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  • Women's Institutes: Greenwood Women's Institute
  • Women's Institutes: Women's Institutes Documents
  • Greenwood WI Memory Garden
        Greenwood Women's Institute Memory Garden Established 1995 Please plant a flower.
      Greenwood Women's Institute Memory Garden Established 1995 Please plant a flower.
  • Greenwood WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 1
    Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON: Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario), [1985] - [2002]     'Foreword' written by Lady Tweedsmuir Adelaide Hoodless Boundaries of Greenwood Westmeath Township Newspaper Articles Greenwood W.I. Memorial for Sigrid Sikorsky, March 9, 1995 Branch Charter Members History - Kathryn Bennett - Teuna Cotnam - Susan deHaan - Catherine Green - Elaine Hennessy - Doreen Gale Alquire Jackson - Sharon Jansen ...
    Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON: Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario), [1985] - [2002]   'Foreword' written by Lady Tweedsmuir Adelaide Hoodless Boundaries of Greenwood Westmeath Township ...
  • Chesley Women's Institute Accomplishments
        Chesley Women's Institutes Accomplishments Chesley Women's Institute was organized in 1910 with 60 ladies in attendance. One of their first petitions was to ask Council that sidewalks be snowplowed and that butcher shops and bakeries be inspected. During the First World War they disbanded to do their work through the ...
      Chesley Women's Institutes Accomplishments Chesley Women's Institute was organized in 1910 with ...
  • Springfield Pioneer Cemetery Headstone, Erected by the Springfield WI
        The stone reads: "Springfield Pioneer Cemetery" Left column: Alward, Daniel 1809-1868 [Alward], Daniel, son of Daniel and Mary, 1843-1864 Allen, George, 1860-1863 Allen, Lydia M., dau. of Barna'h & Angeline, 1862-1862 Allen, Silvenes 1861-1862 Allen, William R., son of Rob't & Cath'n, 1864, 4m 8ds Brooks, Jason C., son of ...
      The stone reads: "Springfield Pioneer Cemetery" Left column: Alward, Daniel 1809-1868 [Alward], ...
  • Tweedsmuir Histories
  • Home & Country Newsletters
        Issues from 1933-2015
      Issues from 1933-2015
  • The Fouragers - Clue #3
        Mary Ellen: This rock is to be given to a special person in my life who falls under the theme we have chosen “Love is many splendored.” To my Grandaughter Sophia - On a mild night in January 2007 your Grandpa & I drove to Toronto. Our first grandchild was ...
      Mary Ellen: This rock is to be given to a special person ...
  • The Fouragers - Clue #3
        Mary Ellen: This rock is to be given to a special person in my life who falls under the theme we have chosen “Love is many splendored.” To my Grandaughter Sophia - On a mild night in January 2007 your Grandpa & I drove to Toronto. Our first grandchild was ...
      Mary Ellen: This rock is to be given to a special person ...
  • NAVAN CLUEMINATI Clue #3
        Painted Trees on Rocks CLUE # 3 - Leave No Stone Unturned Head out today on a field trip in search of your special rock. Then have a Team Paint Party. Choose a theme (not necessarily WI related) for your painted rocks. Each team member, paint and decorate your special ...
      Painted Trees on Rocks CLUE # 3 - Leave No Stone Unturned ...
  • The Belles of the Bay  Clue #3
        We'd like to tell you about The Belles of the Bay Scavenger Hunt team. The Belles of the Bay is a group of women with a common love for the Saugeen (Bruce) Peninsula. All of us have lived on the Peninsula for a significant part of our lives - three ...
      We'd like to tell you about The Belles of the Bay Scavenger ...
  • Thursday Friends  Clue #3
        Canada Day was the theme that we chose to celebrate with our rock collection. Marlene Donaldson painted flowers for her sister and hid the stone in an outdoor planter, where it was quickly found and appreciated. Sharon Rusk painted a scene from Presqu'ile Provincial Park, a Canadian flag and an ...
      Canada Day was the theme that we chose to celebrate with our ...
  • The Four Fabulous Pink Panthers A-Team Clue #3
        Clue # 3 Submitted by: The Four Fabulous Pink Panther’s A-Team The Beauty Found in Rural Nature Team members: Kirsti Bakker Kristal Verriere, Sylvia Berseth and Catherine Swan Rocks, the stuff of inspiration? Who would have thought it? The best that can be said is, there are lots to choose ...
      Clue # 3 Submitted by: The Four Fabulous Pink Panther’s A-Team The ...
  • Fairfield Wiley Investigators Clue #3
        Four stones were painted by Fairfield's Wily Investigators: Lindsay Zyta's ladybug, for her son Ollie; Debbie Findlay's butterfly, for her father's apartment balcony; Chris Stesky's flying kite, for Oksana from Kharkiv, Ukraine; and Jean Dowdall's butterfly and tulips, resting on her parents' grave stone. Photo by Lindsay Zyta Submission part ...
      Four stones were painted by Fairfield's Wily Investigators: Lindsay Zyta's ladybug, for ...
  • Bookmarks Clue #3
        Due to illness, holidays, work and other community activities we were unable to get together for a painting party so each of us painted our rocks at our own times. I was able to get them gathered up and have included a picture of them. It didn't seem like much ...
      Due to illness, holidays, work and other community activities we were unable ...
  • Chapman Trailblazers - Clue #3
        “Flowers for Friendship” Upon sitting down to write our story, it came to me to read a little bit about friendship and how we define it beyond the way it makes us feel. There are whole articles online, explaining the nuances of what a friend is, how you make them ...
      “Flowers for Friendship” Upon sitting down to write our story, it came ...
  • Addie's Adventurers - Clue #3
        3rd Rock from the Sun Excitement is in the air! We have journeyed from our home on Mars to attend the 2053 Associated Country Women of the Universe (ACWU) Conference in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada on Earth and are about to land. We are very pleased that we are taking our ...
      3rd Rock from the Sun Excitement is in the air! We have ...
  • Bervie Broads Clue #3
        WISH Clue # 3 The Theme of our rock painting is “ Nature” We each found our rocks in different places. Helen Orr found hers in a farm field, Rose Weir found hers on the beach near her home and Ellen Waye found hers on the shoreline of Lake Huron ...
      WISH Clue # 3 The Theme of our rock painting is “ ...
  • Colpoy's MIST, Clue#3
        Colpoy’s Women’s Institute WISH Team Submission Leaving no stone unturned, our team conjured up several ideas for a theme. We merged the ideas together and came up with our theme “Be the best version of yourself”. So off we went in search for our perfect rocks. Not a problem for ...
      Colpoy’s Women’s Institute WISH Team Submission Leaving no stone unturned, our team ...
  • No Spring Chickens  Clue #3
        Clue #3: Leave No Stone Unturned We chose the theme of “Every Child Matters” for our stones. We each created our own feather to represent this in our own way. We are all grandmothers in our group of “No spring Chickens” and we hold our “little chickees” close to our ...
      Clue #3: Leave No Stone Unturned We chose the theme of “Every ...
  • TIPSY TEAPOTS - CLUE NUMBER 3
        Our group discussed what theme we would use to paint our rocks and decided that we would focus on thanking front-line workers, or people that helped get us, or inspired us and others through the pandemic. Each one of us had a different reason for why we painted our rocks, ...
      Our group discussed what theme we would use to paint our rocks ...
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