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  • Geographic Location: Kilworthy
  • Women's Investigators Clue #2
        Feb 19, 1897 the first formal organization of Women's Institute took place in Wentworth County, Ontario, combined efforts of Erland and Janet Lee. Along with the help and encouragement of Adelaide Hoodless. Toady, they have them all over the Globe with many members. Our Lego layout depicts some of the ...
      Feb 19, 1897 the first formal organization of Women's Institute took place ...
  • Women Investigators Clue #1
        These Treasures, pictured with Pat Walker, Fern Holmes, Bonnie McCallum, and Alana Robinson are on display at the Severn Bridge Community Hall. The Severn Bridge Community Hall was saved by the Severn Bridge Women's Institute. When the Orange Lodge disbanded and were selling the hall, Severn Bridge W.I. stepped up ...
      These Treasures, pictured with Pat Walker, Fern Holmes, Bonnie McCallum, and Alana ...
  • Womens Investigators Clue #3
        June is Indigenous awareness month. To honor the children lost at residential schools, we decided to paint our rocks in their memory. On June 21st, National Indigenous Day, rocks were gathered at the Wahta Reserve in Bala, Ontario. We had a paint party and will be returning the finished products ...
      June is Indigenous awareness month. To honor the children lost at residential ...
  • Muskoka Treasure Seekers Clue #3
        It was a hot humid day and Clue #3 arrived. The Muskoka Treasure Seekers were excited to enjoy a paint party. In the month of June many across Canada recognize Pride Month. It is a time when we celebrate the diversity of LGBTQ & communities, while acknowledging their history, the ...
      It was a hot humid day and Clue #3 arrived. The Muskoka ...
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