Grief Turns to Gratitude: A Story of Generosity – A Mother’s Day Tribute

Her short, dark grey hair was just beginning to show signs it was growing back, evidence of the solidarity she displayed for her daughter as she endured further treatments in an effort to battle a cancer that ultimately stole her life away. … More Grief Turns to Gratitude: A Story of Generosity – A Mother’s Day Tribute

No Longer a Boy: World War 2 Reflections From a Choir Boy

“Okay Lord I’ll do it, but remember, this was your idea not mine.”- Rev. Stan Whitehouse Stan Whitehouse was only sixteen years old when he enlisted in the Reserve Army in 1942, and by 1943 he was finally a member of the Active Army. He was a Boy Enlistment in the Royal Canadian Engineers during … More No Longer a Boy: World War 2 Reflections From a Choir Boy

Poppy Power: Prince Edward County Defends Veterans Rights

Update for November 8, 2016: From Dan Doyle, owner of Picton McDonalds, “I wanted to reach out about the situation that was referenced. As a proud local businessman and member of the community, I am happy to support local charities and initiatives like PECMH, Hospice, Quinte Children’s Foundation and the Roc just to name a few. … More Poppy Power: Prince Edward County Defends Veterans Rights