- Fri. Jun. 7, 2013
FORCE recipient of Environmentalist of the Year award
- Wed., Apr. 24, 2013
Mahoney: Quarry foes set to celebrate holding their ground
- Mon., Apr. 8, 2013
Quarry battle over opponents say
- Wed.,Mar. 27, 2013
FORCE ready to celebrate quarry victory
- Thurs., Mar. 14, 2013
My View: The community that could
Congratulations to Audrey Galloway as the Mountsberg Women’s Institute Helps Raise almost $3,000 for FORCE
Several members of the Mountsberg Women's Institute and some other local quilters got together over the summer to create a beautiful quilt to be raffled, with the proceeds going to FORCE. Sue Restivo, an 11th Concession resident, was the driving force behind the quilt project, which took place at Lawson Park. Sue and Eleanor Scholey worked on it every day with others dropping in when they could. The draw took place on Wednesday December 1st, 2004.
- 1st prize - Queen-sized quilt in pastel greens, blues and pinks, valued at $600.
Congratulations to Audrey Galloway our 1st prize winner.
- 2nd prize - Shaw Festival Package.
Congratulations to Wayne Neeb our 2nd prize winner.
- 3rd prize - Baby quilt.
Congratulations to Marg Runciman our 3rd prize winner.
First prize quilt
Back row left to right: Katie Ellis, Audrey Galloway, Pam Poole, Mary Chapman
Front row left to right: Mary McLean, Sue Restivo, Eleanor Scholey, Stella Zimmerman
(not present: Evelyn Page and Florence Peer)
Draw Night on December 1st
Friday, November 19, 2004 - Flamborough Review Article - Quilters take up needles to help FORCE
When Sue Restivo attended a public meeting five months ago to join neighbours in the fight against a proposed quarry on 11th Concession Rd. E., she wondered how she could help. But the answer soon came to her. "I left that meeting saying, 'What can I do; I'm 70 years old," she said. "Then, I thought, 'I can cook and sew.' And that's when I came up with the idea of making a quilt." Read the full article: Read the Full Article (128 KB)