Published in The BANAR June 2005 After the first wash-out, Blackburn Hamlet residents rallied on Saturday, April 30 for the fifth annual spring community clean-up. With 140 participants, we scoured the community for litter and we found it! A mound of garbage bags was created,
Published in The BANAR November 2004 by Gord Hawley, Fun Fair 2004 Chairman Again I would like to thank all the supporting groups that made our 2004 Fun Fair a great family day! Our gross revenue was $43,191. After paying operating expenses we were able
Published in The BANAR November 2004 Working with the City of Ottawa under the Public/Private Partnership (3P) TMSI Sports Management has entered into a 25-year lease of the Hornets Nest field #12 to erect an air supported dome structure. The Ottawa Thunderdome Sports Centre was
Published in The BANAR November 2004 by Bill Horne “We couldn’t have asked for a more perfect day,” said Blackburn CIBC Run for the Cure Chairperson Lynn Sewell, “and we raised just over $9,000, with 148 participants tackling the five kilometre route through the Hamlet.
Published in The BANAR September 2004 by Gord Hawley, Fun Fair Chairman I would like to personally thank my Board of Directors for their dedication to helping make the 2004 Fun Fair another success. Rose Moore who served both as Midway Director and Secretary; Jane
Published in The BANAR September 2004 by Mary Appleton The 7th Annual Blackburn Hamlet Garden Tour was another outstanding display of gardening talent and creativity in the Hamlet. More than 160 visitors viewed ten gardens of all shapes and sizes. Many also took a refreshing