Santa’s mailbox will be inside the Higher Ground Café in Belfountain. Starting December 13th children of all ages may drop off their letters to Santa (don’t forget to include your home address so Santa can write back).
Belfountain Village Church
Welcome all to the December 23rd candlelight service, followed by cider and Christmas carols at the Church.
“Remember when…..” books
Once again, we have our lovely “Remember when” books for sale if you are in need of a unique stocking stuffer. For $10.00 this informative historical book written by Bernice Trimble a long time Belfountain resident and historical author. Lots of interesting facts and old photographs of Belfountain. This is a fundraiser for the BCO. Books are available in the Higher Ground Café or please contact the email@example.com for more information and pick-up.
Belfountain Historical Poster
We have a few posters available for $20.00. Nicola Ross, local journalist and former Belfountain resident has designed a delightful poster with extensive research into the historical homes of the hamlet. To request and pick up, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Belfountain Community Organization has been an active community group for over 33 years. We are a non-profit organization that relies on people volunteering their time to make things happen. The focus of the group has been to bring the community together through social events, and to work on projects that support the community motto, “To preserve the rural, cultural and environmental integrity of the hamlet of Belfountain and environs.”
The BCO needs your help. We need people to join the Board.
If you enjoy working with people and are interested in organizing events that bring the community together, please contact us. If you have concerns about anything that impacts the quality of life in this beautiful rural community, contact us. Let’s have a conversation and discuss how we can work together. Those concerns include such things as Manors of Belfountain development, the Erin Wastewater Recovery Facility, water quality, roads, traffic, noise, the Cataract aggregate blasting quarry, sustaining the cultural heritage of the community and preserving our rural natural environment.
The Board is made up of 15 directors, which includes executive members, who meet monthly for 1.5 hours. The Executive meets more frequently as required. When there are 15 directors, the work to be done can be more evenly distributed and collaboratively shared, making it a positive experience for everyone.
Currently, there are six Board members. This limits what can be accomplished. Please think about how you would like to support the Belfountain community.
ALERT: Rolling road closures this Saturday. On May 28th, 2022 there will be 1000 cyclists participating in the Jack Ride, “Canada’s Ride for Youth Mental Health”
The ride departs from Caledon Ski Club. There will be rolling closures on surrounding Regional roads between 8:00AM – 3:00PM FORKS OF THE CREDIT/BUSH STREET, MISSISSAUGA RD, WINSTON CHURCHILL BLVD, OLDE BASE LINE RD, KING ST.
To date $1,423,253.75 has been raised for the cause.
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