100 Bluenosers next meeting is
THURSDAY, DEC 10 at 6:30 pm
New Men and Women are invited for a sociable and learn about
helping our community
Our group started as 100 Men South Shore. We were inspired by the 100 Women & 100 Men's groups in Halifax. We meet every 3 months to help our neighbours in need by supporting a local charity. At our March 2016 meeting we supported new Canadians from war torn Syria become part of our community. At that meeting the Men decided that the community's problems were more they could handle on their own, and expanded the group to include women. Together we look forward to even greater success in helping make Bluenose country a better place. We have helped Bonny Lea Farm's purchase of a wheelchair van, and Hitchinbrook Farm's staging a summer camp for autistic persons.
At our meetings we learn about our community and the organizations that make it a great place to call home.
Tonight was one of the most impactful Bluenosers meetings we have ever attended! After hearing the first two presenters from the food bank and search and rescue, David Joudrie from the ARK got up and said he wasn’t going to present because he felt that either of those organizations needed the money more than the ARK for immediate needs. WOW!
We know we speak for everyone in the room when we say it makes one proud to be a “Bluenoser WHO CARES!” Congrats to Sherry Veniot at the Lunenburg County Search and Rescue and thank you David Joudrie and John Biddle for coming out to represent your organizations.
Way to go Community Wheels for taking home some tonight for your amazing work. 100 Bluenosers were so happy to be there to support you and the amazing work you are doing in this community.
Many thanks for all those that attended our Zoom meeting on Thursday, May 14th. Your attendance was much appreciated! And for those who couldn’t make it … we missed you!
1st off, a big congratulations to our winner, Bonny Lea Farm presented by Liz Finney! We hope the funds will get that elevator into tip top shape! 😊 Many thanks to Clare Kellock of Bluenose Coastal Action Foundation & Brenda Kenney of Junior Achievement Nova Scotia for presenting as well. Fine presentations, indeed!
2ndly: Payment Options - For those who were in attendance as well those who could not make it, here are some options for paying your $100 commitment to Bonny Lea Farm:
1) e-transfer: via CanadaHelps https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/49154
2) Drop off a cheque, made payable to Bonny Lea Farm, to:
Swain CPA Inc., 121 Aberdeen Road, Bridgewater
3) Mail cheque to Bonny Lead Farm, 5 Collicutt Rd, Chester, NS B0J 1J0
Finally: Our next meeting will be Thursday, September 10th, at 6:30 pm. Mark your calendars. Details to follow on whether we are still virtual at that point or if we will have a venue. I will keep you posted!
Remember, we are always looking for your feedback, and please, please help us grow our membership-base by inviting a friend!
We supported the YMCA of Lunenburg County and their Youth programming, and have helped many more groups who take care of the Lunenburg County community.
6:30 pm start
being Good Men & Women since May 2014
Please join us on
Thursday, Dec 10, 2020
on Zoom unless announced otherwide