Bradford’s first Walk for Chiari Malformation attracted more than 100 participants. They came to raise awareness and funds, and to support young Mason Donkin, who inspired the walk.
Bradford Branch 521 of the Royal Canadian Legion raises funds through a variety of means – including Nevada “break-open” ticket sales.
The Bradford Board of Trade set up a “village” of tents at the Millennium Clock Tower last Friday, determined to provide shelter in case it rained at the annual Appreciation BBQ. In previous years, uncertain weather led guests to cram under cover and pull out their umbrellas, as the rain poured down.
It's a golf tournament “like no other.”
The BWG Local History Association hosts its annual Mystery Tour on Saturday, July 15 – this year, a tour of the Holland Marsh, with former Drainage Superintendent Art Janse. Meet at the Bond Head United Church at 1 p.m., to catch the bus. Cost of the tour is $10.
The Families of SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy) and supporters gathered for the annual Rebecca Run for SMA, at Fairy Lake Park on July 8 – where there was good news.
Little Mason Donkin, only 5, has been diagnosed with Chiari malformation, a structural condition of the brain that crowds the cerebellum, sometimes pushing it into the upper spinal cord, blocking the flow of cerebrospinal fluid and resulting in neurological and muscle problems.
My sister and I search Innisfil Beach Park, east of the picnic pavilion. Where is the blue spruce tree?It was planted on June 28, 1947, 70 years ago, to commemorate 100 years since the Black family first emigrated from Tyrone, Ireland. We left without finding the tree.
It isn’t every day that diners get to see not only the opening of a new restaurant, but the launch of what could be a business phenomenon.