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Nobleton comes together to celebrate the holidays

December 14, 2016   ·   0 Comments

The holiday community spirit was in full force as residents came together and celebrated at the recent Nobleton Tree Lighting. Thanks to everyone who attended and generously donated to the Nobleton Christmas Drive. As the saying goes, “it takes a village.”
There were many local businesses and organizations who made significant contributions to help make the event a success. Thanks and appreciation to Alf Budweth and The Nobleton Feed Mill for their tremendous efforts, and to farmers Jacob Schneider, Gord James, Mike and Bonnie O’Hara, and Ken and Brenda Atkinson for displaying their impressive tractors decorated for the season.
There was plenty of good food and drink to sample, courtesy of Tim Hortons, Claire’s Baked Goods, Alloro Fine Foods and Mario’s Bake Shop. The Nobleton Lions Club also provided a treat bag for each child who visited Santa. John from No Frills was honoured by the NVA for his ongoing commitment to our community, and RBC and Nu You were also present.
Jennifer Sanginesi did an outstanding job decorating the gazebo fit for a visit from Santa. Special thanks to Fandor Homes and Caliber Homes for providing a stage and lighting to highlight some of our young, local talent: St. Mary’s Glee Club and the Nobleton Children’s Theatre.
The crafts and face painting offered by the Nobleton Library were a big hit with both parents and kids alike, and it was wonderful to have the volunteer support via Neighbourhood Network. Kudos to King Township Parks and Recreation for organizing the event and all their hard work. We’re also grateful for King Fire and Emergency Services contributions.
Wishing everyone a safe and happy holiday season!
David Boyd
Councillor Ward 2

         

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