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Our Thanks

We are so grateful for the many, many ways in which people continually help the Centre. Jayne Whyte has started a book of "Kindnesses", where the many kindnesses and in-kind blessings received by the Centre are recorded and on display.

Some of the gifts received in the past few months are:

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The cat family – Anita Warriner gave us pregnant Sophia and as a result we now have the whole family, including Lois, Nellie and Clarke. (Guess who they are named after). Ron and Lana Brandow treated the cats with such kindness and as well have donated the costs of spaying Sophie. Holly Schick and Angie Miller have given cat food and supplies. Doug Aitken’s and Sandra Fowler’s cat house provides warmth for the family.

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Our rainbow banner now celebrates our status as an Affirming Ministry thanks to the creativity of Gladys Watson & Kim Antosh.

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Humboldt Vacation Bible School’s gift paid for our composting tools and supplies.

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Napkins – Laurel Ormiston, Winn Thompson, Janet Cameron, Audrey Jorgenson

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Footstools – light and ‘just right’ – made by Pat Ribey

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Sticks for campfires – Leslie Beck

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Quilt – Twin Valleys Presbyery

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Construction work on the roof of the Straw Bale garage addition – Ivan and Adrian Wurtz

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Collage materials – Bernice Harrison

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Donations of vegetables from many people, including Grenfell United Church.

 

Other articles from this Echo:

Letter from Linda Anderson, Executive Director of Calling Lakes Centre

Courage to Lead: Circle of Trust Retreat

Greening Our Lives, Community and Church

    ~  Small steps lead to deep change

    ~  Straw Bale Building

In Memory of the Ferguson's

 
 
 

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Box 159, Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan Canada S0G 1S0
Phone: 306-332-5691 Fax:306-332-5264
Email: office@callinglakes.ca