Thursday, June 30, 2016

HFH Gateway North News 30.06.2016


Serving Orillia Lake Country, North Simcoe, District of Muskoka, Parry Sound District, North Bay and Blue Sky Region and Sudbury District
Orillia ReStore Relocation

This week has been a flurry at 3835 Campbell Road as well as at 220 James St. West. The doors of our new location will open this weekend, Saturday July 2, with an official grand opening to be announced in the coming weeks.

Thank you Marg, Donna, Chris, Bill, Brian, Bill, Mitchell, Travis, Derek, Kayla and all of the other amazing volunteers and staff who have helped navigate the relocation process.
In This Issue:
* Orillia ReStore Relocation
* From the CEO's Desk
* Española Home Painting
* Habitat Heroes
* In The News
* South Almaguin Trunk and Tailgate Sale & BBQ
* Parry Sound Annual Giant Yard Sale
* North Bay Amazing Race
* Save the Dates
* Quote of the Week
The Newsreel: Quick Facts to Keep You Informed!
* Support our Bracebridge 2016 Women Build by donating online or joining our Women Build Team. Find out more by contacting usor calling (705) 646-0106 x205.
* 1 in 5 Canadian families are living in unstable homes. But little by little, a brick for brick, you can help bring stability to the lives of many children from low income families. Because you're not just helping us put a roof over their head, you're helping us put the ground beneath their feet. For full details on the Brick for Brick campaign visit habitat.ca/brickforbrick
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Hello Habitat Gateway North!

Monthly, I participate in a book club with some friends. It isn't incredibly formal or strict. We choose books, give ourselves ample time to read them and gather roughly every month to chat about the book, share food and then watch the movie. It's a great way to expand your book choice and read something you may not have otherwise picked up.

The last two months we read The 100 Year Old Man Who Jumped Out The Window and Disappeared by Jonas Jonasson and Unbroken by Laura Hillebrand. Of the almost 20 books we've chosen for book club, these two are amongst my favourites. The 100 Year Old Man is translated from Swedish, is a quick read and is full of humour and life lessons.

Unbroken is the devastatingly hopeful true story of Louie Zamperini, the Olympic runner who spent almost 4 years in a World War II POW camp in the Pacific. And I couldn't put it down. It is full of heartbreaking experiences, but also full of perseverance, dedication and hope. I highly recommend both books, for very different reasons.

It's a short week this week as we observe Canada Day this Friday. However, for our Orillia staff, it may feel like the week that will never end. The crew in Orillia is an exceptional team, and despite hiccups and changes of plan, they've rolled with the punches and dug deep to make things happen.

Moving a ReStore is not an easy task, as anyone in the Habitat world who has lived it can attest to. The Orillia staff and volunteers deserve the highest praise for their perseverance and dedication. Not only have they fully outfitted a brand new location but have also completely cleared out the old location. Thank you Marg, Donna, and the rest of your amazing team for all of your hard work!

Enjoy your long weekend everyone.

Be well, do good deeds and keep in touch,

Meghan
From the CEO's Desk

This might be the week to write of the trials and tribulations – not yet passed – of moving a ReStore location. This might the week to write of the joyous relief of finally having in hand our first build permit of the 2016 season. But on this Thursday, when the move to our new Orillia ReStore could most desperately use every last hour of a full, five-day week, I’d like to instead celebrate the upcoming birthday of a dear friend.

I hitchhiked Canada in my late teens. It was a smaller country then, not yet stretching in the national zeitgeist to that third, most northerly sea. And while fading, it was still safe in that same national zeitgeist for a young person to go thumb-about.

In the decades since, I’ve remain convinced there’s a sensibility to the rugged soul of Canada reserved for those who deliberately court it.

I’ve remained convinced there’s a particular poignancy to the majestic, soul-stirring beauty of this country reserved for those who view it alone, far from anything more familiar than a lonesome-tinged thought and a well-travelled packsack.

And I’ve remained certain there’s a particular love-of-country that comes from feeling at once alone and at home in a vast, improbable land.

Happy Birthday, fellow country-people. Best wishes for a joyous Canada Day and a great week.

David
Española Home Painting

A full crew of volunteers took on painting this week at our Espanola build. Newly selected homeowners Sheldon Lacasse, Sasha Leonard and Angie Scheel joined the painting volunteers as part of their sweat equity.
Habitat Heroes - June
Huntsville ReStore

Anthony D is a dedicated volunteer who has been with the Huntsville ReStore for one month and has already put in 150 hours of service! His enthusiasm, hard work ethic and up-beat attitude have been a great addition to the Huntsville ReStore. He brings much appreciated pizzazz and positive outlook to the Huntsville ReStore.  Anthony goes above and beyond every single day. Thank you so much for everything you do at the Huntsville ReStore.
Sudbury ReStore

Corey is our volunteer of the month and he has been volunteering for two months. We have been assisting him with different learning opportunities  and he has been working hard to keep our store in tip-top shape. We thank Corey very much for his persistence and dedication to the Sudbury ReStore.   
Midland ReStore

Judith Marnoch is our Monday afternoon volunteer that has been with us since January. She is a very kind and caring person who loves to interact with our customers. Judith is a hard worker, and quick learner. She likes to keep busy and learn new things. We are grateful that she travels all those kilometers from Port Severn, to come and help us with the store. Judith is one of our treasures that we value so much. Thank you Judith!
Bracebridge ReStore

Peter McKee is an excellent ReStore Volunteer! He is friendly, kind, a hard worker and is always a pleasure to work with. Peter helps at the ReStore twice a week and recently helped us at our Golf Tournament at North Granite Ridge. We greatly appreciate all your help Peter! Congratulations on being our Hero of the Month and keep up the great work! 
In The News

Meet the family moving into one of the Habitat homes
THE MID NORTH MONITOR | Jessica Brousseau
Read the story here.
Save the Dates

We have several events already scheduled for this year, run by our Chapter Committees and third party groups. So mark your calendars or contact us to get involved!

July 2nd - Parry Sound Chapter's Annual Giant Yard Sale and Auction

July 2nd - South Almaguin Trunk and Tailgate Sale & BBQ

July 2nd - Soft Opening of the Orillia ReStore at 220 James St. W

July 15th - North Bay and Blue Sky Region Chapter Golf Tournament

August 17th - Orillia ReStore hosts the Chamber After 5

September 12th - Parry Sound Chapter Golf Tournament at Rocky Crest Golf Club

October 1st - Amazing Race, North Bay and Blue Sky Region Chapter
Quote of the Week

"Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out." - Robert Collier
Wonder Women

Ginger Barkey
Lori Beecroft
Tanya Blain
Marian Burdsall
Kelly Haywood
Carol MacLellan

Super Men

Brian Ternoway
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Friday, June 24, 2016

HFH Gateway North News 24.06.2016


Espanola Families Announced

It was a special night on Thursday, June 23rd. In the cafeteria of the Espanola Regional Hospital & Health Centre Kathy Yusko, Chair of the Family Selection Committee, announced the two families qualified as homeowners for the semi-detached house on Adelaide St. Excitement and anticipation were felt all throughout the room. Both families will complete 500 hours of Sweat Equity in partnership with Habitat and the community. As homeowners, they will carry an interest-free mortgage with no down payment.

Above: Angie & Logan Scheel received congratulations from Espanola Mayor Ron Piche.

Below: Sasha Leonard and Sheldon Lacasse (centre) were absolutely thrilled to hear of their qualification as Habitat homeowners from Kathy Yusko (far right).

Below: Sheldon Lacasse, Sasha Leonard and Angie Scheel cut their congratulatory cake. Welcome to the Habitat family!
In This Issue:
* Espanola Families Announced
* From the CEO's Desk
* We're Making A Movie
* National Aboriginal Day Celebrations at the Sudbury ReStore
* Parry Sound Annual Giant Yard Sale
* North Bay's Amazing Race
* Save the Dates
* Quote of the Week
The Newsreel: Quick Facts to Keep You Informed!
* Support our Bracebridge 2016 Women Build by donating online or joining our Women Build Team. Find out more by contacting usor calling (705) 646-0106 x205.
* 1 in 5 Canadian families are living in unstable homes. But little by little, a brick for brick, you can help bring stability to the lives of many children from low income families. Because you're not just helping us put a roof over their head, you're helping us put the ground beneath their feet. For full details on the Brick for Brick campaign visithabitat.ca/brickforbrick
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Hello Habitat Gateway North Community!

After the busyness of last week, this week has seemed like calmer waters. Of course, calmer waters are relative. In comparison to putting on 3 events in 36 hours, this week has been easy, but that doesn't mean we're not hard at work.

This week, I had the chance to celebrate my nephew's second birthday. He's an active little guy and his gift for this year was a life jacket. Not exactly a "fun" gift, but an important one. He tore the tissue paper from the bag, full of excitement, to reveal the life jacket. Then, he looked at the gift and went straight back to the paper. We spent at least 45 minutes throwing tissue paper in the air and watching it fall. Taking the time to stop and watch the paper fall (amidst very cute toddler giggles) was exactly the lesson I needed this week.



With a bit of downtime through the week, it was wonderful to look back on last week's events, sift through photos and marvel at the masterpiece of what was accomplished. Better still was to note the events of this week, like the Family Announcement in Espanola on Thursday evening.

In my opinion, you need to have both: the busyness and the rest. You can appreciate the hustle while also appreciating the little things. Watching the paper fall. The teamwork of the Ohio crew on the build site. The expression of shock and excitement on a new homeowner's face. It's what gets us from here to there, but it's also what gives us the drive to cover the space in between.

In the midst of the hustle and bustle of an average work week it's easy to be caught up in the work and forget to see the reasons. However, it's important to make the time and reflect. Stop and smell the roses. It's worth it.

Be well, do good deeds and keep in touch,

Meghan
From the CEO's Desk

It’s been a short work week for me. Marian and I spent an extended long-weekend in Niagara and her late mother’s hometown of Port Dalhousie, now part of St. Catharines, before taking in our youngest son’s graduation convocation at Niagara College on Tuesday. Along the way, we dropped in to say hello at the HFH Niagara affiliate offices and to do some shopping and R&D (i.e. research and duplicate) at its beautiful and very successful main ReStore location.

We often say, “It’s a small world,” less often do we acknowledge the more profound truth that the circle is small. On Monday, while visiting Habitat Niagara, with my friend and counterpart Alistair Davis commented on his affiliate’s great relationship with Niagara College. On Tuesday, in his concluding remarks to the graduating class, college president Dan Patterson at once praised his students’ extra-curricular contributions to the community and admonished the graduates to make such contribution an ongoing part of their lives. In doing so, he specifically mentioned the college’s involvement in nine Habitat builds in the Niagara community. It was a special sort of parental moment after the ceremony to snap a picture of Ben with President Patterson and to mention to the president that Ben has built with Habitat in Haiti.

Yesterday morning, I had the opportunity to do a presentation to the Huntsville Probus organization. Doing such presentations is a major interruption in the day-to-day flow of activities…for which I’m immensely grateful. They re-centre me on why we’re doing what we’re doing.

I got more of that in spades last evening, making the dash to Espanola just in time for the community announcement of the two families selected to own our new semi-detached homes in that community. It was a wonderful and moving event, filling the regional hospital cafeteria to capacity, with a terrific percentage of the attendees still in their first decade of life.

Welcome to Angela, Sasha, Sheldon and their families. And many, many thanks to Sudbury Chapter Family Selection Committee Chair Kathy Yusko and committee members Chris Gilles, Marlo Desjardins, Mark Bond, Jocelyn Bousque, Terry Noble, and Sheri Commission for their tremendous and diligent work in the selection process. Huge thanks, as well, to Kathy, Spenser Shaw and the many other hands that made last evening such a special event. As I was leaving, a large, imposing gentleman from the community thanked me for Habitat’s work, confessed that he had had trouble keeping his eyes dry through the formal proceedings, and pledged his future support for our activities in Espanola.

It doesn’t get much better than that!

Have a great week,

David
National Aboriginal Day Celebrations at the Sudbury ReStore

High Eagle drummers from Wikwemikong Adam Kaboni (right), Wyatt Bell Metansinine and Harvey Bell Jr. came to the Sudbury ReStore to sing and drum on June 21st to celebrate Aboriginal Day. We were so honored to have these three men represent their culture with us. The Sudbury ReStore says miigwetch to them and their families for traveling two hours to sing and drum for us at the ReStore.  
Save the Dates

We have several events already scheduled for this year, run by our Chapter Committees and third party groups. So mark your calendars or contact us to get involved!

June - Fridays to Sundays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 220 James St. West open for Donations

June - Huntsville Build now underway

July 2nd - Parry Sound Chapter's Annual Giant Yard Sale and Auction

July 9th - Soft Opening of the Orillia ReStore at 220 James St. W

July 15th - North Bay and Blue Sky Region Chapter Golf Tournament

August - Women Build Bracebridge

August 17th - Orillia ReStore hosts the Chamber After 5

September 12th - Parry Sound Chapter Golf Tournament at Rocky Crest Golf Club

October 1st - Amazing Race, North Bay and Blue Sky Region Chapter
Quote of the Week

"Action is the most important key to any success." - Tony Robbins
Wonder Women

Ginger Barkey
Lori Beecroft
Tanya Blain
Marian Burdsall
Kelly Haywood
Carol MacLellan

Super Men

Brian Ternoway
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Saturday, June 18, 2016

HFH Gateway North News 17.06.2016


Serving Orillia Lake Country, North Simcoe, District of Muskoka, Parry Sound District, North Bay and Blue Sky Region and Sudbury District
Huntsville Groundbreaking Ceremony

On Thursday, June 16, volunteers and supporters of Habitat for Humanity Ontario Gateway North along with Huntsville Mayor Scott Aitchison, 2016 Build Lead Randy Blain, Habitat Canada President & CEO Mark Rodgers, HFHOGN Vice-President Linda-Acton Riddle and members of the Plymouth Church Service Trip from Shaker Heights, Ohio, broke ground at 11 Irene St. in Huntsville. The site will see a semi-detached this year, with plans for a four unit row next year.
In This Issue:
* Huntsville Groundbreaking
* From the CEO's Desk
* Plymouth Church Service Group
* Band on the Run
* Meet and Greet with Mark Rodgers
* Golf Classic at North Granite Ridge
* Cheque Presentation
* Father's Day at the Sudbury ReStore
* In the News
* Parry Sound Annual Giant Yard Sale
* North Bay Amazing Race
* Save the Dates
* Quote of the Week
The Newsreel: Quick Facts to Keep You Informed!
* Our Huntsville Build at Irene St. is underway! If you're interested in swinging a hammer, donating materials, labour or lunches, get in touch today.
* Support our Bracebridge 2016 Women Build by donating online or joining our Women Build Team. Find out more by contacting usor calling (705) 646-0106 x205.
* 1 in 5 Canadian families are living in unstable homes. But little by little, a brick for brick, you can help bring stability to the lives of many children from low income families. Because you're not just helping us put a roof over their head, you're helping us put the ground beneath their feet. For full details on the Brick for Brick campaign visithabitat.ca/brickforbrick
Know someone who'd like to be involved with Habitat? Share the newsletter with them! Anyone who is interested in staying in touch can sign up for the weekly newsletterhere!
Hello Habitat Gateway North Team!

I am a superhero movie lover. Avengers, X-Men, Superman, Batman; you name it, I've seen it. There's something about superheroes, that while fictional, gives you hope and faith in all of humanity.

This week during our reception with Mark Rodgers, President and CEO of Habitat Canada, Mark mentioned that in every tragedy, no matter where or what it is, there is always human kindness on the other side. As a superhero lover, it's what I see as the Everyday Superhero.

A main reason so many people, myself included, love superheroes is because of what they represent. A superhero is compassionate, kind, selfless and follows his or her values for the good of other people. While in the movies, the superhero typically fights "the bad guy" to protect the world (or even the universe), the Everyday Superhero is less apt to wear a cape and more likely to not even make the news.

This week, Randy Blain, our 2016 Build Lead, did hit the news as he assisted an officer in Toronto in making an arrest while other bystanders chose to film the scene. The quick-thinking, compassion and selflessness of that act are what make Randy an Everyday Superhero.

Last Saturday I volunteered at Band on the Run in Huntsville and again saw the kindness and compassion of volunteers at work. The event would not have happened if not for the army of volunteers at registration, at aid stations and at the music festival. Those who helped pick up trash after the event, or the man who came to the ticket table with a lost driver's license - those things are easy to ignore, but Everyday Superheroes don't ignore them.



I am truly blessed to work with an organization where I get to see Everday Superheroes in action on a daily basis. While the past few weeks have been overflowing with activity, they've also been full of kindness, compassion, selflessness and exceptional people. A million times thank you to everyone, staff, volunteers, and sponsors, who contributed to this week's calendar of events. You are Everyday Superheroes to me (capes optional).

Be well, do good deeds and keep in touch,

Meghan
From the CEO's Desk

Habitat Canada’s President and CEO Mark Rodgers and I used to joke that the other was strictly fiction. For the first couple of years I was doing assignments with HFHC, we were nothing to each other but a voice on a teleconference and a name on email. We developed a level of mutual trust and respect as some “hot potato” elements to a few of those assignments were worked through, even while we would have been hard-pressed to pick the other out of a line-up.

We worked Mark hard this week, after he accepted an invitation to participate in the Muskoka Chapter’s annual golf tournament. He was the guest of honour at a community reception we hosted Wednesday evening in Bracebridge. On Thursday morning, he was front and centre as we ceremoniously broke ground on our Huntsville semi-detached. And on Thursday afternoon, he came in from the links a few shades of suntan darker than he started out.

Over a nightcap Wednesday evening, Mark asked senior staffers what most particularly attracts them to Habitat. It’s a great question and one I’ve been pondering for the last couple of years without yet being able to intelligently articulate an answer.

Rationally, I love the strategic management challenge of making HFHOGN work across our improbably vast region. I love that, even if it’s “only” one family at a time, we offer transformational, generational change rather than a fleeting social welfare band-aid. But mostly I love that our engagement in making HFHOGN work and in transforming the lives of our partner families calls forth – not always, but I’m sure more often than what would otherwise be the case – the better angels of our nature.

It’s been a crazy-busy week for us, preceded by a crazy-busy week of preparation. It’s been a week in which it’d be dead-easy to miss the passing parade of angels.

Those angels have included a truly inspiring group of 22 young people and chaperones from Plymouth Church in Shaker Heights, Ohio that, for the week, made us the beneficiary of their astounding love and energy.

Those angels have included Randy Blain, our 2016 Build Lead, who hit the news mid-week after shoving past a crowd of smartphone-photographers to actually assist a Metro Toronto cop on the losing side of an attack.

Those angels have included the communities of supporters that turned out for the events of the week – a reception, a ground-breaking, a golf tournament – not for the events, but for our shared commitment to Habitat’s mission.

Those angels have included our national president and CEO who put aside the truckload of other demands on his time to be with us.

And those angels have included the truly inspiring group of people I get to work with every day who directly and indirectly got us through the week, corralled, cajoled and coordinated by the always amazing Meghan Smith.

How lucky can a guy get?

Have a great week,

David
Plymouth Church Service Group

Every year, the Plymouth Church Youth Group from Shaker Heights in Ohio travels to a Habitat affiliate to help for the week. This past week, we at Habitat Ontario Gateway North were absolutely gifted with their presence. It was the group’s first trip north of the border, and we put them to work. Lead by Robb Forward, the group worked at the Huntsville and Bracebridge ReStores and helped clear the way for the groundbreaking at Irene and Walter Streets. It is astonishing the amount of work this group has accomplished in a short week, and they even had some time , and energy, to explore in Algonquin. We wish to give a sincere thank you to the group – you’re welcome back anytime! 
Band on the Run

On Saturday, June 11, Huntsville Lake of Bays Firefighters ran in Band on the Run in support of Habitat for Humanity Ontario Gateway North. Over $9,400 was raised by the event, including a $750 donation from Coleco TV Muskoka. The local firefighters ran a kilometre in full gear for every $1,000 pledged.

Photo: Huntsville Doppler
Meet and Greet with Mark Rodgers

On the evening of June 15th, Habitat Gateway North welcomed President & CEO of Habitat for Humanity Canada, Mark Rodgers to the area with a reception of volunteers, donors, community members and staff hosted at Kerr Park.
Golf Classic at North Granite Ridge

We couldn’t have asked for better weather at the third-annual Habitat for Humanity Golf Classic hosted by the North Granite Ridge Golf Club. Thank you to our hosts, food vendors, sponsors and all of the golfers who enjoyed the day. Congratulations to the low-score winning groups and to everyone who won one of the hole contests. We’ll see you next year!
Above: Rob Childs (left), Peter Herbert, Mark Rodgers and Volker Hann enjoyed the day of golf at North Granite Ridge.

Below Left: Al Paton, Dennis Hobbins, Ken Inglis and Carson Fowler had a little fun during their photo op on course.

Below Right: Linda Acton-Riddle, Vice-President of HFHOGN presents Mark Rodgers, President & CEO of Habitat Canada with a hand-crafted cheese board and butter tarts for his time in Muskoka.
Cheque Presentation

On Wednesday, June 15, Habitat Gateway North CEO David Morris, left, accepted a cheque from Mayor Graydon Smith of Bracebridge in support of the upcoming Biking for Builds ride.
Father's Day at the Sudbury ReStore

We are celebrating Father's Day by making gift baskets just for dad. Whether your father lives with Tool Envy, aspires to a Painter's Paradise or is the household Grill Master, we've got the gift basket for him! Happy Father's Day from the Sudbury ReStore. 
 
In the News

Band on the Run hosts thousands
Huntsville Forester by Paige Phillips
http://www.muskokaregion.com/news-story/6726213-band-on-the-run-hosts-thousands/

Requesting donations
Orillia Packet & Times by Mehreen Shahid
http://www.orilliapacket.com/2016/06/13/requesting-donations

Theft from Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Bracebridge
Bracebridge Examiner by Mary Beth Hartill
http://www.muskokaregion.com/news-story/6720504-theft-from-habitat-for-humanity-restore-in-bracebridge-results-in-substantial-loss-for-charity/

Habitat for Humanity CEO visits Bracebridge
Bracebridge Examiner by Samantha Beattie
http://www.muskokaregion.com/news-story/6726689-habitat-for-humanity-ceo-visits-bracebridge/

Habitat Build Lead/Superman Randy Blain aids assaulted police officer
Huntsville Forester by Alison Brownlee
http://www.muskokaregion.com/news-story/6724060-huntsville-resident-comes-to-rescue-of-police-officer-being-attacked-in-toronto/
       
Huntsville Groundbreaking
My Muskoka Now by Derek Sutton
http://www.mymuskokanow.com/38111/shovels-ground-habitat-humanity-build-huntsville/

Huntsville Doppler by Dawn Huddlestone
https://doppleronline.ca/huntsville/habitat-for-humanity-breaks-ground-on-a-new-huntsville-build/

Huntsville Forester by Roland Cilliers
http://www.muskokaregion.com/community-story/6726573-habitat-breaks-ground-on-new-huntsville-build/
Save the Dates

We have several events already scheduled for this year, run by our Chapter Committees and third party groups. So mark your calendars or contact us to get involved!

June - Fridays to Sundays 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 220 James St. West open for Donations

June - Huntsville Build

July 2nd - Parry Sound Chapter's Annual Giant Yard Sale and Auction

July 2nd - Soft Opening of the Orillia ReStore at 220 James St. W

July 15th - North Bay and Blue Sky Region Chapter Golf Tournament

August - Women Build Bracebridge

August 5th - Orillia ReStore hosts the Chamber After 5

September 12th - Parry Sound Chapter Golf Tournament at Rocky Crest Golf Club

October 1st - Amazing Race, North Bay and Blue Sky Region Chapter
Quote of the Week

"No matter what your current condition, how or where you grew up, or what education or training you feel you lack, you can be successful in your chosen endeavor. It is spirit, fortitude, and hardiness that matter more than where you start." -Jack Ma
Wonder Women

Ginger Barkey
Lori Beecroft
Tanya Blain
Marian Burdsall
Kelly Haywood
Carol MacLellan

Super Men

Brian Ternoway