OPG brings early Christmas presents to Saugeen Shores

In what is becoming a Holiday tradition, Ontario Power Generation (OPG) brought early Christmas presents to several Saugeen Shores organizations on Thursday, December 6th.

Lynda Cain, Senior Communications with OPG, said that “This is my favourite time of year and I have the best job ever when we give back to the community.”

(L-R) Connie Barker and Joanne Robbins (Pumpkinfest), Brian Vaughan (Rotary Huron Shore Run), Diane Thorne (Salvation Army) Lynda Cain (OPG), Rob Lamont (Minor Hockey), Taralyn Golbec (Saugeen Shores Santa Parades), Gillian Russell with Aurora White (Breakers Swim Team, Janice Mewhiinney (Bruce County Museum & Cultural Centre)  
  • Bruce County Museum and Cultural Center – Family Heritage Day ($800, Eco Explorers $1850 and the 2019 Summer Exhibit  $10k)
  • Breakers Swim Team ($1250)
  • SS Minor Hockey Girls Pee Wee House League ($250)
  • SS 2018 Christmas Parades ($1300)
  • 019 Pumpkinfest ($6000)
  • Salvation Army Food Bank ($1000)
  • Rotary Shore Run ($1000)