Campday at Tim Hortons
Bonnie Biggs with Gord Logan, NG Times, as Kristine Parker looks on. Combined coffee sales and fundraising events for Campday at Tim Hortons for both Kemptville locations raised $9329.09 for the Tim Hortons Children’s Foundation! A big thank you to all volunteers and our generous community.
Patricia Habberjam and Linda Desroches volunteering at the plant sale table at the Hey Day’s fundraiser for the Kemptville District Hospital. The massive yard sale-style event took over the entire space of the main level of the North Grenville Curling Club. It was noted that many vehicles may have arrived empty for this annual treasure hunter’s dream, but all of them seemed to leave very full. Thanks to all of the volunteers for all of their hard work and the many people who made donations.”
“The sunshine had finally arrived in North Grenville and just in time for the Kemptville Ribfest. Saturday was a warm, sunny day which brought out lots of hungry meat lovers in search of the finest ribs. Even if ribs aren’t your first choice, there were plenty of other options. Everything from BBQ chicken to bloomin’ onions could be found within a few steps of each other. Despite a one year hiatus, Kemptville Ribfest was back in a big way and was obviously very popular. If you enjoy live music, great food and a relaxed outdoor atmosphere, then you’re probably already thinking about next year’s Ribfest. I couldn’t blame you, I think I can still taste that amazing rib sauce.”
The 39th Annual Fish Fry hosted by Kemptville Masonic Lodge Mt. Zion 28 on June 1 had crowds enjoying, fish, french fries, salads, and their famous secret sauce.