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From February 2015 Issue:

Remembering Road to Avonlea

It's hard to believe that just 15 minutes from the East Gwillimbury border, early 20th Century history was re-imagined and shared with the world. A look back at CBC's popular "Road to Avonlea" television show, filmed in our own backyard.

From June 2015 Issue:

Around the world on horseback

Many people dream of places they'd like to visit and things they'd like to do someday. Most of us get so busy and preoccupied with life that our dreams sometimes get put on the back-burner. Megan Lewis' dream was to see the world from high atop a horse.

From March 2015 Issue:

Whipper Billy Watson

found international fame as a professional wrestler in the 1950s, but it was a serious accident outside of the ring that altered his path and motivated him to become an incredible local humanitarian and an ambassador across Canada for children with disabilities.

Some of our favourite stories from previous Bulletin editions:

From April 2016 Issue:

Finding Ourselves Under the Layers

There is a community in East Gwillimbury that aims to heal the world one body at a time. I have been curious about Bare Oaks Naturist Park for years and every time I drive by their gate on Kennedy Road just south of Queensville Road,

I wonder about the property, who goes there and generally, what is a Naturist Park? So finally, one wintery day, I pulled up the driveway...

by Vicki Pinkerton

Circles

From November 2015 Issue:

Doing the right thing

I am a fan. I know that mayors of big cities don't usually have fans, but Naheed Nemshi, the mayor of Calgary since 2010 and the first Muslim mayor of any major North American city, has captured my imagination and soul in a way that no political  leader ever has.

Vicki is a long-time Bulletin writer who lives just outside of Mount Albert. She's also a life coach and curious soul. Visit her websites at: waitingonwisdom.ca or lifelinescoaching.org

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