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  • Robert Hopkins
    NewspaperText  Lorraine Court (Lorry), Oakville Beaver, 12 Jun 1976     Robert Hopkins

    He eulogized his friends so well, now is the time for the mentor.

    What a loss, we in Bronte and Oakville are experiencing, with the passing of Mr. Robert A. Hopkins. What an enviable, complete life, he lived, and I'm sure he would be the first ...
    NewspaperText  Lorraine Court (Lorry), Oakville Beaver, 12 Jun 1976   Robert Hopkins

    He eulogized his friends so well, now is the time for the mentor.

    What a loss, we in Bronte and Oakville are experiencing, with the passing ...
  • Tree dedication
    NewspaperText  Oakville Beaver, Oct 1974     Tree dedication

    The Bronte and Oakville Horticultural Societies will turn common ground as they plant a tree in memory of one of Oakville's most enthusiastic horticulturalists.

    The planting will take place Saturday, Oct. 20 at 10 a.m. at Maple Valley Park in tribute ...
    NewspaperText  Oakville Beaver, Oct 1974   Tree dedication

    The Bronte and Oakville Horticultural Societies will turn common ground as they plant a tree in memory of one of Oakville's most enthusiastic horticulturalists.

    The planting ...
  • George Atkins founded Farm Radio International
    NewspaperText  Wilma Blokhuis, Oakville Beaver, 9 Dec 2009     George Atkins founded Farm Radio International

    By Wilma Blokhuis SPECIAL TO THE BEAVER

    George Stuart Atkins, founder of Farm Radio International and a long-time Oakville resident, died Nov. 30 of kidney failure. He was 92.

    Born on July 1, 1917 in ...
    NewspaperText  Wilma Blokhuis, Oakville Beaver, 9 Dec 2009   George Atkins founded Farm Radio International

    By Wilma Blokhuis SPECIAL TO THE BEAVER

    George Stuart Atkins, founder of Farm Radio International and a long-time Oakville resident, died Nov. ...
  • Oakville, known for crabapples
    NewspaperText  Oakville Beaver, 7 May 1970     Oakvilles, known for crabapples

    The Bronte Horticultural Society has a project. Some cities are known for their cherry blossoms, some for their lilacs, and others for their tulips.

    The executive of the Bronte Horticultural Society would like to see Oakville become ...
    NewspaperText  Oakville Beaver, 7 May 1970   Oakvilles, known for crabapples

    The Bronte Horticultural Society has a project. Some cities are known for their cherry blossoms, some for their lilacs, and others for their tulips.

    ...
  • Flower show winners
    NewspaperText  Oakville Beaver, 28 Jun 1972     THE OAKVILLE BEAVER June 28, 1972

    Flower show winners

    Theme of the Bronte Horticultural Society's June Flower Show held last Wednesday was Songs of Hawaii.

    The show was held in Hopedale Presbyterian Church, Third Line, and Mrs. R.C. Kennedy convened ...
    NewspaperText  Oakville Beaver, 28 Jun 1972   THE OAKVILLE BEAVER June 28, 1972

    Flower show winners

    Theme of the Bronte Horticultural Society's June Flower Show held last Wednesday was Songs of Hawaii.

    The show ...
  • R.A. Hopkins Elected To O.T.F. Board Governors
    NewspaperImageText  The Bronte Bulletin (1953), 14 Jan 1956     R.A. Hopkins Elected to O.T.F. Board Governors

    Bronte Public School principal R.A. Hopkins is now a member of the Board of Governors of the Ontario Teachers' Federation.

    Mr. Hopkins was chosen during a convention of 130 Teachers of Ontario early this ...
    NewspaperImageText  The Bronte Bulletin (1953), 14 Jan 1956   R.A. Hopkins Elected to O.T.F. Board Governors

    Bronte Public School principal R.A. Hopkins is now a member of the Board of Governors of the Ontario Teachers' Federation.

    Mr. ...
  • Piece of Bronte history recorded, Oakville Beaver, 13 Dec 2000
    ImageTextNewspaper  Oakville Beaver, 20001213     ...
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  • Bronte Horticultural Society Flower Show
    NewspaperImageText  Oakville Beaver, Jun 1963     BRONTE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY held its flower show Saturday...
    NewspaperImageText  Oakville Beaver, Jun 1963   BRONTE HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY held its flower show Saturday...
  • Bronte Horticulturalists Formed Society In 1925
    NewspaperTextPublication  Daily Journal Record, 1965     FEATURING CLUBS

    Bronte Horticulturalists Formed Society in 1925

    OAKVILLE - The Bronte Horticultural Society was originally started in 1925 but apparently became inactive after a year. A continuous record has been preserved since 1940 with Clayton Rayburn as first ...
    NewspaperTextPublication  Daily Journal Record, 1965   FEATURING CLUBS

    Bronte Horticulturalists Formed Society in 1925

    OAKVILLE - The Bronte Horticultural Society was originally started in 1925 but apparently became inactive after a year. A continuous record ...
  • Planting Canada's emblem
    NewspaperTextPublication  Oakville Beaver, 25 Apr 1973     Planting Canada's emblem

    The Bronte Horticultural Society will take part in the Arbor Day celebrations next Friday by planting a 12-foot high native Red Maple at Woodside Public Library on Rebecca St.

    Prior to the planting which is expected to take place at 11 a.m., ...
    NewspaperTextPublication  Oakville Beaver, 25 Apr 1973   Planting Canada's emblem

    The Bronte Horticultural Society will take part in the Arbor Day celebrations next Friday by planting a 12-foot high native Red Maple at Woodside Public Library ...
  • Fifty years of beautifying Bronte
    NewspaperImageTextPublication  Dale Wilson, Oakville Beaver, 26 May 1976, B15     Fifty years of beautifying Bronte

    Inflation may be everywhere, but it hasn't hit the Bronte Horticultural Society.

    In 1939, 14 years after the society was founded, members paid $1 in dues. Now they pay $1.50.

    As the Bronte Horticultural Society enters its ...
    NewspaperImageTextPublication  Dale Wilson, Oakville Beaver, 26 May 1976, B15   Fifty years of beautifying Bronte

    Inflation may be everywhere, but it hasn't hit the Bronte Horticultural Society.

    In 1939, 14 years after the society was founded, members paid ...
  • Alvin Bumby Honoured at Bronte Society Meeting
    NewspaperImageTextPublication  Oakville Beaver, 12 Apr 1967     The Beaver, Wednesday, April 12, 1967

    [Photo caption] Alvin Bumby receives Ontario Horticultural Service Diploma at Bronte Horticultural Society meeting (left to right) W.J. Packman, Mrs. E.R. Measures, president, and Bumby.

    Alvin Bumby Honoured at Bronte Society ...
    NewspaperImageTextPublication  Oakville Beaver, 12 Apr 1967   The Beaver, Wednesday, April 12, 1967

    [Photo caption] Alvin Bumby receives Ontario Horticultural Service Diploma at Bronte Horticultural Society meeting (left to right) W.J. Packman, Mrs. E.R. Measures, president, ...
  • Bronte Horticultural Society 25th Annual Flower Show, Hopedale Presbyterian Church Hall
    NewspaperImageTextPublication  P.W. Thompson, Oakville Journal Record, 1963     By P.W. THOMPSON, Journal-Record Staff

    OAKVILLE - Gorgeous flowers of late summer attracted garden enthusiasts to Hopedale Presbyterian Church hall Saturday evening when the Bronte Horticultural Society held the second part of its 25th annual show. A total of 143 entries were ...
    NewspaperImageTextPublication  P.W. Thompson, Oakville Journal Record, 1963   By P.W. THOMPSON, Journal-Record Staff

    OAKVILLE - Gorgeous flowers of late summer attracted garden enthusiasts to Hopedale Presbyterian Church hall Saturday evening when the Bronte Horticultural Society held the ...
  • Ardent Horticulturalist
    NewspaperImageTextPublication  Daily Journal Record, Apr 1967     Ardent Horticulturalist

    Alvin Bumby was presented with the Horticultural Service Diploma for service to agriculture by Mrs. E.R. Measures, president of the Bronte Horticultural Society. The honor can be given to only one person each year and by each society....
    NewspaperImageTextPublication  Daily Journal Record, Apr 1967   Ardent Horticulturalist

    Alvin Bumby was presented with the Horticultural Service Diploma for service to agriculture by Mrs. E.R. Measures, president of the Bronte Horticultural Society. The honor can be ...
  • Young green thumbs
    NewspaperImageTextPublication  Oakville Beaver, 1972     Young green thumbs

    Gladys Speers Public School students Lisa McCoy (center), 9, and Sharon Whiteley, 9, get a helping hand from Sheila Butler of the Bronte Horticultural Society with their new plant project. The society donated the seeds and pots so the Grade 6 students could ...
    NewspaperImageTextPublication  Oakville Beaver, 1972   Young green thumbs

    Gladys Speers Public School students Lisa McCoy (center), 9, and Sharon Whiteley, 9, get a helping hand from Sheila Butler of the Bronte Horticultural Society with ...
  • Planning Centennial Garden
    NewspaperImageTextPublication  Oakville Beaver, 29 May 1963     [Photo Caption] SITE OF THE CENTENNIAL GARDEN being planned by Cities Service Refinery at oakville is shown in this aerial view. The refinery administrative block is shown at centre left. Special ceremonies are being planned for the start of the project, which will be completed to mark Canada's ...
    NewspaperImageTextPublication  Oakville Beaver, 29 May 1963   [Photo Caption] SITE OF THE CENTENNIAL GARDEN being planned by Cities Service Refinery at oakville is shown in this aerial view. The refinery administrative block is shown at centre left. ...
  • Trees Presented as Centennial Project
    NewspaperImageTextPublication       TREES PRESENTED AS CENTENNIAL PROJECT

    Bronte Horticultural Society presented the Woodside Public Library with a silver birch, three Austrian Pines and three Flowering Crab trees as their centennial project. Here with the children from the library a check is made on their growth. ...
    NewspaperImageTextPublication     TREES PRESENTED AS CENTENNIAL PROJECT

    Bronte Horticultural Society presented the Woodside Public Library with a silver birch, three Austrian Pines and three Flowering Crab trees as their centennial project. ...
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