Thursday, January 25, 2007

The United Way of Greater Toronto - Record Breaking Announcement
January 18, 2007

The United Way of Greater Toronto made history tonight by announcing a record-breaking $106.8 million-campaign achievement that will support its network of 200 health and social service agencies and create opportunities for growth and improvement in Toronto's inner-suburban neighbourhoods to change lives for the better accross the city.
(above) Rick Waugh, President and CEO of Scotiabank and United Way 2006 Campaign Chair addresses the crowd. (below) With a handshake, passes the torch to his successor for 2007 Campaign Chair, (right) Tim Penner, President of Procter and Gamble Canada.
January 18, 2007

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Curling for fun @ Annandale Golf and Curling Club

Murray releases the stone during a curling match between friends at Annandale Golf and Curling Club.
GTAAH Mayors Meeting

Durham Region regional chair, Roger Anderson listens to the mayors speak during the Greater Toronto Area and Hamilton mayors meeting at the Durham Region council chambers.
Fencing Student
Olivia is a second year student at Trent University, where she is a member of the fencing team that is ranked 6th in Ontario in team fencing. Maintaining a high GPA, she is also the recipient of the All Canadian Academic Award.
2007 You Look Good Rider's Cup - Lakeridge Ski Resort

Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Illegal Garbage Dumping in Scugog

Port Perry resident Rodney Burley is concerned about the large amounts of residential and commercial garbage that is finding its way onto the sides of the road and into the forests and conservation areas in the Scugog region. He has noticed an increase in illegal dumping on certain stretches, such as on Russell Rd.
The Pirates of Penzance - Uxbridge Music Hall

Dress rehearsal for Gilbert & Sullivan's, The Pirates of Penzance at the Uxbridge Music Hall.

Monday, January 08, 2007

Mild Winter Weather Freestanders

Street Hockey

Sled Dogs

Making due with no snow on the ground, sled dog trainer, keeps his dogs healthy and happy by running them on side roads of Scugog.

Jogging in mild winter

New Year - New Pix

Well... the holidays are over, time to buckle down, and get some work done.
I havn't had much time to update this site over the past few weeks, so here's a bulk post of some recent work.

Olympic Wholesale Foods - Warehouse Construction

one of those freestanders that worked out :)

Jasmine Reville - Ballet

13-year-old Jasmine Reville was accepted into the phase 2 audition of The National Ballet School Professional Program, which will give her the opportunity to audition as one of the many dancers hoping for a spot in the grade 9 class, full-time dance & academic program at The National Ballet School in Toronto. Jasmin currently trains 5-6 times a week at The Island Dance Studio in Port Perry.

Jumping in the Lake for Cancer fundraiser

Bob Murray and Peter Gos are going to be jumping into Lake Ontario at Paradise Park in Ajax, on New Years day at 1pm, as a fundraiser to raise money for cancer research.

Kent Farndale Gallery - Two Views

Painters, Phil Wooding and Eric Rosser were on hand to launch their exhbit at the Kent Farndale Gallery, entitled "Two Views" which runs through January until February 1st.