Con­grat­u­la­tions & generosity

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The Stan­dard-Free­holder went back into its queue by a few months for th­ese photos, submitted by groups and or­ga­ni­za­tions show­ing what they’d been up to lately.

We wel­come th­ese sub­mis­sions for pub­li­ca­tion in our print edi­tion.

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O'Far­rell Fi­nan­cial staff mem­bers from the Kem­pville lo­ca­tion were among those who par­tic­i­pated in dress­ing down for men­tal health through­out the sum­mer months, do­nat­ing $2 a week to dress down for ca­sual Fri­days. The funds were do­nated to hospi­tal foun­da­tions in Brockville, Corn­wall, Winch­ester and Kemptville. Em­ploy­ees be­gan a sec­ond cam­paign in Novem­ber that ends on Dec. 28, with pro­ceeds go­ing to lo­cal agri­cul­tural or­ga­ni­za­tions.

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Em­ploy­ees from Bayshore Home Care So­lu­tions gath­ered back on Aug. 30, for a Hos­pice Paint Night, cre­at­ing th­ese pieces and rais­ing $390 that was pre­sented to Care­for Corn­wall Hos­pice on Sept. 18.

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Some of those who at­tended the Com­mu­nity Con­nec­tion Event at TR Leger Im­mi­grant Ser­vices, held on Oct. 25. The event brought to­gether or­ga­ni­za­tions and busi­nesses that pro­vide ser­vices and em­ploy­ment to new­com­ers to Corn­wall and SDG, with over 120 peo­ple in at­ten­dance.

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Since 1999, the Winch­ester Chap­ter of the Or­der of the East­ern Star has do­nated $12,250 to the Winch­ester Dis­trict Me­mo­rial Hospi­tal Foun­da­tion. Mem­bers vis­ited WDMH ear­lier this fall to present a cheque for $1,700 for the Cancer Care Fund.

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Saint Regis Mo­hawk Tribal Po­lice Chief Matthew Rourke, right, with mem­bers of Kenny Leaf's fam­ily ear­lier this fall. The fam­ily held a break­fast on Oct. 28 in ap­pre­ci­a­tion of the ef­forts of the SRMTP, along with the Ho­gans­burgAk­we­sasne Vol­un­teer Fire De­part­ment, the Ak­we­sasne Mo­hawk Po­lice Ser­vice, the Surete du Que­bec and the OPP — all of whom were in­volved in the search for Leaf af­ter his dis­ap­pear­ance in Jan­uary of 2017.

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Mem­bers of the staff team at La­haie & Sul­li­van Funeral Homes were rec­og­nized by the Alzheimer Society of Corn­wall and Dis­trict on Nov. 12, for help­ing pi­lot ef­forts to help our com­mu­nity be­come de­men­tia friendly.

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St. Regis Mo­hawk Tribe's tribal vic­tim ad­vo­cate Kerry Ja­cobs, right, with com­mu­nity and fam­ily ser­vices di­rec­tor Jamie Bay, af­ter Ja­cobs re­ceived the 2018 Out­stand­ing Ad­vo­cate for Child Vic­tims Award from the Clin­ton County Dis­trict At­tor­ney's Child Ad­vo­cacy Cen­ter at an event in Lake Placid, N.Y., on Oct. 29.

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Corn­wall Com­mu­nity Po­lice Ser­vice Sgt. Scott Coulter, left, and Sgt. Pa­trick Pa­que­tte re­ceived recog­ni­tion un­der the On­tario Po­lice Fit­ness Awards - 20 years as part of the CCPS' re­tire­ment and recog­ni­tion evening held Oct. 25. They were among 39 sworn of­fi­cers, aux­il­iary of­fi­cers and civil­ians hon­oured by the CCPS this year.

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