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Remembrance Day 2018 at Rideau Vista

Thank you students and teachers and Mr Campbell for a thoughtful and inspiring service this morning.  The stories and poems by the Grades 5 & 6 students caused us to stop and take a moment to appreciate the compassion and intelligence of the senior students . The music by the choirs also sent messages of love and remembrance.

Well done!

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Congratulations Harry Adrain!

On Sunday, September 30, Harry Adrain was inducted into the Ottawa Valley Country Music Hall of Fame!  This is well deserved recognition for one our Westport Native Sons.  And last night, I had the opportunity to represent Council and the Village to make a presentation to Harry at a party being held in his honour.

At this event, which was held at the Legion in Perth, I also saw first hand what being a member of the “ANT” family means – it means there are a whole lot of brothers, sisters, aunties, uncles and on and on who love spending time with each other.  Lucky people!

Congratulations again Harry.


THANK YOU – Westport in Bloom

What an exceptional season of flowers in the Village.  As I walked the dogs this morning and noted that the hanging baskets and flower boxes have been removed, it was even more evident how magnificent they were this year.  The volunteers of Westport in Bloom tend the plants and municipal gardens with such care and attention throughout the summer that people are simply inspired!  The second year of the new banners continue to add the realism of our young people, ensuring their strong presence in the Village.

Thank you for all your hard work.  It is appreciated by all of us who live, work and visit the Village of Westport.

REMINDER – Presentation on HUMAN TRAFFICKING in Leeds&Grenville, this TUESDAY NIGHT (October 30 @ 7:00 p.m.) Joshua Bates Centre, Athens

Please take a couple of hours on October 30 to become aware of the human trafficking criminal activity occurring in Leeds&Grenville.  Our girls and our boys are being trafficked.  Learn what YOU can do to prevent another one of our children becoming a victim.Human Trafficking Flyer

Only two day left to vote!

The Village has submitted an idea to AVIVA in an effort to obtain funding for two pieces of playground equipment for Lockwood Memorial Park. The top 50 vote getters in the Small Ideas category will each receive $10,000.
Would you support our cause by going to AVIVA Community Fund, registering and voting for our idea 18-327? You can cast your 10 votes all at once before Oct 4th.