The Roses of Crown Hill Clue #2
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Description
creation name: "More than Tea"
Three Crown Hill member warriors met to fulfill the challenge currently put forth by the WISH Committee who have published clues for the Scavenger Hunt.
What to do !!!!!!!!
It was agreeably and peacefully decided to feature a home that would exhibit our WI branch projects and activities in our area.
Raids took place in various locations where children and grandchildren stowed their Legos. No one was hurt. Begged, borrowed and occasionally stolen materials were organized to represent the following projects:

1. Teddy Bear Project
2. Community history & Cookbook
3. Advocating for stop lights & stop signs at unsafe intersections
4. Penetanguishene Road historical signs
5. Planting an Adelaide Hoodless rose
6. Hosting a Victorian Tea

This exhibits only a few projects as everyone wanted their Legos back. Time was of the essence. Also it was the hour for tea and a delicious lunch
Enjoy
Notes
Submission part of the WISH challenge for WI's 125th anniversary
Date
avr 2022
Sujet(s)
Couverture géographique
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.43341 Longitude: -79.64964
Donneur
PATRICIA RICHARDS
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Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario
Courriel:fwio@fwio.on.ca
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552 Ridge Road
Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2Y6
905-662-2691
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The Roses of Crown Hill Clue #2


creation name: "More than Tea"
Three Crown Hill member warriors met to fulfill the challenge currently put forth by the WISH Committee who have published clues for the Scavenger Hunt.
What to do !!!!!!!!
It was agreeably and peacefully decided to feature a home that would exhibit our WI branch projects and activities in our area.
Raids took place in various locations where children and grandchildren stowed their Legos. No one was hurt. Begged, borrowed and occasionally stolen materials were organized to represent the following projects:

1. Teddy Bear Project
2. Community history & Cookbook
3. Advocating for stop lights & stop signs at unsafe intersections
4. Penetanguishene Road historical signs
5. Planting an Adelaide Hoodless rose
6. Hosting a Victorian Tea

This exhibits only a few projects as everyone wanted their Legos back. Time was of the essence. Also it was the hour for tea and a delicious lunch
Enjoy