SAFETY VILLAGE SCORES SUPPORT FROM ORILLIA WALMART

Adam Robitaille, manager of Orillia’s Walmart store, donates a cheque for $1,000 to the Kiwanis Children’s Safety Village. On the receiving end are retired OPP constable Gerry Dwyer and Kiwanis Club of Orillia president Stephanie Worthington. The funds will go to support the interactive village, which travels to area schools where children learn how to live and…

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CAMPBELL RECEIVED A CERTIFICATE AND THE OSCAR FOR OUTSTANDING SUPPORT OF KIDS’ SAFETY IN THE COMMUNITY

An unsuspecting Paul Campbell was caught off guard at Orillia Public Library when former colleagues and students honoured him with an award at a surprise gathering. “I thought I was coming to help move around furniture,” joked Campbell, who retired as principal of the Monsignor Lee School in summer this year, in his thank you…

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THE KIWANIS CHILDREN’S SAFETY VILLAGE NOW FEATURES WALKING THE PATH

A program component geared towards Grade 5 students that highlights aboriginal wisdom and values to encourage kids at area elementary schools to follow a steady road as they travel through life. Rama Police Const. Dana Boldt and Kiwanis Children’s Safety Village volunteer co-ordinator Sandy Cobbe welcomed students to the Rama Community Centre Wednesday to participate…

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