Let’s Euchre Hunger!

Let’s help end hunger together! Net proceeds of this progressive play euchre tournament will be in the benefit of Morningstar Mission.

For tickets call 613-354-7333 or visit our office at 47 Dundas St. E. Napanee.

Tickets are $35.00 per person and we welcome singles!

The event will take place at Loyalist Golf and Country Club on August 17th. Social hour will be at 6pm, the games will begin at 7pm and a light buffet will be provided at 9:30pm.

There will also be prizes and a 50/50 draw.

Tell your friends!

Check out the event page on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/329250244651974/

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Let’s Euchre Hunger – Progressive Play Tournament – May 18

 

The Community Foundation for Lennox & Addington is holding a 100 Day Poverty Fight. To launch our campaign, we invite you to join us for a progressive play Euchre Tournament and together, let’s “Euchre” hunger! Net proceeds to the Morningstar Mission. Singles are welcome. Featuring: tournament play, prizes, 50/50 draw and light buffet.

For tickets please call: 613-354-7333
or visit us, (Mondays and Tuesdays) at our office
Community Foundation For Lennox & Addington
47 Dundas St. E., Napanee

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Community Foundation for Lennox & Addington Golf Tournament 2019.

2019 Community Foundation Golf Tournament!

Come out and help us to continue helping social services, arts and culture, health, education, recreation,
environment, youth and seniors throughout Lennox and Addington County!

$100 per player for a day of fun, fellowship & helping to make a difference.

Your Day Includes:
12 noon – 1:15 p.m.   Registration (Lunch included)
1:15 p.m.                     Teams Assemble (Cart included)
1:30 p.m.                      Shotgun Start
5:00 p.m.                       Dinner (included) & Silent Auction

Highlight your company . . . Join us as a Sponsor!

For further information, download our flyer here. Or, contact us at 613-354-7333 or by email at info@cffla.ca
or drop by our office at 47 Dundas Street East, Napanee

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The Back Kitchen CFFLA Funding

The Back Kitchen is a restaurant on Amherst Island in Loyalist Township. Manager Terry McGinn explains how CFFLA funding was used to purchase an ice cream freezer in 2016 and later a kitchen range. Board Chair Lorna Willis explain how funding was used to make the restaurant accessible.

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Greater Napanee Gymnastics Club Funding

Bill Pierson (President) and Angie Herrington (Head Coach) of the Greater Napanee Gymnastics Club describes how the purchase of gymnastics equipment was made possible with funding from the CFFLA. The Gymnastics Club is a not-for-profit organization. Several pieces of equipment were funded including sets of parallel bars and vault boxes.  The amazing athletes that use the equipment within the Club and in summer camps can train more safely and effectively with this high quality equipment.

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Cloyne Park Gets Microburst Funding

Margaret Axford is the Curator of the Cloyne Pioneer Museum. She describes the importance of CFFL&A funding when a microburst hit the Cloyne area in 2002 toppling trees in this hamlet park that had many 200 year old White Pine trees.  The towering Pines were uprooted necessitating a large clean-up and redevelopment of the park.  The community came together and with Foundation funding the park was rebuilt, reforested and is again a focal point of Cloyne.

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CFFL&A Funding for the Lions Club of Land O’ Lakes

Lions Club of Land O’ Lakes Past President Red Emond describes the importance of CFFL&A funding to fulfilling two important projects for the Lions. The first one which has been completed is the purchase of a 75″ HD TV for use in the community Lions Hall.  The second project is a community garden that hopes to be completed by the end of September 2018.

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Tramway Model Project at the Cloyne Pioneer Museum

The Cloyne Pioneer Museum and Archives was a recipient of a grant from the Endowment Fund that enabled the creation of a historic tramway model for the Museum.  Margaret Axford, Curator for the Pioneer Museum explains the tramway was a means of overland transporting logs by horses on rails from Mazinaw to Pringle Lake in the late 1800s.  The model is now on permanent display at the Museum.

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