Mike, Marilyn, Izayah, Mallory, Clarke, and Marcus at Lyndon Fish Pond at New Dundee for an event sponsoring Big Brothers Big Sisters of Waterloo Region. From there FB page,,,,
Today we held our Inaugural Kids Work Shop for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Waterloo Region. What a fun morning at Lyndon Fishing Pond! Lots of Littles and Bigs learning how to fish! Thanks to Chef Justin Bronson for showing everyone how to clean and fillet a rainbow trout. Plus, a cooking demonstration to teach us how to make them tasty on the BBQ. Also thanks to CKMS 102.7 FM Radio Waterloo for broadcasting live. We are happy to make this an annual event!
Lyndon Fish Pond is sponsoring an event for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Waterloo Region. Join us Saturday June 3 at 11 AM for this event as we live stream on the FM band and from our website.
Lyndon Fishing Pond is proud to be sponsoring Big Brothers Big Sisters of Waterloo Region this Saturday, June 3 from 9:30 to 12:30. Bigs and Littles will be joining us for a “Kids Workshop” to learn how to fish along with a cooking demonstration by Chef Justin Bronson. The Fishing Pond will be open to customers our regular hours of 9 am to 6 pm. Big Brothers Big Sisters is a leading child and youth mentoring charity that facilitates life-changing relationships that inspire and empower children and youth to reach their potential.
Dr. Merrin Macrae, Mark Ruesser and Charlie LaLonde were presenters at the workshop on phosphorous in Ontario agriculture. We hear the presentations by all three and the discussion from one of the breakout groups.
James Otto and Stuart Snyder are in studio today. Respectively, they are the past and present chairman of the Waterloo Region Milk Producer Committee. Check out www.milk.org for information about milk production in Ontario. Our playlist: