"Watch for Children" signs near Port Stanley 
still imageobject The Boxall WI petitioned Southwold Township, Elgin County in the 1980s for "Watch for Children" signs. Three signs were put up in the RR1 and RR2 Port Stanley area plus another area in Southwold Township.
Hunter Cemetery Plaque 
still imageobject In September 1969, the Boxall WI donated a plaque in the newly-named Hunter Cemetery. Mrs. Albert Hunter of Fingal was present at the opening ceremony, a relative of those who originally donated the land for the cemetery in 1861.
Samuel de Champlain Monument 
still imageobject In 1947 Zion Line WI petitioned the Historical Sites and Monuments Board of Canada to have a marker established to indicate Samuel de Champlain's travels through the Ottawa Valley and the discovery of his astrolabe. Local municipal participation enabled the erection of a cairn along Highway 17,...
Prince Edward County Service Club Signs 
still imageobject In 2000-2001 Service Club Signs were placed at three entrances to Prince Edward County; Carrying Place, Rossmore and Highway 49, Skyway Bridge. Prince Edward District W.I. member, Joyce Brown, (deceased) was instrumental in getting this accomplished.
Gillies Hill Pioneer Monument 
still imageobject A cairn was erecting on the site of the Township Hall at Gillies Hill in 1967. It reads "Gillies Hill - site of municipal government 1856-1963 in memory of the pioneers of Elderslie Township."Gillies Hill - site of municipal government 1856-1963 in memory of the pioneers of Elderslie Township
Elderslie Township Remembers Pioneer Communities 
still imagenewspaper Gillies Hill and Williscroft WI of Bruce East District held a family barbecue in 1998, with proceeds used to erect signs to mark and preserve the pioneer communities in Elderslie Township. "Big Bruce" is in the background.
Mountain View Cemetery Bench 
still imageobject The Mountain View Cemetery was originally privately owned. Then from 1919 to 2002 members of the Mountain View W.I. Branch maintained the grounds, cutting grass and keeping it presentable. So a bench was donated to thank and remember the branch members who so diligently took care of this cemetery...
Johnson Soccer Fields, Picton 
still imageobject The Prince Edward District W.I. believe in the importance of sports in the development of young people, so they made a substantial contribution to develop soccer fields, for anyone in Prince Edward County to enjoy. Every summer evening, the fields are busy with children of all ages, playing...
Sponsor, Prince Edward District Memorial Hospital Foundation 
still imageobject The Prince Edward District WI is a sponsor of the Prince Edward District Memorial Hospital Foundation. This plaque hangs in the Prince Edward District Memorial Hospital in recognition of donations made by the Prince Edward County District WI.
Accessible Transportation in Prince Edward County 
still imageobject Prince Edward District member and former president, Joan Williams welcoming Mr. & Mrs. Allison coming off the Quinte Access Bus to attend our Art & Craft Sale.
Prince Edward District WI: Donor to Radio 99.3 FM 
still imageobject We believe in the importance of local radio so the Prince Edward District W.I. made a donation to the founding of the radio station and were recognized by being named on a plaque.
Colpoy's Bay Womens' Institute and Community Hall 
still imageobjectstill imageApril 2017 The new executive at our CBWI from left to right are Lacey Thompson treasurer, Shirley Couch director, Tara Stanton secretary, Marywinn Daykin vice president, and Karin van der Hayden Thomas president. The photo was taken in April, 2017 in front of the CBWI and Community Hall on County Rd. 9 in...
Glasgow Women's Institute's Peace Pole 
objectstill image2017 Glasgow WI erected a Peace Pole today in Waba Gardens, White Lake. This pole was craved out by one of our own members. The pole is a 6x6 cedar post. On each side we wrote the word peace in a different language. The languages we chose are English, Algonquian, French and Gaelic. The Peace Pole...
Balsam Hill-Horton w.i. Art Tree 
still image Canada 150 project, an art tree documenting Admaston Bromley township. It's small communities , clubs and organizations. To be used for Canada 150 celebrations, and to hang in the township offices. The art work was created with the help of the Douglas public library.
Rednersville WI Tweedsmuir Community History - Book 3 
textstill image"Rednersville WI Tweedsmuir Community History - Book 3," Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON: Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario), [1949]-[1989] Rednersville WI Tweedsmuir History, Volume 3 Section I: Churches: Rednersville Church, Albury Church, Centre Church, Victoria Church, Rednersville Parsonage, Ameliasburgh Sunday School Association, Carrying Place Church Section II: Cemetery Histories: Albury Cemetery, Other cemeteries Section...
Rosebank W.I. -plaque 
still imageobject The Rosebank W.I. erected this plaque outside Rosebank Church. The log church is surrounded by a cemetery. It was built in 1846 by the community with donated materials and labour. The church and plaque are located on Haley Station road between hwy 60 and hwy 17 outside of Renfrew Ontario.THE...
Admaston Heritage Book 
still imageobject1982 This book copyright 1982, was compiled from Balsam Hill Tweedsmuir histories, with the help of local author Carol Bennett.
Burnstown W.I. -plaque 
still imageobject Detail of a plaque at Renfrew Victoria Hospital, celebrating the donation by Burnstown W.I. to a fund raising campaign.
Horton North W.I. brick 
still imageobject This is a brick commemorating fund raising for Renfrew Victoria Hospital. Donation by Horton North Women's Institute
Lochwinnoch W.I. brick 
still imageobject1990 This is a brick commemorating fund raising for Renfrew Victoria Hospital. Donation from Lochwinnoch W.I.
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