Box 123, Lindsay, ON K9V 4R8
telephone: (705) 324-0707
Volume 12, Issue 6
Saturday, November 8th, 2014
10 am—4 pm Vicky’s Values
50 Mary St. West, Lindsay
Special Sale with holiday décor,
festive fashions, NEW clothing &
Featuring a Silent Auction with new
& collectible items with proceeds
going to Kawartha Lakes Food
Refreshments will be served.
5th Annual Lindsay JOLLY JOG
Saturday, November 29th, 2014
10:00 am to 1:00 pm
The Lindsay Jolly Jog is a 5k fun walk/run for families and friends to take to the
streets of Lindsay dressed in their most festive outfits and spread some holiday
cheer. Participants can take part in caroling and cookies along the 5k route, enjoy
live entertainment before returning back to the Victoria Park Armoury for a visit
with Santa and a Chili brunch.
Proceeds from this event are in support of Kawartha Lakes
Food Source and the CKL Santa Claus Stocking Fund.
Take part in the costume contest, come dressed in your
most fun and festive holiday attire for a chance to win
some great prizes.
Dr. Phillip Croutch and his Spinewerx staff
hosted a food drive during their Lark in the
Park event which celebrated their 30th anniversary. The donations contributed by participants were 221 units and $597.75
Dr. Croutch presents the cheque to John Glenney, KLFS volunteer.
Giant Tiger sold prepared Thanksgiving bags of food
and donated the proceeds to KLFS. Judy Sorensen,
Manager presents the $500 cheque to Nancy Newton,
Chair, Food Acquisition Committee.
held their 3rd
The Lindsay Gallery held
their Fall Tea recently inviting Christine Gimblett
to speak about KLFS. Jean
Pollock presents a cheque to
help with our ongoing programs.
Lindsay Transit held
a one day food drive
at Food Basics and provided the warehouse with
733 pounds of food and
$130.70. Pictured (l-r)
Gord James, Enzo
Ingribelli, Val McQuat,
Sam Jones and Kim Hidduk.
Victoria Manor Residents hosted a
food drive and collected 105 units, 2
grocery gift cards and $283.30. This
will increase the quality of life of the
underprivileged within the CKL.
Hunger” campaign by
Canada was a
Over 950 lbs.
of food were
Pope John Paul II Catholic Elementary
School collected an additional 387 lbs.
Kawartha Lakes Food Source has been fortunate
to receive fresh produce this summer and fall.
Recent donations have been received from Neil
Anderson, Paul Gimblett, Lindsay Community Gardens, Kevin Disney, Mr. & Mrs. Ken Oliphant and
Tickets now available for
Charity Pasta Feast
Thursday, January 29th, 2015
2 adult tickets for $25.00
December 12th, 2014
Tickets: KLFS office
Let’s make a date for lunch!
The 15th Annual Lindsay Fall Food Drive was held
on Saturday, October 18th, 2014. The Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints supporting the
Kawartha Lakes Food Source & member agencies
collected 7,928 pounds of food by going door-todoor.
Thank you to all the drivers, gatherers and sorters
for once again making this a successful event.
How People are Helping
Renewing their Patronage: Mrs. Nama Tummon, Lindsay & District Labour Council, James
Lindsay, Jean Blewett, Staples & Swain, Hazel Hladki, Dr. Julie Johnson, Kaye Reeds,
Brenda & William Moynes and Karl Batty.
The Hershey Company generously donated 37 cases of products just in time for Halloween.
Financial donations have been received from: Queen St. United Church Thrift Shop, Doug &
Kristen Watson, Cathy Barrowclough, Dr. Maria Cescon & Lee Bingham, Beta Sigma Phi
Laureate Beta Mu, John & Elaine Murray, Darlene Hallett, Earl Manley, Barb van der
Veen, Courtney Bailey, Lindsay Senior Knitting Group, Barbara Rowsell, Leah Campbell,
Lindsay CRC Deacons, Fran Dominic and Mr. & Mrs. Derek Warren.
Food Donations have been received from: V.O.N., Country Estates Retirement Home, TOPS
Morning Group, Bellhaven Trailer Park, Elizabeth Watson, Fenelon Falls Senior Citizens
Club, Mike Bodkin, Fit Body Boot Camp, Shoppers Drug Mart, Cambray Community
United Church Women, St. Paul’s Anglican Church, P & C Farms, Miracles in Paradise,
Marcie Beall, Lindsay & District Labour Council, Mr. & Mrs. Cruickshank, Elizabeth Watson, Beth Cameron, Lonesome Pine Resort, Kawartha Credit Union, Fairview Baptist
Church, Cambridge Street United Church and Carrie Robinson.
In honour of Maria Bennett’s 25th anniversary with Mary Kay, 95 non-perishable items and $65
Paul & Eleanor Reed donated 30 lbs. of lamb which is an added supplement for our members .
The New Apostolic Church held a food drive & car wash fundraiser which resulted in 143 nonperishable food items and $165.
Investors Group Financial Services’ recent Comedy Evening provided 743 pounds of food.
Spending a day at the Lindsay Farmers’ Market informing the public about our important work
also brought in 236 pounds of produce.
The Victoria Haliburton Law Association invested in the community by making a donation.
Wendy Fagan’s steer was sold at auction and the net proceeds of $1700 was contributed to KLFS.
Donating through Canada Helps: Sherry Nielsen and Colette Schroter.
Donations received to purchase food: Donald & June Sale, Josie Arthurs, Julie Budd, Andrea
Coates, Trina Connell, Carol Dowdle, Anne Flaherty, Marlene Hargrave, Cyndy Hoare, Lisa
Kemp, Jordan Klemencic, Shelley Marshman, Laura McDonald, Victoria Stewart, Michelle
Torrey, Andra Welwood and Doreen Wetheral.
FOOD SOURCE MEMBER AGENCIES
Adult Protective Services
Central Food Cupboard: (joint effort by Queen St. United, Bethel Evan-
gelical, St. Paul’s Anglican Church ,St. Andrew’s Presbyterian & St. Vincent de Paul Society)
Coboconk Food Bank
Dunsford Food Bank
Fenelon Falls Salvation Army
HKPR Health Unit
K L Centre of Hope
Little Britain Food Bank
Omemee Food Bank
School Breakfast /Snack Programs
Sir Sandford Fleming College Food Cupboard
Woodville Christian F.B.
Use professional fundraisers
Receive annual government grants
Solicit by phone
Sell or trade your
Solicit door-to-door for
donations, only food