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Deputy Mayor will be sadly missed

August 8, 2017   ·   0 Comments

The Town of New Tecumseth is deeply saddened by the passing of Deputy Mayor Jamie Smith. Smith passed away in his home on August 1st ...

Borden Women’s Open raises $800 for SMHF

On Tuesday, August 1, the Borden Women’s Open presented Stevenson Memorial Hospital Foundation with a cheque for $800 to refresh patient rooms at the Hospital. ...

Local family receives $2,944 donation from the Nottawasaga Foundation

On Friday, July 21, The Nottawasaga Foundation presented a cheque for $2,944.00 to the Morrison family. The Morrisons’ seven-year-old daughter Shannon was born with multiple health challenges that requires her to use a wheelchair almost daily for her endurance problems and safety when out in crowds. This donation from the Foundation will be used to purchase a new wheelchair for Shannon who has outgrown the existing one that she has been using since the age of two and a half.

All Day for Jordyn at Domino’s Pizza

Over the past few years, Robert Hiltz and Matthew Bolton, owners of Domino’s Pizza Alliston, have done much to give back to the community. But this time their plan is bigger than ever. On Wednesday, Aug. 9, one hundred per cent of all pizza sales from the time they open at 10 a.m. until they close at 11 p.m., will be donated to the Andrews family of New Tecumseth to help offset costs associated with their daughters illness.

Bus trip to Casino Rama another huge success

Tottenham resident Eva Bradley has spent the past 10 years of her life fundraising for local charities. This year, despite her own personal circumstances, Eva once again hosted a bus trip to Casino Rama, with proceeds benefitting the Our Town Food Bank (Tottenham/Beeton).

Plans for hospital redevelopment outlined at Mayor’s Breakfast

The annual Mayor’s Breakfast took place at the Gibson Centre for Arts & Culture in Alliston on June 15. The purpose of the Breakfast was to allow members of the community an up-close and personal experience with the Mayor of New Tecumseth, Rick Milne, and members of Town Council.

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