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  • Where Families Flourish

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Friday, 28 August 2015 21:18

Gazebo Refurbished

Over this past summer a group of local volunteers has successfully restored the Wingham Gazebo to its previous splendor.This Gazebo was originally located at the Wingham Cruickshank Park and was constructed between 1946-1948. There it was a Band Stand for special events and local musician played every Sunday during the summer months. It was moved to the William St location several years ago. The recent restoration project included metal railings, aluminum soffit & fascia, shingling, painting metal, ceiling repairs and…
Wednesday, 24 June 2015 21:03

Weeds Whacked

Thanks to Tharon Riley and Alistair Whytock for coming out to our Weed Whack Wingham event this past Friday, June 19! The weeds from the Riverview Drive-In parking lot, all the way to the Dollar Store sidewalks were cut down to a tiny stubble by our energetic team. Click "Read More" to see before and after photos below of a few of the places that were cleaned up. Let's work together to keep our main street in tip top shape…
Stainton Hardware was founded in 1940 by Percy Stainton. Through the years, Stainton's has thrived and grown with the community. In tribute to the hard work of Percy, his son Murray, and now third generation owner and Percy’s grandson, Bruce Stainton, and the many wonderful staff that have served customers over the years, Stainton's Hardware has stood the test of time.
Saturday, 30 May 2015 15:53

Flower Baskets Installed

The Planter Baskets have been Delivered! Many thanks to BIA volunteers: Renate Seiber, Alistair Whytock, Katie & Shawn Cottrill, and Sylvia & Tony from Spring Breezes Greenhouse for helping out with installing the flower planter baskets on May 29 down Wingham's main street. If you ordered a wire planter basket from the BIA and didn't receive it this morning, please let me know. I have an extra planter basket left over; if any business would like to purchase it, please…
Saturday, 09 May 2015 01:15

Family Tree Re-opens After Move

 May 8 was the grand re-opening of The Family Tree after their recent move. The building was formerly the Triangle Discount. Pictured from left are Doug Kuyvenhoven (building owner), Nelson Frank (previous owner of the Triangle Discount and building), Matthew & Jen Schlauch (owners of the Family Tree), Connie Goodall (Economic Development Officer for North Huron), Sharon Chambers (CAO for North Huron), Jeff Drost (building owner and contractor who did all the work on the building). Economic Development Officer, Connie…