Computer Equipment Donation to Iroquois Falls Library

Boxing up computer equipment that is heading to Iroquois Falls Library!

We are celebrating Victoria Day tonight by boxing up computer equipment that city councillor Betty Lou Purdon (Mother of Veteran of Afghanistan and Kuwait) from Iroquois Falls will be coming to pickup up in the morning and taking back home. Monitors, Mice, and Keyboards will all find a new home and be put to good use by the residents of Iroquois Falls, Ontario. Further donations will be ready for her next visit as well!

A Potential Retreat Property in Newfoundland

In just a few hours time ( 3am) the alarm will ring and away to the airport they go!

On Monday May 14 2018 volunteers will gather together and meet up with a guide that will take them to see a very promising property in Newfoundland that could serve as our next retreat property.

This is isolated and is exactly what the Doctor ordered!

Not only is it away from everyone, but I think it may be the only cabin on the entire lake!

We should know after this if it will suit our needs, cross your fingers everyone!

Camp Clergue in Iroquois Falls

Settlers cleared this area over 100 years ago to farm.

April 6, 2018 was a historic day for us and country, as we completed the acquisition of 160 acres of land in Clergue township in Iroquois Falls, Ontario.  almost 10 years in the making, it finally came true and in a few weeks time the snow will be gone and we will be able to organize some work parties to get started with the land. As we have posted before the land will be for our Soldiers, families, front line responders, to go and relax, smell the fresh air, count the stars and get back to mother nature. Want to have a campfire? Want to explore the woods and land? With 160 acres of wilderness you can explore to your hearts content, this area has some very interesting rock formations, seems the glaciers left behind what some call ” pillow rocks”  big pillow like rocks, wonder if we have any on our land. We can build a cabin of 500 sq feet, so we will need building materials and helpers to get this done.  There is no hydro or running water, so we will have to get generators or solar to power things, maybe a drilled well at some point as well.  For local residents of the area, if you can help us out then your Country thanks you, if you have anything to donate or suggest please let us know.