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Treat your sweetie and boost hospice fundraising with Port Elgin Rotary Valentine’s Day fundraiser
Each dollar donated means a more tender end-of-life experience at Huron Shores Hospice in Tiverton for a local resident, so a Rotary Club of Port Elgin “Sweets for Your Sweetie” Valentines Day fundraiser for hospice expansion comes at just the right time.
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Saugeen Shores ‘mostly compliant’ during COVID-10 lockdown
Saugeen Shores residents have been “understanding and mostly compliant” during the second state of emergency and public health stay-at-home lockdown that began Jan. 14 in the face of escalating COVID-19 case numbers and deaths across Ontario.
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Why conservation matters in Saugeen Valley watershed
It costs approximately $43,000 to repair a flooded basement in Ontario and that’s “essentially, very cheap insurance” according to Saugeen Shores Coun. Jami Smith who championed the draft Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority (SVCA) budget during the Town’s Jan. 11 committee of the whole meeting saying conservation authorities do “valuable work at bargain prices.”
Port Elgin BIA Farmers Market to return in June – if COVID-19 allows
Fresh veg, hand-thrown pizzas and local artisan offerings will again draw people to the downtown Port Elgin BIA (Business Improvement Area) Farmers Market t his summer , if , and it is a big if, government officials say it is safe to do so.
Expansion proposed at Hi- Berry Farm store
Hi-Berry Farm, the popular fresh fruit and vegetable farm/store on Highway 21 between Port Elgin and Southampton will almost triple its retail floor space if no one challenges Town of Saugeen Shores Committee of Adjustment (C. of A.) zoning bylaw variances allowing the expansion to the business that is co-owned by the mayor