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Thursday, May 4, 2017

Volunteers Needed! @ourwestend @stjeschool

Friends,

See below from Tammy Murray.

Hello everyone,


Some exciting developments:


1)      The St. James Parent Council is in need of Volunteers for their Spring Fair
Friday May 6th,
from 3-6pm
Please let me know if you are interested in coming to Volunteer with Leo and myself.


2)      Bill Voakes of the Sandwich Towne Community Market has asked for some volunteer support getting the market ready for the Spring Launch this coming Saturday May 6th
He is in need of help to clean up and touch up the market booths and grounds and will accept help any time you are available this weekend, and/or next week.  I will make some time early next week to help out if anyone else would like to join me we can arrange a time together.
You can reach Bill directly
via text or phone call, 519-990-1055
He said he will be on the property most days, all day until late, so any help is appreciated.       

The Market will be open this year on
Saturdays and Sundays
from 9am -3pm until Oct 1st

The Market is using the #BuyWestYQG logo on some of its promotional materials  to let residents know about our West Shop local communication initiative and calling itself the West Windsor Market.    

Our West End was also able to connect the West Windsor Market with the University of Windsor’s student market, held at the Student Centre through the Winter months, to bring many of the campus vendors, students and volunteers to the community. 
We hope this cross promotion will be very successful in building support for our market as the great community resource it is, in providing fresh produce and goods in the neighbourhood.

We have already begun planning for another Summer Movie Night at the Market and will be looking for community business sponsors to offset the movie copyright fees.  Please let me know if your business connections might be interested in being a promoted and visible sponsor of the event!

Wishing you all a great weekend!

Tammy

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