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Big Brothers Big Sisters Opening Meaford Satellite Office

BBBS Logo225Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Georgian Triangle (BBBSGT) will soon be maintaining a part-time satellite office in Meaford.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Georgian Triangle serve a large region which includes Meaford and The Town of The Blue Mountains. Their office is centrally located in Collingwood at 74 Hume Street. However this can be challenging for residents in the other Georgian Triangle communities.

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January is Rotary Awareness Month

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Meaford Rotary Club President Wayne Kipp presented Meaford Rotarians Margaret Franklin and Don Doran with Paul Harris awards to honour significant contributions to the Rotary Foundation for the furtherance of better understanding, and friendly relations among all peoples of the world.