Shoal Sisters Bright New Fundraising Program for TIA

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by Lorraine Payette, written on July 27, 2013

(GANANOQUE, ONTARIO) What better way to start a perfect summer’s day than to go down to the Springer Theatre in Gananoque and indulge in an old fashioned shore breakfast? Jayne Curtis and her crew got out all the fixings, and the Thousand Islands Association (TIA) got its 2013 AGM going in fine style. The organization is proud to announce it has fifty new members, and is hoping for even more in the upcoming year. – to read more>


TIA Seeks Members to Help Keep Folks Off the Rocks

Thousand Islands Association

Thousand Islands Association

by Lorraine Payette, written February 23, 2013

(TLTI, ONTARIO) Anyone who does any boating in the Thousand Islands has seen the shoal markers. Wherever there is a rock, or other danger, it is clearly pointed out by one of these friendly little sentinels as it bobs in the waves, reminding people to steer clear. Most people simply assume they are another sign of our tax payer dollars at work, and would never question their existence.

But that is a big mistake. – to read more>