Hundreds turned out for the 37th annual Terry Fox Run in Bradford on Sunday – including mascots Sonic the South Simcoe Basketball Cub hedgehog, Gwilly the Carrot, and cancer spokes-horse Jimmy the Clydesdale.
The Bradford Arts Centre received a huge boost, from local philanthropist Doug Osborne and the Bradford West Gwillimbury & District Community Foundation.Osborne, a regular supporter of school scholarships, Global Giving and local charities, made a $15,000 contribution to the Centre, through the Community Foundation.
It takes more than just hard work to thrive in the competitive automotive repair industry for 35 years. It also takes innovation, vision and dedication to customer service and quality.
Peaches, ripe and bursting with flavour, brought in fresh from the orchards of Niagara.... Saturday, August 26 was Peach Festival at the Bradford Farmers’ Market’s, a celebration of the juicy, flavourful summer fruit in all of its forms.
This year marks the 36th anniversary of the Terry Fox Run, and once again Bradford organizers will be hosting the run at the parkette beside the Bradford West Gwillimbury Library, 425 Holland St. W., this Sunday, September 17, with the goal of raising $1 for every resident of the municipality.
King Christian School has a long-standing back-to-school tradition: an Ice Cream Social that invites families to drop by to reconnect with teachers and staff, pick up school clothing and information packages, and enjoy free watermelon and ice cream sundaes, just before the start of the new school year.
It's a simple concept: paint a yellow fish on the curb above the storm sewer gratings on every road, as a reminder to residents that drains are not dumps. That anything poured into the storm sewers will eventually end up in our rivers or lakes. That harmful materials dumped down the drain will harm fish and other aquatic organisms.
Rob Schlosser has been growing his beard for nearly a year – making it a “yeard” - on a workplace bet, at Bradford Array.