My wife Tawnya was at the Tim Hortons on Dundas Street in Belleville this morning volunteering for the annual Camp Day campaign. All proceeds from coffee sales today at Tim Hortons restaurants in the Quinte region and across Canada and the United States help send kids from disadvantaged backgrounds to camp. You can also buy bracelets or make donations to support the initiative.
I was pleased to be at the Studio Theatre in Wellington on Friday to announce 2019 funding for three local performing arts festivals. The Festival Players of Prince Edward County will receive $56,750, the Prince Edward County Chamber Music Festival will receive $10,000 and Comedy Country will receive $4,533.
Pictured with me are (bottom row, from left) Prince Edward County Chamber Music Festival board members Kathie Oliver, David Oliver, and chair Maureen Dunn, Festival Players managing director and producer Paul Flicker and associate producer Brianna Gorsline, and (at back) Prince Edward County Mayor Steve Ferguson.
Pleased to have David Joyce my Director of Riding Affairs attend the 100 year celebration of the opening of PECMH. The event recognized the past, present and the future of the hospital. Stuart Wright, board chair (shown in picture) acknowledged the province’s recent commitment in its budget to a new Picton hospital.
Happy to have my Director of Riding Affairs, David Joyce, at the Batawa Lofts Open House this morning! The old Batawa Shoe Factory has been converted into luxurious contemporary condo-inspired rental lofts!
During the Blue Jays Central on TV this weekend it was announced that Belleville's Field of Ability project will receive at least $150,000 from the Jays Care Foundation!
Read the full article on Quinte News - Blue Jays put Field of Ability over the top
Pleased to be a part of the awards ceremony for young students at Quinte Regional Science Fair at Loyalist College.