Dear Playground Contributor,
Please accept our invitation to join us on Tuesday June 14, 2016 from 11 am to 1 pm as a special guest at the Grand Opening of our Accessible Playground.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for helping to fulfill our dream of an inclusive community where every person is valued and there is accessibility for all. The playground was made possible in large part due to the generous donations from people like you and partnerships between local businesses, families and the Government of Canada.
As part of our appreciation, we will be having a free BBQ following the opening ceremonies. We will also be providing a range of activities on the property and hope you can come out to see the children enjoying the structure.
We would like to thank you for your on-going commitment to ensuring an Accessible Muskoka for all and ask that you RSVP to Amanda Brown at 645-5494 ext 285!
Chief Executive Officer
On behalf of Community Living South Muskoka I would like to say a few words of thanks to everyone who supported the agency with our Fundraising Event on Feb 27th, 2016 at LIV Muskoka for our fully Accessible Playground and Summer Youth Program.
The thank you needs to start with Vern who provided the venue, participated on the organizing committee, and donated! The organizing committee did an exceptional job of collecting donations, organizing the bands and running the night. The night would not have been such a great success without the amazing musical talent that donated their time: Blue Moon, Bottle Throttle, 40 Grit and Old Bones. A special thank you to Shon Roper for supplying the sound system and making sure everyone sounded so good!
We had some very special sponsors for the evening, Bracebridge Taxi, The Northwood Club, George and Penny Edwards and Taboo, Star Shine Video Productions, Muskoka Brewery, Deerhurst Resort, Windermere Golf and Country Club, SMS Rents, Sean Dzirala, Jerry Donaldson, Total Body Care, Muskoka Party Rentals, and all the other wonderful business around Muskoka who donated prizes.
Finally, a big thank you to all the staff, families and people who came out to the event. Thanks to all of you we raised the final $5000 to reach our Phase 1 goal for the Accessible Playground! Looking forward to seeing you at our Playground Grand opening in the spring.
In 2007 Community Living South Muskoka purchased a 35 acre farm on the outskirts of Bracebridge called Morrison Meadows. We wanted to create employment opportunities for the individuals we serve, and become an outdoor recreational space for our community to enjoy and see individuals with a developmental disability as capable, friendly, teachers, partners and community leaders.
Morrison Meadows is intended to enrich the lives of Muskokans and visitors to the District by providing opportunities to enjoy farming, nature, and outdoor recreation activities.
Learn more about Morrison Meadows on our YouTube video: