6 Kingston This Week Frontenac This Week Thursday, December 15, 2011 Amazing Grace Martha Tanner Frontenac This Week Happy ending or happy beginning? The Southern Frontenac Community Services Corporation (SFCSC) marked both December 7 as it hosted a celebration in the limestone building that, for the past 150 years, has served as Grace United Church and for the next 150 will serve as Th e Grace Centre, home to the SFCSC and all its programs and, once again, a hub for the community. When the members of the historic church on Stagecoach Road made the painful decision to sell the church in December 2009 because of a dwindling congregation and a crushing debt, the United Church of Canada asked the SFCSC, which was already using the basement for seniors’ programs, if it would be interested in purchasing the building. Negotiations started the following October and were concluded earlier this year when the SFCSC signed a lease topurchase agreement.
Mr. Funk served as a director of Westport Resources Company from April 2000 until its merger with Kerr McGee Corporation in June 2004. Mr. We were on a family vacation in the Gulf Coast of Florida. My dad was and is a very well groomed gentleman, immaculate in his appearance like many older Europeans are. He had on a pair of $70 sunglasses, which at the time was quite a chunk of change, especially on a teacher’s salary.
Thursday, November 10, 2011 Frontenac This Week Kingston This Week 5 ‘Fired’ volunteers consider legal action Martha Tanner Frontenac This Week Two Frontenac 4 H Association volunteers are seeking legal advice on how to fi ght their dismissal by 4 H Ontario. Ruth Shannon, a 4 H volunteer and leader for 39 years, and Harriet Corkey, a leader for 23 years, were dismissed via registered letter by 4 H Ontario on September 8. Th e women say the identical letters of dismissal, citing an unspecified breach of the 4 H Code of Conduct, came without warning.
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