Local Heroes | Winter 2010

Click here to read the profiles of our other Local Heroes for 2010. Fill my hollow bones By Jeff Rollings, Photography by Pete Paterson Marilyn Field wells up with tears really easily when she talks about DAREarts, the organization she founded to bring art to children, especially those in need. As an elementary teacher and…

2010 Local Heroes: Louise Kindree

Nov 23, 2010 | Bethany Lee | Back Issues | Local Heroes | Winter 2010

Click here to read the profiles of our other Local Heroes for 2010. Administration angel by Michele Green, Photography by Pete Paterson Louise Kindree has a fridge magnet that admonishes, “Shoot me before I volunteer again” – a message she consistently ignores. A decade ago she began volunteering once weekly in ambulatory care at Headwaters…

2010 Local Heroes: Carol Hall

Nov 23, 2010 | Bethany Lee | Back Issues | Local Heroes | Winter 2010

Click here to read the profiles of our other Local Heroes for 2010. Eat, drink and be merry Photography by Pete Paterson Old friends chatter, lovers meet, families celebrate, neighbours hail each other. It’s just another sunny weekend afternoon at Mono Cliffs Inn. Add several hundred people to that scene, and you have Mono’s Big…

2010 Local Heroes: Karen Campbell

Nov 23, 2010 | Bethany Lee | Back Issues | Local Heroes | Winter 2010

Click here to read the profiles of our other Local Heroes for 2010. Not exactly the make-up type By Jeff Rollings, Photography by Pete Paterson Karen Campbell is fresh from spending the day with a bus-load of kids from Burlington. As education co-ordinator at Everdale Organic Farm and Environmental Learning Centre near Hillsburgh, she spends…

2010 Local Heroes: Joy Bell

Nov 23, 2010 | Bethany Lee | Back Issues | Local Heroes | Winter 2010

Click here to read the profiles of our other Local Heroes for 2010. Keep singing! By Jeff Rollings, Photography by Pete Paterson Joy Bell wants it known that she hates electronic musical keyboards. Recently retired after sixteen years as a director and pianist for the Theatre Orangeville Youth Singers – or T.O.Y.S. – choir, Joy…

2010 Local Heroes: Michael McCreary

Nov 23, 2010 | Jeff Rollings | Local Heroes

Michael began developing his interest in performing at age eight, when he became a member of Theatre Orangeville’s Young Company.

An Old-Time Jamboree

Nov 20, 2010 | Julie Suzanne Pollock | Back Issues

“People used to come in from the farms on cutters for dances in the winter,” says Beth. “The kids would sleep on coats in the cloakroom. So not much has changed, really.”

Abbeyfield House: Hearth and Home

Nov 20, 2010 | Michele Green | Back Issues

It is no secret that the enjoyment of good food and good company creates lasting social and emotional benefits.

Our favourite picks for Winter 2010

Nov 20, 2010 | In The Hills | Back Issues | Departments | In Every Issue | Must Do | Winter 2010

A highly selective guide to the picks of the season.

Making Friends with Winter

Nov 20, 2010 | Bethany Lee | Back Issues | Departments | Headwaters Nest | In Every Issue | Winter 2010

It’s true that winter and I were once friends, a long time ago. But then, somehow, we drifted apart…

My Secret Life as a Poacher

Oct 29, 2010 | Christine Thomas | Blogs | Leisure | Red Squirrel Musings

Christine Thomas reveals her secret life as a poacher, “stealing” moments of joy from the country around her.

Home After Supper

Sep 13, 2010 | Online Editor | Back Issues

Evening meetings are just one of the demands that come with the job for local councillors, and there are plenty of others, but for most who take the plunge into public service, there are also rewards. Four former councillors reflect on the highs and lows of life in the council chambers – and after.

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