Canada 150th Hanging Flower Baskets

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Canada 150th - Hanging Baskets

Sponsor a Canada 150th – Hanging Basket

The South Queens Chamber of Commerce is inviting local businesses to join in the Canada’s 150th celebrations by enhancing the beauty of our town by sponsoring the purchase of hanging flower baskets.

The SQCC is organizing the purchase and installation of the hanging flower baskets for display in the Town of Liverpool.

The visual impact of hanging baskets featuring red and white flowers on Main and Market Streets will show community support during this special birthday year.

We are asking the local businesses to purchase a basket for $125.00. Your participation in this promotion will be highlighted in an ongoing advertising campaign.

Download application form (below) for more details:

Canada 150th – Hanging Basket Form 2017 (docx format)

Candidates Debate – Video on Facebook

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There was a good turnout at the Candidates Debate at the Astor Theatre last evening. Thank you!

LighthouseNow streamed the event via Facebook Live. These videos are still available on their Facebook page.

So, in case you could not attend the debate Thursday evening, and you are ‘on Facebook’, you can watch it here (3 videos):

https://www.facebook.com/pg/lighthousenow/videos/?ref=page_internal

 

Provincial Candidates Debate, May 18, 2017

Written by Executive Director on . Posted in South Queens Chamber News

South Queens Chamber of Commerce

Presents

Provincial Candidates Debate

Thursday, May 18, 2017
Astor Theatre, 5:00PM

The candidates running in the riding of Queens – Shelburne will be on stage at the Astor Theatre in Liverpool at 5pm on Thursday May 18 to take part in a candidates’ debate.

The confirmed participating candidates are, in alphabetical order:

John Davis, NDP Party

Kim Masland, Progressive Conservative

Vernon Oickle, Liberal

The South Queens Chamber of Commerce’s goal in hosting this debate is to provide people with the opportunity to hear the candidates speak on issues that are important to our community and our economy. We are looking forward to an interesting exchange of information and hope this will encourage people to participate in our democratic process by voting in the provincial election on May 30, 2017.

Doors open at the Astor Theatre on Main Street at 4:15 p.m. on May 18. There is no assigned seating. Audience members are asked not to bring signs, placards or buttons into the theatre.

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