Eric Duncan Facebook Post
May 23 at 2:53 PM · This past weekend, we celebrated the life of a well-known and well-liked South Glengarrian, Coleman MacDonald, at the St. Mary’s Centre in Williamstown. Coleman passed away back in June 2020, but the belated community gathering Saturday brought together friends, family and neighbours to celebrate a life well lived over music and drinks. Coleman was always a great guy to chat with and he knew everybody around Williamstown. To me, he was your quintessential Canadian neighbour: always helping out and involved, and proud of his multi-generational roots in the area.
It was so good to reinstate our end of year party after a two-year hiatus. Everyone had a great time, enjoying signature cocktails, great food, and dancing to Chance Encounter’s live music. The silent auction was a big hit as well, helping to raise over $3600 for Hospice Cornwall Carefor.
Have a wonderful summer and see you all next year!
Rowan’s Law: Concussion Safety
Rowan’s Law became effective for all sport organizations including Curling Centers on July 1, 2019. This Law requires any member under the age of 26, parents of curlers under 18, coaches and team trainers, to review Ontario’s Concussion Awareness Resources and Concussion Codes of Conduct annually, and to testify that this has been done each time. For complete details please click on Rowan’s Law on the right sidebar.