Project Warmth

Community Food Share and the House of Lazarus, once again, are teaming up with Winchester BMR to make homes a little warmer this winter.

Distribution of heating aids is made possible through partnerships with community agencies, including local food banks, Eastern Champlain Health Link, Canadian Mental Health Association and Community Living Dundas County.

A $20 donation will provide window insulation kits for three families, while a $63 donation will supply a weeks worth of Eco-Energy Logs and a $252 donation will supply a month’s worth of Eco-Energy Logs to a family in need this winter.

To donate, please contact: House of Lazarus 613-989-3830, Community Food Share 613-898-0781 or Winchester BMR 613-774-2700.

For more information on this and other House of Lazarus programs, visit www.houseoflazarus.com or email scasselman@houseoflazarus.com.

Winter Heater Poster

SDG Community Maps

The Counties SDG is excited to announce the launch of their online interactive mapping tool, Community Maps! It can be found on www.sdgcounties.ca under eServices, County Maps.

Residents can now use Community Maps to find points of interest including libraries, schools, cemeteries, community centres, parks, and cultural features.

Creating and printing maps, measuring distances and finding out more about property specifics such as property lines is now only a few clicks away.

Community Maps is only the first of a series of online mapping tools that will be publicly available.

Media Release – Community Maps

2018 Mayor’s Community Breakfast

Everyone is invited to come out and enjoy a tasty buffet breakfast, meet a few of your neighbors and make a new friend.

We hope that you will join us to celebrate our successes, to hear about our ‘lessons learned’, and to hear from Mayor-elect Tony Fraser regarding plans for the future.

Friday, November 23rd, 7:15 – 9:00am

North Dundas District High School, 12835 County Road 43, Chesterville

RSVP by November 21st at www.northdundas.com/rsvp

Mayor's Breakfast

North Dundas Remembrance Day Services

Honour our Heroes with a Moment of Silence

November 4th — Winchester, Service at 12:30pm at the Winchester Public School at 547 Louise St, followed by a wreath laying at the cenotaph in front of the Winchester District Memorial Hospital at 566 Louise St.

November 11th — Chesterville, Chesterville Cenotaph on Queen Street starting at 11:00am.

November 11th — Morewood, Morewood Cenotaph at 11:00am, located at the corner of Mill St. and Main St, Morewood.

 

Remembrance Day Poster

Chesterville Fire Hall Improvements

The Chesterville Fire Hall, located on Industrial Drive, was recently re-shingled and painted externally.

The amazing results as demonstrated in the before & after photos.

After Side

After Side Photo

Before Front

Before Front Photo

Before Side

Before Side Photo

Winchester Shop Crawl

Shop til you drop at the Winchester’s Shop Crawl, Saturday, November 3rd from 9:00am – 5:00pm.

Pick up your passport at your first stop, this is your exclusive savings pass! Have it stamped at each location and drop it off at your last stop as your entry to the Grand Prize!

Shop Crawl participants are entitled to exclusive savings and giveaways!

This is an event you don’t want to miss! Follow along on the event page for full details! Below are the 15 stops on this year’s passport.

Main Street Clothing Company
Barkley’s Shoes and Accessories
Bridals by Almor
Cass Bridge Cheese House
CJam Fashion Boutique
Country Treasures (at Winchester BMR)
Cup of Jo’s
Double C Outlet
Forever Young Creations
Heritage House Health Spa
The Planted Arrow Flowers and Gifts
Samantha’s Emporium
The Town Vintner
Winchester Print
Winchelsea Events (lunch & vendor event)

With so many other amazing businesses throughout the village, take the time to explore what Winchester has to offer!

Hydrant Flushing

Please be advised that hydrant flushing will take place October 9th – 26th, 2018 in both the Villages of Chesterville and Winchester.

Residents may notice a discolouration of the water at their homes during this period and for a short time thereafter.  If you notice a discolouration of your tap water, please run the water until it is clear. This discolouration is not hazardous to your health.  It is typical of a normal operating water distribution system.

Please call the Ontario Clean Water Agency at 613-448-3098 if you have any questions or comments.

Thank you for your patience.

North Dundas Business Breakfast

Thank you to all the businesses that attended the North Dundas Business Breakfast on September 25th at Christ Church United in Chesterville.

We hope that everyone enjoyed the session on marketing basics and have started to implement new techniques into their communications strategy.

Thank you again to the Ladies Church Group, the North Dundas Chamber of Commerce and the Cornwall Business Enterprise Centre for supporting the event.

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