The West Carling Association Members’ Contest
Congratulations to Bruce Davidson who is now the owner of Peter Pook's beautiful painting "Family Outing". The proceeds from the auction have been donated to the West Parry Sound Health Centre Foundation. Many thanks to Peter for his generous donation of his painting and to Bruce for his support.
Online Auction: Friday October 16th, 10 am – Saturday October 24th, 7:30 pm Virtual Celebration: Saturday October 24th, 6-6:30pm Support the Georgian Bay Land Trust's work to protect Georgian Bay's wilderness places through Bayscapes! Bid online on a fantastic array of Georgian Bay themed art, photographs, items, and experiences, with all proceeds supporting nature conservation. Bidding will open at 10 am on October 16th and close at 7:30 pm on October 24th. Tune in from 6-6:30 pm on October 24th for a live virtual celebration, featuring musical entertainment from the shores of Georgian Bay and updates from the Land Trust. Visit gblt.org/bayscapes for more information and to participate.
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The West Carling Association has a long history of caring for our environment and our community. To help us celebrate our community and to give back to the healthcare system that has worked so hard to keep us safe, we are auctioning a beautiful painting of a family of Canadian Geese called "Family Outing" by WCA's own Peter Pook. All proceeds will be donated to the West Parry Sound Health Centre Foundation. The auction is open to all members of the West Carling Association, new members are welcome. The winning bidder will be validated and if not a current paid member given the chance to become a member or the next highest bid by a paid member will be chosen. Family Outing by Peter Pook Oils on hardboard, 24” x 10” with a 3” wide custom made northern barn-board frame. The scene is of a family of Canadian Geese cruising the shoreline reeds on Mirror Lake located just inside the western shore of Franklin Island. Make a Bid Today!
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By Donna Tucker Although the numbers of Covid-19 cases in the area are low (as reported by the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit) be aware that cases are defined as those that have received a positive test result and have a permanent address within the Health Unit’s district. Seasonal residents who test positive will be counted in the district of their mailing address. This could result in under-reporting of positive cases in the Parry Sound area and a sense of complacency because the reported numbers are low. Our community is counting on you to do your part to keep everyone safe. It is recommended that we all follow these important practices. Wear a non-medical grade mask whenever you are out in public and safe physical distancing cannot be maintained. You can get a mask at 92 James Street, Monday to Wednesday 9 am to noon from the West Parry Sound Health Centre Auxiliary mask project. Although social gatherings can be up to 10 people, we still need to practice physical distancing by keeping at least two metres (just over 6 feet) away from others outside of our direct households and wearing a mask when we are in close contact with those who are not part of our household. Physically-distanced outdoor activities are the safest way to gather with family and friends. Consider options for BYOS -Bring Your Own Supplies! Carry a personal container of hand sanitizer with you in your car, in your purse or pocket and be a frequent and visible user in all public places. Be aware of high-touch surfaces. Keep household surfaces clean and always practice hand washing whenever soap and water is available.
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