About North End Breezes
INFORMATIVE & ENTERTAINING
North End residents rely upon the
North End Breezes to help keep
them apprised of the various
organizations, local businesses,
volunteer opportunities, services
and events taking place within
the neighbourhood. It can always
be relied upon for an amusing or
inspirational anecdote, joke or
CONNECTING WITH THE COMMUNITY
North End Breezes connects with
residents by fostering a sense of
community identity and awareness
of community happenings. North
End Breezes has partnerships with
over 20 community organizations,
churches, schools, centres and
Articles written represent the opinions
of the individual participants and
organizations and do not necessarily
reflect the position of North End Breezes or its board members.
The North End Breezes is a not-for-profit team of enthusiastic volunteers who produce a monthly newsletter in order to promote community connectivity and mutual support by engaging our North End Neighbours.
The North End Breezes will be a vital resource that promotes harmony, pride and collective community action in a diverse and dynamic neighbourhood.
A HUGE THANK YOU!
We couldn’t continue to bring you the news of the North End without the support of our donors! A huge thank you to all that have contributed! If you would like to support the North End Breezes with a donation, please click here. Your support is greatly appreciated!
Distributed on the 1st of each month
4,200 NEB Newspapers produced
3,400 Distributed within the
North End boundaries
850 Distributed to area retailers,
social services agencies and clinics
Board of Directors
Chair – Paul Havercroft: Paul is the Associate Pastor at Hughson Baptist Church, and resident of The North End for 10 years, Paul enjoys being part of the community.
Treasurer – Ian McDonald: Ian McDonald, CPA is proud Hamilton resident for the past 30 years and Managing Director at SBMI. Ian believes in paying back his community through volunteer work and becoming involved.
Community Advocate – Chris Pearson: Chris is a long-time resident of the North End and can be found out and about volunteering at New Horizons and as part of the activities taking place at Welcome Inn Community Centre.
Brenda Duke: Brenda is a community advocate who has been involved in her neighbourhood of Gibson and Landsdale for several years. She brings her experience in publishing to The Breezes and has become inspired to bring the news of the North End to the North End.
Layout and Design: Katie Fitzgerald
Editorial Assistant: Kit Darling
Website and Technical Support – Marie Mushing
Circulation & Distribution: The Board, Sheri Selway, Sandra Hudson, Cameron Kroetch and Steve Osborne