Spring is in the air.
As I write this, spring is in the air. The days are longer, the sun is stronger, the snow and ice have melted and the grass is greening. I have put away the snowman and I am making plans to have the snow tires taken off my car. There is a hint of hope and positivity in the air, although there are still many months of restrictions before us. The vaccines are coming and they will win this fight.
This month I want to say a belated welcome to Laurie and Bruce MacIsaac, who have been quietly distributing the CCRA Centennial News even though their name is not on the label. Laurie said it is often Bruce who does the distribution when she is busy. Thank you also to all the other nameless CCRA volunteer distributors who have been quietly distributing routes for a spouse, parents or children. We couldn’t do it without you.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Gord Hills. Gord was a long-time supporter of the CCRA and a CCRA Centennial News advertiser and distributor along with his wife Heather.
Gord passed away February 28 after a short battle with cancer. On behalf of the CCRA Executive and the distribution team, I extend our deepest condolences to Heather and family. Gord will be greatly missed. A donation to the Cancer Society was made in his memory.
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