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Customer Appreciation Day by Escarpment Views

Escarpment Views will host a Customer Appreciation Day for advertisers and subscribers on Sat. Oct. 1 at Orchard House near the Niagara Escarpment in the country north of Georgetown. Weather permitting, we will lead a short hike or walk through part of the nearby Niagara Escarpment, followed by a buffet supper.      If you are
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Belfountain General Store Gift Basket Winner

The winner of the draw for a gift basket by The Belfountain General Store is Mary Harvey of Brampton! This gift was provided to support the fundraiser for Wellspring Cancer Support Centre/Chinguacousy, which was detailed in our March 18 post. Thank you to The Belfountain General Store, and thanks to all who entered our draw.

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Gala Fundraiser for Wellspring Cancer Support Centre/Chinguacousy

Read this and WIN! Here’s a post about a great cause – a fundraising event for Wellspring Cancer Support Centre/Chinguacousy. And as thanks for reading this and passing the info on to your friends, you could win a gift basket generously provided by The Belfountain General Store. Just post a comment and we’ll enter you
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If You Can Get Escarpment Views for Free, Why Subscribe?

     We’re on standby here, waiting for the printer’s call to say that the first copies of the summer issue are ready. We’re updating our mailing list, and this reminds me to explain again why you would bother to subscribe if you can get a copy for free from our advertisers.      We value the
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TWO Pairs of FREE Tickets to Martyn Joseph Concert in Acton & Orangeville

     Escarpment Views is pleased to offer two pairs of free tickets to the Joseph-Henderson concert, one pair for their Acton appearance, and one pair for their Orangeville performance! Information about the performers is below.         To enter our draw for these free tickets, email us with either “I want to see them in Acton” or
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Winner of Free Tickets to Hamilton Philharmonic

Judy Snyder of Burlington is the winner of the draw for two free tickets to “The Brilliant North,” a concert by the Hamilton Philharmonic.  We thank the HPO for providing these tickets.      Check back here soon for another free tickets giveaway, coming soon!

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Tickets Giveaway to Hamilton Philharmonic!

Escarpment Views has two tickets to give away for FREE to “The Brilliant North,” the final concert of the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra’s (HPO) season. This concert is at 7:30 pm on Sat. May 1 at Hamilton Place.      “The Brilliant North” features some of the most famous works by composers from northern countries. The program includes
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$5,000 Discount Certificate for Bennett Village

     Do you know of anyone who is interested in buying a suite in The Gallery at Bennett Village, Georgetown’s new seniors’ retirement living community?      We have a FREE certificate for $5,000 to give away to the first person who contacts us!      There are only nine suites left at The Gallery. The $5,000 discount
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Wiarton Willie a Poet’s Muse?

     I recently received the following message from a Georgetown friend and subscriber, Helen Tazzman. It’s fun enough to share with everyone:        “Congratulations on the quality of the articles and Mike’s photos in Escarpment Views.  I will mail in the subscription renewal when I can safely leave home. The Kubota ad was interesting to
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Winner of Tickets for Amy Sky, Marc Jordan, Dan Hill Concert

     The winner of the draw for two free tickets to the Amy Sky, Marc Jordan and Dan Hill concert on Dec. 17 in Guelph is Carolyn Martin of Georgetown.      Thanks to everyone who entered the draw. We had entries from Kitchener, Guelph, Terra Cotta and Georgetown, making a good representation across the central
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