Below the Red Hawks junior football defenders Ethan Gohm left Owen Craftchick and Nigel Smith who kicked both converts converge on a Fenelon Falls Secondary School Falcons ball carrier in the HHSS home opener 32-14 loss at the Gary G. Brohman Athletic Field in Haliburton.

Visible Voices benefits from community support

To the Editor

As a part of the Haliburton County Community Cooperative we sincerely appreciate the remarkable support we’ve received. Generous donations of space time services materials and money have been gratefully received from individuals businesses and groups. These donations and a small band of dedicated volunteers  have enabled us to provide  a unique community resource in the Haliburton Highlands. We look forward to growing even more in the months ahead.

In our second year Visible Voices Open Arts Studio has increased programming providing even more opportunities for creativity for all ages and backgrounds. Open studios have been well attended programs have been tailored for groups and we continue to develop creative interludes – short bursts of imaginative play. Future plans will provide even more chances for people to gather share learn and create.

We’re also grateful for those who have participated and created. You’re what it’s all about and we love your company. What an amazingly supportive community we live. In the beginning many believed in us even when they were not quite sure what we were about!

Fay Wilkinson on behalf of the Visible Voices Open Arts Studio

Visible Voices Open Arts Studio is a not-for-profit organization that facilitates community projects co-creations and intergenerational programming on and off site. Space and time are flexible. People of all ages and backgrounds will be able to engage in creative processes. We develop and deliver creative experiences in a way that supports existing health and well-being initiatives in our rural community. We encourage the exploration of ideas and challenges and nurture creativity in a safe non-judgmental environment.