Hello Caledon Neighbours! WE NEED YOUR HELP FOR THIS COMMUNITY EVENT TO BE A SUCCESS!
The Forks of the Credit Preservation Group is holding a fundraiser Cataract Street Festival in our ongoing battle against the proposed Votorantim Cimentos/CBM (St. Marys) mega blasting quarry. The sale will be held Saturday, May 28th, from 9 am to 4 pm, on William Street, in the Hamlet of Cataract. It will be a wonderful event for us all to come together and support each other in this fight to save our community.
Help is needed to ensure that this day is a success. In the past year, we have had an excellent response from the areas surrounding Cataract, and, again we are asking for your support. Along with vendors selling their handmade products, food trucks and music, we need your saleable items for the community yard sale, including:
good quality adult and children’s clothes
purses, shoes, accessories, etc.
baby goods, etc.
(Please no furniture as we do not have the space to store larger items) IF YOU HAVE ANY ITEMS TO DONATE TO THE YARD SALE, please email Eileen at: cataractqueen. IF YOU CAN VOLUNTEER AND/OR HAVE STORAGE SPACE FOR A SHORT TIME, please email Diane Boyd at: diboyd. IF YOU WOULD LIKE A BOOTH TO SELL YOUR HANDMADE PRODUCTS, please email Liz at: busylizzy. IF YOUR TEEN NEEDS VOLUNTEER HOURS AND WISHES TO HELP OUT please email Lesli Kennedy at: leslikennedy.
Please invite your family and friends and circulate the attached image through your social media. Ads have been circulated through newspapers, Facebook and our Group’s webpage, and our municipal politicians and press have been invited. We look forward to all being together and show that we care about our community! Thank you!!!
We acknowledge that the land on which we gather, is part of the Treaty Lands and Territory of the Mississaugas (Michi Saagiig Nishnaabeg) of the Credit River First Nation originally named the Missinnihe River, for thousands of years, various Indigenous peoples inhabited and cared for this land and these waters and continue to do so today.
We acknowledge that this territory is also home to the Anishnaabe,
Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee, Ojibway, Chippewa and Metis peoples.
We are grateful to live on this land and give our respect to the First Nation inhabitants.
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