snapd in the Community

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Start Time: July 21st, 2017 at 12:00am
End Time: July 21st, 2017 at 8:15am
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Address: Dufferin County

City: Orangeville
Province: ON
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snapd in the Community - Kushindokai Karate students and instructors threw 94, 494 kicks during their 2 hour event for Dufferin Child & Family Service. Photo by Jacqueline Moore Kushindokai Karate students and instructors threw 94, 494 kicks during their 2 hour event for Dufferin Child & Family Service. Photo by Jacqueline Moore snapd in the Community - Sensei Michael Fisher from Kushindokai Karate presents DCAFS Executive Director Jennifer Moore with a cheque for $10,008.75. Photo by Jacqueline Moore Sensei Michael Fisher from Kushindokai Karate presents DCAFS Executive Director Jennifer Moore with a cheque for $10,008.75. Photo by Jacqueline Moore snapd in the Community - Members of the Orangeville Lifesaving Club took part in the Provincial Junior Lifeguard Games in Oakville.  Congratulations to all participants! Photo submitted to snapd Members of the Orangeville Lifesaving Club took part in the Provincial Junior Lifeguard Games in Oakville. Congratulations to all participants! Photo submitted to snapd snapd in the Community - Orangeville Girls Hockey Shinny Team – ages 11-19 at their season final. Photo by Michelle Whyte Orangeville Girls Hockey Shinny Team – ages 11-19 at their season final. Photo by Michelle Whyte snapd in the Community - The Shelburne Stage Band donates $1150.00 dollars to Pickin in the Park. The band had many memorable performances between 2004 – 2012 and grew from the original 6 to 12 members. Throughout their tenure, the band's goal remained to promote the arts in Shelburne. The funds donated today will be used to help with improvements and maintenance of the Fiddle Park Pavilion.  Brent Eby, Greg Holmes, John Telfer, Al Widbur. Submitted by Carol Maitland The Shelburne Stage Band donates $1150.00 dollars to Pickin in the Park. The band had many memorable performances between 2004 – 2012 and grew from the original 6 to 12 members. Throughout their tenure, the band's goal remained to promote the arts in Shelburne. The funds donated today will be used to help with improvements and maintenance of the Fiddle Park Pavilion. Brent Eby, Greg Holmes, John Telfer, Al Widbur. Submitted by Carol Maitland snapd in the Community - Dufferin Child & Family Services celebrate Canada 150. Photo submitted to snapd Dufferin Child & Family Services celebrate Canada 150. Photo submitted to snapd snapd in the Community - The Grand Valley Skate park was officially opened by deputy Mayor Rick Taylor. Marion Davy, Chairperson of the Skatepark committee, thanked all the many sponsors, volunteers & the community for their support.  Photo by Randy McClelland The Grand Valley Skate park was officially opened by deputy Mayor Rick Taylor. Marion Davy, Chairperson of the Skatepark committee, thanked all the many sponsors, volunteers & the community for their support. Photo by Randy McClelland snapd in the Community - David Tilson MP presents Mr. Norm Thomas and Mr. Eric McNiece with a certificate and their WWII lapel pin at the Orangeville Legion. Photo submitted to snapd David Tilson MP presents Mr. Norm Thomas and Mr. Eric McNiece with a certificate and their WWII lapel pin at the Orangeville Legion. Photo submitted to snapd snapd in the Community snapd in the Community - The Grand Valley Lions held a rededication ceremony for Hereward Park – now officially renamed the Hereward Women’s Institute Park as 50 years ago, the Hereward Women’s Institute spearheaded this Centennial project. Photo submitted to snapd The Grand Valley Lions held a rededication ceremony for Hereward Park – now officially renamed the Hereward Women’s Institute Park as 50 years ago, the Hereward Women’s Institute spearheaded this Centennial project. Photo submitted to snapd snapd in the Community - Running Free held a Chase the Coyote Training Day at Mono Cliffs Provincial Park. Tremendous turn out! Photo by Wayne White Running Free held a Chase the Coyote Training Day at Mono Cliffs Provincial Park. Tremendous turn out! Photo by Wayne White snapd in the Community - Shelburne Home Hardware Building Centre presented Habitat for Humanity Orangeville with an additional $8000 in material donated to help raise money in support of the next community housing project - bringing total funds donated to $54,600 for the past year! Photo by Stephanie Amaral Shelburne Home Hardware Building Centre presented Habitat for Humanity Orangeville with an additional $8000 in material donated to help raise money in support of the next community housing project - bringing total funds donated to $54,600 for the past year! Photo by Stephanie Amaral snapd in the Community - Over $2000 was raised at the Black Wolf Smokehouse Golf Tournament in support of the Orangeville Food Bank. Winning team Richard Menard, Mark Bruce, Tom Bauer and Steve Foreman. Photo submitted to snapd Over $2000 was raised at the Black Wolf Smokehouse Golf Tournament in support of the Orangeville Food Bank. Winning team Richard Menard, Mark Bruce, Tom Bauer and Steve Foreman. Photo submitted to snapd snapd in the Community - Brenda Seltzer from Habitat for Humanity with RBC’s  Aaron, Shannon, Anastasia, & Marianne fulfilling their contribution of free hours and a donation for Habitat. Photo submitted to snapd Brenda Seltzer from Habitat for Humanity with RBC’s Aaron, Shannon, Anastasia, & Marianne fulfilling their contribution of free hours and a donation for Habitat. Photo submitted to snapd snapd in the Community - Inaugural meeting of the Dufferin Young Professionals - a sub committee of the Dufferin Board of Trade. Photo by Nick Lumia Inaugural meeting of the Dufferin Young Professionals - a sub committee of the Dufferin Board of Trade. Photo by Nick Lumia snapd in the Community - Orangeville Transit driver Ron Simms holds up the new Mobility Card, introduced for passengers with special needs when riding the new 30-foot low-floor Vicinity buses. The cards are used to alert the driver that the bus should kneel or the ramp should be lowered. Photo by Sheila Duncan Orangeville Transit driver Ron Simms holds up the new Mobility Card, introduced for passengers with special needs when riding the new 30-foot low-floor Vicinity buses. The cards are used to alert the driver that the bus should kneel or the ramp should be lowered. Photo by Sheila Duncan snapd in the Community - Teachers from Tritone Music Studios in Orangeville. Photo submitted to snapd Teachers from Tritone Music Studios in Orangeville. Photo submitted to snapd snapd in the Community - Students and staff from Tritone Music Studios celebrated summer with a special concert series highlighting the many talents of their students. Photo submitted to snapd Students and staff from Tritone Music Studios celebrated summer with a special concert series highlighting the many talents of their students. Photo submitted to snapd snapd in the Community snapd in the Community - Shelburne Lions celebrate their Centennial anniversary with a flag raising at Town Hall. Photo by Ferne Osborne Shelburne Lions celebrate their Centennial anniversary with a flag raising at Town Hall. Photo by Ferne Osborne snapd in the Community - Shelburne Lions celebrate their Centennial anniversary with a flag raising at Town Hall. Photo by Ferne Osborne Shelburne Lions celebrate their Centennial anniversary with a flag raising at Town Hall. Photo by Ferne Osborne snapd in the Community - Shelburne Lions celebrate their Centennial anniversary with a flag raising at Town Hall. Photo by Ferne Osborne Shelburne Lions celebrate their Centennial anniversary with a flag raising at Town Hall. Photo by Ferne Osborne