Has your garden given you an abundance of produce? Consider donating to the Food Bank.

If you have extra vegetables or produce could you donate it to local families in need. Purchased produce is also accepted.

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Seniors and Cannabis - Risks and Rewards - Part One

“Weed 7: A Senior Moment” premiered on Sunday, August 6th, 2023, on “The Whole Story with Anderson Cooper.” Its narrator was Dr. Sanja Gupta, a medical expert often appearing on CNN.

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Oak Ridges Lions Club Toy Donation Drive for Southlake's Pediatric Oncology Program

Lions, with the support of Lions Club International Foundation (LCIF), provide support for the needs of children and families affected by childhood cancer through impactful service activities.

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High Notes Avante is offering free music lessons to those who are touched by mental illness.

High Notes Avante is extremely proud of the small pilot music program they launched in Richmond Hill last September. They are offering free individual music lessons on piano and guitar and select other instruments.

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Cyber Security - request to sign petition

An active Richmond Hill resident, Peter DeVita, is concerned about our cyber security, and has initiated a petition to our federal government, asking for specific action to be taken. 

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Donate old bikes

Every year thousands of bikes are thrown away because they are either unwanted, broken or outgrown. Some of these bikes are in repairable and reusable condition and can be recovered for community benefit.

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Ukrainian Host Program - can you help out?

Established in 1952, COSTI is a community-based multicultural agency, providing employment, educational, settlement and social services to all immigrant communities and individuals in need of assist

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Community Murals to celebrate Richmond Hill’s 150th Anniversary

Local artists have begun work on various community mural projects as part of celebrations for Richmond Hill’s 150th anniversary.

Earlier this year, the City put a call out for artists to capture the community’s past, present and future.

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