The Directors of the Stouffville-Igoma Partnership would like to thank The Stouffville-Sun Tribune (media sponsor), Visual Perspective (ticket sponsor) as well as our promoters; Brian Roman-Entertainer, Signature Party Services, Sleepy Hollow Golf and Country Club, Stouffville Arena Staff-Bob Heickert, Stouffville Spirit Staff-Mike Humpheys, St. John Mechanical, and Whistle Radio 102.7FM. They would also like to thank those who contributed auction items, desserts and draws such as Centerpiece Flowers, Country Style-Stouffville, Hanson’s Restaurant, M & M Meat Shop-Stouffville, Pastaggio’s, The Tin Mill, Reesor Farm Kitchen and Applewood Farm Winery.
Next year “FOOD FOR THOUGHT” will return to Sleepy Hollow Golf Course and Country Club on Monday, April 1st, 2012 so mark your calendars. Participants next year will include Annie’s Kitchen, Baked at Frankie’s, Boston Pizza, Candlelight and Memories, Catering by Mario, The Cornerhouse on Main, Charlinda Belgian Chocolates, Frankie’s, SGT. Peppers Pub & Grill, Stakeout Dinning Room & Lounge, Stouffville Creek Retirement Residence, The Earl of Whitchurch, Velvet Sunrise, Willow Springs Winery and Water Depot. Thank you for supporting our work in Igoma, Tanzania!
On May 6th, 36 people went to Lemonville Community Center to enjoy a friendly yet competitive Euchre tournament organized by Susan Kerswill, who recently returned from her second work trip to Igoma. The night began at 7pm and the fun continued until about 10:30pm. Good times were had by all participants and many people generously donated door prizes and others donated their time and helped out with the event. Approximately $600 was raised and the money will likely be directed to the new branch of the Stouffville-Igoma Partnership (SIP) being Igoma’s Children’s Aid and Relief Enterprise (I-CARE). Who knew having a great time could make such a difference, what a great idea!