Episode #36 - A rock snake that rocks. Searching for restaurant staff. Senior slo pitch’s slow – and safe - return. Coby’s wellness centre is on track.
It started small – like with three rocks. And then grew. And grew some more. Nena Bovie shares how and why she started a community art installation that stretches wayyyyy long on the Rotary Trail. And registered psychotherapist and art therapist, Andy Cleghorn tells us why these creative rock snakes rock.
Senior Slo Pitch makes its return, but it required some jabs to happen. Pete Sanderson explains how his league was able to shout “Play Ball” again. The setting is perfect for a wellness centre. And Coboconk’s champions for this hub-of-health-care – and dreams – believe it’s going to happen. We take you on a tour of its future. Restaurants faced many challenges during the pandemic – and they still are. Like finding – and keeping – good staff. Julia Kirby of The Original Just for The Halibut expounds on that challenge and how she and brother Matt are meeting it for their beloved family-run Caygeon business.