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Just Sow It!

“Half the interest of the garden is the

constant exercise of the imagination.”

—Mrs. C.W. Earle

I couldn’t be more excited! After years of considering, I am finally having two raised beds built to garden in this year! 342 more words


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How are organic foods identified?

Organic foods can be identified through 4 different types of label information.

Least common in the marketplace, but most reliable, is the claim “100% organic” on the front of any certified organic food. 588 more words

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Tips When Stopped By Police and Carrying a Firearm - Video Tip

Tips When Stopped By Police and Carrying a Firearm

Video tip by Massad Ayoob


Sermon, Sunday March 1, 2015

There’s a verse in the Bible that reads, “Where there is no vision, the people perish.” The verse has been used as a selling point for congregations to have a Vision Statement.  218 more words



Just a reminder that tonight Jack Pritchard will be showing VOICES OF TRANSITION, a documentary about the transition movement, with a focus on food. After the film, we’ll have a discussion on how we can apply the ideas in our own area. 36 more words

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What is a Cabochon?

What is a Cabochon?

A cabochon is a gem or bead that has been cut in convex form and is highly polished but it is not faceted.   60 more words

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Ladies Day

Calling all ladies!  Ladies Day on Saturday April 25th 10 am-2:30 pm

at St. Paul’s Leaskdale.  Join us for High Tea, Workshops and our guest speaker Denise Macnab for a fun day! Online registration coming soon.

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