Framecraft manufactures and distributes wood picture frame moulding and wood picture frames from its 22,000 square foot factory in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.

PROUDLY family owned and operated since 1967. #ShopLocalNiagara

Thank you to Framecraft for your support of our myNiagara collaborative community initiative.

For the second straight year, Niagara Health has been selected as one of Hamilton-Niagara’s Top Employers. The annual competition, organized by the editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers, recognizes employers in the Hamilton-Niagara area that lead their industries in offering exceptional places to work.

December 7th 11am-2pm

Join us in sharing the magic of Christmas by decorating three Christmas trees to be donated to families in need in our community. All proceeds go directly to the Hope Centre and we will be accepting donations for them throughout November and December at the museum and online:

The Canadian Federation of University Women, Welland and District, was thrilled to deliver our member gift card donations to the Welland Heritage Council and Multicultural Centre this week.

The generosity of our members will be sure to spread some holiday cheer this season.

BID ONLINE NOW! More than 1800 items are up for grabs in this year's Rotary TV Auction and proceeds go to local and international charity projects!  It's a WIN/WIN!!  The Rotary TV Auction is a joint venture between all of the Rotary Clubs of Fonthill, Fort Erie, Niagara Falls, Niagara Falls Sunrise, St. Catharines, St. Catharines South and Welland and Your TV. All items are donated by local, community minded businesses.

A food bank or a community lunch program may not be typical training grounds for aspiring paramedics, but Niagara College has launched a new initiative to do just that for its Paramedic students in an effort to add empathy and other ‘soft’ skills to their tool kits.

Welland City Council has reaffirmed its support for the financial incentive programs that have helped to attract almost 1 million sq. ft. of new industrial development to the City since 2015 with an estimated 250,000 sq. ft. of new industrial development projects planned for 2020. These programs have created 440 jobs, retained 159 jobs, and generated $143 million in construction value and an estimated $141 million in new MPAC assessment.

GUEST POST by Terry Hughes (via Joe Barkovich)

A century ago people communicated using post cards, even during the Christmas season. Some of these cards from over the years contained the following messages:

Dear Chris,
Just received your card. Hope to see you soon.

Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of us. Come up and see us sometime.

Since 2020 marks our 100thAnniversary, we thought it would be interesting to look back over our Club’s activities and accomplishments, starting with the Rotary Club of Welland’s first fifty years. The Club’s inception was on April 1, 1920, when our charter was issued by what was then known as the International Association of Rotary Clubs.

They’ve each built successful careers in their own respective fields – a corporate chef, a filmmaker, a professor, a CEO, an athletic trainer, an entrepreneur, and a hotelier. Together, they are now among a select group of Niagara College alumni to enter the provincial spotlight as prestigious award nominees.


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