Just in time for the Apple Harvest in St. George we are proud to launch the St. George Barn Quilt Trail’s website.
The St. George Barn Quilt community was looking for a website to help people find their awesome barn quilts.
The St George Barn Quilt Trail is the lasting legacy of the St George Bi-Centennial celebrations during 2014. The preparation for the Trail began with an idea in July 2013! In September 2013 Brant County 4-H Leaders, Edith Stone and Joan Crawford-Wehrstein lead a 4-H Club, Our Heritage-History-Barn Quilts. During this Club, with the assistance of the South Dumfries Historical Society (Deborah Andre,Jung Choi, Cliff Jones, David Simpson, David Thomson, Kelly Warner), providing the themes and general information and history the members designed 6 barn quilt blocks. These blocks represented various aspects of the Villages 200 years. The designs included: apples, artesian well, early industry, lilies, railroad, and veterans. The 2 foot by 2 foot painted designs were presented to the South Dumfries Historical Society and the St George Bi-Centennial Committee( Cliff Jones, Rodger Lyster, Willie Morley, Tom Pate, Steve Schmitt, David Simpson, David Thomson, John Wehrstein, John Wheat,) at the Levee held on January 1st, 2014.
- We customized the template
- Created the logo
Check out St. George Barn Quilt Trail
The Burford Historical Society wanted a more flexible and reliable website. We put this website together for them to expand their reach and educate everyone about Burford Ontario.
BTHS is an agricultural museum. Over the years the residents of Burford Township have gathered up and donated artifacts to the museum. Last summer was spent rejuvenating the old Town Hall, and the next few months (or years) will be spent cataloging artifacts and archives. Slowly we are bringing artifacts back onto public view.
Check out the Burford Historical Society’s Website
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Steve is launching an awesome new product. He makes all of these pendants by hand; you can see the craftsmanship and love in each one.
These make great presents and are fully customizable. Check out his web site.
” Savory Goldsmithing is a family owned and operated business located in St. George, Ontario. Services provided by the on-site goldsmith include custom design, repair, hand-engraving and sales. ” – Savory Goldsmithing
Scott is a local video editor and photographer in the Brant county area. There is quite a range of content on his site.
Check him out here.
WARNING this is a artist’s website and some graphics may be tooo graphic for some.
I was on one of the first teams of this club and it was a blast. Now to help them out and the sport of Volleyball I work on their website.
Check them out here.
1998 – The first team in the Club was a mixture of boys from St. George-German and Paris District elementary schools. These teams were the finalists in the County playoffs and boys from both teams were eager to keep playing. We called the OVA to enquire about registering them for an OVA age group tournament only to be told that to play in OVA tournaments you had to enter as a Club. The paperwork was filled out and the Brant Youth Volleyball Club was born!
1999 – The original boys were still interested in playing but had moved up to the Midget (U16) age group. We recruited some grade 10 boys to supplement the original group to make us more competitive. Realizing that we needed a younger team to feed the original group when the new grade 10 recruits moved up an age group, we also fielded a team at the bantam (U14) age group. Now we had two boys’ teams of which none of our own children played on. Our daughter was in grade seven at the time, so we decided that we should do a girls’ team as well. Most of those original female players were from Sandy’s summertime fastball team.
2000 – This year marked our first foray onto the international stage. That summer, Hamilton was hosting the International Children’s Games. We applied for acceptance and were able to take nine female and nine male volleyball players. The kids had a great time representing their country and getting a taste of competition at the international level. Although we didn’t win many games, they took away great memories from the experience and an appreciation of the hard work and dedication required to succeed. Many of these players went on to become leaders making a significant contribution to their high school teams.
2002 – Through the generosity and support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation, we established our house league program. This program was developed to offer skill development to a younger age group and those interested in playing at a more recreational level than our competitive teams.
A personal highlight this year was when co-founder Sandy Beedham was recognized by the OVA with the Female Developmental Coach of the Year award. This award is presented annually to two outstanding coaches (one female, one male) for their history in developing athletes/ teams within the OVA and for their contribution to the development of our sport in the province.
They are one of Paintball’s most recent independent remote line maker.
Klairproducts came to Monkhouse Hosting looking for a new direction for their site. We worked closely with them to bring their web site that they had visioned in their mind.
Check out their site and let know what you think.
Cystic wanted to update their own website, check out how we helped.
“Cystic fibrosis is the most common, fatal genetic disease affecting Canadian children and young adults. There is no cure for cystic fibrosis. Cystic fibrosis is a multi-organ disease, primarily affecting the lungs and digestive system. A build-up of thick mucus in the lungs causes severe breathing problems. It may be difficult to clear bacteria from the lungs, leading to cycles of infection and inflammation, which damage the delicate lung tissues.
Thick mucus also blocks the ducts of the pancreas, preventing enzymes from reaching the intestines to digest food. People with CF must consume a large amount of artificial enzymes (average 20 pills a day) with every meal and snack, to help digest and absorb adequate nutrition from food.
Cystic fibrosis is a very complex disease, but you will find plenty of information on this site to help answer your questions. ” – Cystic Fibrosis London
Michelle wanted to put her business online and it was awesome working with her, check out her site here.
NRPHS is owned and operated by Michelle Doucet (Dubé).
Michelle has an Associate Degree in Applied Science for Animal Management and extensive experience working with animals in various settings: animal shelters, veterinary clinics, zoos and aquariums/marine centres.
Do you have a dog that doesn’t listen to you? Maybe a new puppy that you are looking for training. Dave is based out of Niagara falls Ontario. He’s a great guy he has been training dogs of any size since 1984.
Check out his site and look at all his testimonials.
“I love what I do every day of my life, I have made my passion my profession.”
I help people and their dogs, I know that I make a difference in their lives.”
Originator of the “First Command Response Training Theory and Methods” that are used by our graduate student trainers worldwide.
Dave McMahon is a consultant to rescue groups on the assessment and temperament of dogs that are adopted.
- Author of “Obedience Training For the Family Dog”
- Author of “Don’t Get Bit” A Dog Bite Prevention Book For Children
Get Your Copy Today At The School! ” – Dave McMahon