The Municipality of Trent Hills is set to receive a total of $7,580,496 from the Community, Culture and Recreation infrastructure funding stream of the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program (ICIP) toward the construction of the Campbellford Recreation and Wellness. This new facility that has been in the works for over a decade will become a reality for Trent Hills with this funding support. Read Press Release>>
A unique donor wall was unveiled at the Field House in Hastings on February 12th, 2016 to acknowledge those that designated their donations throught the Flourish Campaign to this facility. The bouncing balls are actual size and correspond to the amount of the donation. Thank you all!
Thanks to our local Tim Hortons in Campbellford we have a reason to smile this week. Get your Smile Cookie now and share your #SmileCookie selfie to help spread the word!
You can pre-order cookies and treat your family or co-workers!
Canadian icon, Col. Chris Hadfield will be the guest speaker at this exiting event.
A big Thank You to the CSCF Youth Advisory Council who organized an Easter Egg Hunt for students in Grades JK - 4 last Saturday at Kennedy Park. They had over 100 pre-registrations come in from Campbellford schools for the event. This event raised over $500 for the Flourish Campaign!
Thank you YAC members, CSCF Board Advisor Patrick Muldoon, as well as local businesses and sponsors for providing prizes for the kids. Also a big thank you to our local police station for lending the Easter bunny costumes.
The Flourish Campaign has been nominated for a Trent Hills Chamber of Commerce Celebration of Business Excellence Award in the Success Through Partnership Award category.
We are proud of the partnership between The Municipality of Trent Hills, the Campbellford Memorial Hospital Foundation (CMHF), and the Campbellford Seymour Community Foundation - all working together for community wellness!
Those interested in using the new facility for programs contact the Trent Hills Municipal Office - 705-653-1900
The Documentary Fed Up was shown at the Aron Theatre on Thursday November 20th This fundraiser was sponsored by Dr. Andrea Bull - Your Family Naturopath Doctor in Campbellford and proceeds of $610.00 were donated in support of Recreation Re-development - Campbellford Campus. Thank you Andrea!
A huge Thanks to all who supported the Flourish Campaign by purchasing a Smile Cookie at Tim Hortons in Campbellford last week!
We are very happy to partner with Tim Hortons Campbellford Smile Cookie Fundraiser. The cookies will be sold the week of Monday September 15th to Sunday September 21st and all proceeds from sales in the Campbellford store will go to the Flourish Campaign. Thank you Tim Hortons!
Thanks to the Northumberland County Cattlemen's Association (Beef Producers of Ontario) for their donation of Beef for this event!
Tickets available at:
Campbellford Seymour Community Foundation Office - 39 Doxsee Ave. N., Campbellford - 705.653.2005
Campbellford Memorial Hospital Foundation Office - Hospital - Main Floor, East Wing - 705.653.1140 x 2104
Municipality of Trent Hills Office - 66 Front St. S., Campbellford - 705-653-1900 (Kelli Stapley)
Joey's Chocolate Bar - 39 Main Street, Warkworth - 705.933.YUMM
Hastings Village Marina - 5 Dit Clapper Drive, Hastings
A Public Information Centre for the Field House in Hastings took place on April 16, 2014. Click here to see the presentation by Aecom. There are two options for the Field house shown, one with the original proposed field layout and one with an additional 60 ft added to the length of the building for a hard surface sport court flooring system. There are sample pictures of the support buildings and the airlock storage area, as well as sample views of the inside of the support building looking toward the dome, and from inside the dome to the support building.
Thursday February 27, 2014
TRENT HILLS, ON – The Campbellford Memorial Hospital Foundation is thrilled to hear that the Hospital President and CEO Brad Hilker signed the purchase order for the new digital mammography unit last week with the technology slated to arrive in just a few weeks.
Trent Hills Independent
"Talk it up."
That is the gist of an informal sit down conversation which included Flourish campaign supporter and honourary chair Bob Bennett and his wife Ann with Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation (CSCF) Executive Director Martha Murphy.
The informal dining room get together was videotaped so it can be put on You-Tube and the Flourish website to get the word out to residents of Trent Hills that the campaign is now moving to the next stage -public awareness
Congratulations to Mr. Brian Redden, the winner of the Group of Seven print raffled by the Flourish Campaign.
Thursday, October 3, 2013
Trent Hills, Ontario -- Flourish, The Trent Hills Wellness Campaign hosted information sessions in Campbellford, Hastings and Warkworth last week with presentations from each of the partners involved in the campaign. “This one-of-a-kind $7 million campaign involves three partners coming together for a common goal – wellness for all,” said Kira Mees, Campaign Co-Chair and moderator for the Hastings meeting.
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
Trent Hills, Ontario ---The committee spearheading a unique joint fundraising campaign for Trent Hills has unveiled the branding for the campaign and its fundraising target. Now called, the Flourish Campaign, the joint effort is a partnership between the Campbellford Memorial Hospital Foundation, Municipality of Trent Hills and the Campbellford/Seymour Community Foundation.
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Trent Hills, Ontario – The Trent Hills Wellness Campaign is an exciting and unprecedented venture that will enshrine wellness for all as a community priority in Trent Hills. Leading the Campaign are Co-chairs Kira Mees, Hastings, Sam McKeown, Campbellford and Scott Newman, Warkworth.