Showing their Canada Day spirit

Showing their Canada Day spirit
DUNNVILLE—Shown are the Dunnville Optimist’s Canada Day Decorating Contest winners, Ellie, Mason, and Kaedance (grandchildren of Brenda House), showing their Canada Day spirit. Ellie loved “all of the streamers” and Kaedance loved everything about the yard, including the red and white lights that displayed their Canada Day spirit even at night. Brenda received a $50 Google Play Card for her submission. —Submitted photo.

By Optimist Brenda Zynomirski

To The Haldimand Press

DUNNVILLE—In spite of the restrictions imposed on Canada Day Celebrations this year, the Optimist Club of Dunnville made efforts to spread the Canada Day spirit.

Almost 200 “stuffies” were donated to the Salvation Army and Youth Impact Centre to be distributed to the children of the community. To engage the community, the Optimists offered a Canada Day Decorating Contest. Yards were decorated and photos were submitted. Winning entries were submitted by Brenda House for her grandchildren Mason, Ellie, and Kaedance, and Michelle Zimmerman for her grandchildren Leila, Olivia, Sophia, and Daisy.

For Canada Day, over 300 hand-held Canadian flags were placed along Broad Street West and the streets leading to Central Park.

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