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Kawartha Conservation watershed remains in level 2 low water situation

KIM COULTER, Communications Specialist Ross Memorial Hospital Foundation

KAWARTHA LAKES: When Fenelon Falls Brewing Co. launched last fall, no one expected COVID and its impact on the world and the Kawartha Lakes community. One of the founding principles of Fenelon Falls Brewing Co. is to give back to the community and the people that need support most. In response, Fenelon Falls Brewing Co. created an online fundraiser, with $2.00 from the sale of every case of 24 to be donated to the RMH Foundation’s Heroes at Heart fund, supporting COVID related equipment and technology needs at Ross Memorial Hospital. “The response was extremely positive,” said Russell Gibson, Head Brewer. “The community really embraced it. And they were so grateful when we delivered their orders. It gave them something to look forward to.” “As we pivoted the business, one of our tenets was to help our community along. We’re happy we were able to do that,” says Mathew Renda, General Manager. On August 18, the Fenelon Falls Brewing Co. donated $1,500 to the RMH Foundation. “There are so many ways businesses and organizations can play a role in patient care at the Ross,” said Erin Coons, RMH Foundation CEO. “The team at the Fenelon Falls Brewing Co. show that business owners are also community leaders.”

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