Flag Waving

On Friday,  June 14th, you can join the sign-waving crew in Tavistock by the Post Office at 3:00. We will see how many people coming for their mail or passing through want to know more about the dump fight. WE have had great support in the past. The quickest way there is via Hwy 59 northbound, until you reach the famous five-cornered intersection. There is parking beside the Post Office too. Bring a sign of your own design, or borrow one from Bonnie, our brilliant sign-maker. Bring a friend too!

 On Saturday, June 15th, OPAL’s Ken Westcar will be at a table at the Kiwanis’ Market outside the Ingersoll Town Hall in the morning. Greet him there as you pass by for fresh food. He will have new letters for you to sign to help stop the dump. If you are available to be with him for the morning or part of it, please let us know.  OPAL’s volunteers are what makes this fight successful for us all.  And, of course, there will be a donation box on the OPAL table. If you can help out that way too, it will be great. You can deposit cash or cheques (made out to OPAL). For those of you in the habit of visiting the Woodstock Farmers’ Market, our Alliance partners will be there at the same time, until noon, on Saturday.

 As always, thanks for all you do to protect our community.

 Bryan

 

OPAL Alliance acts to protect our community and to ensure that Oxford County remains a great place to live and grow. As concerned citizens, we are engaged in the fight to stop locally unwarranted land uses. Our mission is to stop the dump Walker Industries would impose.

 

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