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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/
October 1, 2018
Planning/Regular Agenda Meeting
Visit www.chatham-kent.ca to see full agenda
Amelia Villeranda joined Steve on Live Your Purpose to discuss Panda Disease.P.A.N.D.A.S. Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcus It describes a subset of children or adolescents who have either an abrupt onset of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or Tic Disorder symptoms or an acute worsening of symptoms following a Streptococcus Infection.
Etsy Chatham-Kent has a wide array of local craft and artists who love showing their creative ideas to the world through the world of social media. Morena McDonald, admin was our guest on the show and gave us some examples of some the different things some of our local artisans create.
For more information visit facebook.com/etsychathamkent/
August 13, 2018 Planning/Regular Agenda Meeting
Organizers of the upcoming International Plowing Match and Rural Expo are feeling the love. A special ceremony was held at the Sons of Kent last night to recognize 16 new sponsors for the event, donating a combined total value of $320,000 in cash, services, and equpiment. Co-chair Leon Leclair says it’s overwhelming. “Just an awesome mix of where the sponsors came from, Ag, urban, it was just an awesome event.”
Two local churches teamed up this weekend to give a home in Chatham’s south end a face-lift for an elderly woman with health issues.
For the last ten years, First Presbyterian and First Christian Reformed Churches have organized the Backyard Mission Project in Chatham. Reverend Mike Maroney, minister at First Presbyterian Church in Chatham, says each year, a group of volunteers dedicates two days to doing repairs to a house and property of a deserving homeowner in the community with financial need.
This year’s project took place at the home of Dorothy Forsyth. Maroney says Dorothy is a lovely elderly woman that has been struggling with some health issues that have impacted her mobility.