Andrew Henwood and his wife Gayle, in better times. (Photos supplied)
Andrew Henwood is feeling pretty optimistic. Grateful, even.
Most mornings he wakes up feeling happy, he says.
He is concerned for his wife’s health, and knows she isn’t happy — that weighs heavily on him, but he feels fortunate she’s safely tucked away at Upper Canada Lodge, … [Read more...] about How local senior copes through pandemic
Volunteers Trudi Watson and Earle Waugh keep to physical distancing rules while they do some cleanup in the cemetery at St. Mark’s. The church is closed, of course, but the gardens, and the cemetery, still needs tending. (Donald Combe)
This time last year, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church volunteers would be in the midst of preparing for their annual … [Read more...] about Churches caring for communities during closure
Audit committee searchs for other avenues of relief
As council and committee meetings go virtual, this is a screenshot of Coun. Gary Burroughs listening to a discussion of the heritage rebate program during the recent audit committee meeting, as the committee struggled to find some way to provide immediate financial support to NOTL … [Read more...] about Heritage tax rebate to be considered for 2021
Sarah Bowers is prepared to begin stocking a mobile cart with books ordered by library members, to begin pickup Monday. (Photo supplied)
Beginning Monday, June 8, members of the Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library will be able to pick up library books.
The curbside program is being run similar to book holds, with staff leaving the books outside on … [Read more...] about Library preparing for pickups beginning Monday
Shaw Festival CEO Tim Jennings is doing what he can to keep staff working and the community virtually engaged, hoping there will be live theatre before the season is over. (Photo supplied)
When Tim Jennings speaks about the Shaw Festival, his commitment and strong sense of responsibility are evident — to the continued success of the festival, to all … [Read more...] about Shaw head feels weight of responsibility
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