During the Seaway Train Show fundraiser for Parade of Nations held at the Long Sault Arena, the winner of the Via Rail gift certificate of a value of $750.00 was Erin Sheehan Powell of Manotic Ontario.
Parade of nations for the Developmentally Challenged will be holding its Annual General meeting on Wednesday June 20th at 7:00 pm at 1621 Joyce Street Cornwall Ontario. If you plan to attend please call 613-936-68783.
Raffles Winners of the 24 March Seaway Hobbies, Collectibles, Artd and Crafts Show: 50/50 Claudette Denis of Cornwall. Ridgewood Industries ltd 2 Door Storage Cabinet W Greffe Long Sault On.
During the Seaway Hobbies Collectibles, Arts and Crafts Show on March 24th, Rhénald Savard, owner of Seaway Slot Car Racing, donated $1651.50 to Parade of Nations,. The registered charitable organization helps special needs people of the Territory of Akwesasne, Cornwall and SD&G of all ages and background realize a dream and participate in activities related to life skills.
The name Akcounties derives from AK - Akwesasne, Co - Cornwall, Unties - United Counties of SD&G)
Parade of Nations' first book of a digest about our multicultural diversity and the art culture legacy of our surrounding areas.
All proceeds from the sale of the book going toward activities/apparatus, special wish for people with special needs, artistically inclined, of all ages and background of Akwesasne, Cornwall and SD&G.
Eligible for an income tax receipt. Levels based on the 5 smallest countries in the world.
|$10||Vatican City||0.44 km²|
|$100||San Marino||61 km²|
Main Sponsor and their story on 1 page - $500.
|Business Card size - 10 per pages||$25.00|
|1/4 of a page||$50.00|
|Full page (8 1/2" x 11")||$200.00|
Parade of Nations for the Developmentally Challenged (PONDC), helping people with special needs people artistically inclined would like to thank the Kinsmen Club of Cornwall for their generous donation of $500 during the 2017 Art and Multicultural Festival held in Long Sault. The Kinsmen Club has helped with the realization of a dream for the PONDC 2017 selected candidate and toward the PONDC clients various activities for the in the areas of Cornwall, Akwesasne and SD&G. Thanks to all your members for making such a big difference in the life of those special needs individuals who are forever grateful.
Jim Bancroft, Mayor South Stormont and Warden the coutneis SDG, Marie Morrell Seawy Train Show evenn organizer. Jim McDonell, Member of Provincial Government for Stormont Dundas and South Glengarry.
During the 6th Seaway Train Sow held sat the Long Sault Arena on July 15th and 16th 2017
Amanda Brown, the official Professional Face Painting Artist for many years, who because of all the challenges she encountered in her life, her positive attitude and tenacity, became an inspiration to every woman and citizen of our community and its surrounding areas, was presented a plaque by Chair Betty Anne Greenhalgh-Bard of Parade of Nations for the Developmentally Challenged.
License M783546 Raffles' winner of June 10th 2017 Parade of Nations Multicultural Festival
50/50: Denise & Danielle Giroux ticket # 521;
Oneida white orchid silver plated diner set and chest By Community : Anick Hart ticket #4963;
Jewellery set by Tracy Diegan- Boho Earth Hippie: Nicole Szabo ticket #006
PARADE OF NATIONS FOR THE DEVELOPMENTALLY CHALLENGED (PONDC), FOR ARTISTICALLY INCLINED, MAKE MY DREAM COME TRUE PROJECT
Meet Lilly Anna, a 7 year old blind girl who writes stories in Braille. Her dream was realized,, in 2016, when she boarded the Christmas Polar Express to Utica, New York, U.S.A.
Wednesday 17 May 2017, at 1621 Joyce Street, Cornwall, 7pm to 8 pm, members only (list at www.paradeofnations.com under Membership list) A member is someone who made a donation ( cash or in-kind) to Parade of nations. For info 613-936-6873 or email@example.com
Description: Introduce hobby clubs of the surrounding areas, start a Collectors' Club and a South Stormont Artists and Crafters Group, and the sale of arts and crafts.
Time: 10 am to 5 pm
Location: Township Hall South Stormont, 2 Mille Roches Road Long Sault, On
Age: All ages
Date: 08 April 2017
Entrance fee: Donation toward special needs people's activities and dream realization.
For info: firstname.lastname@example.org, Marie Morrell 613-936-6873 or www.paradeofnations.com
Description: Celebrate the 150th of Canada's Independence Day through a parade Theme: Celebrating our ancestral origins) with the chance of winning trophies for floats, vehicles of all kinds, motor bicycles, bicycles and wheel chairs; multicultural performances; contests or booths' representing our countries or origins (one per country), food art (using real food) and the creation of an immediate family (mother/father, children, pets) crest; contest for a municipal costumes, sale of arts and crafts, as well as featuring small businesses of South Stormont.
Location: Parade starts at the Long Sault Arnold Bethune Park, ending at the Long Sault Arena 60 Mille Roches Road, Long Sault, Ontario
Time: Parade starts at 10:30 am. Official Multicultural Festival opening upon completion of the parade at the Long Sault Arena
Age: All ages
Date: 10 June 2017
Entrance fee: Donation toward special needs people activities and dream realization
For info: email@example.com or Marie Morrell 613-936-6873
Description: Showcasing the collecting and operation of toy trains (20 exhibitors, 30+ vendors), ride on trains for kids and adults, sale and purchase of toy trains and parts (all scales), railroad memorabilia; many other activities; fundraiser for special needs people's activities and dream realization.
Time: Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm. Sunday 10 am to 3 pm
Location: Long Sault Arena, 60 Mille Roches Road, Long Sault, Ontario
Age: All ages
Date: 15 & 16 July 2017
Entrance fee: $5.00, under 12 years old $2.00
For Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, Marie Morrell 613-936-6873 or www.seawaytrainclub.com