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End of the Year Dinner with Special Guest – Carmen Krogh

Reserve Your Tickets Now!

Just a note to invite you to our last dinner for 2013. This evening is very special as we will be having our great friend and well-known health researcher, Carmen Krogh, as our guest speaker and visiting with us. Please keep Thursday Dec.19th open. We will be hosting Carmen, at our usual venue, the Silverdale Hall.

Lasagne

Dinner to begin at 6:00pm. Menu includes an offering of a beef or chicken lasagne, salad, buns, desserts, beverages.

We plan to pre sell tickets to this event. The cost will be $20 per person per ticket. We will be making a list of names this time so we know how many people will be attending. Money will be collected at the door and we’ll check off your names. The tickets will give you a chance at special door prizes as well as your meal.

There will be a raffle as well, with some amazing prizes!!!

If you are able to come and would like to pre order a ticket…just contact Shellie or myself to attend this wonderful evening!! Please share this message with all your contacts. If you do not know about Carmen…just look up this amazing lady on line!!! Thank you again and we hope to see you all on the 19th,

Susan  905 957 3541 and Shellie 905 386 0765

Mothers Against Wind Turbines

Mothers Chat with Energy Minister Chiarelli

DSCN0760It was field day for Mothers Against Wind Turbines and the destination today was Babcock and Wilcox Nuclear Manufacturing Facility in Cambridge.

Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli was also at the facility and was available to speak to the Mothers and address their many concerns. Issues discussed included health, noise decibel levels, improper siting, financial and economic impact on Ontario, wind company contracts in  addition to how it infuriates  rural Ontario that the Liberals are appealing the Ostrander point decision.

Minister Chiarelli showed himself to be an excellent example of a Liberal “listener” but only time will tell if he follows company policy and refuses to hear. We Mothers made it clear that we are determined to protect our families, our children, and the best course of action for the minister and all Ontarians is to no longer support industrial wind facilities being built within our communities and province. Mr Chiarelli, although thoughtful and pleasant, continued to recite the usual Liberal propaganda and spin . Great job Mothers! Not only is it important to speak out for those whom our government now refuses to protect, but as always, to set an example for our children. And thanks to Bob Chiarelli who took ten minutes out of his busy day to speak with the Mothers. I hope your next stop later that day, touring the Canadian Solar Facility, was just as interesting and eventful.