January 2016 - Kawartha Lakes Food Source
Box 123, Lindsay, ON K9V 4R8
telephone: (705) 324-0707
Volume 14, Issue 1
HAPPY NEW YEAR—2016
Jack Callaghan Public School
Students and teachers collected 372 pounds of nonperishable food items to help our inventory!
HOW MANY POUNDS OF FOOD CAN YOU CRAM INTO
A CRUISER?...... 1725!
The “Cram the Cruiser” event was a great success
despite the weather! A big thanks go to the enthusiastic support of Carrie Jenkins (Kawartha Lakes Police Service) and customers of Loblaw
OTHER GENEROUS DONATIONS!
Kawartha Lakes This Week Fall Home and Craft
Show brought in amazing 3168 pounds of nonperishable food items as well as cash donations.
I.E. Weldon Secondary School
“12 Days of Christmas” event: Students & staff collected 1892 pounds of non-perishable food items.
Farm Credit Canada “Drive Away Hunger” annual
campaign resulted in 1111 pounds of non-perishable
How People are Helping
Kawartha Lakes Real Estate Association hosted
annual Food Drive
Non-perishable food items were collected from local real
estate companies that amounted to approximately 850
pounds of food donations to our warehouse!
“Me to We” Food Drives
I.E. Weldon Secondary School—873 pounds
Central Senior School—630 pounds
Leslie Frost Public School—715 pounds
Rolling Hills Public School—530 pounds
Thoughtful gesture from the
Lindsay Tai Chi Club
The club members presented a cheque to KLFS just in
time for the holiday season
Tim Horton's Food Drive brought in 645 pounds of
non-perishable food items in November thanks to
customers & staff at three of their
Lindsay Recreation Centre Fitness Group
collected donations for KLFS at their Christmas lunch and
monetary donations were received from - John Baldry,
Kathy Boyle, Laura Clancy, Joan Cybulski, Andrea
Gerry, Mary Ellen Gerster, Paul & Sheila Henley,
Tracy Hubble, Terry & Marion Perras, Paul & Diane
L.C.V.I.— 815 pounds
Fenelon Falls Secondary School—306 pounds
Renewing their Patronage: John & Sheila
Bebbington, John & Maria Bennett, Beta Sigma
Phi Laureate Beta Mu, Richard & Pauline Brien,
Linda Coles, Moira Flynn-Coneybeare, Brian &
Ellen Desbiens, James Dixon (PayPal), Alan &
Frances Emery, Ron & Kim Fintelman, Claire
Fisk, Dom & Betty Fox, Drew & Ann Gunsolus,
Victoria Hargrave, David & Patricia Holloway,
Brian & Joanne Hough, Thomas & Mary Ann
Huff, William & Marilyn Huskinson, Clark Jewell,
K.D. Henry Inspection, William Kennedy, Grace
King, Amber Langmuir (Canada Helps), Lindsay
Iron & Metal, Patricia Lovsin, Jane & Ian
MacIntosh, Fred & Jacqueline Martell, Joan
Mayer, Laurie McLean, Glen & Deborah Moyer,
Brenda & William Moynes, Niblett
Environmental Associates Inc., William & Mary
O’Neill, Optimist Club of Lindsay, Wanda Percival, Tom & June Pick, Richard & Darlene
Poisson, Mr. & Mrs. Garnet Powell, Rosepark
Landscaping Ltd., Barbara Rowsell-Arnup,
Cheryl Saunders, Scottish Rite Club of Victoria
District, Dr. T James & Mrs. Cooper, Gallora
Construction, David & Judy West, Eric
Zoebelein, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 67,
Bill & Beth Hicks and Wayne Moss.
Welcome to our newest patrons: Constellation
Brands (Canada Helps), Norma Goller, Leon
Frazer & Associates, Lorne Bagshaw
Excavating (Canada Helps), Pooran
Manmohansingh, John & Elaine Murray,
Jeannie Peeters, Nancy Pelletier, Annette
Watson, Absolute Success Children’s
Foundation, and Dr. Sami Ullah from Lindsay
Family Cosmetic Dentistry.
What a wonderful holiday season...
Financial donations have been received from: Earl Manley, Powles Corner Women’s Institute, D.
Aileen Naylor, Andrew Milner, Ross Chambers, Lions Club of Lindsay, Ula Ball, Kathryn Barkey,
Nanci Byer, City of Kawartha Lakes (Lifeline Telecare), Jody Clements, Mr. & Mrs. David Cook,
Josephine Coombs, Judy Currins, Verna Curtin, Dalrymple United Church Women, Paul Davidson, Anne & George Davies, Pam Dudman, Ron Fevang, Barb & William Franklin, Alexander &
Carol Fulton, Sir Graham & Lady Day, James & Janice Geddes, Sherry Giltenan, Dianne Hall,
James & Bonnie Hancock, Ken & Joyce Harrison, Mary James, Ken Junkin, Joanne Kerrigan,
Ann Killens, Yvonne Kehoe, Jacqueline Leblanc, Jo-Anne Lindsay, Rev. Michael Locke, David &
Heidi Long, Vern & Donna Lonsway, June Marsh, Brenda McLean, Catherine & James Millington, Caroline Monsell, John & Elaine Murray, Joyce Palmer, Mary Perrault, Catherine Philp,
Joyce Poulsom, Yvonne Price, Chris & Lindsay Quesnelle, Kaye Reeds, Jo-Anne Ritchie, Clare &
Sheila Robins, John & Joan Ross, Ross Memorial Admitting Staff, St. Paul’s Anglican Church,
Donald & June Sale, Michael Sefton, Seniors Knitting Group, Kathy Simpson, Jean Smart,
Stewart Stainton, TS Manufacturing, John & Bonnie Yeomans, Laura Whyte, CUPE Local 1167,
Noreen Falkner, Mark Boileau, Bruce MacArthur and Robert May.
Entrance fee for Cambridge Street United Church’s “Phantom of the Organ Concert” was by donation for
KLFS. Funds were received from CSUC Music Committee, Jean Collier, Edward & Mary Hill, Stan &
Marion Hill, Robert J. Nagel, Wanda Percival, Donald R. Scott, David & Margaret Robertson, Dr.
& Mrs. Peter Ursel, Mr. & Mrs. Derek Warren.
Financial donations through Canada Helps/Paypal: Sasha Hannah, Kawartha Wireless, Tom Lazzaro,
Andrea Lindsay, Ed & Jane Lowe, Ouellet Connection Inc., Catherine Pilkey, Lindsay Churcher,
Martina Perdue, Karl Reynolds, Sarah Repka, Wayne Aldred and Murray Lund.
Lorraine Scott made a financial donation through Canada Helps/Paypal in memory of Alicia Rankin.
Christmas Gift Cards purchased by Joyce Dunning, Naomi Ecob, John Ireland, Chris & Jennifer Mabee, Jill Sadler, Dave Shone, Tracey Twohey, Robert Ball & Finni Verbik
Donating $ to purchase food: Jennifer Bain, Carol Barkwell, Kim Devolin, Susanne Dowdell, Dianne
Evans, Jarret Farquharson, Elaina Ferrari, Craig Fitzgerald, Alexander & Carol Fulton, Dennis
Gindgy, John Gundy, Patricia Harkot, Debbie Henderson, HKLB Riding Association, Sandra
Jack, K. Jameson, Trevor & Shannon Kuypers, Dorothy Huhtalo, Donna Lewis, Doug & Eileen
MacCormack, Doreen McArthur, Jane McGhee, Martha & Chris Pendlebury, Sharon Phelps,
Joan Robinson, Bill Steffler, Alma Sutcliffe, Heidi Vanderzwet, Beatrize Vitorino, Judith Wright.
In honour of her 90th birthday, Jeanne Blewett’s friends collected 268 pounds of non-perishable food
items as well as cash.
Pearl McInnis collected 153 pounds of non-perishable food items as well as cash for her 90th birthday and
Ruth McInnis made a donation in honour of Pearl’s birthday.
BDO “Drive Away Hunger” annual campaign cash
donations from: Josie Arthurs, Julie Budd,
Travis Chandler, Trina Connell, Evan Craft,
Ian Crockford, Carol Dowdle, Anne
Flaherty, Marlene Hargrave, Cyndy Hoare,
Lisa Kemp, Laura McDonald, Christine
Paradoski, Michelle Torrey & Doreen
Fenelon Falls Senior Citizens Club held
“Breakfast with Santa” & 44 pounds of nonperishable food items was collected
Fenelon Falls had their annual “Christmas Craft
Show” which brought in 490 pounds.
Fenelon Falls Home Hardware collected 145
pounds of non-perishable food items at their
Lindsay Antenna Retirees held their annual
lunch and collected 157 pounds of food items.
choice instead of exchanging
Brian handing their
We were overwhelmed by peoples’ generosity...
A contribution was made by: Dawn Switzer in honour of Jane Schulist-Green and Lindsay Tai Chi Club
in honour of Pastor Wayne Reed.
A donation was made by Linda O’Leary to honour the staff at Leslie Frost.
I.E. Weldon Secondary School students made a financial gift in honour of Masjid Al-Salaam.
The Commonwell Mutual Insurance Group annual Broker Event raised $853 to help with our mission.
Food donations have been received from: Adelaide Place, Body and Soul Class, Rod Boston, Adrian
Brouwer, Adrian Caddon, Cambray United Church Women, Cambridge Street Baptist Church,
Cameron Community Church, Amanda Chevrier, City of Kawartha Lakes, Dollarama customers,
Diane Dutrisac, Frances Edwards, Garry’s Garden Gallery, HKPR Health Unit, Liza Holly, Joanne
Hough, Herb Irvine, Kawartha Care Wellness Centre, Kawartha Haliburton Children’s Aid, Diane
Lang, Lindsay Toastmasters, Sharon McQuay, Medical Secretaries Association, Miracles in Paradise, Zach Mitchell & family, Nordia Call Centre, P & C Farms, Kathleen Potts, Riverbend Ranch,
St. John Paul Catholic School, St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School, Hugh & Greg
Snoddon of Hub International Equipment, Staples Swain Professional Corp., State Farm Insurance,
James Stohl, Mervin Stoll, Steven Stoll, TD Canada Trust Lindsay, Cathie & Clarke Tummon, Victoria County Career Services, Victoria County Sheep Producers, Village Housing, Don Wouters,
Rivermill Village Residents, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Jordan & Wayne Bannister, Brodie
Bowins, Ryan Lucking and Paul Stoll.
Jessica Dagg honoured her son Deacon’s first birthday by collecting 120 pounds of non-perishable food
items and Maisie Koetstra collected 76 pounds and monetary donations for her child’s first birthday as well.
Canadian Tire Lindsay annual Ladies Night event brought in 166 pounds of food items from customers.
The leadership team at Caressant Care—McLaughlin Road hosted their annual Christmas food drive and
helped the warehouse with 316 pounds of non-perishable food items.
Central Ontario Wolves Minor Atom Team made KLS their charity of choice for their Christmas party and
collected 208 pounds of non-perishable food items.
City of Kawartha Lakes (Library Services) “Food for Fines” initiative brought in 348 pounds of nonperishable food items plus cash.
CKL Social Services collected 130 pounds of non-perishable food items in their office.
Lindsay Recreation Centre staff and members collected 64 pounds of non-perishable food items to date.
Lindsay Peterborough Movers collected 913 pounds of non-perishable food items at the Lindsay Santa
The entrance fee for the Lindsay Roller Derby league November event was a donation of food for KLFS.
This open scrimmage contributed 190 pounds food items plus cash.
Lindsay Senior Citizens Club collected 388 pounds of non-perishable food items and cash at their Christmas Festival.
Mom 2 Mom Sale: 101 pounds on non-perishable food items as well as funds collected from the entrance
fee were donated.
“Extra helping Food Drive” Thanks to management, staff and customers of Loblaw & Valu-mart, this drive
was a success. Along with financial donations, 4,215 pounds of non-perishable food items was collected!
Ontario Clean Water Agency arranged a food drive at Strangs Valumart where customers “Overflowed the
OCWA Truck” with 169 pounds of non-perishable food items plus monetary donations.
The Kents band raised 117 pounds of non-perishable food items when they played at The Grand Experience.
The Pampered Chef event raised over $600 plus representative/coordinator Maria Tohill made a donation.
Spotlight Dance Productions contributed 141 pounds of non-perishable food items.
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