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After all, community is like a ship; everyone ought to be prepared to take the helm.

Community News

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Meet the New OBHL Business Fun League

You and your co-workers on a team, playing against other local business teams in a non-competitive, co-ed business fun league for you and the people you work with. No prior experience or skill required.

Learn more about the Business Fun League!

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Ontario Winter Games 2018 in Orillia!

The 2018 Ontario Winter Games will attract more than 3,000 athletes, competing in approximately 25 sports over the four-day event. It is estimated the Ontario Winter Games will help generate nearly $6 million in economic activity in Orillia and area.

Read full article here.

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Building Hope Property Announcement

City council approved a zoning-bylaw amendment Friday to allow a shelter to be built at 75 Queen St. In the process, it cemented its $450,000 loan to the Lighthouse for the purchase of the property, the future home of the shelter at the centre of the Building Hope campaign.

Read full article here.

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Lighthouse coldest night of the year

Organizers are hopeful $100,000 can be raised at the fourth annual walk, taking place Feb. 25 in Orillia. The money brought in goes toward day-to-day operations at the Lighthouse Soup Kitchen and Shelter, as well as the Building Hope initiative.

Read full article here.

See funds collected here.

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Building Hope Approved for $35,000 Grant

Simcoe County council voted in favour of giving $35,000 each to the Guesthouse shelter in Midland, the Orillia Building Housing Opportunities for Everyone (HOPE) and Barrie’s Pathways to End Homelessness. For the HOPE project, the funding means it can continue its search for a home that will include a community hub with a variety of services.

Read the full article here.