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Posted on July 03, 2019 - 9 months ago
Summer "Soul"stice Events a Hit!
This article originally appeared in the Carlyle Observer, June 27th, 2019 By Mary Moffat The Sustainability Project held three events in the week leading up to its Grand Opening on June 21. In the spirit of building the kind of community where people love to live, the events were geared to catering to your soul. The June 18th evening hosted Montmarte author, Christalee Froese of the More Joy Project. Froese shared things learned as she discovered her Journey to Joy. The book titled...
Posted on June 19, 2019 - 10 months ago
Manitoba Hal Delights!
This article was originally printed in the Carlyle Observer June 13th, 2019 Photo and Article by: Mary Moffat The audience at Cornerstone Theatre was held spellbound by the performance of Manitoba Hal on Friday, June 7. Hosted by the Sustainability Project, this guitarist, songwriter and ukulele player used a combination of looping technology to create a concert few will forget. His sense of humour and interactive style combined with fingerpicking and strumming, had toes tapping and f...
Posted on May 28, 2019 - 11 months ago
The Sustainability Project Nominates Ron Paul for Rural Community Leadership Award
The Sustainability Project is proud to nominate long-time community volunteer and leader, Ron Paul for the Rural Community Leadership Award from the Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism. This award is given to an older adult who best exemplifies the qualities of leadership within a rural community - integrity, vision, dedication, and the respect of others; and, who regularly participates in establishing and supporting activities in rural Saskatchewan. Ron Paul has lived in the Town o...
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