Funding for this program is made available through the Healthy Kids Community Challenge Grant Program.
Ten organizations will each receive: “What a fun way for the children in Chatham-Kent to experience a variety of fruits and vegetables,” stated Kelly Emery, Director of Children’s Services, Municipality of Chatham Kent.
The darkest shade of blue is “over 200” with the lightest shade of blue being a rate of 0-50.
WITH ALL OF YOUR SUPPORT AND LOVE, I FINALLY GOT MY FFS ON DECEMBER 16TH, 2016.
I AM HAPPIER THAN I'VE EVER BEEN - THANK YOU SO MUCH. You can view the entire process, as promised, starting with this video here: What I would like to do is share the process of my gender confirming surgeries with my audience as well, not only to provide hope, information, and resources to other transgender people who want to undergo gender confirming surgeries, but also to educate anyone else who may want to be informed.
This past May he organized the fifth Blenheim Soccer Dogs 3 on 3 Tournament, which was a clear success with more than 200 people and 33 teams in attendance.
Rhys Dulisch has held the event for the past five years in memory of his childhood friend Tyson Santavy, raising money for Ronald Mc Donald House and the Chatham-Kent Hospice in the process.
It is a wonderful legacy of friendship for both Rhys and Tyson.” Rhys and Tyson’s mom Connie Santavy visited the Chatham-Kent Hospice today to officially present the Soccer Dogs donation of over $5,500 from this year’s tournament.