Announcements

The Library is moving back home!

The move back from the Elgin Mall is almost upon us. As much as we’ve loved this location, we’re also excited to get back to Curtis St. to see all the changes. We expect this to be a more challenging move as we will be fitting our collection into the …

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Red Ribbon Blitz

On Saturday, November 12th, the same day as the 5th Annual MADD Candlelight Vigil of Hope and Remembrance, the MADD Red Ribbon Blitz is being kicked off at Canadian Tire, Real Canadian Superstore and Shoppers Drug Mart on Elm St. Each year, from the beginning of November to the first Monday after …

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Environmentalism takes many forms

What happens when two mature students find they can’t get their foot in the door of environmental careers where entry-level jobs are dominated by people under 30? They stubbornly create their own environmentally themed work. Meet Jennifer and Chantelle, both with technical and environmental diplomas and degrees from Fanshawe College …

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Shoe box time again

Every year thousands of shoeboxes are sent to needy children all around the world. This program is ‘Operation Christmas Child‘ sponsored by Samaritan’s Purse. Each box is filled with school supplies, personal hygiene products, small toys, hats etc.The drop off depot for this area is at The Salvation Army, 380 …

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Anyone Missing a Bike?

A bike has been found by Todd. It’s a girls bike and if you are missing such a bike, please contact Todd at rowleywriter@gmail.com to confirm it is your missing bike. A huge thanks to Todd for trying to reunite the bike and owner!

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Healing Palette – Nov. 4 – 20, 2011 Call to Entry

The 6th annual Healing Palette Art Exhibition is sending out a call to entry for artists with lived experience of mental health conditions, to be part of the 2011 show. We are looking for works of visual art, sculpture and written word pieces. We particularly hope to see work from …

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Great job news for St. Thomas

The St. Thomas Economic Development Corporation (EDC) today announced that Forest City Castings of London, Ontario has entered into an Agreement to purchase the Lear Seating property at 10 Highbury Avenue in St. Thomas, Ontario.  Over 70 skilled employees currently make up the Forest City Castings team and that number …

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You have questions, we have answers

The summer is full swing, kids only have a few weeks left before school starts again, and the St. Thomas Blog keeps improving what we can do for you. Did you know that there is a St. Thomas born sportsman who last year won the championship? It’s true, and his …

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Remove scrap metal and raise money

After successfully raising $500.00 for the playground at Pierre Elliott Trudeau French Immersion School, the BDL Salvage and Recycling company will continue to donate 25% of total revenue until the end of August 31st. BDL Salvage & Recycling will come to your home or business and remove any unwanted metals …

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Things they are a-changing

The St. Thomas Blog - Follow The ElephantEnough from that well known Welshman, Bob Dylan……. I know I know. Things are moving and shaking here at the St. Thomas Blog Towers.  We have a brand new writer, OK a feed from his website anyway. Mi...

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Scream for a Cure 2011

This years Scream for a Cure will be held at Kenny Iguana‘s in October. Scream for a Cure is a fundraiser for the fight against cancer. We are all touched by cancer in one way or another. Last year Scream for a Cure raised 11,000 dollars but this year we …

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Find out what’s going on!

  You know the situation, it is a slow day, nothing on the television, you have read all your books, watched all your movies. Now you just want to know what there is to do today… We can help you, after all, it is why we are here after all.  …

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Find out what's going on!

  You know the situation, it is a slow day, nothing on the television, you have read all your books, watched all your movies. Now you just want to know what there is to do today… We can help you, after all, it is why we are here after all.  …

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STOLEN–Miele mountain bike

STOLEN: Moments ago from out front of Sub shop on west Talbot Street – bright red Miele mountain bike, with a soft cushion seat. If seen / found, please msg asap. Thank you!

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Donate your empties please

“St Thomas Elgin General Hospital” (STEGH) is collecting beer cans, wine and beer bottles to raise money for a new Unit Dose Machine for the pharmacy. These machines cost around $350,000- and will help as one of the new steps to greatly improve our local patient care! St Thomas resident, …

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myFM Radio & The St. Thomas Stars

The new 94.1 myFM Radio Will Partner With The St. Thomas Stars Live play-by-play hockey is coming to St. Thomas. myFM BROADCASTING CORP is very proud to announce that the new 94.1myFM Radio will cover of all the exciting ST. THOMAS STARS away hockey games – including playoffs. The games …

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myFM Radio & The St. Thomas Stars

The new 94.1 myFM Radio Will Partner With The St. Thomas Stars Live play-by-play hockey is coming to St. Thomas. myFM BROADCASTING CORP is very proud to announce that the new 94.1myFM Radio will cover of all the exciting ST. THOMAS STARS away hockey games – including playoffs. The games …

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Canadian Hero Fund

The Canadian Hero Fund was founded in 2009 by students and recent graduates at the University of Toronto who were deeply affected by the increasing number of Canadian casualties in Afghanistan and the young families they left behind. As university students, the founders understood the benefits of post-secondary education and …

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How much wood would a woodchuck chuck…

A reader asked me to send out a request. She is looking to have someone build her a 1964 chevy impala ss replica for her nephew to sit in and ride, be it a peddle type vehicle or otherwise. Any one with ideas or suggestion on where to buy one …

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Here to help once again.

A faithful reader is no longer in need of some in home assistive devices. All items were well cared for and are no longer are of use to her. She turned to us in hopes to save someone who may need these items some money because having to buy a …

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