Thank you to everyone that has registered to sit with the Salvation Army kettle. I am still short volunteers for many dates, so if you have a couple of hours to spare please give me a call at 905-640-3966 and help us out with the kettle.
This is Salvation Army’s only fundraiser, and we use these funds for our back to school back pack program, camp, Christmas hampers, snow removal, and to provide assistance throughout the year to families struggling with everyday life.
Please help us give a child a Christmas and other assistance throughout the year.
Salvation Army, Uxbridge
I would just like to take the opportunity to thank all of those I came into contact with during my campaign.
The three months leading up to Election Day was amazing! Getting out and meeting everyone, knocking at your doors, listening to your stories (not always about town issues!) has been such a wonderful journey.
I apologize to those of you whom I interrupted at dinner, or getting into the hot tub, putting the kids to bed, or the countless canines, and one cat, I disturbed just by knocking at your doors! (Some of you might want to think about reinforcing those doors by the way!)
When I started this journey, I just wanted to be the one that worked the hardest, that was the most receptive, and the one that listened to your concerns. I believe I did that. From visiting each one of your homes, not once, but twice, providing you with updates on the most recent council meetings, various platforms for contact, and just plain hard work and research into all aspects of the job.
A huge thanks goes out to my family, my kids, and especially my husband for putting up with me! I could not have done this without the support of my family!
I now know Uxbridge better than I ever have before, and I will certainly be watching the actions and decisions of the new council that much closer over the next four years. They have some extremely difficult decisions to make, and I believe some protocol to change. Bringing a fine balance to the desires of all Uxbridge residents will take careful and thoughtful planning.
Here’s to the new council – may they have an extraordinarily successful term ahead. And thank you to all of those who entrusted their votes to me.
Former Ward 5 Councillor candidate,