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On April 22nd or 23rd a silver hoop ear ring, 1" diameter, was found on Twenty Road, on the north sidewalk in the area between Garth & Effort Trail.

Please contact:


Joan or Rich Cooke

5 Appalachian Trail

(289) 759-1114

In view of the pandemic facing all Canadians, it strikes me that there may be an opportunity right here in our Garth Trails Community to assist anyone who feels vulnerable during this crisis. I am Judy Prior, I live on Mapleleaf Trail.


Effective Monday March 16th until April 1st I am offering small errand and grocery shopping services to those who may not be comfortable going to stores and pharmacies during this outbreak. 


THERE IS NO COST!!! I am offering this to assist you if you need starts at home right?? 


I will run errands every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday - leaving the house around 10am.


Types of errands:

- Small grocery orders (you provide the list)

- Prescription pick up

- Post office  - get stamps, mail parcels, mail post etc


- Just ask me!!


In all scenarios I will pick up the list of items, pay cash and provide receipt for immediate reimbursement upon delivery. I am not running a company, I am volunteering  to help out if I can. That said, I will need to be reimbursed immediately upon completion of your errand. 


If I can help you out, please call me at the number below so we can arrange your errand!!


Best Regards,


Judy A. Prior


66 Mapleleaf Trail
Hamilton, Ontario
L9B 0A3


​Dear Garth Trails Friends & Neighbours,

The Pronesti family would like to thank all of the generous and thoughtful residency of Garth Trails for your support during this most difficult time. We are truly grateful for your emails, cards, phone calls, food, visitation and thoughtful messages of support in the passing of Lois Marie Pronesti. The kindness provided by this community brought a great deal of comfort and relief to our family during this time of sorrow. Thank you so much for your thoughtfulness and consideration. The support offered by this community is truly appreciated and is an example of what makes this community so great.


Special thanks to Sheila Mahony and the Bereavement committee for their help and support in taking care of all the details in setting up the club house for family and friends to gather directly following the funeral. We are grateful for the support and thoughtfulness you provided. 

This time of year, the days get shorter and darkness falls early.

It is hard for drivers to see residents walking the grounds at night.  For your safety, please consider wearing reflective clothing such as a lanyard, wristband, or reflective leash for your dog.

Thank you

Dear Garth Trails Friends & Neighbours,


The Bob Burr Family would like to take this time to express their thanks to friends and neighbours for the many lovely cards, kind words and phone messages we received following the sudden passing of our dear husband/father.


It was such a comfort to know that he had touched so many lives in his own way and your outpouring of support has helped our family cope though this very difficult time. 


Your continued friendship is greatly appreciated. 



Carole Burr & Family

Congratulations to the 2019 winners of the Country Road Tour offered by the Social Committee. 

(From left to right: Barry & Sue Rodgers, Liz & Max Perritt)

Men's Golf League Year End Social!

Performing “ Old time rock & roll” at the golf social on Sept 22 These old rock and rollers can really rock!

I would like to express my sincere appreciation & heartfelt thanks to all our friends at Garth Trails for all the cards, hugs, kind words, food & the Mass during this difficult time for our family.  Thank you also to those who came to help us celebrate Gerry's life, it really meant a lot to us.


Ruth Lafreniere & family

2019 Party in the Parking Lot with

Garth Trails "Trail Mix". 


Despite a one-day rain delay, "Trail Mix" entertained and delighted the crowds who danced and sang along. 

See "Trail Mix" web page for more photos.

On May 25, 2019, The Garth Trails Singers presented their spring concert "At Home and Abroad" , featuring songs from Canada and across the globe.

Choir members got into the spirit by dressing in cultural costumes.

While the focus was on the choir members, many individuals and ensemble performances also stood out.

A special treat was out guest artists "Mark McNeil and Friends" who entertained the crowd with folk songs from across Canada and Hamilton in particular. 

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