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December 10, 2018 Planning/Regular Agenda Meeting Visit www.chatham-kent.ca to see full agenda
Ben Srokosz, a local videographer who has done some work in partnership with the municipality, United-Way of Chatham-Kent and much more gives us some great tips on how to make some great video content on any sort of budget
Local historians Jim and Lisa Gilbert unveil their new book "A Chatham-Kent Tapestry". Part our goal with these kinds of books is to listen to local knowledge – they’re the experts, not us,” she said. Gilbert said covering all of Chatham-Kent made it a much bigger project, which they had to pull the book together over the summer after Biblioasis approached them in late April, asking for it to be completed by September.
Steve Bottrill sits down with author Charlene Renaud about her series of books called The Pinata Theory. Change Your Stuffing, Change Your Life! There’s no better time than now, to burst open your Personal Piñata, with the aid of Charlene’s Piñata Decoder, to reveal how past adversity serves as your launch pad to personal growth and transformation. In order to better understand automatic triggers, fears or insecurities, and the underlying cause of depression or addiction, begin within, to examine your stuffing and dramatically change your life.
December 17, 2018
Planning/Regular Agenda Meeting
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Ever wanted to Pay it Forward and help someone in need? Pay it Forward Chatham-Kent was our facebook group on this episode of #ICYMI and Geri Ann Hughson, the creator of the page spoke about all the amazing things this group has done Check them out on Facebook for more information
Tune in October 31st at 7pm for the coverage of the minor and major Bantam division. Check out YourTV.tv/schedule for repeats
The use of both social media and print news in the municipality of Chatham-Kent covers important topics and events happening locally. Jim Blake, communications officer discusses the importance of information, events and communication via social media in Chatham-Kent. For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/MunicCK/