Miriam Haight believes that the time is now for a hospice here in Milton. After 29 years of loving and living with Peter, his time had come to the end. He was losing his twelve year battle with C.M.L., He was moved to a Hospice in Oakville where he was very well cared for as was Miriam, but it was a hardship to travel so far to be with him in his final hours.
Cindy Lunau is now the Honorary Mayor of Campbellville. She was awarded this honour and was passed the chain of office from previous Honorary Mayors: Bridget and Shaun Saunier.
On the Eve of the Festival of St. Teresa of Avila, October 14th, Rev. Karine Snowden was inducted as Rector of Grace Church by The Venerable Michael Patterson, Archdeacon of Trafalgar on behalf of The Rt. Rev. Susan Bell, Bishop of Niagara.
It all began with a camel. In 2013 the Optimist Club of Milton sold plywood camels to local businesses in aid of youth in our area. These camels which local companies purchased and decorated in all sorts of unique ways, took part in a ‘Camel Race’.
For almost 40 years one of Milton’s favourite places has been the Tim Hortons at the corner of Highway 25 and Derry.
When asked the reason for updating the Milton Historical Society site, John Challinor II explained “Most Miltonians, like most of the developed world, have changed how they send, receive and consume information.
Although brilliant sunshine ruled the week leading up to Saturday June 23rd, the weekend was rainy. This did not prevent Miltonians from supporting the 38th Annual Strawberry Fair in aid of Milton District Hospital.
The foyer of Hugh Foster Hall on May 30th 2018 thronged with a bustle of caring community leaders who contribute their time, lives and support to important causes dear to their hearts.
A golden sunset; vivid abstracts; tranquil landscapes; brilliant sparkling spiders; colourful beaded purse decorations: these are just some of Ursula McDermid’s creations.
“The arrival of spring is like an awakening for our souls after months of rkas and toques. As the snow melts, the streams and rivers swell, the flowers and birds reappear and everyone seems happier and lighter.”