November 2015

Found 2 blog entries for November 2015.

 

Spread Joy to Kenya!

 

Spread the Joy To Kenya!

The Christmas season will be here before we know it. And while it’s easy to get swept up in the holiday rush, there are ways to remember the meaning of joy, peace and hope during this special time of the year. As you begin to consider what gifts to buy for others, we’d like to share with you a giving opportunity that will spread the joy of Christmas to orphaned children across the globe.

Whether you’re looking for a unique, meaningful gift for a friend, or simply a way to give back in honor of the season, Gifts that Give Joy is an opportunity to support the Christmas Gift Program at Baba Nyumbani Children’s Home in Kenya. With your donation, nearly 200 children will know the excitement of receiving a special

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We talk about winterizing our home, our gardens, our patios, but we all know that surviving a Canadian winter requires a safe and reliable vehicle. Period. 
We need it to get to work, the kids to school and #WeTheNorth don’t just get through winter, we DO winter.

Between kids activities, grown up activities and enjoying winter sports, we need our vehicles to run well and keep us safe from A to B to C… It’s fairly simple and doesn’t need to cost a lot, but with a few tips you can feel confident that your car is as safe as you can make it.

  • Wipers – When was the last time you changed them? Do you know that many auto pros recommend a new set every six months? Definitely getting new windshield wipers before winter is the time to do it.

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