At Heritage Fairs in Dunville, Port Maitland and Simcoe, our display was hosted by: Jim Sweet, Cathy Thompson, Alison Smith, Cynthia Stapells, Doris Lemon, Sue Hines, Rob McCarey, Carol Terry and Bill Terry. Member Angela Files received a Provincial Heritage Award for Heritage and History in the community. She gave twenty-one talks on Black History, with the focus on the Grand River area. The Branch is grateful for a $1,100 Ontario Heritage Grant that makes possible education/outreach projects and our annual donation of $350 to the Norfolk Historical Society and $100 to the UELAC Scholarship fund. Loyalist Burial Sites: Cemeteries designated this year: Pioneer, Oakland; St. John's Anglican, Woodhouse; Doan's Hollow; Johnson Cemetery, St. Williams; and Greenwood Cemetery, Waterford.
Loyalist Families of Members of The Grand River Branch UELAC Vol. II. Chapters are invited from members of Grand River Branch. Please submit chapters to Irene MacCrimmon, 5 Village Crossing West, Guelph, N1G 4X7. For info. e-mail: irenemaccrimmon 1212"at"hotmail.com.
Loyalists--Sons and Daughters--in the Long Point Settlement: As part of our 2014 Project, we are collecting names, histories and settlement lot numbers. Please submit to Doris Ann Lemon, 525-139 Father David Bauer Drive, Waterloo, N2L 6L1. E-mail: hlemon"at"jubilation.uwaterloo.
By Doris Ann Lemon UE, Education/Outreach Chair
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|Title Annotation:||Branch News HIGHLIGHTS; United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada|
|Author:||Lemon, Doris Ann|
|Publication:||The Loyalist Gazette|
|Date:||Mar 22, 2007|
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