..., Organizer of Canada Comforts
In 1986 in Bath, England, the
Emergency Care for Children
(ECC) sent out a medical team to
the Sudan and received shocking
reports back. A temporary
refugee camp had been set up
tubercular orphans who
had been found (some with guns
in their hands) wandering...
... the program that are now part
ofthe business community, helping support their families.
The project aims to reach over 2,000
women and 10,000
of their family members, providing these women with an
opportunitytolearn basic numeracy andliteracy skills and
improve their horticultural practices for better yields...
Lorne Sutherland WI
Lorne Sutherland WI (Carlton District] has donated $2,000
to the Partners
in Caring Campaign at the Arnprior & District Hospital, President Jacky
Connell presented the cheque to campaign representative, Mary
Campbell. In the picture Lâ...
.... The kitchen is
furnished with the necessary
conveniences and seats and tables
provided for excursionists.
â€" The building of sidewalks in Trout
Creek has been helped to the
amount of $75.00
â€" Picton WI, 1916 - raised over $2,000
to be contributed to the Red Cross
for our Troops â€" sound...
... in the
ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop.
Did you Know?
Every year volunteers in Canada contribute over $12 BlLLlON to the
The number one reason why YOUNG people donâ€™t volunteer is because no
one has asked them. In 2000
, 6.5 million people...
... or even death.
Disease-causing bacteria found in unpasteurized milk
include E. coli 0157, salmonella and campylobacter. E. coli 0157 is the same
bacteria that caused the outbreak in Walkerton in 2000
, killing 7 people.
What are the symptoms of infection?
These bacteria can cause severe diarrhea...
Branch hosting events that involve food.
More information will be available soon!
Pat Salter poses with the
handsome Tom Jackson at the
FWIC conference in Red Deer,
Alberta this past June. Appointed
an Ofï¬cer of the Order of
Canada in 2000
for his music
and humanitarian work, Tom...
... Session and would like some help planning, please contact the ROSE Program Manager,
Patty Stokes at 519-836-3078 or via email email@example.com
WI Branches across the province have been busy. Here's a look at ROSE in Action:
Sessions â€" 549 Participants - 43,564 (7,325 Wi...
Packing and Performance.
Three years later in 2000
Monica had arranged and sponsored
the ï¬rst Llama Show at the Royal Winter Fair. Breeders and 4-H
Members from Norfolk County, Perth County, Elgin County and
Grenville County competed in classes of Halter, Conformation,
...? District President Barbara
Evans presents Joanne Lambert
(Gamebridge WI) with a picture of the
Queen at their Ontario District Annual
in May 2005.
Submitted by Doreen Brethour, FRO,
Did You Know?
According to the 2000
National Survey on Giving,
Volunteering and Participat-
...Important Dates to Remember
FWIO Board Meetings
August 8-l l, 2005
November 2 | â€™23. 2005
lanuary 9. 2000
lanuary 10, 2006
Fâ€˜WlO Provincial Conference
August [1-13, 2006
Fanshawe College, London
Date lune |4-]7, 2006
Place: Red Deer, Alberta
was extended by the London Area
Viola Ashton was the Public Relations
Officer for the FWIO Conference 2004
Note of Thanks
To everyone who participated in the FWIO
extends thanks and appreciation The
response to the knitted squares...
... The sucâ€"
cessful entrants will receive the presâ€"
tigious Tweedsmuir Cups at the FWIC
Convention in Red Deer. Alberta, in
All Branches are encouraged to par-
tICipate fully in each of the three
categories All entries are to be sent
to the provincial ofï¬ces for judging...
... Open in North America in 2000
Ontario Heritage Foundation launched Doors Open Ontarrrr rrr 2002 A
wing number oi communities across Ontarro host annual Doors Open
ants between April and October For more lntormatton about Doors
Open Ontario events visit www doorsopenonrario ca
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