BUY YOUR Carleton Place scarf at WISTERIA 62 Bridge Street–Support your community!
ALMOST SOLD OUT!!!
Next year a different one comes out and they will become collector items!
This years recipient of funds raised from the sale of scarfs goes to: the Carleton Place Arena Staff Association. They have been fundraising for over 20 years. They have volunteered their time for numerous events, raising money and donating back to the community. Here are some of the initiatives they have fundraised for are:
– Construction of arena #2
– Spectator seating for arena #2
– Arena boards
– Nets for arena
– Upgrades to the lower washrooms
– Televisions for the upper hall
– Donations to both Girls and Minor Hockey
“We would enjoy a nice bottle of wine with it!”Maryanne Harrison and & Harold Walther from Carleton Place Winery20 Lake Avenue East Carleton Place, (613) 253-1007
“I would just pose silly with it at work”
Samantha Van Rompaey from our local beloved Canadian Tire Gas Bar on the corner of Lake Ave West and Bridge Street“I’d Wear it rockin’ my boots”
Kassy from Canadian Career Academy92 Bridge St, Carleton Place, ON K7C 2V3“The scarf along with fabulous jewelry would make a favourite fashion accessory”Gail Sheen-MacDonald-Wisteria62 Bridge St, Carleton Place, ON K7C 2V3“I’d hug it and squeeze it and call it George!”
Johnny from Body Graphics Tattoo–(613) 257-4312120 Bridge St, Carleton Place, ON K7C 2V5
“I’d change it from the CPHS Colours!”
Rocky from Body Graphics Tattoo–(613) 257-4312120 Bridge St, Carleton Place, ON K7C 2V5“They would use it as a base for a Carleton Place Soup”I grew up working in the church kitchens at the age of 6 at the Anglican Church in Cowansville, Quebec under my Grandmother’s watchful eye. These women are MY women– and how you could not love them? Ladies and Gentlemen I present to you the women of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Carleton Place.“I’d wear it every single day and snuggle with it!” Kate Murray
Staff – Office Support—Downtown Carleton Place—136 Bridge StreetToday we took a pause today in our Carleton Place scarf campaign to honour those no longer among us.There was no one home when I dropped into the Vacuum Service Outlet so I took a picture with the iconic now you see him-now you don’t– “Johnny V”– “When there is housework or vacuuming to be done the invisible man is never to be found”.
Vacuum Service OutletAddress: 122 Bridge St, Carleton Place, ON K7C 2V5“We would give them to our families!”The Women of St. James Anglican Church- real women who work hard for their parish. Look at those smiles– and of course they would give them to their kids. God can’t be everywhere– so he created Mothers.
Stiletto Custom Barbering–126 Bridge Street–Carleton Place, ON K7C 2V5 (613) 492-1961
Ronda’s Kitchen open
What would Sophia do? She would watch her Christmas Light Show with her lame Hello Kitty Hat. Better put some boots on Sophia!! Come and see a free Christmas light show-You can even watch it from the confines of your car.Over at 267 Stonewood Drive in Carleton place off the 9th line.
What would Darrylene Sadler from the Carleton Place Farmers Market do with her Carleton Place scarf? She would wear it to the Santa Claus parade and bring your donations in for the Lanark County Food Bank. See you there!There is no one that works harder than Shelly Dickie for her Dickie’s Cause 4 Paws and all the rescue work she does. Please check out her page–. As most of you know it is very costly when it comes to rescuing animals and that Shelly does. She also is very involved in TNR programs which is an endless task. Funds become very low and need to be built back up in order to keep going because of the high need of these programs. Support Shelly and all the hard work she does.Greg Skelton from Capital Optical-152 Bridge Street, Carleton Place-613-667-4000What would Greg do? Well, he would do something I have done with it– he would polish his glasses with it.
John Gibson who was having lunch at the Dionysos Restaurant at
Terry Poulos from Century 21–145 Bridge St, Carleton Place said she would wear her scarf to cover her wrinkles. Funny Ms. Terry if they are there you hide them so well. You do not look a day over 21.. seriously.:)
Cathie Hawkins hopes that next year’s collectible scarf is red and white to celebrate Canada’s 150th. For now she will lovingly wear her Carleton Place scarf to keep her warm.
Here’s our lovely Becky Whelan from the Dress Shop-141 Bridge St, Carleton Place, ON —Phone: (613) 253-8080- She would make a dress out of it.. That would be some spectacular dress!
Here is Keegan from Your Independent Grocer–455 McNeely Ave, Carleton Place-613-253-6206-What would Keegan do? He would use it as a great accessory to attract all the beautiful young ladies of Carleton Place.
One of our iconic citizens of Carleton Place Norma Ford is sitting among our former first Carleton Place council. She is proudly wearing a Carleton Place scarf– but what would Norma do with it? She would wear it proudly she says– but it clashes with her cane.:)
Ms Krista Lee from Apple Cheeks-53 Bridge Street Carleton Place, Ontario–(613) 451-2769
would wear them with her Snow Stopper Gloves_ Have you seen them? SnowStoppers Mittens and gloves have a patented extended cuff to keep the mittens on and the snowout!
Impressions Ladies Fashions Ltd
Nancy’s Impressions–149 Bridge St–Carleton Place
The Owl Café and Meeting Place program is a unique social enterprise business located at 135 Bridge Street, Carleton Place. The Owl Café & Meeting Place is the first-of-its-kind customized employment and life skills training program for teens, youth and young adults on the Autism Spectrum. This café offers employment training in a real café environment to young people with Autism Spectrum Disorder, provides meeting space for local businesses and community members, and on evenings and weekends deliver a variety of life skills classes, workshops, and groups to young people with ASD (14-30 year of age).
For further information about our services please contact Suzanne Ford, Director of Autism Services, Autism Services Carleton Place by telephone 613-266-3205 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hey, it’s Adam Dowdall from–Mitchell’s Your Independent Grocer–455 McNeely Ave, Carleton Place-613-253-6206–What would he do wit a Carleton Place scarf? He would probably go metal detecting with it.
It’s Doug Hawkins from Graham’s Shoes– 139 Bridge St, Carleton Place, (613) 257-3727
What would Doug do with it? Well that’s easy he said, “I’d wear it with my Sorel Boots!”
Ike Smith from The Barber Shop-38 Bridge St Carleton Place — 613-818-2028. He photographs like the masterpieces in the Louvre, and I couldn’t figure out which picture to use- so I put both. So what would Ike do with the Carleton Place scarf? He would wear it proudly, and I knew what he was going to say before he told me. Because you know what? He is just that sort of guy. Merry Christmas Ike and love to Dot.
This is Jennifer Fenwick Irwin from the Carleton Place and Beckwith Heritage Museum. Go visit the museum at 267 Edmund St, in Carleton Place. What would she do with a Carleton Place Scarf? Well she would go hunting down that elusive Carleton Place Alligator that some say still roams around and bring it back to the museum! Back photo of swamp by Mike Jeays
Everyone is wearing the Carleton Place scarves. Linda Gallipeau-Johnston used hers to decorate for the holidays and Bella and Romeo share theirs. Only 8 left!
Steve Yaver, formerly of Oakland, California would wear his Carleton Place scarf to rock out to music. Steve, a former Bay area Non Profit Direct Marketing Manager immigrated to Canada last February. In his former “secret life” he was a DJ on KALX FM in Berkeley, California as well as a music reviewer for the Bay Area-based Shredding Paper.
Our local author Natasha Peterson would wear her Carleton Place scarf while reading her books. Don’t forget to pick one of them up today.