Two comments; Mary Anne and I recently moved into a small "townhouse community" on the West Mountain and are in close association with 24 neighbours. Already we have made more connections and friends than in our last house where we lived for 40 years! We share tools, compare hydro bills and now are planning a holiday with a group of us going on a once in a life time cruise. We have really benefited from the change in location and meeting new friends!
Secondly, I want to mention "Freecycle", a local web based service where anyone can offer to give away good but no longer needed items. You can also put in a request for a particular item that you need. For those of us who hoard rather than throw away, it's a very good option.
Thirdly (I'm on a roll!), the "Resource Thrift Store" on Upper Gage was a place we donated many items as we were purging getting ready to move. They use the proceeds from sales to fund their church programs. Not our church, but that doesn't matter to us, good people doing good work for our community! "Over and out!".
Max FinchamDecember 17, 2019
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