Celebrate Your Community Hero

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Community volunteers helping people during COVID-19

Let's honour all our community heroes that have emerged during the pandemic. A community hero can be a front line worker, a teacher, a neighbour, a business owner, a volunteer or anyone that you feel went above and beyond to support their community or made a difference to you and your family.

Throughout December and January, post a story of who you think is a community hero in 400 words or less and submit a photo to let the community celebrate along with you. Stories will be received until January 31, 2021. Each hero will be featured here and celebrated on social media throughout the months of January and February. Each Community Hero will receive a special recognition letter from Mayor Drew - click the Hero Recognition Package for the recognition letter form.

Thank you Scugog for being you and to all our heroes that taught us that in a time of lockdowns, cancelled family plans and closures; a sense of community is never cancelled especially when facing a time of need.

Let's honour all our community heroes that have emerged during the pandemic. A community hero can be a front line worker, a teacher, a neighbour, a business owner, a volunteer or anyone that you feel went above and beyond to support their community or made a difference to you and your family.

Throughout December and January, post a story of who you think is a community hero in 400 words or less and submit a photo to let the community celebrate along with you. Stories will be received until January 31, 2021. Each hero will be featured here and celebrated on social media throughout the months of January and February. Each Community Hero will receive a special recognition letter from Mayor Drew - click the Hero Recognition Package for the recognition letter form.

Thank you Scugog for being you and to all our heroes that taught us that in a time of lockdowns, cancelled family plans and closures; a sense of community is never cancelled especially when facing a time of need.

Tell us about your community heroes!

A community hero can be a front line worker, a teacher, a neighbour, a business owner, a volunteer or anyone that you feel went above and beyond to support their community. Throughout December, post a story of who you think is a community hero in 400 words or less. Feel free to submit/insert a photo. Thank you to all our community herores. 

Thank you for your contribution to the Community Hero Celebration! 

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    Tool Doctor bringing joy to the community

    by Janna Guido, almost 2 years ago
    A huge shout out of gratitude to the Tool Doctor who used their Toolbulance to help celebrate birthdays in not only Scugog but our neighbours in Uxbridge in the most spectacular way!!! As we all saw in the spring, COVID did not stop people from being creative with celebrating birthdays, and thus birthday parades were born!!! A cavalcade of decorated cars would honk and scream their way through the neighbourhood en route to the birthday kiddos home!!! The toolbulance was the parade marshall blaring tunes and even a dancing Minon to make the day extra special!!


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    ANGEL OF MERCY

    by butcher99, almost 2 years ago





    Michele Tytler Anderson has been such a Godsend this year, a real hero. I have severe gout and knee problems, and on more than one occasion, my feet and knee swelled up so bad I couldn't get out of my apartment. She took time outta her day to run to the pharmacy for me, to get my pain meds, so I could get back on my legs. Then when I did my shop at Foodland, where she is Floral manager, she recognized my struggles with my groceries, running me down on the street, to help carry my bags home. Wonderful... Continue reading

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    Providing food for our 4 legged friends

    by Mybudfoster, almost 2 years ago

    Mel Diebel runs a totally self run food bank for pets in the Uxbridge-Scugog area. She gives up so much of her time finding food donors, providing food bank options to rescues and individuals needing pet food - along with transporting and storing food from all parts of Ontario, at her home. She has done an incredible amount for all of the pets in our region. She should be recognized for this incredible service. ❤️

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